65,000 outstanding traffic summonses not settled by Brunei drivers


(Above) Motorists settling their fines while ACP Lim (standing behind traffic cop) watches. (Left) Vehicles from Brunei being checked for outstanding summonses at the Sarawak-Brunei border checkpoint. — Stephen THEN/The Star

MIRI: Settle your fines – that is the message from Miri police to the 65,000 drivers of Brunei vehicles who owe millions of ringgit in unpaid traffic summonses.

Miri police are carrying out an operation to identify drivers of Brunei-registered vehicles.

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