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The law enforcement and even the government in Dubai turns a blind eye to about 30,000 imported sex workers for keeping the expats, tourists and nationals happy and keep business flourishing in Dubai.
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Despite feeling sometimes like you're in the middle of a Wacky Races cartoon, a brief holiday with a rental car in Armenia, India, Iran, Lebanon, Russia, or several other countries might reassure you that the UAE does have some road rules and is not quite as bad as you thought.
A federal black point system and unified List of traffic fines in UAE was implemented in 2008. Sharjah-Dubai highway but is also called Sharjah-Dubai road (official name is Al Ittihad Road) or variations on a theme.
The death toll on Dubai roads is one of the highest in the world per head of population, no doubt this is exacerbated by the prevalence of powerful expensive cars and opportunities to drive them fast.
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Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates, located within the emirate.
In the UAE, highways are mostly still called a street or a road e.g. Most fixed radars and speed cameras are set to 20 kph above the signposted speed limit, but some might be set only 10 kph above, and some apparently set 30 kph above the limit according to a report (we would not recommend relying on this report though, it sounds dubious to us). Follow taxi drivers if in doubt, they usually have a better idea of the maximum speed allowed.
Don't follow cars with low number plates or heavy window tinting, they might have enough wasta to avoid paying for speeding fines, or have enough money to view speeding fines as a sort of VIP road toll.
It doesn't help that 80% or more of Dubai is expatriate with a wide range of nationalities represented - anyone who has travelled out of their home country will immediately notice that driving standards and habits vary the world over.