Ajman Police have declared that drivers who maintain a strategic distance from petty criminal offenses for six progressive months will have their fines sliced by 50 percent.
Major General Sheik Sultan Bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of Ajman Police, said the move comes in usage of the orders of Sheik Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman, to watch the Year of Tolerance.
He said that drivers who abstain from submitting infringement from January 1 to June 1 will profit of the rebate in July, including that choice will cover all petty criminal offenses carried out by the vehicle proprietor in the emirate.
Al Nuaimi encouraged drivers to submit to the traffic standards to stay away from mishaps and powerful fines.
The move in Ajman pursues a comparative one in Dubai a month ago under which drivers can crash fines on the off chance that they stay inconvenience free for a year.
Dubai drivers can abstain from paying traffic fines on the off chance that they stay inconvenience free for a year under another activity reported by Dubai Police.
Police stipulated the rebate rates, saying that if drivers pursue the guidelines for 3 months, they get 25 percent markdown on their fines and on the off chance that they pursue the principles for a half year, they get 50 percent markdown.
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