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In its bid to strengthen precautionary and preventive measures and curb the spread of coronavirus, the Ministry of Interior has enabled customers to renew the expired registration of their vehicles without the need to visit service centres over the coming three months from Sunday, March 22, 2020.
Customers are requested to use smart apps to renew their expired registration, irrespective of fines, impoundment, black points and technical inspection.
This step comes within the precautionary measures to maintain safety and health and to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid 19).
This came during the emergency meeting held by the Federal Traffic Council and presided over by Major General Eng. Mohammed Saif Al Zafeen, Assistant Commander-in-Chief for Operations Affairs at Dubai Police. The meeting was attended by Brigadier Eng. Hussein Ahmed Al Harthy, Vice President of the Federal Traffic Council, and all members.
The council also discussed opening the files of drivers and training courses and instructed the training institutes across the UAE to expedite holding remote training courses within two weeks and roll out all precautionary and preventive measures to maintain public health and safety.
The resolution stipulates 15 fines starting from Dhs1,000 for failing to wear medical masks indoors by only those individuals suffering from chronic diseases, and those showing cold and flu symptoms or failing to maintain social distancing
The radars were readjusted to catch the violators travelling between 8pm and 6am.
Apart from the impoundment of the vehicles there is a fine of Dhs1,000 and motorists will also incus 12 black points. The vehicle will remain impounded for a period of 30 days after that the owner can get it released after paying Dhs50,000.
This came in a phone call Sheikh Mohamed received on Wednesday from the Syrian president where they also discussed the ongoing developments in Syria and the Middle East in addition to issues of regional and international interest.
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The pony-tailed senior Khan sporting dark shades and a black facemask over a grey half-sleeved T-shirt was virtually mobbed by the paparazzi and the hordes of policemen as he entered the menacing barred gates of the ARCJ in the congested south Mumbai.