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Dubai Police Fines Traffic Fines 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.
Flying radar can track speedsters from air Speed radar might soon be installed in the latest Dubai Police drone By Majorie van Leijen Published Wednesday, October 15, 2014 A speed radar installed in a drone that flies over Dubai's roads is one of the options Dubai Police is considering to tighten the grip on speedsters in the emirate.The drone has already been built, and is capable of carrying a speed radar if such measures are to be implemented, explains Maher bin Haidar, of the General Department of Protective Security and Emergency at Dubai Police.Showing the latest and, according to him, the most advanced drones that the authority has in hand at the ongoing Gitex Technology week, he says, "This drone can capture images from a kilometre distance with its capacity to zoom in 60 times,” he explained.“It can fly for two hours, and can be controlled at a distance of 2km with a remote control." http://www.emirates247.com/news/emirates/flying-radar-can-track-speedsters-from-air-2014-10-15-1.566300