In Abu Dhabi, UAE.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – Motorists who tamper with their vehicle number plate will face public prosecution and a fine of Dh50,000, the Abu Dhabi Police warned.
The vehicle will be impounded until the fine is paid, according to police. A vehicle that is left unclaimed within three months will be auctioned off.
In a recent tweet, Abu Dhabi Police said it is illegal to drive a vehicle with fake, obscured or tampered plate numbers.
It also includes “making any changes or using them in a way that is inconsistent with the legislation in force and with the knowledge of the driver”. ICA/Expat Media
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