Tuesday 12 November 2019 (UAE)

Dubai Police traffic fines enquiry, payment

Police traffic department fines enquiry and payment in UAE

UAE and Dubai Police traffic department fine enquiry and payment system, information about black points and paying fines for parking, 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. Fine enquiry and payment for Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and other UAE emirates. See also:

Dubai Police Traffic Department fines enquiry and payment

Direct link to online checking and payment for traffic violations, penalties, and fines, should be:

RTA traffic fines

Content moved to RTA fines page.

Online fine payment system in Dubai

Sep 2000 - Dubai traffic police launched an online fine payment system on their website at www.dxbtraffic.gov.ae (update, website not available, use www.dubaipolice.gov.ae instead). Payment by credit card only.

Abu Dhabi traffic fine enquiry and payment system

Sharjah traffic fine enquiry and payment system

Paying and checking traffic fines in the UAE

You do not get sent any notification of traffic infringements by mail. To check if you have fines and black points:

Abu Dhabi Police, Dubai Police, Dubai RTA traffic fine instalment payments

Update 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019: Some banks offer credit card instalment plans for fine payments, interest-free, usually over 3, 6, 9, or 12 months. Most are for fines issued by one or more of Dubai Police, Dubai RTA, Abu Dhabi Police. Installment applications usually need to be made through one of the traffic authority websites or apps. First one announced was in 2014 for Emirates NBD credit card holders to pay Dubai Police traffic fines?

Previous information ...

Paying fines by cheque installments is possible for Dubai RTA fines but only for Dubai registered vehicles, minimum amount AED 5,000 for private owners, AED 20,000 for company vehicles.

According to a Gulf News Dubai report 26 January 2010, Dubai drivers can pay off their traffic fines in instalments if they owe more than AED 5000. The report didn't say over what period the installments could be paid.

Other traffic fine information in Dubai and UAE

White points in Dubai

Dubai and UAE "Fairy Fines" or "Phantom Fines"

[Update 2017: More recently it seems that people have been more successful in disputing incorrect fines so perhaps it is worth trying?]

It has been known for people to receive fines from a different emirate when they weren't there, or fines when they were out of the country. Some residents have even discovered that they've received parking or speeding tickets while their car was supposed to be in the police impound yard. Trying to get one of these cleared up is going to involve enough time and energy that you might wish you hadn't bothered by the end of it - and more than likely you'll end up having to pay the fine anyway since the traffic department seems to be quite unhelpful at trying to resolve such issues.

Sometimes fines don't show up for over a year - even several years. Again, it's far easier to smile, pay the fine when it does appear, and go and do something in Dubai more interesting for the rest of the day.

In 2010, there seemed to be an increase in the number of false traffic tickets being issued in Dubai, or an increase in the number of reports of "Fairy Fines" or "Phantom Fines." Residents of Dubai say they are receiving text messages informing them of traffic offences committed while they were asleep, or outside the UAE, or in a location nowhere near where the offence was supposed to have occured. One story in The Telegraph in the UK on 28 May 2010 prompted a response from a reader who suggested the following:

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Previous and out of date information for online payment of Dubai Police traffic fines:

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