Take note! KL Traffic Police are offering 50% discounts off fines on certain offences from today until Jan 12th!

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If there is one thing that all drivers dread facing the most, it’s receiving a traffic fine. And more often than most, many motorists tend to make a point of putting off on paying their fines till the very last minute, or even forget to pay it off at all.

Well if you’ve recently been slapped with a fine or have been delaying the payment on long outstanding ones that you still owe to the Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department of the Royal Malaysian Police, then you may want to take note of this news. 

KL Traffic Police announces 50% discounts on certain fines until January 12th

As shared through their official Facebook page, the division’s Kuala Lumpur office has announced last Friday (January 6th, 2023) that those who pay off their traffic summonses will officially be entitled to a 50% discount off their fine amount, if they pay them off from today (January 10th, 2023) till Thursday (January 12th, 2023).

With that being said, there are a few categories of fines which are not entitled to the discount, which includes:

  1. Non-compoundable offences.
  2. Offences that are in trial status.
  3. Offences involving heavy vehicles.
  4. Offences related to exhaust modifications. 
  5. Offences related to dangerous overtaking or cutting queue. 
  6. Accidents.
  7. Cutting through double-lined roads. 
  8. Offences related to the improper use of emergency lanes.
  9. Offences related to red lights at traffic intersections. 

In order to be eligible for the discount, you are required to visit the Jalan Tun H.S Lee Traffic Police Station between the hours of 8.30am to 4.30pm on the stipulated dates. Payments can either be made through cash, or credit and debit cards. 

The discount is also applicable to traffic fines issued by PDRM in other states, as long as they are paid at the Jalan Tun H.S Lee Traffic Police Station on the stated dates. The discount does not apply to fines paid through MyEG.

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