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Now, smart cameras catch expired vehicle licences in UAE

afkarali@khaleejtimes.com Filed on July 1, 2018 | Last updated on July 1, 2018 at 04.40 pm
Now, smart cameras catch expired vehicle licences in UAE

(Ajman Police)

The system will book vehicles with expired registration starting from today.


Police announced that vehicles with expired registration licences on Ajman roads will now be flagged off by a smart detection system, starting from Sunday, July 1. 

Smart cameras placed across the emirate will scan through licence plates and immediately flag expired ones. The police will then seize the vehicle.

Colonel Khalid Mohammed Al Nuaimi, deputy director general of police operations, told Khaleej Times that the system is activated on internal and external roads of the emirate. "The smart system will save the time of policemen and allow police patrols to focus on other issues to ensure safety in the emirate," he added.

The system will book vehicles with expired registration as on July 1, 2018. Such vehicles are slapped with a fine of Dh500 and four black points and will be seized for seven days.

Col Al Nuaimi said the system is part of the police's efforts to enhance traffic safety by reducing the number of vehicles with the expired licences on the roads of the emirate.

afkarali@khaleejtimes.com

Afkar Abdullah





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