A number of friends asked me where to check police traffic summons in Ipoh. Apparently, we can check and pay our police traffic summons online too at Rilek and MyEG but some people feel more secure receiving a hard copy official receipt from PDRM for payment made.
Well, just because I live in Ipoh, doesn’t mean I know too but I did a little ground research and found that in Ipoh, we can check and pay police traffic summons at the Ipoh District Traffic Police Headquarters (near Raja Perempuan Primary School) and Cawangan Trafik Ibu Pejabat Polis Ipoh (opposite Perak State Mosque) along Jalan Panglima Bukit Gantang Wahab. First, queue up to “semak” (check the records for summons) and with that printout, queue again at another counter to settle it. Counters are open from 8am to 4.30pm.
Of course, there are also mobile traffic police kiosks in popular places but I have no idea where they are located right now. In any case, once you have found out your total summons, you can settle them at any Pos Malaysia post office. Also, I understand that there is this rush because of the police traffic summons promotion of 50% discount until 14th December, 2010. There’s not much time left…..
Cawangan Trafik IPD Ipoh
Address: Jalan Panglima Bukit Gantang Wahab, 30000 Ipoh.
GPS Coordinates: N 04 35.710′ E 101 4.455′
Trafik Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Ipoh
GPS Coordinates: N 04 35.299′ E 101 5.17′
Another way to check your Polis Trafik saman is by SMS.
For summary of summons, type: POLIS SAMAN (your car registration number) OR POLIS SAMAN (MyKad number)
For full details of summons, type: POLIS SAMAN (your car registration number) SEMUA OR POLIS SAMAN (MyKad number) SEMUA
Then send your text message to 32728. You will be charged 15 sen per message sent and 50 sen per message received.
Effective 1st December 2010, PDRM is offering an incentive on compound rates for all types of traffic police summons issued.
1. All summons issued on or before 30th November 2010:
* A rate reduction from the original compound
2. All summons issued after 30th November 2010:
* Summons settled within 15 days will be offered a 50% incentive from the original compound
* Summons settled within 16 to 30 days will be offered a 30% incentive from the original compound
* Unsettled summons within the 30 days ARE NOT entitled for an incentive and will be immediately blacklisted
For latest information on traffic police summons, visit the website of PDRM.
Update [13th Dec 2010]: 50% discount has been extended to 28th February, 2011.
Update [28th Feb 2011]: 50% discount has been extended to 10th March, 2011.
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