Qatar Traffic Violations Discount
Lieutenant Colonel Jaber Mohamed Odaiba, Assistant Director of the Media and Traffic Awareness Department at the General Directorate of Traffic, has emphasized that the Ministry of Interior (MOI)'s initiative related to the settlement of traffic violations includes violations registered on driving licenses.
Mr. Odaiba said that deduction applies to all violations registered against a driver or vehicle itself in accordance with the requirements of the initiative launched by MOI on the last National Day.
He pointed out the need to benefit from the initiative that will expire on March 17, 2022 to rectify status; particularly since the violations that were registered three years ago would be dropped automatically, whether they were violations registered on vehicles or their drivers. Thus, payment for remaining violations committed during the past three years would be easy, as he said.
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