Daily And Weekly Rentals

  • Wide range of affordable vehicles from our young and new fleet to select from.
  • Luxury Sedans, Low budget cars, 4WDs, Commercial Vehicles, delivered at your door.
  • 24 Hours roadside assistance with immediate replacement
  • GPS pocket navigation system available for road guidance at a nominal cost
  • Baby seats available for your baby’s safety at special price.

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  • Specialised in corporate leasing with freedom to choose the car of your choice.
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  • Fixed monthly payments over the lease period
  • No hassles of registration, maintenance and insurance.
  • Absolutely no hidden cost
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Vehicle Maintenance

  • We provide our clients with safe, well maintained vehicles by performing regular scheduled preventive maintenance per the manufacturers specifications in our self-owned modern service center, staffed with highly trained personnel.

Our Vision

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Special Services

  • Ready line vehicles can be delivered and collected at your door, without any extra charge.
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  • In case of maintenance periods/breakdowns/accidents, replacement vehicles provided. (subject to conditions)
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Traffic Violations and Fines

(Please visit relevant websites for updated requirements)
No Ref Description Fines Black Points Confiscation
01 3141 Driving dangerously (racing) 2000 12 30
02 3236 Driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or similar substances Decided by court 24 60
03 3156 Driving a vehicle without number plates 1000 24 60
04 3235 Causing death of others Decided by court 12 30
05 3128 Not stopping after causing an accident that resulted in injuries Decided by court 24 60
06 3140 Reckless driving 2000 12 30
07 3219 Exceeding maximum speed limit by more than 60km/h 1000 12 30
08 3141 Driving in a way that is dangerous to the public 1000 12 30
09 3015 Jumping a red light 800 8 15
10 3017 Running away from a traffic policeman 800 12 30
12 3233 Causing a car to overturn Decided by court 8 -
13 3232 Causing serious injuries Decided by court 8 -
14 3218 Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 60km/h 900 6 -
15 3217 Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 50km/h 800 - -
16 3130 Overtaking on the hard shoulder 600 6 -
17 3197 Entering road dangerously 600 6 -
18 3231 Causing moderate injury Decided by court 6 -
20 3083 Overtaking from a prohibited place 600 6 -
21 3230 Causing serious damage to a vehicle Decided by court Decided by court 6 -
22 3216 Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 40km/h 700 - -
23 3129 Parking in fire hydrant places, spaces allocated for people with special needs and ambulance parking 1000 4 -
24 3215 Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 30km/h 600 - -
25 3080 Driving against traffic 400 4 -
26 3137 Allowing children under 10 years old to sit in the front seat of a vehicle 400 4 -
27 3058 Failure to fasten seat belt while driving 400 4 -
28 3031 Failure to leave a safe distance 400 4 -
29 3016 Failure to follow the directions of a traffic policeman -   -
30 3214 Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 20km/h 500 - -
31 3071 Entering a road without ensuring that it is clear 400 4 -
32 3089 Exceeding permitted level of car window tinting 500 - 30
33 3021 Not giving way to emergency, police and public service vehicles or official convoys 500 4 -
34 3159 Driving a heavy vehicle that does not comply with safety and security conditions 500 - 30
35 3128 Failure to stop after causing an accident 500 - -
36 3060 Driving a noisy vehicle 500 - 30
37 3237 Allowing others to drive a vehicle for which they are unlicensed 500 - -
40 3164 Driving a vehicle that causes pollution 500 - -
41 3238 Stopping on the road for no reason 500 4 -
42 3135 Stopping on a yellow box 500 - -
43 3127 Not giving pedestrians way on pedestrian crossings 500 6 -
44 3138 Failure to abide by traffic signs and directions 500 - -
45 3087 Throwing waste from vehicles onto roads 500 4 -
46 3018 Refusing to give traffic police name and address when required 500 -  
47 3036 Stopping vehicle on the left side of the road in prohibited places 500 - -
48 3174 Stopping vehicle on pedestrian crossing 500 - -
56 3212 Exceeding maximum speed limit by not more than 10km/h 400 - -
57 3006 Driving with a driving license issued by a foreign country except in permitted cases 400 - -
58 3004 Violating the terms of the driving license 300 - -
59 3035 Parking behind vehicles and blocking their movement 300 - -
60 3085 Towing a vehicle or a boat with an unprepared vehicle 300 - -
61 3165 Driving a vehicle that omits gases or fumes with substances exceeding permitted rates 300 - -
62 3111 Leaving a vehicle on the road with its engine running 300 - -
66 3028 Prohibited entry 200 4 -
67 3020 Blocking traffic 200 - -
68 3042 Vehicle unfit for driving 200 - 7
69 3158 Driving a light vehicle that does not comply with safety and security conditions 200 - 7
72 3041 Using vehicle for purposes other than designated 200 4 7
75 3229 Carrying and transporting passengers illegally 200 4 7
76 3228 Writing phrases or placing stickers on vehicle without permission 200 - -
77 3038 Not taking road safety measures during vehicle breakdowns 200 - -
78 3142 Turning at undesignated points 200 4 -
79 3178 Turning the wrong way 200 4 -
80 3148 Loading a light vehicle in a way that may pose a danger to others or to the road 200 3 7
81 3154 Overload or protruding load on light vehicles without permission 200 3 7
82 3175 Stopping vehicle without keeping the distance specified by the law from a curve or junction 200 - -
83 3226 Transporting passengers by vehicle undesignated for this purpose 200 4 -
84 3074 Sudden swerve 200 4 -
88 3027 Reversing dangerously 200 - -
91 3220 Not securing vehicle while parked 200   -
92 3032 Parking in prohibited places 200 2 -
94 3224 Parking on road shoulder except in cases of emergency 200 - -
95 3088 Using multi-colored lights 200 - -
97 3047 Exceeding passenger limit 200 3 -
98 3097 Driving with tires in poor condition 200 - 7
99 3003 Driving with an expired driving license 200 3 -
100 3008 Not renewing vehicle registration after expiry 400 - -
101 3002 Driving unlicensed vehicle 200 - 7
103 3223 Not fixing number plates in designated places 200 2 -
104 3157 Driving with one number plate 200 2 -
105 3061 Driving at night or in foggy weather without lights 200 4 -
108 3026 Not using indicators when changing direction or turning 200 3 -
109 3081 Not giving way for vehicles to pass on the left 200 - -
110 3022 Not giving way to vehicles coming from the left where required 200 - -
111 3176 Stopping a vehicle in a way that may pose danger or block traffic 200 3 -
115 3143 Overtaking from the right 200 4 -
116 3144 Overtaking in a wrong way 200 3 -
117 3221 Driving an unlicensed vehicle 200 - 7
118 3112 Abuse of parking space 200 3 -
119 3053 Number plates with unclear numbers 200 3 -
121 3146 Light vehicle lane discipline 200 2 -
122 3033 Parking vehicles on pavement 200 3 -
123 3010 Not showing vehicle registration card when required 200 - -
124 3011 Not showing driving license when required 200 - -
127 3063 Using interior lights for no reason while driving 100 - -
130 3161 Broken lights 200 6 -
131 3179 Using horn in prohibited areas 200 - -
132 3065 Driving below minimum speed limit 200 - -
134 3173 Smoking inside taxis and buses 200 -
135 3220 Using hand-held mobile phone while driving 200 4  
137 3044 Calling on passengers in the presence of signs 100 - -
139 3150 Not carrying driving license while driving 100 - -
140 3151 Not carrying vehicle registration card while driving 100 - -
141 3057 Driving without spectacles or contact lenses 100 - -
143 3160 Broken indicator lights 100 2 -
144 3180 Using horn in a disturbing way 100 2 -
145 3099 Having no red light at the back of vehicle 100 - -
147 3124 Pedestrians crossing from undesignated places (If any existed) 200 - -

Driving Regulations

Advice to all drivers - "Follow the rules and you will stay out of trouble."

Getting ready to drive in UAE?
Below are some of the general points of interest to drivers in the UAE and will be handy. These are only guidelines. Please visit relevant websites for updated requirements. (www.dubai.ae, www.rta.ae. www.dubaipolice.gov.ae) While there may be certain changes in the rules for other Emitartes, broadly they are in the same pattern.

Driving on which Side of the Road

You drive on the Right Hand side of the road in UAE, unlike in UK, India, South Africa and few other countries,

Driving License

a) Visitors who are not residents of UAE:
For visitors on Tourist and Visit visa to drive, an International Driver's Permit (ensure this is valid as validity is for one year from date of issue) in conjunction with the national license of the driver is necessary for driving in the UAE. Alternatively, you can also obtain a temporary driver's license if you hold driver license issued by counties like USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Japan and few other West European countries. This is normally valid for 6 months and extendable by another six months.

b) Residents:
On resident visa, it is mandatory to have a driving license issued by UAE authorities. You can no longer use International Driving Permit or Temporary driver's license. You may be eligible to transfer your existing driving license, without having to take a driving test or going to a driving school, if you have a valid driving license from some countries. You have to be a citizen of the country given below with current resident status in UAE. This means that former residents from these countries who may be holding permanent driver licenses are not eligible and you will have to follow all the steps to get a new license.?
Nationals of the following countries can transfer their existing driving license by completing certain formalities. Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Kuwait, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom & United States. Others need to go through the driving test. (Please call RTA on 8009090 for any changes to this list).


In the event of an accident, driver must ensure that the vehicle does not block the traffic, and can move the vehicle to a side. In all cases, drivers have to wait for the police to come and make a police report without which insurance claim cannot be made. Even in cases where the perpetrator of the accident cannot be identified or found, the police have to be called and a police report has to be obtained. In the event of physical injury, the vehicle should not be moved.

Traffic Fines

There are radars, both stationary and mobile, monitoring the roads in the UAE. Fines are very heavy and it is therefore important to maintain the correct speed limit and follow other traffic rules (Pl see KNOW YOUR LIMITS page for details) .


In Dubai there are Salik gates (Toll gates) and every time a driver passes through the Salik gate the amount is automatically charged to the car number plate.

The dos and don'ts of parking your car

Parking comprises three components:

  • Entry
  • Positioning
  • Safe exit

No matter how good a driver you are, parking is a cause of concern for many. We find out why and how to get it right.
According to Robert Hodges, Chief Operating Officer of Emirates Driving Institute, parking in the UAE is generally treated too casually by drivers and is often the cause of accidents and vehicular damage.

Explaining the correct methods of parking, he said parking can be divided into three main components: entry into a parking space, positioning the vehicle in the parking space and safely exiting the parking space.

“Each of these three elements affect safety and can either heighten or reduce the probability of an accident or damage to your or another person’s vehicle. Whether you intend to park at the side of a road, or in a space in the parking area of a mall, the principles are the same,” said Hodges.

According to Hodges, reversing into a parking space is always safer.
(Please note Reversing into perpendicular slot is not permitted in Emirates. Check the direction in which the other vehicles are parked for assessing.)

“Whenever the traffic direction or angle of the parking bay allows, it is always safer to reverse into a parking bay. It is safer because it allows the driver to move out forwards on departure and have best direct visibility of hazards and any approaching vehicles or people. You can also then accelerate smoothly and match the surrounding road speed conditions more readily,” he said.

He added that reversing out also causes a traffic jam as the car that is reversing causes approaching traffic to stop.

“During this reverse and transition phase you, your passengers and your vehicle are all more vulnerable to a side impact from an inattentive oncoming driver,” he added

Dos and don’ts of parking

Here are the key points to consider while parking a vehicle:

Entry into parking

  • DO look well ahead to spot a parking space early and slow down progressively and carefully – do not suddenly stop without warning – you will be tail-ended.
  • DO ensure that you make full observation of all moving vehicles nearby, especially if you are parking at the side of a road, when your car’s movement may cause passing cars to swerve unnecessarily.
  • DO assess the correctness of the space and pull up short of the intended area to allow yourself space for proper and careful manoeuvring.
  • DO consider whether to drive in forwards or reverse in.
  • DO take stock of approaching vehicles. Use your indicator to show you intend to turn into the selected space.
  • DO wait until it is safe to move position; your parking movements should not cause any other vehicle to unintentionally change course or speed.
  • Do not just speed into the space, skid to a halt and imagine this is a safe thing to do.
  • When safe, carefully make the necessary turn into (forward) or reverse into (backward) the selected space. Constantly move your head and eyes and look around you and also make mirror checks. Good parking takes quite a few moments, and things can change around you during that time.
  • Positioning the vehicle

  • When in the space, open your door slightly and check the lines to ensure that you are within your correct space and parked straight. If not, then either reposition or change to a better available larger parking space.
  • If parked in a parallel bay at the side of a road, check that you are central, and that your front or rear end is not overhanging the next space. This is selfish and is also a police traffic offence.
  • In a mall or roadside ‘side by side’ parking (60°/ 90°/ angular) check the adjacent vehicle’s doors are not blocked by your having parked too close. If necessary, move gently out of the space and reposition your vehicle. This will avoid dents and damage to either your car or the car next to you.
  • DO consider folding-in your door mirrors to enable people to pass your parked car if the parking bays are narrow.
  • DO reverse into a straight line (parallel) parking bay at the side of the road. This allows good manoeuvrability. If you drive in front-first, then your tail-end will be left sticking out as an obstruction. Always park in the direction of traffic flow.
  • DO check roadside signs for RTA parking rules – purchase a parking ticket or mPark notification if required.
  • When you leave your vehicle, ensure it is locked, and that valuables (tablets/laptops/satnavs) are all safely out of sight.
  • Never leave the vehicle unattended with its engine running, or with children left on their own to ‘play’ in the car with the engine running. The first is a Federal Traffic offence, the second is irresponsible parenting, risking injury/death. Exiting the parking space
  • DO check that you and all your passengers are seated and wearing seat belts/child seats prior to starting your engine.
  • DO make all-around observations to check for people (especially kids), obstructions (trolleys/ concrete pillars/ barriers/ cars parked too close), make a judgement as to whether you will need to move out straight or immediately steer on initial movement.
  • DO not allow your car to move until you know there are no other vehicles moving past you.
  • Never just reverse out and expect other cars to stop for you. Wait until your exit area is clear and then drive out slowly and smoothly, making observations all the while.
  • DO not trust ‘anti-collision sensors’ – these are driver aids only and the driver should make the decision, not the electronic systems.
  • If you are reversing out and do not have good visibility, ‘inch out’ at a minuscule speed, and keep careful, continuous watch for moving cars or people.
  • DO open your window, and listen for other approaching vehicles and/or people.
  • DO consider asking your passenger or a parking attendant to help you reverse by giving you hand signals as to safety.
  • DO not imagine that (wrongly) switching on your hazard lights when exiting a parking bay will give you the automatic ‘right’ to move into the path of vehicles travelling past you. It doesn’t! Stop, look and listen until it is safe to move.

Fact Box

Electronic parking aids
Many modern vehicles have various parking aids fitted, but experts suggest a cautious use of these as they are only aids. These devices are only to support the drivers and help their decision-making and should not be allowed to take control.

Auto-parking systems – These should always allow the driver to control the speed of reversing, and to over-ride and stop the parking movement if necessary. The responsibility for safety will always be that of the driver and not the electronic system.

Rear parking ‘cross-traffic sensors’ –Quite commonplace now, these devices are intended to warn the driver of vehicles coming past whilst they reverse their car. The drivers can use this system to aid decision-making, but the drivers must use their own eyes and ears to check if it is safe to move the vehicle. Sensors can be affected by dirt/moisture/multi-path signals and can give erroneous indications. Never simply just accept what the sensor tells you, always check visually yourself.

Reversing cameras -Nowadays almost a standard fit on many cars, reverse cameras are a great help to the driver when making reversing decisions. But the sunshine-angle can sometimes suddenly cause the camera to ‘white-out’, so the driver must also look out of the rear window intermittently and also check all mirrors for safety. The reversing cameras also show a somewhat distorted wide-angle ‘fish-eye lens’ view of the area behind your vehicle, so great care must be exercised when reversing — things are often much closer than they appear. So always reverse very slowly and carefully

Gulf News
Published: 07:00 October 26, 2014,
By Shafaat Shahbandari, Staff Reporter

Traffic Violations and Fines

(Please visit relevant websites for updated requirements)