Motorists in Dubai could get up to a 100 per cent discount on their existing traffic fines if they don’t commit any further offences for the rest of the year.
It’s part of a new initiative from Dubai Police to encourage safe driving habits.
The scheme only applies to fines issued by Dubai Police to privately-owned, Dubai-registered vehicles.
Individuals who reside outside the country for more than three consecutive months from the date of the traffic violation also cannot benefit from the initiative.
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