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Traffic dept to carry out intensive check on two wheeler ‘Delivery boys’

Friday, December 13, 2019

Traffic dept to carry out intensive check on two wheeler ‘Delivery boys’

Traffic Department has decided to intensify check on motorcycle riders in all governorates of Kuwait, especially those who work for grocery shops and food outlets as ‘delivery boys’.

According to local report, the GTD has admitted that campaigns against “delivery drivers” have increased especially those who violate the laws, such as not wearing the helmet while driving.

The report also said it has also come to the notice of the security authorities that a majority of these drivers do not hold licence in which case their vehicles are impounded and the driver referred to the concerned authorities.

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abraham saji
Monday, December 16, 2019
Indian vehicles are not cheap like Chinese but the rider may be?

AYUB KHAN
Sunday, December 15, 2019
its a disaster now, cheap Indian vehicle are all over the roads in Kuwait (bike , trucks & buses) , if the authorities doesn''t stop such a unsafe vehicles, Kuwait will be in danger traffic issues.

jeev
Sunday, December 15, 2019
These guys are very dangerous to the roads.I met with an accident ,because of these people. At least ,should banned the delivery bikes from Express way.

IRFAN PATHAN
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Yes Mr. Zameer, you are right and also pedestrians should take care while walking on the road as they too dont care for any car and assume that car will slow down because they are walking with a coffee glass in the hand.

Sr
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Check the box what they are carry

balvinder singh
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Gud move

Zameer
Friday, December 13, 2019
They drive rash, on the mobile while on the road and many of them dont care about the signals. It''s high time that they are disciplined.

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