Have you ever climbed Jebel Jais and gone through the “Aber” toll gate? If you are driving through Ras Al Khaimah and come across this toll gate, you might be unsure of whether you need to pay the toll or sign up for an “Aber” sticker or tag.
Here is what you need to know if you’re unclear about how “Aber” operates or whether visitors to Ras Al Khaimah are required to pay for this toll gate.
What is Aber?
The multi-lane free-flow electronic tolling system in Ras Al Khaimah is called “Aber,” which means “open or clear pass” (MLFF). This indicates that there are no toll booths, queueing obstacles, or gates used at the “Aber” toll gate. The Public Services Department of Ras Al Khaimah is in charge of running the “Aber” toll gate system (PSD).
Do all vehicles need to pay for the Aber toll gate?
The “Aber” toll-free number, 800 9898, states that only trucks and large vehicles are eligible to use the “Aber” toll gate system. Fees are collected at the “Aber” toll gate from trucks that are traversing Ras Al Khaimah.
Owners of trucks and other large, heavy-duty vehicles must apply for an “Aber” tag online at the official website, aber.rak.ae, or in person at the PSD headquarters.
The applicant must have their company’s information on hand for the Aber registration, including the license number, email address, and mobile number. The number of axles a truck has determines how much it will cost to issue an “Aber” sticker. Axle: A type of rod that rotates the wheels and bears the weight of the vehicle.
You must pick up the “Aber” tag from the PSD main office after completing the registration and paying for the badge.
Where can one find the ‘Aber’ toll gates?
The following areas have a “Aber” gate if you are travelling to Ras Al Khaimah:
- Al Sadi: Al Shohadaa Road
- Al Ghail: – Al Manama – Ras Al Khaimah – Fujairah
- Showka – E102 – Ras al Khaimah
- Jebel Jais