DUBAI: A Dubai police action, where motorcyclists are exempted from the accumulated traffic fines, can spread to all of the UAE.
Under the scheme launched on February 6 this year, drivers who do not commit a crime for three months can receive a 25% discount on fines before they go away. You can get 75% off. Months and 100% if they manage the whole year without breaking the rules.
The move will be presented to the council, which will decide on its adoption at the national level, said Maj. Gen. Mohammad Saif al-Zafin, director of the United Arab Emirates Federal Traffic Council and assistant commander of operations.
Al-Zafin said at a press conference, “After one year [February 2020] of the move, the Council will discuss it and if its results are successful, we will move the Ministry of Interior in its approval motion throughout the United Arab Emirates. Would recommend. ” Dubai Police Officers Club.
The Interior Ministry has to decide whether it will adopt Dubai’s initiative at the national level.
“The results so far have been impressive because the move has reduced the number of deaths on Dubai’s roads by 15% this year.” In the same period last year.
Not a case of a money-bus accident in June, as was the case with Dole, which affected Said statistics.
“The number of casualties in the bus accident increased,” he said. “It was an unusual accident as 17 people died, which increased the number of deaths in Dubai. If we simply remove the accident from the statistics, the move reduced the death toll to 77% instead of 15%. ۔
Meanwhile, Dubai police said that a total of 425,371 drivers benefited from a 50 percent discount on their accumulated traffic fines, which amounted to 25 percent of Dubai’s drivers. Compared to last year, the introduction of traffic fines has also decreased by 2% since the initiative was launched.
Colonel Juma Bin Sweden, acting director of the Dubai Police Department’s Traffic Department, said the move was most benefitted by Indian drivers. Statistics show that there were 95,866 Indian drivers who benefited from a 50% discount. Emirates came second with 67,235 and Egyptians third with 16,833.
“The move helped drivers get exemptions for their traffic fines,” said Bin Sweden. “Drivers will have a strong incentive to adhere to traffic rules in order to get a discount,” he said. ۔
Bin Sweden said it had economic benefits as well.
“The move has reduced spending on other government agencies because fewer accidents mean less damage to property,” he said.
Register your car without paying traffic fines in Dubai.
Drivers can register their cars without paying the Dubai traffic fines during the initiative.
However, drivers need to pay their fines in other Emirates.
100% of the discount applies to all vehicles registered in Dubai, provided that the driver adheres to traffic laws and regulations and does not violate the entire calendar year beginning February 6.
However, parking and penalty fines are not included in the move because they are not a traffic offense.
The discount will also apply to the seizure of vehicles and traffic points.
- 23 This year 23 people died in 2018 compared to 27 at the same time.
- 2018 32 people were seriously injured compared to 37 in 2018.
- 5 425,371 people reduced waivers.
- 40 340,112 culprits were male drivers.
- 85,259 delinquent women were drivers.