Ways to Check Traffic Fines in Dubai
The authorities in Dubai ensure the safety of motorists through strict implementation of traffic laws. If you happen to break these laws, you can face hefty traffic fines and penalties. At the same time, the authorities also focus on making fine payment procedures as simple as possible. Not only does it speed up the collection process for the government, but it saves citizens from incurring additional penalties. This article lists down all the ways to pay and check traffic fines in Dubai.
There are multiple ways to check traffic fines in Dubai.
- Official websites (online payment)
- Mobile applications
- Payment machines (kiosks)
- Traffic departments
List of Official Websites to Check and Pay Traffic Fines
These official websites work hand in hand to ensure a safe and convenient transportation network across the UAE. While each emirate has its own website, the Ministry of Interior website allows you to pay fines received anywhere within the UAE. You can also use these websites for any other Dubai traffic fines enquiry you may have. A few other websites that allow you to pay your traffic fines online are mentioned below:
- The official Ministry of Interior website
- The official Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) website
- The official Dubai Police Website
- The official Sharjah and Dubai Roads and Transport Authority Website
You can also pay your RTA traffic fine in instalments, free of interest.
How to Check Your Traffic Fines through Dubai’s Police Website
- Visit the Dubai Police website
- Click the ‘Services’ tab, and select Traffic fine>Access Fine’
- Enter the details regarding the fine using license number, plate details, traffic file number, and fine number
- Once you have entered the details, you can use a credit or debit card for payment
- Fine inquiry is free of cost
List of Applications to Pay and Check Traffic Fines
- Abu Dhabi Police app
- Ministry of Interior app
- Dubai police app
- RTA Dubai app
- Dubainow app
You can download these apps from Google Play and App Store. Once you have paid your traffic fines, you will receive a confirmation on the app, email, and phone number.
Payment Machines (Kiosk)
Data centralisation has enabled users to access services like payment of traffic fines through multiple platforms. You can find several kiosks located across the UAE. Mentioned below are the steps to check traffic fines through self-service kiosk.
How to Check Your Traffic Fines through Kiosks
- Visit the nearest kiosk station with your ID.
- Click ‘E-service’ then ‘Fine Inquiry’
- Enter your vehicle details such as license and fine number
- Pay the fine
You can also check, pay and report your traffic fines at your nearest traffic department. Though it may not be as convenient as online methods, it sure is a wise idea if you have any issues with the assigned fines. The officers can assist you in resolving the issue.
- Visit the nearest traffic department
- Make sure you have your ID card, vehicle registration number, emirates ID, and insurance details
- Apply for the service through the specialized counter
- Pay the fines or resolve any queries that you may have
Documents Needed To Pay Traffic Fines in Dubai
- Traffic File Number
- (D.O.B) of license holder of the vehicle
- A valid debit or GCC card
Non-Payable Traffic Fines in Dubai
There are a few violations that can result in non-payable fines or black points. This means that these fines can only be paid at the police station.
Dubai laws are quite strict when comes to traffic-related violations. Therefore, it is extremely important to be aware of all the laws, fines, and road speed limits in the UAE. Make sure there are no pending fines to get you in trouble.
Can I dispute my traffic fines?
You would need to visit the nearest police or traffic department to dispute your traffic fines. For further assistance, you can also call 901.
That concludes this guide on ways to check traffic fines in Dubai. If you wish to buy a used car in Dubai, make sure all fines are cleared by the seller. We hope you found this article helpful.
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