The Licensing Agency at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), in cooperation with the Dubai International Motor Show 2015 held between the 10 – 14 November 2015, is all set for staging the 88th Open Number Plates Auction on November 14th at Al Multaqa Hall, Dubai World Trade Center.
About 110 distinguished vehicle plates will be on offer during the auction, and registration will open on Sunday November 8th.
“RTA’s distinguished number plates auction is held for the second time at the Dubai World Trade Center in cooperation with the Dubai International Motor Show. The auction is held in the context of the strategic cooperation between the RTA and the Dubai World Trade Center at the sidelines of the Dubai International Motor Show which is now celebrating its 13th edition. Such an event, which is held biennially, attracts considerable number of visitors from the UAE and far afield. RTA’s participation bears multiple potential benefits such as showcasing the services of Vehicles Licensing Dep’t, educating the public and visitors about various services of the RTA, generating revenues and optimizing expenditure,” said Sultan Al Marzuoqi, Director of Vehicles Licensing at RTA Licensing Agency.
“About 110 distinguished licensing plates will be offered comprising two, three, four and five-digit plates bearing H-I-J-K-L-M-N-O-P-Q codes, including two plates for vintage vehicles and seven plates for motorbikes, rendering it more appealing to a wide spectrum of number plate enthusiasts. The Auction will be a great opportunity for various spectrums of community members to attend and acquire the plates they fancy under a highly competitive environment,” added Al Marzooki.
Highlighting the participation procedures, he said: “Registration for the auction will open on Sunday 8th November and continues up to 4 pm on the Auction day. Registration can be made through RTA customers’ service centres in Dubai such as Customers’ Service Centres at Umm Al Ramool, Deira, and Al Barsha, or through RTA portal (www.rta.ae). The process requires depositing a retrievable security cheque amounting to AED25,000.”