How to Pay Dubai Traffic Fines through RTA

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If you have received a traffic fine in Dubai you can pay it easily and quickly online.How to Pay Dubai Traffic Fines through RTA

In order to pay your Dubai traffic fines through the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), you need to follow these steps:

  • Visit the RTA Website
  • Click on the “Drivers and Car Owners” Section and Select “Fines Payment”.
  • You will require to provide the following details to complete the payment
    • Traffic File Number
    • Date of Birth of Licence Holder for the vehicle
    • A valid GCC Credit Card or Debit Card
  • The following are four easy steps to Pay Dubai Traffic Fines i.e. (1) Search Your Fines (2) Review Your Results (3) Confirm & (4) Pay
  • Under the ‘Search For Your Fines’ Section, enter your License Number, Plate Number, Traffic File Number, Traffic Code Number, or Plate Number and provide the required details before Click clicking on the “Search” button.
  • Enter you Birth Year confirmation and Traffic File Number
  • Choose your preferred payment method and provide your valid GCC Credit Card or Debit Card
  • The notification for the successful transaction will be displayed on your screen after the payment completion.
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