Salik is the Dubai’s road toll collection system. The heart of the system is the Salik tag which is attached to the vehicle windshield and utilizes the latest Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to positively identify the vehicle as it passes through a Salik tolling point.
Motorists with electronic Salik car tags will be automatically charged Dh4 each time they pass through the gates, with an upper limit of Dh24 a day regardless of the number of trips.Commuters without Salik tags, or insufficient Salik account credit, will be fined if they pass through the gates Salik Gates There are four Salik gates in Dubai — two on Shaikh Zayed Road and one each on Al Maktoum and Al Gharhoud bridges. Two more salik gates introduced in April 15, 2013. Listed below.
New Salik Gates
Al Ittihad Road near Al Mamzar Bridge - Will be using by Sharjah and Ajman-based commuters
Beirut Road near Airport Tunnel.
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How it works
Each time you pass through a Salik tolling point your vehicle is detected using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology that is built into your Salik sticker tag and the toll of AED 4 will be deducted from your prepaid toll account. ref:http://www.salik.gov.ae/en/home