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UAE Oman ministries seek to insure vehicles at border

posted on 03/05/2004: 541 views


The Ministry of Interior of the UAE and Oman are considering asking vehicle owners plying between the two countries to insure their vehicles against third party at the border. Sources said the vehicles would not be allowed to cross the borders unless they have an insurance certificate against third party. The insurance procedures can be completed at the borders through an insurance office of each country.



Sources said the decision follows a resolution taken by a special committee of the ministries of economy and commerce of the two countries in a meeting held recently in Abu Dhabi in a bid to avoid loss of rights of involved parties when an accident occurs. They pointed out that the claim would be confined to the insurance against the third party. (The Gulf Today)

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