Abu Dhabi families are allowed to travel in the same car without fines

Three-person limit doesn’t affect first-degree relatives

Abu Dhabi families are allowed to travel in the same car without fines

Abu Dhabi Police has confirmed that members of the same family are permitted to travel in the same car without limits on numbers.

For non-family member a limit of three people per vehicle is in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

In addition, the Integrated Transport Centre has announced that only two people are permitted to ride in the back of a taxi.

First-degree relatives are permitted to travel together in one vehicle and are not limit to a three person maximum, as reported in sister site Arabian Business.

For non-family members a limit of three-people per vehicle is in place with fines of Dhs1,000 in place for offenders.

The full list of fines and penalties can be seen here.

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