Monday, September 29, 2008

Traffic Offences

With the installation of CCTVs all over the city, our traffic offences may be caught on tape without us realising it. Have you ever wondered as to whether you have any outstanding summonses?

Well, wonder no more as our Royal Police department (PDRM, Police DiRaja Malaysia) has made it convenient for road-users to check our record. This being the Hari Raya celebration and all, they are offering a discount, though not for all offences. This is where you can check out your summonses. Good luck! (Good thing I have none.)

9 comments:

  1. Now I have this nagging thought.... grrrr... LOL...

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  2. I don't have any summons too! But all these discounts for summonses are not fair. Those people who pay early don't get any discounts, while people who pay late get to enjoy discounts. Then might as well pay late, right?

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  3. LB, oh no!! Nahhh! Not you....

    Foong, frankly, I think this discounting for offences is a joke.....but looking at it positively, it gives offenders a chance at a clean slate. So, why not, eh?

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  4. They should do away with discounts for traffic offenses so that ppl get the message. Otherwise, easy way out and ppl keep on breaking rules.

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  5. MBL, LOL! Good intentions don't always yield good results, do they? Never mind, life goes on. Happy holiday!

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  6. If you get caught by polis for speeding on the highway, do you bribe him? Or do you ask him to issue you the summon so you can pay the fine later?

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  7. MB, that's an easy one. I'd ask for the summons. I don't believe in bribery. However, I'd be sure to keep to the speed limit even though I'd be in agony going at the speed limit of only 90km/h at certain stretches of the highway. It's a torture alright going at that speed when you know your vehicle can go much much faster. Oops, safety first. I'm a 9 remember? LOL!

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  8. it's a tormenting experience having to force yourself to drive at the highway's speed limit especially when the road ahead of you is clear.

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  9. I know that feeling. These days, the long arm of the law is longer, as CCTVs have replaced the good old-fashioned policeman and summonses come fast and furious!

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