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The General Traffic Department (Moroor) in Saudi Arabia renewed its reminder on setting the curtains on the car windows is a traffic violation and the violation fine ranges from 150SR to 300 Saudi Riyals.
In response to an inquiry from a Saudi citizen on this matter, Moroor said, “Putting curtains is a traffic violation, according to Table No. 2 Paragraph 10, which states placing barriers inside or outside the vehicle that disrupt the driver’s vision and this violation has a fine of 150 to 300 riyals.
In his inquiry on Twitter, the Saudi citizen asked the Moroor that, “Is the back curtain in a car a violation? And how much is the fine for this violation?”. – On the other hand, Traffic department clarified that, the Traffic Law requires, all vehicle drivers to conduct a periodic technical inspection annually, except for new private vehicles, which are examined after 3 years of being licensed to drive for the first time.
Earlier, Moroor announced a fine of 100 SR, on failing to renew driving license on time or after the expiration of 60 days period.
Source :Saudi Expatriates