Motorbikes, bicycles and e-scooters were confiscated in a Sharjah Police sweep.


Sharjah police seize e-scooters, bicycles and motorbikes


DUBAI – Sharjah Police has seized nearly 2,000 e-scooters, bicycles and motorbikes as part of a road safety campaign in the emirate.

A total of 181 electric scooters, 1,290 bicycles and 392 motorcycles were confiscated after riders were found violating traffic rules.

Police said the owners of the confiscated vehicles were found driving in undesignated areas, or were not wearing protective gear.

The seizures were made from January to March this year.

“Legal action has been taken against offenders for different [breaches] including driving unlicensed bikes and flouting traffic rules,” said Lt. Col. Mohammad Al Naqbi, director of the traffic and patrols department at Sharjah Police.

Al Naqbi urged motorists to abide by traffic rules. ICA/Expat Media

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