From today until 21 May 2020, the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) is offering a discount of up to 50% for selected outstanding traffic summonses when you pay them through online channels, MyEG and RILEK.
According to PDRM’s statement, all summonses paid via MyEG and RILEK are entitled to the discount, except for the following:
- Accident summonses (year 2019 and 2020)
- Summonses that are currently under trial
- Summonses issued during Ops Selamat 2019 and 2020
- Non-compoundable summonses
- Summonses under court status or that are related to lorries
- Summonses subject to arrest warrants
“The Department understands the financial burden of the public during the movement control order (MCO) plus the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration. Hence to alleviate the burden, police will offer the discount on selected summonses,” said the director of the Federal Police Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department, Datuk Azisman Alias.
In the same statement, Datuk Azisman also mentioned that service counters at all state and district headquarters will now resume operation in stages. This is to enable the public to settle their summonses and to collect the documents for their road accident insurance claims. He further reminded visitors to observe the standard operating procedure for the ongoing conditional movement control order (CMCO).
PDRM had previously closed its service counters to comply with restrictions from the movement control order (MCO).
(Source: New Straits Times)