Renew vehicle registration online in UAE or face fine

Renew vehicle registration online in UAE or face fine

You can renew using the smart app.



Now, renew registration cards of your vehicles through the smart app of the Ministry of Interior, the Ras Al Khaimah Police have said. 
The police also warned that as per Article 22 of the federal traffic law, a fine of Dh500 and four black points would be slapped on any motorist driving a vehicle with expired registration. "An additional fine of Dh500, four black points, and a seven-day vehicle impoundment shall be enforced in case the car is uninsured."
Brigadier Adel Al Ghais, director of vehicles and drivers licensing department, RAK Police, said the MOI-UAE smart app saves customers' money, time and effort. "It is very simple and user-friendly." Testing the vehicle in time is so critical, he underlined. 
"So many vehicles have been involved in deadly road accidents due to poor maintenance or complete lack of it." 
Burst tyres were blamed in several mishaps on the roads, he pointed out.
"Driving vehicles on already used, old, substandard or road-unworthy tyres is never the right option, particularly in such blazing summer temperatures." 
The RAK Police send alert SMSs to drivers one month before the expiry of their vehicles' registration so that they have enough time to remain safe and don't have to pay fines, Brig Al Ghais added. "Vehicle test stations are open across the emirate from 7.30am to 9pm."
- ahmedshaaban@khaleejtimes.com
 


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