Fighting coronavirus: New car registration rules announced in Ras Al Khaimah
Visitors are urged to wear face masks and gloves at all times, and social distancing must be maintained.
Motorists in Ras Al Khaimah who are looking to get their cars registered must take note of new rules implemented in line with Covid-19 precautions, the emirate's police said on Tuesday.
All gates of the Enoc Tasjeel/registration station have been closed, and entry will be restricted to certain gates, said Brig Dr Mohamed Al Humaidi, director-general of central operations at the RAK Police.
"Gates 1 and 3 have been dedicated for traffic transactions, and a staffer has been assigned to each gate to regulate entry into the station."
Gate No 2 is only for the testing of vehicles, he added. "Drivers will be directed to the assigned entry point by the security staffers."
Visitors are urged to wear face masks and gloves at all times, and social distancing must be maintained, Brig Al Humaidi said.
Two counters have been specified for receiving and processing car testing requests.
"Testing fees and reports will be handed over by a special staffer, so drivers don't have to step inside the station for his safety and health," the officer added.
Drivers shall then be directed to the number plate plant to collect their new registration cards and number plates.
"The traffic transactions being processed include car testing, registration renewal, registration transfer locally or abroad, and chassis measurement."
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