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.

  1. 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.

Then click proceed to Payment.

  1. Here you can choose to pay  either with credit card or local bank such as Maybank or CIMB. They will update the system 24 to 48 hours. So don’t worry if your summon is still there after made the payment online. Just make sure you keep the receipt.

Ok there are some incident that MyEG website crashing due to heavy traffic. Then pick the right to moment to access MyEG, like early morning or late night. Please don’t access during working hours because traffic will swarm the website during this time.

Other Alternative to Check Your Summons

To get a summary of all your summons:
POLIS SAMAN (car number no space) OR POLIS SAMAN (ic number no space or hyphen) and send it to 32728

To get full details of all your summons:
POLIS SAMAN (car number no space) SEMUA OR POLIS SAMAN (ic number no space or hyphen) SEMUA and send it to 32728

If you think it is not worth to pay to check for your saman, try this website :

  • JPJ Website

KUALA LUMPUR: From March 1, motorists can forget about delaying payment of traffic summonses in the hope of massive discounts during campaigns organised by the police or other authorities.

The Cabinet has agreed to restructure the system for paying traffic summonses based on the principle that “the more you delay, the more you pay”, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha.

Motorists will also not be slapped with demerit points if they settle outstanding summonses within three months.

Depending on the category of the offence, motorists can save as much as RM150 for each summons if they choose to pay within 15 days of getting it, instead of delaying the payment up to the 60th day.

Read the full article: … sec=nation