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شہریت کی تصدیق کیے بغیر تارکین وطن کو قبول نہیں کریں گے

پاکستان کا کہنا ہے کہ حکومت تارکینِ وطن کے معاملے پر یورپی یونین کے ساتھ معاہدے کے حق میں ہے لیکن بے دخل کیے گئے کسی بھی شخص کو بغیر تصدیق کے قبول نہیں کیا جائے۔ اتوار کو اسلام آباد میں پریس کانفرنس میں کہا کہ یونان سے ڈی پورٹ ہونے والے ان ہی پاکستانیوں کو جہاز سے اترنے کی اجازت دی گئی جن کے پاس پاکستانی شہریت سے متعلق دستاویزات تھیں۔

Monday, July 10, 2017

Some Interesting Facts about Pakistan

Fact # 1:
Karakoram Highway which is being made as the connecting road between Pakistan and China is considered as the 8th wonder of the world. This is because it is the highest paved road connection to international countries together in the entire world.
Photo: Internet (Karakoram Highway Pakistan) 
Fact # 2:
Second Interesting Facts About Pakistan History is it is one of the leading countries which is included on the top of the list when it comes to having the oldest civilization in the history of the world. In the international report Pakistan is being ranked as the 6th largest nation in their entire world which does have one of the oldest civilizations in the world. The place in Pakistan including Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa are the living examples of this record.

Photo: Internet (Mohenjo-Daro)
Fact # 3:
Pakistan is being known as the Agro based and cultivating oriented country in which the economy and the annual GDP is highly relying on the agriculture, and in that regard Pakistan has touched a lot of modernization in this field and that is because Pakistan is included in the countries having the best irrigation system, as Pakistan is leading the table in this regard.

Photo: Internet (Wheat Field in Pakistan)
Fact # 4:
Polo is one of the most renowned games in Pakistan especially in the Northern areas including Chitral, Gilgit, Skardu and Swat. The interesting fact is that Pakistan owns the highest polo ground in regard with the sea level is in Pakistan where the Shandur polo festival is being organized annually.

Photo: Internet (Shandur Polo Festival)
Fact # 5:
Gwadar which is a very popular sea port in Pakistan carries immense importance and significance in the international world as Gwadar Port is the largest deep sea port in the entire world today.

Photo: Internet (Gwadar Port)
Fact # 6:
When it comes of having the best mountainous ranges in the world, again Pakistan is amongst the top in the list. As on a record and geographical authentication, Pakistan us currently holding four out of the fourteen highest and longest peaks in the world today. K2 which is being located in the Karakorum Range is being considered as the second highest peak in the world after Mount Everest.

Photo: Internet (Mountains in Pakistan)
Fact # 7:
Khewra Salt mine which is one of the most entertaining and pleasurable tourist spot in Pakistan is considered to be the second largest Salt range and Salt mine in the entire world.

Photo: Internet (Salt Mine in Pakistan)

Lets Visit Pakistan Because; Why not ?

UAE Traffic Laws are Updated Since July 1st and Here is How

Here's a comprehensive list of traffic violations and fines that these will attract following the new law that came into effect in the UAE on July 1

Violation Fine Black Points Vehicle confiscated / Days
1Driving under the influence of alcoholMaximum fine of Dh20,000 or Jail 2360
2Driving under the influence of drugs or similar  substances. Decided  by court License to be suspended for 1 year from the date of punishment completion60
3Driving a vehicle without number plates. Dh30002390
4Driving a heavy vehicle in a way that endangers his or other people’s lives, harms public or private properties, jumping the red light, causing his or another vehicle to overturnDh3000License to be suspended for 1 year 
5Heavy vehicle not abiding by lane discipline. Dh150012
6Driving a heavy vehicle that does not comply with safety and security conditions. Dh20006
7Loading a heavy vehicle in a way that may cause danger to others or to the road. Dh20006
8Entering road dangerously. Dh6006
9Causing death of others. Decided  by court 2360
10Not stopping after causing an accident that resulted in injuries with a light vehicle.Dh50087
11Not stopping after causing an accident that resulted in injuries with a heavy vehicle.Dh100016
12Failure for light vehicle  to stop after causing an accident Dh50087
13Failure for heavy vehicle  to stop after causing an accident Dh100016
15Exceeding maximum speed limit by more than 80kph for light vehiclesDh30002360
14Exceeding maximum speed limit by more than 60kph. Dh20001230
25Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 60kph. Dh1500615
26Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 50kph. Dh1000  
29Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 40kph. Dh700  
31Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 30kph. Dh600  
37Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 20kph. Dh300  
17Driving in a way that endangers peopleDh20002360
18Jumping a red light for light vehicles Dh10001230
19Jumping a red light for motor bikesDh800430
20Running away from a traffic policeman in a light vehicleDh8001230
21Running away from a traffic policeman in a heavy vehiclesDh100016
22Dangerous overtaking by heavy vehicles where it's prohibitedDh30001 year
23Causing a car to overturn by heavy vehiclesDh30001 year license suspension
24Causing serious injuries. Decided  by court 2330
27Overtaking on the hard shoulder. Dh10006
28Overtaking from a prohibited place. Dh600
30Parking in fire hydrant places, spaces allocated for people with special needs and ambulance parking. Dh10006
32Driving against traffic. Dh6004
33Allowing children under 10 years old or shorter 145cm to sit in the front seat of a vehicle. Dh400
34Failure to fasten seat belt while driving for all passengers.Dh4004
35Failure to leave a safe distance. Dh4004
36Failure to follow the directions of the policeman. Dh4004
38Entering a road without ensuring that it is clear. Dh4004
39Exceeding permitted level of car window tinting. Dh1500  
40Not giving way to emergency, police and public service vehicles or official convoys. Dh10006
41Driving a noisy vehicle. Dh20006
42Allowing others to drive a vehicle for which they are unlicensed. Dh500  7
43Overload or protruding load from a heavy vehicle without permission. Dh300012
44Driving a vehicle that causes pollution. Dh10006
45Stopping on the road for no reason. Dh10006
46Stopping on a yellow box. Dh500  
47Not giving pedestrians way on  pedestrian crossings. Dh5006
48Failure to abide by traffic signs and directions. Dh500  
49Throwing waste from vehicles onto roads. Dh10006
50Stopping vehicle on the left side of the road in prohibited places. Dh1000  
51Stopping vehicle on pedestrian crossing. Dh500  
52Teaching driving in a training vehicle that does not bear a learning sign. Dh500  
53Teaching driving in a non training vehicle without  permission from licensing authority. Dh500  
54Placing marks on the road that may damage the road or block traffic. Dh500  
55Operating industrial, construction and mechanical vehicles and  tractors  without permission Dh500  7
56Modifying vehicle’s engine without permission. Dh10001230
57Changing vehicle’s color without permission. Dh800  
59Driving with a driving license issued by a foreign country except  in permitted cases. Dh400  
61Parking behind vehicles and blocking their movement. Dh500  
62Towing a vehicle or a boat with an unprepared vehicle. Dh1000  
64No lights on the back or sides of trailer container. Dh4002
65Lights on the back or sides of container not working. Dh4006
66Taxis, which have designated pickup areas, stopping in undesignated places. Dh5004
67Prohibited entry of heavy vehicles Dh10004
68Blocking trafficDh1000  6
69Vehicle unfit for driving. Dh500  7
70Driving a light vehicle that does not comply with safety and  security conditions. Dh200  7
71Not lifting exhaust of trucks. Dh1500  
72Not covering loads of trucks. Dh3000  
74Heavy vehicle prohibited entry. Dh10004
75Violating loading or unloading regulations in parking. Dh10004
76Carrying and transporting passengers illegally. Dh30002430
77Writing phrases or placing stickers on vehicle without permission. Dh500  
78Not taking road safety measures during vehicle breakdownsDh500  
79U turn from undesignated areas of incorrectlyDh5004
80Loading a light vehicle in a way that may pose a danger to others  or to the road. Dh5004
81Stopping vehicle without keeping the distance specified by the law from a curve or junction. Dh500  
82Transporting passengers by vehicle undesignated for this purpose. Dh10004
83Sudden swerve. Dh10004
84Driving on lanes meant for buses or taxisDh400
85Driving a taxi without required license. Dh2004
86Carrying passengers in driving training vehicle. Dh2004
87Driving a taxi with an expired warranty. Dh200  
88Reversing dangerously. Dh4004
89Taxi refusing to carry passengers. Dh2004
90Parking illegallyDh500
91Parking in loading and offloading areas Dh200  
92Parking on the left hand shoulder of road in prohibited areasDh1000  
93Parking without securing the carDh500
94Using multi-coloured lights. Dh200  
95Not wearing helmet while driving motorbike. Dh5004
96Exceeding passenger limit. Dh50047
97Expired tyresDh50047
98Driving with an expired registrationDh50047 (if registration expired more than 3 months ago)
99Driving unlicensed vehicle. Dh5 00  
100Violation of laws of using commercial number plates. Dh500  7
101Light vehicle dropping or spilling loadDh500
103Driving with one number plate or faded numbers on plate Dh400
104Driving at night or in foggy weather without lights. Dh5004
106Not fixing reflective stickers at the back of trucks and heavy vehicles. Dh500  
107Not using indicators when changing direction or turning. Dh400
108Not giving way for vehicles to pass on the left. Dh400  
113Overtaking dangerouslyDh6006
114Driving an unlicensed vehicle. Dh50047
119Parking vehicles on pavement. Dh400
129Driving below minimum speed limit. Dh400  
131Using hand-held mobile phone while driving or being distracted in any wayDh8004
138Using horn in a disturbing way. Dh4004
140 Failure to hand over a driving license when the maximum black points are accrued in the first traffic violationDh1000
141 Failure to hand over a driving license when the maximum black points are accrued in the second traffic violationDh2000
142Failure to hand over a driving license when the maximum black points are accrued in the third traffic violation Dh3000
143Failure to pick up confiscated car once the confiscation period is over Dh50 a day maximum of Dh3000
144 Failure to pick up confiscated heavy vehicle once the confiscation period is over Dh100 a day, maximumDh3000
145Overloading a light vehicle Dh5004
146Driving school vehicles in times and areas that are prohibited Dh400
147Teaching someone to drive in a car that is not labelled as learning vehicle, or teaching without a license Dh500
148Not presenting a learner's permitDh300
149Broken or absence of back or sidelights on the tow truckDh5004
150Participating in a motorcade without a permit Dh500415
151Pedestrian’s failure to abide by signals, or crossing from undesignated areas Dh400
152School bus driver failing to activate the stop sign or abide by traffic instructions Dh5006
153Driver failing to stop when the bus drivers activates the stop sign. Dh100010
154Using a leisure bike with three or more wheels Dh3,00090
155Transporting inflammable ale or dangerous materials without permission Dh3,0002460
156Failure to take safety precautions when the car breaks downDh500
157Failure to get the car technically tested after any major engine or chassis modifications Dh400
158Broken Car lights Dh4006
159Disregarding policeman’s instructionsDh4004
160Failure to fix child seats for children under 4 years Dh400
161Failure to give priority to emergency , police and protocol vehicles  Dh10006
162Stopping at Zebra crossingsDh500
163Stopping vehicles and road turns Dh500
164Parking in a way without securing the carDh500
165Parking on pavements Dh400
166Writing or posting on the vehicle without a permit Dh500
167Failure to abide by traffic signs Dh500
168Littering from vehicle windows while driving  Dh10006
169Rubber neck and crowds at the scenes of traffic accident Dh1000
170Driving a heavy vehicle dangerously in a way that endangers his or other people’s livesDh3,000License to be suspended for one year
171Driving a heavy vehicle in a way that harms public or private propertiesDh3,000License to be suspended for one year
172Heavy vehicle jumping the red lightDh3,000License to be suspended for one year
173Heavy vehicle causing his or another vehicle to overturnDh3,000License to be suspended for one year
174Driving industrial, construction and mechanical equipment without a licenseDh1,500
175Heavy vehicle overtaking in areas where it is prohibitedDh3,000License to be suspended for one year
176Driving a heavy vehicle that does not abide by safety standardsDh2,0006
177A driving an uninsured vehicleDh50047
178Driving a vehicle on a different license for a different type of vehicleDh40012
179Driving a vehicle that does not abide by safety standardsDh500
180Driving a vehicle that is unfit for drivingDh500
181Driving a vehicle at below the minimum speed set for the road (if any)Dh400

Saturday, April 8, 2017

How bankrupt is Pakistan economy?

Just recently went past two news items; one was on a renowned international newspaper where the author discussed how Pakistan was beginning to turn around. He shared his experience how during his trip from Islamabad to Lahore he had seen huge infrastructure being built, witnessed heavy machinery alongside the roads, thousands of workers working on these projects worth billions of rupees. Second story was shared on a micro blogging website Twitter by an Indian journalist who visited Lahore for a few days to attend a conference. As soon as she touched the Indian soil, she tweeted she wished that one of our (Indian) rulers could build a city like Lahore. She just wished to have such wonderful infrastructure in one of the Indian cities.
I just got stunned by these stories, in fact whole international press, donor and rating agencies are sharing good stories regarding Pakistan economy. Read Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The Economist, New York Times, Khaleej Times, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, IMF, JETRO, Standard & Poor (improved Pakistan Rating), MISC’s thinking about bringing Pakistan stock market among emerging economies, Moody’s etc. But unfortunately when you tune in to Pakistani TV channels, it feels that all hell has already broken loose and we are about to vanish from the face of the earth.
Now let’s find out what exactly is happening. Are we really going to go bankrupt soon or there is a light at the end of the tunnel?
Three years back, when this government took over, Pakistan’s foreign reserves were hovering around 3 billion dollars, international institutions were predicting a default, Pakistan was suffering from worst ever power crisis (industry faced long hours outages in Punjab while domestic consumers faced 16-18 hours of power breakdowns), fiscal deficit was 8-8.5%, public entities were draining hundreds of billions yearly, gas shortages were holding back the industry across the country but Punjab industry faced worst, hardly any growth in revenue, Karachi was handed over to target-killers, bhatta mafia and criminal gangs, while terrorism wave across the country shook Pakistan to its core. Thousands lost their lives in terror incidents. Government machinery was marred by corruption charges, every second minister was a regular visitor of courts on corruption charges, and ministers got jailed in corruption scams, looted money found in their bank accounts while one PM was disqualified.
It was important to waste one paragraph on history as we in Pakistan have short memories and few of us live on very few brain cells. First thing first; three years into the government and not a single mega corruption scam surfaced despite repeated stories built in media by anchors of mega corruption. I will give 2 examples here:
1) LNG deal was made controversial, corruption worth hundreds of billions of rupees was found even before the deal was signed, when not even a single LNG cargo had anchored on our ports. Guess what happened. This government inked a historic deal, one of the cheapest deals even made in LNG sector In the entire world.
2) NandiPur was made controversial despite knowing well that this government had nothing to do with the deal signed with the Chinese company. Some even claimed to have exposed corruption worth Rs 100-150 billion in a project worth Rs 58 billion. Government went ahead with independent audit and then the whole media went quiet, no one bothered to rectify their blunder.
Load shedding came down from 16-18 hours to just 6-8 hours, industrial feeders declared load shedding free across Pakistan, after years of industry getting uninterrupted gas supplies after landmark LNG deal made by this government. As I told you, we, as a nation, suffer from short-term memory loss. Previous two governments failed to seal the deal as corruption charges surrounded it, but this LNG deal will prove our lifeline in the years to come. During the last 15 years, not a single energy project was initiated by Musharraf or Asif Ali Zardari. The country continued to suffer heavy losses, almost 1% of GDP every year due to this power crisis but nothing was done except expensive rental power plant deals. As we speak, Pakistan energy sector is going through a revolution. Through a range of energy projects launched under CPEC, Pakistan will finally get rid of these power outages by the end of 2018, a total of 10-12k MW energy projects shall be commissioned by the end of 2018 and work on many other projects will start that will finish during next decade.
When this government came into power, fiscal deficit, which is considered backbone of any economy, was hovering around 8-8.5%, now it has come down to 5% this fiscal year. Pakistan’s Tax-to-GDP ratio is lowest in the world yet during the last three years, major headway were made and this year Pakistan will successfully gather 3100+ billion rupees as tax. It is 20% increase in this fiscal year alone while in first two years, revenue increased by 30-31%. Tax-to-GDP will cross 10% this year. Pakistan’s reserves are touching 21 billion dollars and the stock market has been declared one of the best performing markets.
FDI is finally improving as well. This year, almost 15.7% jump was witnessed almost reaching 1 billion dollar in first eight months of this fiscal year, and may witness significant jump in coming months/years as projects under CPEC are going on at full speed. Agricultural credit is touching all time high, local investment after years is showing healthy growth due to all-time low interest rates, inflation hovering around at acceptable levels of 3 to 4 percent (hope you all remember it was around 10% in PPP era). Yes, worrying sign is the continuously falling exports but, then again, exports are continuously falling for the last 6 months in India too. But FDI is improving dramatically, even surpassing China, and their GDP is touching 7% that is fastest in the world while Pakistan’s GDP touched 4.8% that is eighth fastest in the world, and is all set to touch 5% at the end of this fiscal year because Large Scale Manufacturing is also putting up some strong numbers. Hope you all remember the negative growth rate in PPP’s 5-year tenure. Remittances are showing continuous growth despite global slowing down of oil prices and low inflation numbers, this year again shows 4.4% growth, crossing 20 billion dollars.
Apart from not declaring our sitting PM a RAW agent, there is a lot more that we can learn from our neighboring country. How Modi gets welcomed across the globe despite a poor reputation among middle classes due to Gujarat massacre? How Indians stand behind their PM when he visits abroad? How Indian media, immigrants, locals carry the shining India slogan? If my memory serves me right, in 1999 Indians faced the same economic challenges, were in miserable condition post nuclear blast sanctions. Pakistan faced a military coup and India faced the challenges with democracy. Now India is a 2.1 trillion dollar economy while Pakistan is 285 billion dollar economy, of which 50 billion dollar increase came during the last three years. Pakistan is turning around. Hope we all realize it and start accepting it and start contributing in its growth.
Pakistan’s reserves are 23 billion dollars as of Today 03–10–2016
Pakistan has been ranked 52nd, ahead of India (60th), among 79 developing economies in the Inclusive Development Index, according to a World Economic Forum (WEF) report.
WEF’s ‘Inclusive Growth and Development Report 2017’, released in Davos, Switzerland on Monday, said that most countries were missing important opportunities to raise economic growth and reduce inequality at the same time because the growth model and measurement tools that have guided policy-makers for decades required significant readjustment.
India has been ranked 60th, below neighbouring China and Pakistan, according to the WEF report, carried by The Asian Age, an Indian newspaper.
Various Indian journals including The Hindu, Indian Express, Deccan Herald, Punjab Times and others carried the report, highlighting that India ranked below China and Pakistan in the Inclusive Development Index.
The Inclusive Development Index (IDI) is based on 12 performance indicators. In order to provide the complete measure of economic development than GDP growth alone, the index has three pillars—Growth and Development, Inclusion and Intergenerational Equity, and Sustainability.
Lithuania tops the list of 79 developing economies that also features Azerbaijan and Hungary at second and third positions, respectively. While India is placed at the 60th spot, many of the neighbouring nations are ahead in the rankings.
China is ranked at the 15th position, Nepal (27th), Bangladesh (36th) and Pakistan (52nd). Two BRIC nations, Russia and Brazil, are at 13th and 30th places, respectively. Others in the top ten are Poland (4th), Romania (5th), Uruguay (6th), Latvia (7th), Panama (8th), Costa Rica (9th) and Chile (10th).

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Driving License In Abu Dhabi UAE

Much Asked Question for the Driver licence is how to get one, When i searched internet not much information is available on the topic,mostly are about Dubai ,so i decided to put some lines to make it easily understandable for people of Abu Dhabi

I got My Driving Licence in 3 months in First Test,So this can be the case with you too, Inshallah

Opening The File:

Before you go to EDC (Emirates Driving Company) in Mussafah Make sure following documents are ready
  1. Passport Copy
  2. Visa Copy
  3. Emirates ID card Copies
  4. NOC from your Employer 
  5. Keep 8 Photos
  6. 1000AED cash and some coins for photocopy machines
Take your documents with you early morning to Mussafah EDC and go to Traffic file opening  building (The Building Where lots of Private training cars are parked out side the gate) ,ask from any guard they will guide you to right direction,go to first floor and on right side there is one counter they will check your documents and issue one token for eye test, Wait near the eyesight test room on your number pay 25 AED to the person and get a certificate and a token for next procedure, Take this token and go to waiting room once your token number is called/Shown on screens go to appropriate counter,their they will take your photo and after checking all the documents again your file will be opened with traffic section after paying the fee,they will issue you an appointment sheet,keep this with you and proceed to EDC training building Next building behind the costumer parking. (Again Asking the Guards is a good Idea)

Booking Theory Classes:

In EDC training building you will need to go to first counter to take your booking token and wait (this can be very long sometime more than 4 hours) on your turn go to counter book the theory classes fee is approximately 850 AED. Ask them to give you suitable time evenings or morning they will accommodate you as per your needs and the available seats in classes.they will issue a Theory book and theory classes schedule sheet

Theory Classes:

Theory classes are conducted on first floor of same building and guard can guide you the way,make sure you reach the school 10 minutes in advance as the school is very strict on timings,on completion of theory classes you need to book theory test

Theory Test:

Book the Theory test from the same front desk and mostly you will get it after a few days,come on time on same first floor,the test will be mostly on 35 questions and very easy one,just read whole book at least once before you come to theory test,I passed with 35 marks out of 35 questions,after the test they will give you result in 45 minutes on the same floor,now if you have already your home country license (Must be a Card,not a book)  you can go for direct road test booking,and like me if you don't have any , then opt for PEP test,book this test only if you have prior experience but not the license in any country,this test will cost you some 65 AED,this will be booked from the same front desk.make sure all the bookings which require payment should be done before 5 PM as they close the cash register on 5 PM.

PEP Test:

PEP test is taken by EDC (Emirates Driving Company) Instructor in Parking Training Yard 2,which is near to central building, come 10 minutes early at least,go behind the booking counter a guard will guide you to transfer bus,the bus driver will stop at parking 2 and ask you to go to the office in yard,two instructors will sit with you and ask you drive as you know in the yard,don't touch any line,don't overtake,don't go very close to next vehicle, practice U-Turn on low width roads before you come for test,then based on your performance they will suggest how much practical training you require,if they give you AREA-2 you will pay 2350 AED approx and you have to book the Yard training from the same booking counter before 5 PM,very long wait is expected, so come early on working days, Friday is off, Yard is very busy so you may end up getting a booking after 3 months and there is nothing you can do to speed it up,

Practical Yard Training:

From Area 1 to Area 5 you will learn basics of parking,turning in short radius and how to cross junctions,roundabouts,signals with an instructor siting beside you all the time

Once the AREA 5 is completed your tower training will start from tower 2 to tower where you will repeat all the Area lesson but by your own,alone in the car,instructor will instruct you by wireless sets if they see anything wrong,be careful learn as much you can especially parking and leaving the parking is very important,don't drive to close or too fast although the driving speed is controlled,there will be a parking refresh class after Tower 5, Please note be careful if you make many mistakes or deadly one instructor will recommend you to go back to Area 1-5 again to train more with instructor in the car, which means more money and more time

Parking Test:

After Tower 5 and Parking refresh class you can book your Parking test or Yard test both are same,you can book this any time even in evening,come 10 minutes early test is taken in the same area where PEP test is taken Parking 2,their will be two chances for each type of parking I cleared in first try,if you follow the parking tips this both parallel or 90 degree (Bay parking) is very easy,after passing the parking test instructor will give you practical training passing certificate,which you can use to book a road test.

Road Test:

Before going to road test booking get a road training contract from any one of the instructors available on outside of the EDC,I prefered Mr Farman Sarwar 0529699046, he is very experienced and has a first try passing rate of 95% of his students,he will not give you useless lectures just ask you to drive and he will observe you very carefully and guide you all the way,call him and ask him to make a contract for you ,He will charge 50 AED,take this contract with EDC certificate attached to it to same building where you opened your File in first place,now instead of going to first floor go to same ground floor customer service counter a policeman will issue you a token and wait,on your turn take everything to the counter and they will book you road test and give you your training licence,keep this all the time during you road training,for first timer i suggest to take at least 10 classes from Mr Farman,he will make you perfect,and then have good sleep in prior night of test and pray in the morning,dress well,wear close shoes,look professional and greet the inspectors,i will write more once my test is done,wish you very good luck

Final Road Test:

The Day is here we talk much about, you need to go to Same building where you booked your test,go to counter they will assign you the bus you need to sit in,go out in the parking and pay around 25 AED to get a ticket for that bus ,lots of buses will be waiting for students came for tests, the number of buss will be written on your receipt sit in there, once all buses are full, the police inspectors will come with a list in hand they will call names one by one and confirm if you are present for the test, if your name is not called go out and ask any inspector about your name,they are very nice people and will help you to find correct bus, first student will take the test car one inspector in front and other in back seat will be the seating, pull out the car the bus will follow with remaining applicants, Drive very carefully keep your eyes scanning the area in front of you and on the back with the help of mirrors, inspectors may ask you to change lane,make a U-Turn or pull over for emergency,no matter what dont go above 60 if you are in Mussaffah Area, beware of heavy truck they usually dont care about you stay away from them their mistake can put your test results in danger, You will surprisingly find the inspectors very nice,gentle and kind,if they think you are good they can normally ignore small mistakes so dont panic if you made a mistake,dont make major but small is OK they will note how confidently you controlled the situation after making mistake. after two or three minutes driving the inspector will ask you to pull over,look mirrors,shoulder and everything you learned and select a safe place to pull over, use of indicators is very important as you are being tested for these, be confident not over confident as you will look irresponsible,

I wish you Good luck,Just remember inspectors are not there to Fail you,they are very qualified for their jobs, so dont pay anyone anything, everything is on merit. dont get fooled by thugs outside of school,if you think you are not confident for the test take more classes on Musafah roads with instructor, practice makes you perfect,extra one hundred paid to training instructor can save you thousands in case you fail the test just because you did not train well

Wish You Good Luck

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