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UAQ Police discounts traffic fines by 50%
BY MOHAMED EL MAHI November 17, 2017
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UMM AL QUWAIN: The General Command of Umm Al Quwain Police decided as of Nov.19 to reduce traffic fines by 50% until December 31, according to Colonel Hamid Ahmed Saeed Al Ali, Acting Director of Traffic and Patrols Department.

Al Ali added that the decision came on the 46th National Day, and in light of the keenness of the General Command of Umm Al Quwain Police to adopt initiatives which contribute to the happiness of the members of the community.

The decision applies to violations committed in the emirate of Umm Al Quwain only before November 19, and includes all vehicles registered in the UAE, Al Ali indicated.

He added,” The owner of the vehicle can also pay the reduced fines through the smart applications of the Ministry of Interior (Moi) or via any service centre in the UAE, except non-payable fines, which entail the owner of the vehicle to check with the Traffic Department.

Al Ali called on members of society to abide by the rules and regulations of traffic and to adhere to the specified speeds on the roads to maintain their safety.

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