The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) will be offering a 50% discount for traffic offenders to settle their outstanding summons online from 18 January to 22 January
With the online payments, he said that people would not need to queue for long hours to pay
"You can make payments online via MyEG and RILEK," he said, according to The Star, in a special press conference in conjunction with the PDRM 2019 achievements and 2020 plans on Monday, 13 January.
The MyEG portal allows road users to check if they have any outstanding summons and pay for them online.
If you are an Android user, you can download the app here.
Road users can also check and pay for summons through the RILEK website, which is an acronym for Rangkaian Interaktif Laman Elektronik Kerajaan (Government Interactive Network Portal).
Separately, Azisman said there was a total of 5,763 cases of fatal crashes reported last year
The number is just slightly lower compared to 5,870 cases in 2018.
"This is JSPT's key performance index where we have reduced fatal accidents by 107 cases or 1.8%. Although the number is small, this is our KPI, and we expect this number to reduce every year," he added.
In October 2019, Transport Minister Anthony Loke said law-abiding drivers will be able to enjoy a discount on vehicle insurance premiums this year: