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  • Expired Driving License Penalty for Drivers-SaudiExpatriate.com
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    Expired Driving License Penalty for Drivers

    Penalty for Drivers in Saudi Arabia with an expired driving License. The General Traffic Department in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia warns the drivers to renew their Driving License before it gets expired. Expired Driving License may lead you to pay penalty. Penalty for Expired Driving License ranges from 300 to 500 SAR (Saudi Riyals). […] More

  • Women are allowed to drive from Today-SaudiExpatriate.com
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    Women are allowed to Drive from Today – Saudi Arabia

    Today is a speical day in Saudi Arabia’s history where 24th June 2018 ends ban on women driving. Now Women in Saudi Arabia is allowed t drive from Sunday. Saudi Arabia was the only country to have females driving banned across the country, which is now lifted. Women Driving Ban Removed Women were banned since […] More

  • Saudi to allow women to Drive Vehicles from June 24th-SaudiExpatriate.com
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    Saudi to allow Women to Drive Vehicles from 24th June

    The Saudi Interior Ministry has confirmed its readiness to allow women to drive vehicles in the kingdom, starting from June 24 after decades of a ban. Assistant Minister of Interior for Operation Affairs General Saeed Al-Qahtani confirmed that all women capable of driving cars can do so, according to an Al Arabiya report on Monday. […] More

  • No More Smoking while Driving in Saudi Arabia
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    No More Smoking while Driving in Saudi Arabia

    Saudi Arabia’s Traffic Authority has stated in one of its Tweets, while replying to a user questions that Smoking is illegal while driving. The Tweet came while responding a query if Smoking is considered as a violation while driving as per the Saudi traffic Law? Saudi Arabia’s Traffic Authority considers Smoking can distract a driver […] More

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    New Highway Speed Limits on Saudi Roads

    The General Directorate for Public Security have re-determined the speed limits on highways from 2nd February 2018 onwards. These re-determination of speed limits are in plac to protect drivers and ensure safety. New Speed Limits for Light-motor vehicles can travel at maximum speed of 140 km/h while buses at 100 km/h and trucks at 80 […] More

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