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PDRM offers up to 50% discount on certain traffic summonses starting tomorrow!

Social NewsPDRM offers up to 50% discount on certain traffic summonses starting tomorrow!

The Royal Malaysia Police’s (PDRM) traffic investigation and enforcement department (JSPT) is once again having their “Bayar Saman” campaign and they are offering up to 50% discounts for traffic summonses starting tomorrow (18 June) and will end a month later on 18 July.

Source: Facebook

However, this discount given will not be applicable for all court cases, other major offences committed this year, heavy vehicle offences and exhaust modification summonses, as written in the statement from JSPT.

Other major offences includes:

  • Beating red traffic lights
  • Using emergency lanes
  • Dangerously cutting queues
  • Crossing over double lines
  • Accidents
  • Offences that cannot be compounded
Source: Facebook

According to a statement released by JSPT Chief, Datuk Azisman Bin Alias, he said that the public can register themselves through the PDRM’s official portal at https://mybayar.rmp.gov.my, or download the “MyBayar Saman” application on the Google Play Store or Apple Store.

The JSPT also mentioned that the “MyBayar Saman” application had been upgraded to enable companies and business entities to register as users and to settle their summonses through the application.

Meanwhile, during the campaign period, all summon payment counters at the Contingent and the District Police Headquarters (IPD) will be closed as an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19 virus during the Full Movement Control Order (FMCO).

Datuk Azisman Alias urge the public to make use of the “MyBayar Saman” application and to support the government’s initiative to provide a completely cashless payment service to the public.

He added that he hopes that the discount will be able to relief the burden of those in financial distress during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Quickly settle your summonses and get yourself out of their blacklist!

Read the statement from JSTP here:


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