Traffic Fine Enquiry & Payment in Dubai
Dubai Police Traffic Fine Enquiry and Payment information and guide in the UAE - pay fines for parking tickets, speeding and radar tickets, and other traffic offences online. The Dubai Police website has an online traffic fine checking facility and payment option with credit cards.
- Direct link should be http://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/dp/english/e_services.jsp?Page=6163&dPg=1&isEng=true
- If that link doesn't work, go to the Dubai Police home page, click on English (near top left) if you want to change from Arabic, and as of April 2010, there is a small banner ad on the right hand side that says "Traffic fines inquiry & payment"
- Or click through the following navigation on the Dubai Police website: Home Page >> Online Services >> Traffic Fines Inquiry and Payment Service
- No login is required, which means you can check the outstanding fines for anyone’s car as long as you know the licence plate number, colour, and emirate. Which means hours of fun finding out how many thousand dirhams are owed by the big black tinted 4wd that just cut you up on Sheikh Zayed Road.
- As of December 2007 you should be able to pay online by credit card. For payment, you'll need the traffic file number from your car registration card, and your passport number. Dubai Police website says online payment is only available for "customers within the United Arab Emirates"
- Fines can be checked for RTA, Salik Dubai, Dubai Municipality, police and traffic fines from Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Al Ain (which is part of Abu Dhabi emirate), Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain (UAQ).
- Enquiries can be made with any of the following: Traffic File number, Driving License number, Vehicle Licence Plate number, or Fine Notice number.
- Any black points awarded should also show up when making a fine enquiry.
You do not get sent any notification of traffic infringements by mail. You either need to check online, or go to one of the fine checking and payment machines in some of the shopping malls (they look like ATMs). You could also try going to the Dubai police traffic department or an RTA traffic licencing office in person but you may as well wait until you renew your car registration and pay everything then.