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Salik (road toll)


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4 years ago on November 3, 2014
Last modified
1 month ago on December 10, 2018

Salik (road toll)

Salik, meaning open or clear, is Dubai’s road toll collection system. First launched in July 2007, Salik is a free flow tolling system that operates without toll booths, barriers or gates, allowing traffic to move freely through tolling points at highway speeds.

Website: [URL][/URL]

[HEADER]All Salik road toll gates in Dubai[/HEADER]
[BOLD]Al Garhoud Bridge Salik Gate
Al Maktoum Bridge Salik Gate
Al Safa Salik Gate
Al Barsha Salik Gate
Airport Tunnel Salik Gate
Al Mamzar Salik Gate 1
Al Mamzar Salik Gate 2[/BOLD]

View all Salik gates locations on Google map: [URL][/URL]

[HEADER]Important News & Updates[/HEADER]
Unused Salik credit to be cancelled after 5 years – [URL]§ion=transport[/URL]
Inform Salik if you change your plate number or sell your vehicle
Always buy a new Salik Tag when you purchase a new vehicle

[HEADER]Salik Smartphone Apps[/HEADER]
Download from Google Play: [URL][/URL]
Download from Apple App Store: [URL][/URL]

[HEADER]Ways to recharge your Salik tag[/HEADER]
[BOLD]Credit Cards / ePay[/BOLD]
Recharge your Salik account using your Credit Card.

mPay is a one stop online payment channel for all your fees by Dubai Government.

[BOLD]Recharge Card[/BOLD]
Recharge your Salik account using a recharge card.

[BOLD]Recharge for Friend[/BOLD]
Service allowing you to recharge for a friend using a recharge card.

[HEADER]Salik Violations[/HEADER]
The Violation Management section allows you to search for Salik violations you may have incurred and gives you the option to dispute them. To use this feature, you can search for violations by providing your vehicle registration information. Once the results are displayed, one or more violations may be submitted for dispute. Salik aims to complete all dispute investigations within 15 working days of submission. Submitted disputes can be viewed online throughout the entire dispute process.

[HEADER]Frequently Asked Questions[/HEADER]
[BOLD]Where can I purchase my Salik Tag?[/BOLD]

You can purchase your Salik tag from selected branches of Emarat, EPPCO/ ENOC or ADNOC petrol stations and also from Dubai Islamic Bank or Emirates NBD Bank. If you have not received a SMS from Salik within 10 days of purchase acknowledging that your new tag was registered, you should contact Salik.

[BOLD]What happens if I don’t have a Salik tag and I pass through a Salik Toll Gate?[/BOLD]

If you pass through a Salik toll gate without a Salik tag on your vehicle, you must purchase a tag within 10 days to open a Salik account or add the new tag to your existing Salik account. Failure to do this will result in toll violations of AED 100 for the first day you pass, AED 200 for the second day and AED 400 for each subsequent day you pass through the gate.

[BOLD]How do I check if I have Salik violations?[/BOLD]

You can verify any Salik violations by accessing Violation Management on the Salik website You can enter your vehicle’s license plate details and search for both paid and not paid violations.

Read more – [URL][/URL]


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