Car owners have called for activating the notification services for any traffic violation throughout the country, via emails and SMS messages on phones, in order to give drivers the space to pay attention, correct any traffic errors, and avoid repeat violations.
Readers note that outlets sell school bags at exaggerated prices, ranging between 300 and 600 dirhams per bag, pointing out that these prices increase the financial burden on families at the beginning of the school season, especially since many of them are damaged within a few months of use.
Readers reported that some utility bill payment machines in malls, and some bank deposit machines, still do not accept new coins when depositing or paying, calling for an amendment of the systems of these machines to suit the wide spread of new currencies.
Parents of students in private schools complained about what they described as the “significant rise” in the prices of textbooks, which in some stages exceed 1500 dirhams per student, calling on the competent authorities to intervene to set ceilings for the prices of books, as it has become a burden on their budgets.
Students in Ajman commended the continuation of the Al Tomooh Health Care Center in the Al Jarf region, its initiative to conduct a free “Covid-19” (BCR) examination for school students, which greatly relieves the families of these students.
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