6 levels of over speeding traffic camera fines in 2019

The limit over speeding violations detected by traffic camera in Saudi Arabia results in different amounts of fines by the MOI in 2019. You might not know that there are 6 levels of over speeding traffic camera fines in Saudi Arabia which have been explained below.

Saudi Traffic Police has recently changed the amount of fine on over-speeding violations detected by traffic cameras. The traffic fine on a road with a speed limit of 120km/hr is different from the road where the limit is 140km/hr.

Moreover, the buffer limit which used to be 10% of the maximum speed limit has also been changed. Recommended: What is the meaning of Single and Double Flash of Saher Camera?

Over speeding traffic camera fines in Saudi Arabia – 120km/hr or less

The over speeding violations detected by traffic camera in Saudi Arabia on roads where the speed limit is 120/km per hour or less results in the following 6 different amounts of fines by the MOI in 2019.

1-There is a grace speed of 9km/hr of the speed limit. Let’s say, if the speed limit on a road is 90 kph, Saudi traffic camera will not flash up to 99 kph and hence there will be no fine. In case the maximum speed is 120 kph, Saher camera will not flash by 129 kph.

2-There is a fine of SR 150 to SR 300 if you exceed the speed limit by less than 20 kph. Let’s say, if the maximum speed limit is 120 kph and Saudi traffic camera flashes as you are driving at 130 kph, you are most likely to get a fine of SR 150. However, if you are caught driving at 135 kph, the amount of fine will be SR 300.

3-There is a fine of SR 300 to SR 500 if you over-speed by 20km/hr to 30km/hr over and above the speed limit.

4-There is a fine of SR 800 to SR 1,000 if you over-speed by 30km/hr to 40km/hr over and above the speed limit.

5-There is a fine of SR 1,200 to SR 1,500 if you over-speed by 40km/hr to 50km/hr over and above the speed limit.

6-There is a fine of SR 1,500 to SR 2,000 if you over-speed by more than 50km/hr over and above the speed limit.

The following table published by the Saudi Traffic Police explains the traffic violations for over-speeding on the roads with a maximum speed limit of 140km/hr in detail. Recommended: 8 Features of New Saher Cameras installed in Saudi Arabia

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Over speeding traffic camera fines in Saudi Arabia – 140km/hr

The over speeding violations detected by traffic camera in Saudi Arabia on roads where the speed limit is 140/km per hour results in the following 6 different amounts of fines by the MOI in 2019.

1-There is a grace speed of 4km/hr of the speed limit. Saudi traffic camera will not flash up to 144 kph and hence there will be no fine. Saher camera will flash at 145 km/hr speed. Be careful, the grace limit, in this case, is just 4km/hr unlike 9km/hr as stated above.

2-There is a fine of SR 300 to SR 500 if you exceed the maximum speed limit by less than 10 kph. Let’s say, if Saudi traffic camera flashes as you are driving at 145 kph, you are most likely to get a fine of SR 300. However, if you are caught driving at 150 kph, the amount of fine will be SR 500.

3-There is a fine of SR 800 to SR 1,000 if you over-speed by 10km/hr to 20km/hr over and above the speed limit of 140km/hr.

4-There is a fine of SR 1,200 to SR 1,500 if you over-speed by 30km/hr to 30km/hr over and above the speed limit of 140km/hr.

5-There is a fine of SR 1,500 to SR 2,000 if you over-speed by more than 30km/hr over and above the speed limit of 140km/hr.

The following table published by the Saudi Traffic Police explains the traffic violations for over-speeding on the roads with a maximum speed limit of 140km/hr in detail. Recommended: What is the fine for crossing red traffic signal with camera?

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6-If drivers exceed 170 kph speed, licenses are suspended and they are taken to court. Punishments include detention and even withdrawal of license in case of repeat offenses. It is also communicated that the driver will be notified 3 times through SMS and will be asked to report to the traffic police.

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