RTA launches R-coded plates featuring distinguished numbers this month

December 19, 2015 11:31 am

Sultan Al Marzooki

The Licensing Agency, Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), is all set for the debut of Code R of vehicle plates featuring a diverse cast of four and five-digit plates on Dec 20, 2015. Numbers will be on offer for sale at RTA’s customers’ service centers, service providers, website as well as Drivers & Vehicles App in smart-phones.

“The Licensing Agency is always keen on issuing new licensing codes in alphabetical order to fulfill customers’ expectations. The new R-coded plates will therefore be on offer this month including an array of distinguished numbers to the like of enthusiasts,” said Sultan Al Marzooki, Director of Vehicle Licensing, RTA Licensing Agency.

“R-coded plates are offered for direct sale through a number of channels including customers’ service centers in Deira, Umm Ramool and Deira; RTA portal (www.rta.ae), service providers, and auto dealers who have vehicle registration service. This new code is released in response to the needs and expectations of community members particularly those interested in owning this code. Four-digit plates will be offered at starting prices ranging from AED2,620 to AED3,620, and five-digit place will be on sale at prices starting from AED1,620 to AED3,620,” explained Al Marzooki.

“The RTA is also seeking to consolidate its online services by motivating customers to use smart apps provided such as the Drivers & Vehicles App provided in key platforms of smart-phones like Apple Store and Google Play. Numbers and Licensing Plates services are provided in the App, rendering it easy for customers to obtain the numbers they fancy in a hassle-free environment matching to our objective of making people happier,” added the Director of Vehicle Licensing, RTA Licensing Agency.


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