Abu Dhabi Police to broadcast border entry rules on car radios

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Motorists crossing the border into Abu Dhabi will now receive alerts through their car radio, reminding them about the entry requirements.

The instructions will be broadcast in four languages (Arabic, English, Urdu and Malayalam) across 24 stations, 200 metres before the checkpoint.

The alert service reminds people about the rules such as wearing a facemask, presenting the Emirates ID card, displaying the COVID-19 test result on Al Hosn app, reducing speed and staying in the right lane, and disclosing if you recently arrived in the country.

Abu Dhabi Police said the initiative is aimed at avoiding traffic congestion and ensuring smooth passage for people.

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