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In Jleeb, 32 Workshops that were Fixing Unlawfully Closed Vehicles

The General Traffic Department for Technical Affairs’ Assistant Director, Brigadier General Muhammad Al-Adwani, has reiterated the department’s steadfast dedication to pursuing traffic infractions of all kinds, especially those originating from illegal garages and workshops that break the law, according to daily reports from Al-Jarida. Unauthorized garages and foreigners fixing cars in temporary outdoor areas were the targets of a joint committee’s recent security sweep in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, a known hub for these kinds of operations.

When concerning patterns of non-compliance with requirements were detected, quick action was taken. Notably, 32 unlicensed workshops were closed down for operating illegally and performing repairs and alterations on vehicles without authorization. Al-Adwani emphasized in a recent statement the department’s commitment to stopping these unlawful practices in order to protect the safety of residents, citizens, and drivers.

Increase in Numbers
The public was reassured by Al-Adwani that coordinated government measures are being deployed to solve these challenges, as he brought attention to the concerning expansion of negative phenomena, especially in locations like Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh. Additional information on the campaign’s results was given by Major Abdullah Bu Hassan of the General Traffic Department’s Public Relations and Traffic Awareness Department. These included closing workshops that were operating without licenses, seizing vehicles, and issuing 190 traffic infractions. In addition, unauthorized eateries and grocery businesses were closed, warnings were put on abandoned cars, and inspectors from multiple government organizations arrested those breaking labor and residence regulations. In addition, investigators found pilfered electrical wires in a warehouse and arrested those responsible for the theft. These cooperative initiatives demonstrate Kuwait’s commitment to maintaining public safety and enforcing traffic laws.


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