50% Abu Dhabi traffic fine discount scheme ends today


Abu Dhabi Police, urge, vehicle owners, motorists, settle payment, traffic fines, discounted

Abu Dhabi - Abu Dhabi Police also offering 35% and 25% discounts on traffic fines until December 22.


Ismail Sebugwaawo

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Published: Thu 4 Jun 2020, 11:35 PM

Last updated: Mon 22 Jun 2020, 4:12 PM

Abu Dhabi Police have urged vehicle owners and motorists to settle payment of their traffic fines during the remaining grace period through the Abu Dhabi police website and smartphone app.
Police had offered three types of discounts on traffic fines.
These include a 50 per cent discount on fines incurred before December 22, 2019 which will end on June 22, 2020.
Motorists were also offered a 35 per cent discount if the payment is made within 60 days of committing a traffic violation and there is a 25 per cent discount on traffic fines which will end on December 22, 2020.
Motorists can pay the traffic fines through www.adpolice.gov.ae or via the AD Police app.

Abu Dhabi Police said the discount applies to all traffic violations registered before December 22, 2019, except those categorised as 'dangerous', provided the fines are paid off within three months.
All black points and vehicle impoundments due before the same date will also be cancelled.
Police have emphasised their continued commitment in motivating community members to adhere to laws and regulations, alleviate their burdens, and enable them clear their legal status by settling traffic fines at a discount.
The Abu Dhabi Police said the traffic fines can be paid online using credit cards or through installments within a period of one year using the smart app that can be downloaded on smart phones and this is in coordination with various banks.
The service aims to make it easier for drivers and vehicle owners to pay traffic fines easily to promote happiness and positive values among customers.
All drivers have been urged to strictly observe traffic rules, shun violations and avail of the discount and early payment scheme.

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