Getting traffic summonses from the police is no joke and the fine that you have to pay because of your offence sure puts a strain on your wallet. However, the summonses are important to ensure that you don’t repeat the same mistakes and endanger the lives of others on the road.
Well, if you’re dreading the thought of parting with your money then we’ve got good news for you! If you have any summonses from the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) lingering in your house, now is the best time to go and pay your fine.
That’s because you can now get a 10% discount when you pay your summonses from now until July 13! That’s right, you should go home and see whether you have any summonses lying around so that you can take advantage of the discount and clear your debts. After all, you have to pay (literally) for your mistakes!
It’s also super easy to pay; you can settle your outstanding traffic summonses at any post office in Malaysia. This discount only applies to selected summonses though, so do remember to check with the post office. Although this promotion may not be as much as some of the ones they’ve had in the past, by right we should be grateful that there is any discount at all.
After all, the summonses that we get are our own fault for committing a traffic offence, so we should always pay up no matter the presence of a discount or not. So, go home and check whether you have any summonses and get ready to pay up before the deadline!
M’sian Fans Chant Racist Remarks At Nigerian Footballer During KL-Selangor Game
Despite numerous campaigns, initiatives, and movements worldwide aimed at tackling racism in football, the beautiful game’s not-so-beautiful side has rendered...
‘Missing’ FT Dep Minister Allegedly Been in New Zealand Since Dec 2020, MP Demands Answers
The Member of Parliament for Batu, P. Prabakaran in a statement yesterday demanded answers from the government after allegations surfaced...
Bus Carrying Covid-19 Patients Crashes Into Serdang Toll Plaza
A bus carrying 12 Covid-19 patients from Perak crashed into a toll plaza near Serdang yesterday afternoon. The incident caused...
Sultan of Selangor Gives Priority To Frontliners For Vaccinations
The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has agreed to accept the Covid-19 vaccine injection, only after all frontline...
KKM: A Single Dose Of Pfizer Vaccine Can Reduce Covid-19 Transmission
The Pfizer-BioNtech Covid-19 vaccine has arrived in Malaysia, and Malaysia’s prime minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Bin Haji Mohd Yassin and...
Social Stories8 hours ago
M’sian ‘Influencers’ Allegedly Breach MCO SOPs, One Of Them Tested Covid-19 Positive Last Month
Social Stories22 hours ago
Watch: UMNO Live Panelist Claims Former PAS President Was ‘Two-Faced’ & Funded By Communists
Social Stories6 hours ago
Sugu Pavithra Is Back And Cooking Up A Storm
Social Stories4 hours ago
Woman Buys RM6,100 iPhone 12 Pro Max From Apple Store, Gets Apple Drink Instead