Footage of reckless driving endangering the lives of a busload of children has been released by Abu Dhabi Police.
The new model features higher payload capabilities, dynamic and predictive gear selection, efficient fuel consumption, and telematics machine monitoring systems such as CareTrack and MATRIS.
The two female guests who were killed in the accident were among three stuck by the car. The third, a male passenger, suffered serious injuries and is being treated in Oman, according to police reports.
Optimised transport systems can contribute to realising UAE sustainability goals, says Scania
Al Masaood, the authorized distributor of Nissan in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and the Western Region, will supply a fleet of over 300 Nissan vehicles.
The road will link the Sheikh Khalifa and E99 roads with the first phases of the Khor Fakkan western road.
Quiqup, the UK-based last mile operator that recently established operations in Dubai, says that the UAE logistics sector needs to embrace crowd-sourcing to make final mile fulfilment work.
Designed for optimum security in fleets; the FMS Eagle Eye camera system is a four-channel digital video recorder for in-car surveillance.
The online retailer has already developed proprietary technology that allows it to collect and deliver shipments more easily, and will soon be hiring more Saudi Arabian nationals for its last mile operations.
Roads and Transport Authority says it has embarked on phase 4 of the Driverless Vehicles Project on a track extending 1,250 metres in Dubailand
The Department of Transport in Abu Dhabi removed the buffer in an effort to standardise official speed limits, improve road safety and clear up long-standing confusion over just how fast motorists are permitted to travel.
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