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Road Service Patrol

The Department of Transport (DoT) in Abu Dhabi announced the official launch of its Road Services Patrol in September, 2011, in coordination with Abu Dhabi Police 

The new Road Service Patrol, launched in coordination with Abu Dhabi Police, includes towing cars in cases of auto failure from the main road and moving them to safer locations to ensure the safety of drivers and the smooth flow of traffic. Patrols are also equipped to assist broken down vehicles and offer services such as changing tyres, identifying flat battery, jumpstarting and topping up fuel and coolant if needed, to enable vehicles to reach the closest petrol station in the vicinity.

In addition, each vehicle has a vehicle-mounted Variable Message Sign (VMS) capable of warning approaching motorists of road incidents earlier than before, as well as computerised communication with the dispatch centre and can respond to incidents more rapidly. The patrol also provides first aid to accident victims and assisting the Police and other related parties during road crashes. The service is free of charge and can be reached 24 hours a day on the toll free number 999.

. It includes towing cars in cases of auto failure from the main road and moving them to safer locations to ensure the safety of drivers and the smooth flow of traffic on the streets of Abu Dhabi. Patrols are also equipped to assist broken down vehicles and offer services such as changing tyres, identifying flat battery, jumpstarting and topping up fuel and coolant if needed, to enable vehicles to reach the closest petrol station in the vicinity.

In addition, each vehicle has a vehicle-mounted Variable Message Sign (VMS) capable of warning approaching motorists of road incidents earlier than before, as well as computerised communication with the dispatch centre and can respond to incidents more rapidly. The patrol also provides first aid to accident victims and assisting the Police and other related parties during road crashes.

The service is free of charge and can be reached 24 hours a day on the toll free number 999.

 

 








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