If you are yet to settle your unpaid traffic summons then it is time to do so now. According to Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) director Datuk Azisman Alias, you just have to bear half the cost of the outstanding summon issued to you from 18th January 2020 to 1st February 2020. If that isn’t a great start to the new year’s then we don’t know what is.
Forget about the long queues at the Road Transport Department Malaysia, you can now pay all of your outstanding summonses online with just a click on your phone. Through MyEG and Rilek, Malaysians are encouraged to make use of e-payments to the fullest.
As compared to 2018 with a total of 5,870 cases, the numbers are slightly lowered to 5,763 cases of fatal crashes last year.
“This is JSPT’s key performance index where we have reduced fatal accidents by 107 cases or 1.8%. Although the number is small, this is our KPI, and we expect this number to reduce every year,” he added.
With the festive season around the corner, remember to stay safe on the road and not go against the traffic laws. That said, get your summons paid off by the February 1.
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