Parking In Dubai: Here’s How To Get Seasonal Permits

by Deeplata Garde
Parking In Dubai: Here’s How To Get Seasonal Permits

The city government of the UAE has established new fee-based parking zones. In Dubai, parking fees are a relatively straightforward process. You can pay at parking metres via an app, an SMS, or a WhatsApp message. However, you can be someone who must park for several hours each day or forget to pay. Seasonal permits are provided by Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to simplify your life.

Availability Criteria Seasonal Permits

There are two types of cards available:

1. A: This permit is valid in Dubai’s metered parking zones A, B, C, and D.

2. B: Only pay parking zones B and D are eligible for the use of this category.

Except for Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City, Knowledge Village, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Deira Fish Market, Dubai Silicon Oasis, and Gold Souq, all places accept paid parking restrictions.

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How To Apply?

There are two ways to apply for this seasonal permits. You can either use it from the website or the RTA app. The following steps will help with the application process on the varied RTA platform.

RTA Website is simple to operate. Just open the portal, and enter the card and vehicle information. Then pick the category and year span of the card. Add your contact information, such as your email and phone number. Finish with validation and payment.


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In RTA App, make a profile or enter a UAE Pass to access the RTA app. Follow this by clicking the tab for parking attendants. Select the option labelled as Seasonal Parking Card.
Review the conditions and continue. Now pick a kind of permit and select the tab labelled Add Your Vehicle. A client may add a maximum of three vehicles to a yearly parking permit. By default, the first automobile will be in motion. Decide on the car’s licence plate number and cover the costs.

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