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RTA Renewal is a mandatory process in UAE for all vehicles from private to commercial use. Vehicle Registration Renewal is mandated and conducted by the Road and Transport Authority (RTA). Vehicle renewal is a fairly simple and quick process conducted at multiple RTA Vehicle Testing Centres as a precondition to RTA registration renewal. Any new light passenger vehicle is registered for three years. After that, you have to get RTA car registration renewal every year.

These RTA car renewal rules are in place to ensure that vehicles plying on the road meet emissions regulations and are safe to operate. This alleviates the negligence of vehicle owners in maintaining their car. RTA vehicle testing is a regular part of vehicle ownership in the UAE, but it can sometimes give you anxiety if you are driving an old cars. If you are well-prepared, you can make the entire process more convenient and quick. Since 2019 RTA offering an amazing service where you can get vehicle renewal online and get the new registration card by courier delivery.

The basic sequence of events before you get the car registration card (Mulkiya renewal) are as follows -

  • Complete the vehicle purchase formalities
  • Apply for and obtain proof of car insurance
  • Prepare your vehicle, get it inspected, then get the inspection passing report from RTA testing center.

Documents required for RTA Car registration or renewal -

  • Emirates ID
  • Car Insurance
  • Old vehicle registration card
  • UAE Driving license
  • Vehicle test passing certificate.

The best way to avoid fines is to keep up with the dates. When does the expiration expire? You need to get your inspection done on or before that day, but only as long as you can immediately get your registration. If you fail the test, you will have to pay a re-test fee and get your car repaired. Hence, if you have an older vehicle and have been delinquent with some oil changes, give yourself enough time to get the car to a mechanic or fix it yourself before going for inspection.

You just can’t drive your car if you’ve failed your inspection and run out of days in your registration card. Even if you are within the 1 month grace period, the fine for driving without valid registration is a whopping AED 500. Not just that - the car will be detained for a week. The best way to save money is to not pay fines.

All the components of your car will be inspected during the test. The brakes and handbrake will be checked for their proper and acceptable working. Emissions testing will be performed as well. Make sure your car is otherwise clean and shiny and remove unnecessary things from the cabin.

The test for light passenger vehicles costs AED 170, and usually takes 15 minutes. Heavy vehicles inspection will take a few more minutes at the inspection center. These and commercial vehicles have a more comprehensive checklist to clear.

Here are the few popular places for car passing in UAE -

  • Tasjeel vehicle testing - Dubai, Sharjah and Northern Emirates
  • Tasjeel vehicle testing centres offer chassis testing and comprehensive test plans, but they will drive up costs.
  • Wasel vehicle testing - Dubai
  • Shamil vehicle testing - Dubai
  • Adnoc vehicle inspection centres - Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Western region
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And you can always contact me if you want to push through passing issues 😁😁

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100 Points awarded to @adil for this "Exceptional Post".

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On 8/24/2019 at 2:13 PM, Carnity said:

100 Points awarded to @adil for this "Exceptional Post".

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On 8/29/2019 at 4:42 PM, Derick said:

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