Now a fine of AED 1,000 for motorists parking in from of villas without owners approval
Residents residing in the UAE will now have to look for more official parking areas to park their vehicles if they want to avoid having to pay a fine of AED 1,000 in front houses such as the villas and the bungalows without the permission or approval of the owner.
Also, the Abu Dhabi Municipality has announced that the ‘No Parking’ signs outside the homes of residents by the owners are prohibited to be placed without the approval from the authorities that are concerned with this matter.
Residents who also place such kinds of signs and board outside their homes will be slapped with a fine of AED 1,000. Not only are the resident prohibited from placing the signs right outside their homes, they are also prohibited from placing the signs on their fences, on a placard on the road and on any other addition.
The municipality has also strictly informed that the fine for the violation must be strictly paid in court within a matter of 30 days or else the case will be taken to court. Abu Dhabi municipality has said that, “The law prohibits such behaviour, and penalizes individuals who distort the appearance of the city or install signboards with the authorization of the competent authorities”.
Further adding, “People should stop warning other motorists not to park in front of their homes because it is a public space, and not designated to any particular person.”