For those who have unpaid summons, you’re in luck!

Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) is offering discounts for their traffic compounds (or better known as “samans”) from 6th August onwards. The rebate is being offered as part of the “Settle DBKL Arrears” campaign, which will run for 2 weeks until 20th August.

Source: misterleaf
Source: misterleaf

For motorcyclists who ran afoul of the law, they only have to pay RM20; while owners of smaller vehicles (such as cars, MPVs, pick-ups, SUVs, vans, and small lorries) have to pay RM30; and drivers of heavy vehicles need to fork out RM100 for their summons.

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The special rates are to give traffic offenders a chance to settle their outstanding compounds. Last year, there were 1.2 million outstanding compounds valued at RM1.4 million owed by traffic offenders, and DBKL hopes the special rates will ease the process of settling their debts,” said KL Mayor Datuk Seri Mohd Amin Nordin Abdul Aziz regarding the problem.

Back in January, DBKL also ran a similar activity in conjunction with Federal Territory Day, where traffic offenders only had to pay RM30 to RM50, depending on their offences, throughout the month of February.

Source: The Star
Source: The Star

For a full list of where to pay your summons, click here. Alternately, you can also pay through online banking or call 1800-88-3255 for any inquiries.

For more info, visit DBKL’s official website and Facebook page.

Source: Bernama via Paultan.

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