This is one email that you don’t want to receive at all. But if you received it, then you must have done something wrong on the road. OR someone using your car and break the rules. By subscribing to MyEG’s FREE service, they will inform and remind you via email if you have any new summons. So you can pay it within 2 weeks to get the discounts. One more thing when you receive the summons email early, you can recall the driver of you car at that time and be extra careful in the future.
The most important thing, if you are very sure that your car is not at the location mention on the summons. Then you can challenge the summons and refer to PDRM for photos taken review but you have to pay for it.
Last time when I watched the news, the Home Minister really confident that the Cabinet will not extend the Summons Discount deadline. He said that the time given was long enough for traffic offender to settle their summons with discount. But now, its look like the Cabinet knew that without the discount, for sure traffic offender will not pay. It will cost more to hunt this people down.
So better to extend the dateline so more people can pay their traffic summons. So clever !.
So to you all out there who still have unpaid summons, now is the time to pay. Don’t wait until last minute and crash the MyEG and PDRM server. Then complain because you cannot pay online or long que at the police traffic station.
Few days ago and when I post my entry on How To Pay Your Summons Online using MyEG, yup, the PDRM server was down and cannot be accessed due to high traffic. Even trying to log in was very slow. It took hours to access PDRm server.
Now the online system is back to normal, and you can pay your summons online with myEG. Don’t wait until it’s too late. I have check it twice. All system is back to normal.
Traffic summonses: Discount deadline extended to March 10
PUTRAJAYA: The Cabinet has agreed to extend the 50% discount on traffic summonses to March 10, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said Wednesday.
He said this was to give offenders more time to settle their summonses.
Despite the six-month grace period to settle summonses with a 50% discount, 17.3 million summonses remain unpaid when the initial deadline ended on Feb 28.
Last week I saw on the news a lot of people queuing up to pay their traffic summons. I was thinking, can you check your traffic summon online and even pay it online? The answer is yes you can. Using MyEG, you can check and pay it online. In fact, I already use it to pay my summon for traffic obstruction. That cost me RM 30.
Below is some picture that I took to give you all some clear picture. Its easy, just provide your IC number and vehicle plat number plus its free.
Just key in your IC number and Vehicle Registration Number and wallaa, all your summon will be displayed. If nothing appear on the screen then lucky you. You have been a good driver.
If you have a summon, all the details will be displayed like time, type of offense and how much you have to pay. If you are lucky you will get special discount 50%. I think it will end this February. So better hurry up.