On Sunday, June 16, authorities are urging motorists not to send Eid greetings while driving. The Abu Dhabi police, in a social media post, advised drivers to adhere to traffic regulations and avoid using their mobile phones to ensure safety for themselves and others. The penalty for reckless, distracted driving is set at Dh800 and includes 4 traffic points. Earlier, the Dubai Police also reminded drivers not to obstruct roads with their vehicles during the commencement of Eid Al Adha festivities. In a similar social media post, the authorities encouraged drivers to be aware of their environment and considerate towards others. Eid Al Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, is a significant Islamic festival celebrated annually in honor of Prophet Ibrahim's test of faith.