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Speed radar monitors bike at 278 km/h
By a Staff Reporter November 23, 2017
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SHARJAH: As part of the Ministry of Interior’s strategy to control road security, the speed radar monitored a motorbike at running at a very high speed reaching 278 km/h speeds on a highway in Sharjah.

Maj. Mohammed Al Shehhi, head of Traffic Investigation and Traffic Control Department at Sharjah Police, reiterated efforts of the police to reduce the danger practices posed by some highway users, especially the reckless driving through speed control devices to ensure the safety for all.

The speed limits are determined on different roads through comprehensive studies of the track in terms of the number and density of vehicles and their types, whether light or heavy, to achieve the best levels of traffic safety on the roads.

He urged all road users called to enhance the traffic culture, adhere to the specified speeds on the roads, abide by the rules and regulations of traffic, and to be careful while driving, to protect themselves and others from traffic accidents.
 

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