JPJ website crashes as motorists scramble to pay traffic summonses at 80% discount


JPJ's website crashed after it experienced high traffic volume, preventing motorists from paying online. However, long lines were seen at kiosks including the mobile JPJ counter at KLCC. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

The Road Transport Department (JPJ) is facing an interruption in providing their services, due to a “traffic jam” on their website.

In a statement posted on its Facebook page at around 1.30pm, it said the JPJ Malaysia mySIKAP system was experiencing accessibility issues due to high website traffic.

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