The Saudi Traffic Department (Moroor) has issued a procedure for withdrawing the cancelled fines for traffic violations. It is recently reported that the traffic department (Moroor) said in a statement on Twitter that the cancelled fine will be refunded from the account from which the traffic violation fine was paid. What will be the procedure? Where can we file an objection regarding the fine? Keep reading the topic till the end to know more details.
Filing Objections to Specific Violations
In an earlier statement, the Traffic Department (Moroor) said that local citizens and Saudi expats could file objections to the specific traffic violations.
Where can you File a Complaint?
According to the traffic department (Moroor), anyone objecting to the fine could file a complaint online. Pls follow the below steps for filing the claim:
- Login to www.moi.gov.sa
- Click services,
- then traffic services and then
- to the box objecting to traffic violations.
However, the Saudi Traffic Department (Moroor) said that online objections can be lodged within 30 days of registering a traffic violation. Read more: Saudi Traffic Department Clarifies to Show Original Saudi Driving License Instead Digital One
Question by the Locals regarding the Refunding of the Fine if Proved Illegal
A citizen had asked the department (Moroor) that,
If the traffic authority accepts the objection and declares the fine illegal, will the amount of the fine paid to be refunded or not and what will be the procedure?
Reply by the Traffic Department (Moroor)
The Traffic Department (Moroor), in reply, clarified that if the objection to the traffic violation is found to be valid by the Traffic Authority, the fine is cancelled and the amount of the fine received is refunded to the same account in which it was deposited. Read more: 12 Cases Where an Insurance Company can Refuse to Pay a Claim
The Saudi Traffic Department (Moroor) cleared all the queries of the local citizen regarding the objection of fines and the process of its refunding if the fine is proved wrong. Read more: Clarification by Morror to Travel Outside the Kingdom Without Paying Traffic Fines