Posted by : Aahil Shaik Monday, August 10, 2020
Traffic department clarifies the regulations of accompanying Children in Vehicles
The Traffic department in Saudi Arabia has reminded of the regulations for taking children in vehicles, To ensure their safety. Most Viewed : Forced labor, beggary leads in 10 years imprisonment and 1 million riyals fine
In response to a question about the extent to which the violation has been proven if the child is in the front seat, the Saudi Traffic account said that children must be placed in the seats designated for them.
- Children cannot be placed with the companion in the front seat in order to preserve their safety. An escort requires that the passenger can use the back seat next to the child after he is placed in the designated seat. Read : Jabal Al Qara, The Land of Civilization in Al Ahsa
- A fine of 150 SR to 300 SR applies on anyone who drives a vehicle with a child on his lap. The children below 10 years of age are strictly prohibited from sitting in the front seat of the vehicle.
- According a recent survey conducted by INFINITI Middle East, A large number of people in the Kingdom do not have legal requirements for using child seat belts, the survey highlights the impact of parents on- road behavior on children. See Also : Crimes while driving that may lead you to 4 year jail terms and 200,000 riyals fine
- Saudi Arabia has adopted a new traffic system, under which their is a penalty for not having car seat for children may lead you to fine between 300 SR to 500 SR.