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Those Who Buy From Vendors At Traffic Lights Can Be Fined Up To RM2,000


Source: IPD Taiping l Facebook & IPD Seremban l Facebook

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We’re sure that most of us have encountered pickled mango vendors who mainly sell their products at traffic lights.

However, the Johor Chief Police, Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said in a press conference that road users who buy from those vendors will also be liable and face a maximum of RM2,000 fine.

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He added that buying and selling on roads is a dangerous activity as it endangers not only the seller but also other road users, reported Kosmo!.

“Through the Ops Kesedaran, the Johor police has identified 52 locations were these vendors frequent.”

The Johor police chief has advised these vendors to look for another method that is safer and law-abiding to sell their products.

“Please find a way or another location that is more suitable for you to go on with your business so that it is safe.”

There have been no reports of accidents involving traffic light vendors as of now.

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On 8 January 2021 in Taiping, four mango pickle sellers between the ages of 18 to 22 received summons ranging from RM150 to RM2,000. Rule 10A(1) LN 166/59 of the Road Traffic Rules states that it is an offence to sell things to motorists on the road or at an intersection.


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