With the implementation of Saher System in Saudi Arabia, now there are traffic cameras on almost every second signal you pass. Moreover, there are speed cameras on almost every road you travel. Sometimes speed allowed speed is 100Km and sometimes it is 90Km.
Sometimes even on the same road, you will find signs from the traffic department stating two different speed limits. It is very important to check your traffic violations every now and then otherwise it can be problematic. We have also published a list of traffic violations in Saudi Arabia in this article.
Procedure to Get Location and Time of Traffic Violations: Whenever a vehicle owned and registered under your Iqama is involved in some traffic violation, a message is sent to your number registered by MOI. This message contains the Traffic Violation ID. In order to register your account with MOI, please follow this link.
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 “E-Services”, a drop-down menu will appear from where you need to select “Traffic” and after that click on the “Query Traffic Violations.”
A new screen will open and from this screen, you need to decide for which traffic violation you want to get location and time. Right now, I don’t have any unpaid traffic violation so I will check the time and location of paid violations.
A list of traffic violations you have committed will appear from where you need to select the traffic violation for which you want to get location and time. Click on “More Details” in front of the traffic violation. On this screen, you can see the time of traffic violation.
A new screen will appear along with a map which is connected with Google Maps. You can check the location where you have committed traffic violation through this map. Sometimes the location provided is not 100% accurate and you need to provide for a margin of error of around 5Km.