Ministry of Transport Malaysia announced on their Facebook page that JPJ and the PDRM are offering up to 80% discount off traffic summonses from 9 December to 12 December. This is to commemorate the 100 Hari Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia which is organised by the government.
Ministry of Transport Malaysia did mention that the 80% discount is only for unpaid traffic summonses issued in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that other states will be left out. A total of 70% will also be discounted for summonses from the other states.
May Malaysians benefit from these discountsMinistry of Transport Malaysia
However, what we can conclude from National Security Council (MKN) Facebook post, that the discount doesn’t apply to all types of offences. Below is the list of traffic summonses that are exempted from the discount:
Payment counters for the campaign will operate from 9 am to 10 pm, starting from 9 December until 12 December.
Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) said the discounted traffic summonses will only be accepted to the mentioned location at the time and dates stated, and are subject to terms and conditions.
Do follow the COVID-19 SOPs when you are doing your payment, such as wearing a face mask, sanitising frequently, and practising physical social distancing while at the convention centre.
(Source: Ministry of Transport Malaysia FB)