Transport In The United Arab Emirates
Let's start with the car. A car is the most available type of transportation. Each emirates person has their own car. They can transfer from place to place in safety way. Also, it is provided with comfortable mechanisms such as a cover to protect them from the heat. Also it is provided with an air condition to give them some cold air in the hot weather. Also, it takes a long time to go from place to other. There are a lot of cars companies in UAE such as Mercedes, Toyota, Nissan and more. Each person can buy one for them self. You should have a license in order to have your own car. Now a day, you can find many women also drive a car. UAE allows every person who is over 18 years old to get a license. But they should get it after they make a train. I like the car because you can feel freely to do what ever you want. I forgot to mention that UAE builds roads to make the driver more comfortable and for the safety. Also, every where you can find a light on the street to make the road more visible and avoid a car accident.
The second transport type is the bus. A bus is a large road vehicle designed to carry many passengers. If you do not have your own car you can use a bus to travel. It is cheap and available on a large scale. The bus is supplied with an air condition and a place to put your bags. The benefit of a bus is that you can meet many people from different countries. Also, it increases the country's economy. Buses are provided by the country not by any one person.
- Air travels:
Because of tourism and trade are more active, the air travel is busier. There are many airports for the planes to land.
- United Arab Emirates has an excellent network of public transportation.
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