JPJ, PDRM offering up to 80% discounts on summonses, Dec 9-12



In conjunction with the government’s “100-Hari Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia” (AKM) programme, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) have announced that they will be offering discounts of up to 80% off on unpaid traffic summonses from 9-12 December 2021.

For police summonses, those that have been issued within the Federal Territories (Kuala Lumpur, Labuan, Putrajaya) will be discounted by 80%, while those from all other states get a 70% discount (minimum RM30 payment).

However, the discount will not be offered to summonses that involve accidents, dangerous driving, misuse of emergency lanes, disobeying traffic lights, non-compoundable offences, exhaust modifications, as well as those involving heavy commercial vehicles.

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Payments can be made at PDRM’s kiosk during the event at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, which will be operating daily throughout the four-day programme from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm. Alternatively, you can also make your payments via the counters at the police headquarters of your respective districts, or through the MyBayar Saman mobile app and website.

As for JPJ, the department will be offering an 80% discount for all outstanding summonses for compoundable offences during the same period. These of course exclude cases that have already been referred to the courts (including those already with arrest warrants, or are currently undergoing trial).

Just like the PDRM, the JPJ-issued summonses can be paid at the JPJ mobile unit and kiosks during the AKM event at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, via JPJ payment counters at their district branches, or online through the mySikap JPJ website.

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However, those that have already been blacklisted will be required to be physically present at a JPJ counter for documentation purposes, before any payments can be made. The public is advised to check the status of their summonses (if any), especially those related to AES offences via the mySikap JPJ portal to ensure that they are eligible for the discounts.

[Source: PDRM/Facebook, JPJ Malaysia/Facebook]



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