AA 66, I 70: Over 100 fancy Dubai number plates up for grabs
RTA offers fancy numbers to the highest bidder.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced that 100 premium number plates are up for grabs at its 106th open auction.
The plates on offer bear (AA-I-K-L-M-N-O-P-Q-R-S-T-U-V-W-X-Y-Z) codes and will have two, three, four or five digits, and the final amount they are sold for will be subject to a 5% VAT.
Seats are limited and priority is to be given to bidders, so pre-registration is recommended.
Each bidder is required to have a traffic file in Dubai and deposit a security cheque amounting to Dh 25,000 addressed to RTA. Bidders have also to pay a non-refundable auction fee of Dh 120.
Bidders can make all their payments and register from Sunday, March 21 on the RTA website (www.rta.ae), the Dubai Drive App, or with any of RTA’s Customer Happiness Centres at Umm Al Ramool, Deira and Al Barsha. Registration will also be available at the bidding hall from 2 pm.
Clients also have the options to make payment via credit cards through RTA’s website or using the Dubai Drive App.
To ensure the health and safety of the public, RTA will take all precautionary health measures at the venue of the auction in cooperation with the hotel management. It urges participants to observe these safety precautions applicable in the UAE.
The super number plates (AA 66), (I 70) will top a fascinating collection of 100 fancy licensing plates of two, three, four and five digits on offer at the forthcoming 106th open auction of #RTA. https://t.co/6pqh6VIL3f pic.twitter.com/LJHRwIq6Hm— RTA (@rta_dubai) March 18, 2021
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