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Good news: RAK offers 50% cut in traffic fines

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11:24 Nov 2nd, 2016 [06:24 Nov 2nd local time]
In a new campaign to reduce the burden of outstanding traffic fines on motorists, money owed for unpaid fines has been cut in half, police here said on Monday, if paid by the end of the year. Starting on November 1, motorists are being given a two-month grace period on outstanding fines until the cut-off deadline of December 31, said the Ras Al Khaimah Police Traffic Department.

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