Abu Dhabi Police Traffic Fines (Complete List 2022)

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Abu Dhabi Police Traffic Fines: As everyone know that Abu Dhabi is the capital of UAE and everyone must know if driving in Abu Dhabi, it is most important to aware the rules of the road. Responsible driving is the duty of every driver in the state of Abu Dhabi UAE. When you aware of the rules of road, then you will not only save from paying any kind of traffic fines in Abu Dhabi but you will also take care of all safety while driving in Abu Dhabi.

New updates enacted in July 2020 impose some hefty fines for violators. For example, if you are driving with a mobile phone may be it’s common and you may be fined with 200 AED, and for now it will cost you around 800 AED.

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Here is a list of traffic violations in Abu Dhabi, as well as the fines that come with these fines.

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Abu Dhabi Traffic Fines List

For further information, kindly visit Abu Dhabi Police website.

Updates Of Abu Dhabi Traffic Fines 

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The Abu Dhabi Police General Directorate has issued new regulations amending Federal Traffic Law No. 21 of 1995, which will come into force in July 2017.

Also Note Below New Rules:

  • Drivers who ignore traffic lights will be fined 1,000 dirhams and 12 points.
  • Vehicles can be confiscated for up to a month.
  • For shoulder passers, 1,000 AEDs and 6 traffic points apply.
  • 400 AED fine for not wearing seat belt and 4 traffic points for drivers and passengers for not wearing seat belt.
  • Drivers can face a fine of 400 AED if children under the age of 10 are not in a child seat and not in a lease.
  • Not more than 50% glass color for vehicles. The windscreen should be color free.
  • (Uber) Business drivers who carry passengers without a valid permit will be fined 3,000 AED and up to 24 traffic points will be charged.
  • Children under the age of 10 (not less than 145 cm in height) sitting in the passenger seat, the driver will be fined.

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How To Pay Abu Dhabi Traffic Fines.

Anyone can ask for and pay for traffic violations using a traffic ID, car plate number, or license number online. Just visit the Abu Dhabi Police website or the Abu Dhabi eGovernment portal. You can proceed with the online payment unless you are directed to the Traffic and Licensing Department.

Follow The Steps Below:

  1. Report to Vehicle and Driver Licensing Department (Violations Section)
  2. Submit required documents (Vehicle Ownership Form, Driving License Vehicle, License Number)
  3. Pay the fine.

You will need to register on the Abu Dhabi Government Gateway website using your Emirates ID card and PIN number.

If you want to pay the traffic department, you can go to the traffic department located in Baniyas East. This is especially useful if you want to make a cash payment. The timing of department is from 7.30 am till 2.30 pm.

You also have an option to pay your traffic fines by phone, simply call the traffic helpline 8003333 and follow the instructions.

Frequently Asked Questions About Abu Dhabi Traffic Fines

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1. How can I ask about all my traffic fines?

If you want to know about your Abu Dhabi traffic fines there are 3 ways:

  1. You can check by unified traffic number: it will refund all penalties related to your traffic number.
  2. You can check by the plate information: it will refund all your fines per specific vehicle (mostly this is done for “absent” type violations)
  3. You can check about driving license information: This will refund all penalties related to your driving license (this includes some “presence” violations)

2. What are the penalties for parking violations?

According to the Abu Dhabi Parking Law, all illegally parked vehicles will be fined. Penalty charges range starts from 100 AED to 1000 AED, it’s depending on the type of the violation. A complete list of fines can be found through the link below or at the (MAWAQIF) Customer Service Center.

3. Is there a penalty for not wearing a seat belt?

Yes, drivers and passengers who do not fasten their seat belts are fined 400 AED and 4 traffic points. Children under the age of 10 should be seated in a car seat with a seat belt.

4. Can I drive a car?

Both men and women are allowed to drive in the UAE. Visitors or Tourists in the UAE can also drive as long as they have an international driving license and a valid passport. Citizens of some countries must also have an International Driver’s Permit (IDP). Residency status for those working in the UAE, they must apply for a driver’s license in the UAE.

5. Is it permissible to smoke while driving?

Driving in the company of a child under 12 is prohibited from smoking.

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