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EPA ‘certificate’ eyed for renewal of road-worthy license for vehicles

KUWAIT CITY, April 23: Director General of Environment Public Authority (EPA) Sheikh Abdullah Al-Ahmad revealed about a new condition for issuance of road license for vehicles which will be introduced in the beginning of 2019. In a TV interview, he affirmed that a certificate from the authority should be presented …

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Cars seized in GTD crackdown – 3 hurt in quarrel

 KUWAIT CITY, March 31: Ahmadi securitymen launched security campaigns in Wafra and Sabahiya area during which they seized six vehicles and issued 50 traffic citations. According to security sources, Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier Abdullah Safa formed two security teams based on instructions from the Acting Assistant Undersecretary of Ministry …

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70 cars seized, 50 driving licences pulled in swoop

KUWAIT CITY, March 5: Farwaniya traffic officers issued 120 traffic citations during an extended traffic campaign in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area. According to security sources, 70 violating vehicles were seized during the campaign and were referred to the seized vehicle garage. In addition, 50 driving licences and vehicle registration books were …

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Many hurt in 444 accidents

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 26: The Public Relations and Moral Guidance Department of the Ministry of Interior said a total of 444 accidents were recorded on Feb 23 and 24 this year, reports Al- Anba daily. The statement added, Friday, Feb 23 accounted for 103 accidents during which 29 injuries, 22 …

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Decision soon to prevent expats owning more cars

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 20: Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs at the Ministry of Interior Major-General Fahd Al- Shuwea said a decision will soon be issued to prevent expatriates from owning more than one vehicle. He pointed out the General Traffic Department has recently discovered that some expatriates own between 60 …

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80,000 women among 300,000 who broke red signal

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 14: The statistics issued by the General Traffic Department for 2017, show more than 300,000 people violated the red signal and that 80,000 of them were female motorists, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting informed security sources. The source added, the statistics also included 37,421direct violations — 29,010 committed …

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Study on toughening traffic penalties completed – 100 KD fine for jumping red traffic light

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 13 The General Traffic Department has completed a study for toughening penalties on grave traffic violations, reports Al- Shahed daily. The study shall be submitted to Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lt General Mahmoud Al-Dosari and then to the Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh …

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14,000 citations issued for no seat belts, using phones

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 7: The Farwaniya police organized several campaigns against violators of traffic laws following complaints that the motorists were occupying the parking places meant for the disabled people and issued 20 citations. Meanwhile, statistics issued by the General Traffic Department (GTD) show more than 21,000 traffic citations were …

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User of the vehicle must face law – Traffic Department

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 6: The General of Traffic Department, in coordination with the Information Systems Department of the Ministry of the Interior, is considering a project to record citations against the user of the car instead of the owner. A source said one of the conditions of the project is …

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Around 20,000 drivers booked for breaking traffic regulations

MANAMA, Bahrain, Jan 3: Around 20,000 drivers were booked in Kuwait over the weekend for breaking traffic rules, the interior ministry said, according to gulfnews.com Figures released by the General Directorate for Relations and Security Media showed that the campaigns conducted by the authorities also netted 650 people wanted in …

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