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Abu Dhabi Implements Stricter Parking Rules; Violators' Vehicles to be Towed Away

The move aims to enforce Mawaqif Regulation Law, designed to regulate public parking usage and improve traffic flow

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Published on June 19, 2024, 11:59:06

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Starting Wednesday (19 June), individuals violating various parking regulations in Abu Dhabi's Al Ain city will face the risk of having their vehicles towed by the authorities.

Stringent measures have been implemented by the Department of Municipalities and Transport (DMT), represented by Abu Dhabi Mobility (AD Mobility), with the introduction of a vehicle towing service.

According to Abu Dhabi Mobility, vehicles in Al Ain will be towed based on the specific violation committed. For instance, vehicles found without licence plates in the parking area will be immediately towed to the Mawaqif Vehicle Impounding Yard in the Al Ain industrial area.

Furthermore, vehicles will be towed if they are displayed for sale, used for commercial, advertising, or promotional purposes, or if they occupy a parking space without a permit or with an expired permit.

The vehicle towing service aims to enforce the Mawaqif Regulation Law, which is designed to regulate public parking usage and improve traffic flow across the city.

Abu Dhabi Mobility has urged the public in Al Ain City to comply with the Mawaqif Parking system to avoid vehicle towing and fines. They emphasised the importance of adhering to regulations for managing and organising public parking at all times.

The public is encouraged to park correctly in designated areas, avoid parking in prohibited zones, and not obstruct vehicle movement to maintain smooth traffic flow and ensure community safety and security.

Additionally, teams from Abu Dhabi Mobility are conducting educational workshops to raise public awareness about the public parking management system.

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