Self-service devices installed for printing vehicle licence

      Published on Monday, 1 June , 2020      1467 Views     
Self-service devices installed for printing vehicle licence


Royal Oman Police (ROP) has activated self-service devices to print a vehicle licence in various governorates.

A statement issued online by ROP said, “In cooperation with the Oman National Company for Engineering and Investment, self-service devices have been activated to print the vehicle license in the following locations:

1. Main office in Al Khuwair, Lulu of Al Amerat, Lulu of Darset, Al Ghubrah Lulu, Al Bandar Lulu, Wadi Al Lawami Lulu and Al Ma’abilah Lulu in Muscat governorate.

2. Sandan Industrial area, Barka Lulu and Lulu of Rustaq in South Al Batinah Governorate.

3. Sohar Lulu, Lulu of Al Khabura and Al Sewaiq Lulu in North Al Batinah Governorate.

4. Buraimi Lulu in Buraimi Governorate.

5. Salalah Lulu in Dhofar Governorate.

6. Ibra Lulu in North Al Sharqiyah Governorate.

The ROP added: “The following are the locations of Omantel self-service devices to print vehicle licenses after completing the process of renewing the vehicle registry through the Royal Oman Police application:

1-Qurum City Center, Omantel hall (Al Khoudh) and Omantel hall (Al Amerat) in Muscat governorate.

2-Omantel hall (Ibra) in North Al Sharqiyah governorate.

3-Omantel hall (Buraimi) in Buraimi governorate.

4-Omantel hall (Salalah) in Dhofar governorate.

5-Omantel hall (Sur) in South Al Sharqiyah governorate.

6-Omantel hall (Ibri) in Ad Dhahirah governorate.

7-Nizwa Grand Mall in Al Dakhiliyah governorate.



8- Sohar City Center in North Al Batinah governorate.

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Category Oman News, Technology | 2020/06/01 latest update at 11:00 AM
Source : Times of Oman | Photocredit : Google
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