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Home > How To Guide > Renew your car registration in Dubai
Renew your car registration in Dubai
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You need to renew your car registration once every year. If you have purchased a new vehicle, the dealer will handle all formalities for the first year. From the second year onwards, you will have to renew your car registration.
 
You can renew your car registration or driving license from any other emirate, irrespective of the origin of documents or the vehicle. See media update.
 
You can also renew your car registration from selected insurance companies. These include Noor Takaful, Oman Insurance, Fujairah Insurance & RSA Insurance. The insurance companies would be using the same procedure and online facilities to provide the service that are being used by the RTA’s customer service centres and other approved agents like Tasjeel, Tamam etc. See media update
 
Documents Required:
1. Motor vehicle insurance certificate
2. Old registration card
3. “Passed” car test certificate
 
Procedure:
1. Settle the payment of fines (if found); you can check and pay any fine at the Dubai Police website.
2. Go to Dubai Traffic Department /other emirates traffic department or to (Tasjeel Eppco, Emarat Shamil or Belhasa's Wasel to have the car tested
3. Pay the fees
4. Wait for your registration card (valid for one year). In case your car is no longer financed by a bank, show the bank clearance certificate.
5. Take a sticker with the new registration expiry date and place it over the old one (on the rear number plate)
 
Fees
• Car test AED 120
• Registration AED 340
 
Dubai.ae tips:
• New vehicles are exempted from test for 2 consecutive years.
• Some companies will do all procedures for an additional fee, including collecting and returning the vehicle to you. You can also check with your insurance company, since many have introduced a free/paid service.
EPPCO Tasjeel 800 4258
Shamil 8004559
Wasel 04324552

• If you don’t have the time to do your car registration, the RTA has a special service called ‘Personal Appearance Service’. You do a one-time visit to any RTA customer service centre, register your personal details and receive a personal identification number (PIN) on your mobile. You can then send a representative with this PIN to do your RTA licensing work, whether it is for one car or multiple cars under your name. Other transactions that can be done with a PIN include export, transfer and number plate sale, though it must be noted that after your representative’s visit, the PIN expires and for further visits, you will need to do another ‘Personal Appearance Service’ to get another PIN.

For more information, visit RTA website. Or call RTA's toll free number on 8009090.

 

Published Date : 30/05/2011
Last Modified : 17/06/2014

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