COVID-19 has literally taken the world by storm. Within a span of few months, it has infected almost 500,000 people and resulting in over 20,000 deaths. Governments of different countries have been taking several measures to rein in this deadly pandemic by practising social distancing. The UAE Government is also at the forefront in taking steps which will enable us to do our tasks keeping in mind the social distancing requirement to keep the virus in check.
As a part of the same, the UAE Ministry of Interior announced that motorists can renew the registration cards of their vehicles can be fully renewed without the need to visit the service delivery centers for three months, starting from 22-Mar-2020.
So what does this mean for you?
It implies that you can get your registration renewed completely online, just like you can renew your car insurance! There is no requirement of testing your vehicles or paying any fines!
Just follow the simple 2 step process below:
1. Purchase Car Insurance Online:
Bankonus.com is at your service 24×7 to meet all your insurance requirements. In case of any specific requirement, our agents are working remotely to assist you in your buying journey during the regular working hours (Daily: 9 AM to 8 PM). So you can get your policy in minutes without moving out of the comfort of your homes!
2. Renew Your Car Registration Online:
Once you have your insurance, you may use any amongst the several digital channels provided by RTA, like the RTA Dubai App, or the RTA website, go to the services section and follow the instructions.
This essentially means that you need not get out of your homes, join the #StayHome movement and still ensure that your car registration is renewed!
Bankonus Team is always at your disposal to assist you to compare across multiple insurance providers and their respective plans and get the right insurance plan based on your specific requirements. In case you are unable to make a choice, feel free to connect with our expert at 800-BANKONUS (80022656687).
Let’s ensure that we stay at home and make our contribution towards fighting COVID-19.