The Ajman Police have announced a 50 per cent discount in fines for traffic violations committed in the emirate from September 21 to the end of this year.
Brigadier Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of the Ajman Police, said apart from the reduction in the amount of fines, the duration of confiscating vehicles involved in serious offences would also be cut by half during this period.
The decision will include all kinds of violations caught on radars, traffic offences and confiscation of vehicles and will benefit all motorists, not necessarily the vehicles registered and licences issued in the emirate.
Motorists wishing to avail of the reduced penalties can pay through the unified traffic system at various police centres in the country or by visiting the headquarters of the Traffic and Licensing Department of the Ajman Police from 7.30am to 8pm.
Brigadier Alwan Al Nuaimi noted that this does not mean that the motorists can commit traffic offences and get away with them, as the traffic system would record their black points and in case of major offences, their licences could be withdrawn.
“The Ajman Police are keen on offering help to those motorists who have limited incomes and have accumulated traffic violation fines and could not pay them on time,” he added.
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