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    • By Gaurav
      Dubai Police Fines
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      Really great news for Dubai residents who have Dubai Police Traffic Fines can avail up to 100% discount as per year of tolerance initiative from Dubai Police.
      In a nutshell:
      Be a good driver for 3 months = 25% discount Be a good driver for 6 months = 50% discount  Be a good driver for 9 months = 75% discount Be a good driver for 1 year = 100% discount Be a good driver means you should follow traffic rules throughout the year and don't get Dubai Police Fines.
      I called the Dubai Police for more clarity:
      If you have previous traffic fines from last year, they are also applicable in this "Settle your traffic fines" initiative but the time will start from today - 6 Feb 2019. So if from today till next 3 months you follow traffic rules and don't get any traffic fines, then last year fine will be discounted by 25%, for 6 months = 50% and so on.
        If you are renewing your car next month or so, you can still renew the car without paying Dubai Police Fines. You need to go to the traffic department - they have options to renew your car without paying any traffic fines from Dubai police.
       



       
       
    • By Car News
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    • By Car News
      Road accidents are increasing every day in Dubai and this leads to traffic congestion in the whole city. To tackle this problem, RTA and the Dubai Police have collaborated to introduce a new Traffic Incidents Management (TIM) system.
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    • By Gaurav
      As I got one of my car repainted recently, there was big hassle to get the Dubai Police permission paper for repainting. After wasting two days in traffic hours coz of wrong information from official and unofficial channels, I like to list all of them below to help everyone here:
      You can't get that permission paper from any Dubai Police Station (Don't waste time) You can't get that permission paper from Dubai Police Headquarters (next to Al Mulla Plaza) You only get this permission from Dubai Police vehicle confiscated yard, next to Tasjeel Qusais, I think it's a CID department GPS Coordinate for this place: https://goo.gl/maps/t8hv6s7f9Rv (No pics allowed) Their timing is from 7 am to 1 pm only It cost 120 dhs and not 50 dhs You don't need paper if keeping same color and getting car painted in Dubai You do need paper even if keeping same color but getting car painted in Sharjah (that was my case) You do need paper if you change color and getting car painted in any emirates
    • By cyborg
      One of the best news I have read this morning in Gulf news about: Radars to start catching tailgaters from July 2015.
       
      Well I hope people from other emirates also read this news and start behaving well in Dubai, as majority of time I experience Nissan Patrol, Old skyline and Lexus LS 400 from northern emirate comes behind you and start flash to death with less than 1 meter distance behind your bumper. Scary indeed.
       
       
      PUBLISHED: 15:03 JUNE 9, 2015

      BY NOORHAN BARAKAT, STAFF REPORTER   Dubai: Starting from July, Dubai radars will be able to catch tailgaters, Dubai Police have announced.
      Major General Mohammad Saif Al Zafein, Assistant to the Dubai Police Chief for Operations Affairs, said the move is in order to reduce casualties from accidents caused by tailgating.
      Earlier this week Dubai Police launched its annual ‘Keep a safe distance’ traffic campaign, quoting tailgating as the third-leading cause of traffic deaths.
      Tailgating caused 26 deaths in 2014, and 11 deaths between January and May this year. Also in 2014, Dubai Traffic Police issued 69,964 fines for people not leaving a safe distance between vehicles on Dubai roads and in 2015, 19,975 fines were issued in the first four months.
      Maj Gen Al Zafein said the radar has the latest technology that can detect tailgating violations accurately, regardless of the speed of the vehicle.
      The radar takes photos of the front and rear of the vehicle and can detect the violation in any lane.
      The photos will help make sure the violation is legitimate and can be accessed if the driver contests the fine.
      The fine for tailgating is Dh400 and four black points.
      Source: http://gulfnews.com/news/uae/crime/radars-to-start-catching-tailgaters-from-july-1.1532297
       
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