LIST OF TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES IN KSA (2019).Here is the updated list of traffic violations and penalties in Saudi Arabiafor 2019

Penalty ranging from SR 100 to SR 150

  •  Leaving the vehicle with its engine running 
  • Not possessing insurance 
  • Crossing roads in areas unspecified for pedestrians 
  • Failing to give way to pedestrians at crossings.

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Penalty ranging from SR 100 to SR 300

  • For not using indicators while changing lanes 
  • Reverse vehicles to more than 20 m on main roads 
  • Not holding a license 
  • Excessive use of their car horn 
  • Not taking a vehicle for maintenance 
  • Not wearing a seat belt 
  • Failing to leave sufficient distance between vehicles 
  • Crowd at the scene of accidents. 

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Fines ranging from SR 300 to SR 500

  • Littering
  • Not focusing on driving 
  • Holding an expired license 
  • Not using a child seat 

Penalty ranging from SR 500 to SR 900

  • violations Follow emergency vehicles using a siren 
  • Not stopping at traffic signals
  •  Writing slogans or putting stickers on cars 
  • Tinting windows beyond specified limits 

Fines ranging from SR 1,000 to SR 2,000

  • Not having a number plate or using a damaged late 
  • Carrying more passengers than specified in the registration 
  • Not using lights when driving at night and gathering at joy riding areas 

Penalty ranging from SR 3,000 to SR 6,000

  • Skipping or jumping traffic signals
  • Overtaking buses when students disembark and driving on the wrong side of the road 

Penalty ranging from SR 5,000 to SR 10,000

  •  For driving using another car’s number plate or erasing or concealing the number plate.
Abid Latif is a highly experienced and knowledgeable professional specializing in Saudi Arabia's laws, regulations, and tech. He has lived and worked in Saudi Arabia for over 15 years and deeply understands the country's legal system, immigration policies, banking system, and telecom industry.


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