Dubai Municipality previously explained that this type of behaviour can “tarnish the aesthetic appearance of the city,” and issued the reminder to residents who might be planning a long trip abroad during their summer holiday.
Municipal inspectors will target vehicles that look as though they have not been used in a long time, which means they will look out for the big tell-tale signs on the car, and check if it is damaged, vandalised, contains rubbish, or if it has been stationary for a long time.
Once the unkempt car has been identified, inspectors will stick a notice on the vehicle’s windshield.
Drivers will then have 15 days to clean the vehicle, otherwise, the car will be impounded by authorities.
If the vehicle owner does not contact the municipality to pay the fine, the vehicle will be sold by auction, as per the rules issued by Dubai Municipality.
Washing your vehicle once a week is the easiest way to prevent your car exterior from rusting.
But there are a few extra tips you can follow to maintain your vehicle in top shape:
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