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Over 133,900 eTransactions for Traffic Fines in a Year

Via the MoI’s Website and Smart Application

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Sunday, November 1st 2015 [ME NewsWire]

In one year, beginning October 2014 through the end of September 2015, a total number of 133,973 fine payment transactions have been conducted via the Ministry of Interior’s smart app, UAE-MOI, and its website, www.moi.gov.ae.

“Customers have several channels to pay their traffic obligations without needing to visit a service center,” said Lt. Colonel Faisal Mohammed Al Shimmari, Executive Director of the MoI’s Smart Government Program. “Customers are able to access their enquiries regarding traffic fines or traffic files for individuals and businesses.” He continued by stating that after connecting the speeding fines from the radars to the system, customers are able to view the images taken from the radar. “Customers are able to review the nature of the violation alongside the time and date of its occurrence through the Ministry’s website and smart app.”

He added that customers can also utilize the ePayment feature to safely and securely pay through bank accredited cards, empowered by the online payment option, as the system on the website and smartphones application supports cards such as Visa, MasterCard, and e-Dirham. He pointed that the Ministry’s smart application UAE-MOI is equipped with smart notification feature, which will notify the customer or the driver of the vehicle, the app user, about the violation once it has been recorded on the systems.

Lt. Colonel Al Shimmari also noted that the recording time of the speeding violation captured by radars on the Federal Traffic and Licensing System is between 1 – 3 days depending on the emirate; taking into consideration that some traffic fines cannot be paid through these electronic and smart services, and require a visit to a service center.

The Executive Director of the Smart Government Program at the Ministry of Interior pointed out that for residents who wish to transfer their residency, they must first pay their traffic fines, as the electronic or smart system will not allow them to finalize the residency transfer from one job to another until all fines have been paid.

Lt. Col. Al Shimmari urged the customers to utilize the various services presented by the Ministry on its website or smart application by registering in the smart and eServices using their Emirates ID, which uses a simple mechanism and complies with the data and information security standards. He called upon the customers to become aware of the importance around information security and to keep their passwords and login information secret. “Take care when choosing your password, make sure it is both accurate and difficult,” he said; warning of the dangers that arise if this information falls into the wrong hands or is hacked by those who use such confidential information for criminal activity.

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Multiple Services in the MoI’s Smart Application

The Ministry of Interior is keen to provide various services through its UAE-MOI smart app across multiple platforms including Apple, Android, Blackberry, and Windows; as well as its connection to a number of partners in the UAE. The application also connects to insurance and vehicle testing companies and is fully integrated with the Ministry’s website. To avail the services, customers need only to provide the same username and password via any platform. Following a one-time registration via the website or smart app, the customers are able to access the Ministry’s services through all available channels.

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The Arabic-language text of this announcement is the official, authoritative version. Translations are provided as an accommodation only, and should be cross-referenced with the Arabic-language text, which is the only version of the text intended to have legal effect.

Contacts

The UAE Minister of Interior's General Secretariat, Tactical Affairs and Security Media Department

Abu Dhabi Police GHQ - Security Media

Chris Cron +971-(0)-50-666-4891

E-mail: cron.media@hotmail.com

 

 

 

 

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