We know some of you like to ignore summons that are not issued by the PDRM, but this new year, why not become a responsible adult?
And to point you to the right direction, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) wants to help you out with that.
MPSJ will be offering motorists a chance to settle their outstanding summonses with a flat rate of only RM10
(per piece ah
, not the whole stack).
A spokesperson told The New Straits Times
that the Council has decided to introduce this campaign to stop errant motorists from being prosecuted in court.
Aww, they're so nice, they have your best interest at heart!
The flat rate, according to the spokesperson, is valid for all summonses issued by MPSJ, except for those under the MPSJ Road Transport Order (Heavy Vehicle Ban) 2012.
But you gotta be quick though: the RM10 flat rate campaign will run from 1 February to 30 April
To check if you have any MPSJ summons under your name, you can do so by logging onto their official website
or use their kiosk machines, mobile counters and drive-through counters.
Alternatively, you could also pay their headquarters or branches a visit.