Dubai: Police urges motorists to relocate vehicles parked on roads after flooding

This comes after heavy rains lashed the UAE on Tuesday, April 16, which led to waterlogged streets

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Published: Sat 20 Apr 2024, 11:16 PM

Last updated: Sun 21 Apr 2024, 8:23 AM

Motorists who had to make the difficult decision to leave their vehicles on streets and roads in Dubai due to flooding have been urged to relocate their vehicles by Dubai Police.

In an announcement on X, the authority advised drivers to relocate their vehicles to ensure smooth traffic flow in the city. Those looking for support and assistance during this challenging time have been advised to contact the authority's call centre at 901.


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This comes after heavy rains lashed the UAE on Tuesday, April 16, which led to waterlogged streets and flooding. Many motorists faced the brunt and had to leave their cars parked after they got stuck.


If you have lost your car plate in Dubai, RTA has come up with a solution for drivers to get their number plate back. Motorists have to simply apply for the lost vehicle plate number through RTA's website. After applying, they must visit one of the following centres to receive the plate number:

  • Shamil Al Qusais
  • AG Cars Al Mamzar
  • Al Mumayaz Aswaq Mizher
  • Tajdeed
  • ⁠Tamam centre
  • Al Mutakamela Al Awir
  • Al Mutakamela Al Quoz
  • Al Mumayaz Barsha mall
  • Wasel Al Jaddaf

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