The official said, “The value of the traffic ticket will increase to its maximum if it is not paid within a month of registering it in the system. But we already inform violators of the traffic violations through text messages,” he added. Source: Arab News.
I heard that some 5,6 years ago, people had to pay fines due to traffic violations. If this fine was not paid in time, you had to pay penalties and fines for the late payment of a fine. Most of the expatriates living in Saudi Arabia want to pay fines as soon as it is due to avoid the penalty for the late payment.[irp]
However, many of them don’t get to know about their fines. How would you pay your fine when you don’t even know about it? This problem was solved when the government provided access to each and every expatriate living in Saudi Arabia to check fines under their Iqama.
Now by accessing the website of Ministry of Interior, you can check the fines and penalties due to traffic violations under your Iqama very easily.
First of all, you must have an activated ministry of interior account. If you don’t have an account, create an account from this link. I have explained the step by step procedure to create Ministry of Interior Account in this article. ”Register for MOI Account”
If you already have an account with MOI, you need to login to it. The procedure to login to MOI has been changed significantly. New procedure is explained in this link “Process to login to MOI (Abshir) account”
After logging into your account, you need to click on “Eservices”, a drop-down menu will appear from where you need to select “Traffic” and after that click on the “Query Traffic Violations.”
A new page will appear detailing unpaid traffic violations (if any). In the case of the attached screenshot, there is no unpaid traffic violation. If you want to check unpaid traffic violation of any of your dependent, you can also check it from the same screen. Just select the family member name from the drop-down list and his unpaid traffic violation will appear on your screen.