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RAK offers conditional 40% cut in traffic fines

Decision to grant discounts is intended to mark UAE National Day, says top official

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The discount applies to all traffic fines in 2011.
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Ras Al Khaimah: Motorists who have incurred traffic fines in 2011 will be given a 40 per cent discount provided they settle their dues before the end of April 2012, Major General Shaikh Taleb Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, the Director-General of Ras Al Khaimah Police traffic department, announced on Tuesday.

Major General Shaikh Taleb said the decision to grant discounts was intended to mark the UAE National Day. The offer will take effect from January to April 2012, he said.

Colonel Abdullah Ali Hassan Minkhis, director of the Traffic Department at RAK police, urged all motorists to take advantage of this grace period and renew the registrations of their vehicles.

The discount applies to all traffic fines in 2011, Minkhis added.

Dubai Police earlier announced a 30 per cent discount on traffic fines for three months for violations committed before September 10 this year.

Umm Al Quwain police announced a traffic fine reduction of 50 per cent for 35 days for violations committed before November 27 this year.



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unfair against the people who pay the fine fully


30 November 2011 18:09jump to comments