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Motorists have also been urged to monitor weather forecasts.


Abu Dhabi Police on Thursday issued an advisory for the motorists, as thick fog covered many parts of the country on Monday morning, bringing visibility to less than 1,000 metres.

The National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) issued a fog alert today morning and Abu Dhabi Police urged motorists to drive carefully and temporarily adjusted the speed limit to 80kmph.

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|   عودة السرعات على طريق (أبوظبي- دبي) و طريق (أبوظبي-الغويفات)  إلى السرعات المحددة مع تمنياتنا لكم بالسلامة.

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Speed limits on  ( Abu Dhabi - Dubai ) and ( Abu Dhabi - Al Ghwaifat ) Roads are back to normal.

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تم تفعيل منظومة خفض السرعات إلى 80 كم على طريق (أبوظبي- دبي) و طريق (أبوظبي-الغويفات) |

Speed reduction system activated to 80 Km/h on , ( Abu Dhabi - Dubai ) and ( Abu Dhabi - Al Ghwaifat ) Roads

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Meanwhile, police reduced speed limit on Abu Dhabi - Dubai and Abu Dhabi - Al Ghwaifat roads, as long as weather conditions remained unstable.

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| ترجو من الإخوة السائقين توخي الحذر بسبب انخفاض الرؤية الأفقية أثناء تشكل وتدعوهم للالتزام بالسرعة المتغيرة الموضحة على الشواخص واللوحات الارشادية الالكترونية مع تمنياتنا لكم بالسلامة

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call on motorists to exercise caution due to reduced visibility during the .
They are urged to follow changing speed limits displayed on electronic information boards.
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The police asked motorists to follow its messages sent via social media, which will help them stay updated on new alerts and prepare for hazardous weather conditions. Motorists have also been urged to monitor weather forecasts.

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