PDRM Extends 80% Discount Until 31 December. Here's Where You Can Pay Your Summonses
The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has extended its 80% discount offer on outstanding traffic summonses until 31 December
Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said this is due to the very encouraging response from the public to settle their unpaid summonses.
According to New Straits Times, he revealed that almost 2.3 million traffic summonses have been settled nationwide as of noon on Saturday, 11 December, with a total collection of RM109 million.
Acryl Sani said the extension is to avoid crowds gathering and to give the public more time to make their payments
"Previously, the PDRM traffic counter in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) had to be shut down due to the overwhelming number of people who came to settle their summonses," he said at a press conference on Sunday, 12 December.
"This posed a big challenge to PDRM to regulate the public in terms of complying with the set standard operating procedures (SOPs)."
He said the police also received reports that the summons payment website and mobile app, MyBayar Saman, could not be accessed due to high online traffic.
Therefore, he announced that the public can get the offer when making payment at traffic counters at all district and state police headquarters
Besides that, those interested in settling their unpaid summonses can also head to:
– The MyBayar Saman website
– The MyBayar Saman app (available on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store)
– Any Pos Malaysia post office
– Any Maybank ATM
The discounts are applicable to all types of offences, except the ones listed below:
– Accident summonses in 2021
– Non-compoundable summonses
– Summonses that require court hearing
– Summonses for matters related to lorries
– Summonses for overtaking in a dangerous manner in 2021
– Summonses for driving on emergency lane in 2021
– Summonses for running red lights in 2021
– Summonses for overtaking on a double line in 2021
– Summonses for illegally modified exhausts
On Friday, 10 December, the traffic payment counter in KLCC was closed due to overwhelming crowds in the halls: