With all the services related to vehicle registrations suspended due to the continuing spread of COVID-19 in the sultanate, the Royal Oman Police (ROP) has announced the availability of self-service kiosks at various commercial outlets.
The ROP, with the support of Oman National Engineering and Investment Company and Omantel, has installed the machines for this purpose across governorates.
In a statement, ROP said, “In cooperation with ONEIC, self-service devices have been installed to print the vehicle licence at various locations.”
In Muscat, the kiosks are available at the ONEIC main office in Al Khuwayr, Lulu Amerat, Lulu Darsait, Lulu Ghubrah, Lulu Al Bandar, Lulu Wadi al Dawadmi and Lulu Mabaila.
With the support of Omantel, the service is available in City Center Qurum, Omantel Hall (Al Khoud) and Omantel Hall ( Amerat).
In South Batinah Governorate, the kiosks are located in Lulu Sandan, Lulu Barka and Lulu Rustaq. In North Batinah Governorate, it is available in Lulu Sohar, Lulu Al Khabura, Lulu Suwaiq and Sohar City Center.
The the service is also available in Lulu Buraimi and Omantel Hall (Al Buraimi) in Buraimi Governorate, Lulu Salalah and Omantel Hall (Salalah) in Dhofar Governorate and Lulu Ibra and Omantel Hall (Ibra) in North Sharqiyah Governorate.
In South Sharqiyah, a kiosk is placed at the Omantel Gallery (Sur), in Dhahirah Governorate in Omantel Hall (Ibri), and in Nizwa Grand Mall in Dakhliyah Governorate.
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