KUALA LUMPUR: Discounts of up to 80% on selected traffic summonses will be offered from today until Sunday to mark the 100-Day Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia (Malaysian Family Aspiration) celebration.
Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department director Comm Datuk Mat Kasim Karim said the discounts were being offered to coincide with the launch of the celebration by the Prime Minister today.
“Summonses can be paid at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) PDRM (Royal Malaysia Police) counter, traffic summonses payment counters at district and state police headquarters, and through the MyBayar Saman portal throughout the four days.
“Discounts are not offered for summonses pertaining to accidents, overtaking on double lines, using the emergency lane, running through a red light, overtaking dangerously, non-compoundable offences, offences under trial, heavy vehicle offences and modification of vehicle exhausts,” he said in a statement.
Comm Mat Kasim said individuals or companies could register through the PDRM official portal or https://mybayar.rmp.gov.my or download the MyBayar Saman app via Google Play Store, Apple App Store or Huawei AppGallery.
“We urge the public to adhere to Covid-19 standard operating procedure when making payments at various counters.
“Due to the current pandemic, we encourage the people to make online payments for summonses,” he added.
Separately, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) is also offering up to 80% discounts on its summonses over the same period.
The discounts are applicable for compoundable JPJ summonses but not for offences which are on trial or involve the issuance of arrest warrants.
The payment for the summonses can be made at the 100-Day Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia celebration at KLCC or at JPJ counters and kiosks or through the JPJ portal at https://public.jpj.gov.my.
The 100-Day Malaysian Family Aspiration programme, hosted by the Prosperity Delivery Unit under the Prime Minister’s Department, will feature ministries’ achievement galleries, aid programmes, displays by ministries and agencies, cultural performances, a career fair, exhibitions as well as product sales by entrepreneurs.
Entry will be limited to only 10,350 visitors at a time, about half of the convention centre’s capacity of over 20,000.