With the advancement of technology, everything can now be done online, right at the end of your fingertips. Checking your unpaid or overdue summons from the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Road Transport Department (JPJ), or AES online is also not an exception. Here, we will be covering how to check summons from these related departments online and via Short Messaging System (SMS), how to check summons with car plate numbers as well as some FAQs on the summons.
Let’s get right into it.
Check PDRM Summons as well as JPJ and AES Summons Online
Here are 5 ways you can check if you have any unpaid summons online –
Check online on MyEG’s website
MyEG is an online portal that offers services such as renewing road tax and insurance, renewing driving license as well as MyKad replacement. In fact, you can also renew maid and foreign worker permits. Here is how you can use this portal to check your PDRM, JPJ, and AES summons.
image source: MyEG
- Visit the official MyEG website.
- Register or Login using your credentials.
- Go to the e-Services link and select the department (PDRM, JPJ, or AES) you would like to check your pending summons.
- Enter the required information and click on the Check button.
- Then, you will be able to see all the information related to your summons. You can also choose to settle these summonses by making your payments directly online.
Check online on JPJ’s official website
On this website, you will only be able to check summons that are traffic-related. The JPJ summons are usually records of notices or summons issued against vehicle users or owners who commit traffic offenses. The AES summons refers to offenses detected by automatic detection systems that are installed on the main roads all over Malaysia using cameras (pictures and videos).
Summons that are issued by JPJ are divided into two types – summons that can be compounded and summons that cannot be compounded. A compoundable summon can be paid within the period specified. Whereas a summon that cannot be compounded must be settled in court as specified in the summon slip. JPJ or AES summons can be paid at any JPJ State Office, JPJ Branches near you, or through e-Services.
To check your pending summons on JPJ’s official website, all you need to do is–
- Visit the official JPJ website.
- Select whether you want to enter your MyKad number (if you’re a Malaysian) only or both the MyKad and your vehicle registration number from the available dropdown menus.
- Enter the required information and click on the Check button.
- The system will display all the relevant information related to the summons issued by JPJ and AES for your further action.
Locations of the AES Cameras in Malaysia
The installation of AES (Automated Enforcement System) Cameras in the AWAS (Automated Awareness Safety System) is one of the proactive measures introduced by JPJ to reduce the number of accidents and deaths on the road that indirectly involves offenses related to speed limits and red-light violations. AES is an automated method of enforcing traffic rules and laws that operates 24 hours a day regardless of weather conditions in certain locations such as on highways and traffic light intersections.
This list is classified into 2 different categories – speed limit and traffic lights. Currently, there are a total of 45 AES cameras (29 for speed limits and 16 for traffic lights) at various locations all over Malaysia.
|Johor||KM 1 PLUS Highway – Johor Bahru||South||110 km/h|
|KM 1 PLUS Highway – Johor Bahru||North||110 km/h|
|KM 146.8 PLUS Highway – Pagoh||South||110 km/h|
|KM 151.4 PLUS Highway – Pagoh||North||110 km/h|
|Melaka||KM 185 PLUS Highway – Jasin||South||110 km/h|
|KM 184.2 PLUS Highway – Jasin||North||110 km/h|
|KM 214.4 PLUS Highway – Alor Gajah||South||110 km/h|
|KM 214.4 PLUS Highway – Alor Gajah||North||110 km/h|
|Negeri Sembilan||KM 21 Kajang Highway – Seremban (LEKAS)||South||110 km/h|
|KM 21 Kajang Highway – Seremban (LEKAS)||North||110 km/h|
|Selangor||KM 17 ELITE Highway||South||110 km/h|
|KM 28.4 ELITE Highway||North||110 km/h|
|KM 18 Guthrie Highway||South||110 km/h|
|KM 18 Guthrie Highway||North||110 km/h|
|Perak||KM 85.5, Jalan Ipoh – Kuala Lumpur, Sungkai||South||110 km/h|
|KM 204.6, PLUS Highway – Taiping||North||110 km/h|
|KM 299.9 PLUS Highway – Kampar||North||110 km/h|
|KM 375.9, PLUS Highway – Slim River||North||110 km/h|
|KM 382.8, PLUS Highway – Behrang||South||110 km/h|
|Penang||KM 166, PLUS Highway – Seberang Perai Selatan||South||110 km/h|
|Kedah||KM 96.3 PLUS Highway – Kuala Muda||South||110 km/h|
|KM 97.2 PLUS Highway – Kuala Muda||North||110 km/h|
|KM 174 PLUS Highway – Bandar Baharu||North||110 km/h|
|Kelantan||KM 17 Gua Musang – Kuala Krai||Kota Bharu||90 km/h|
|Terengganu||KM 256.1 Pantai Timur 2 Highway||Kuala Lumpur||110 km/h|
|KM 288.6 Pantai Timur 2 HIghway||Kuala Terengganu||110 km/h|
|Kuala Lumpur||Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur||–|
|Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur||Towards Sentul|
|Perak||Jalan Pasir Putih, Ipoh||–|
|KM 26, Jalan Ipoh – Kuala Kangsar, Sg Siput||–|
|KM 4 Jalan Setiawan-Lumut/Manjung||Towards Lumut|
|KM 4 Jalan Setiawan-Lumut/Manjung||Towards Setiawan|
|KM 116 Ipoh – Kuala Lumpur/Batang Padang – Slim River||Towards Kuala Lumpur|
|KM 116 Ipoh – Kuala Lumpur/Batang Padang – Slim River||Towards Ipoh|
|KM 11, Jalan Setiawan Ipoh||Towards Setiawan|
|KM 14, Jalan Ipoh – Pusing, Ipoh||Towards Setiawan|
|KM 38 Jalan Ipoh – Kampar, Kampar||Towards Ipoh|
|KM 8, Teluk Intan – Hutan Melintang/Hilir Perak – Teluk Intan||–|
|Kedah||KM 36 Jalan Alor Setar –Butterworth/Kuala Muda||Towards Alor Setar|
|KM 1, Jalan Gurun – Sik/Kuala Muda||Towards Gurun|
|KM 1, Jalan Gurun – Sik/Kuala Muda||Towards Sik|
|K KM 54 Jalan Alor Setar –Butterworth||–|
Check Online via RILEK
RILEK which is an abbreviation for “Rangkaian Interactif Laman Electronic Kerajaan” or Government Interactive Network Portal is a website that provides convenience to the public by having interactive access to different government agencies. This website allows you to check on your PDRM summons inquiries and payments. All you have to do is:
- Visit the RILEK website.
- Register as a user, then login using the User ID and password that was registered earlier.
- Click on the ‘Search By’ menu and select PDRM Summons.
- Enter the required information and all the relevant details will be displayed for your next course of action.
- Payment on this portal can be done online via internet banking such as Maybank2u, CIMB Clicks, Public Bank, RHB, and others.
Check Online via PDRM’s SSO
The ‘Sistem Semakan Online’ (SSO) or the Online Review System is a service provided by PDRM that allows the public to review online services such as reviewing your police report’s status and investigations (if any), the status of unexplained traffic summonses, and the latest recruitment or vacancy positions within PDRM.
All you need to do to check the status of your summons is:
- Visit the SSO website.
- Register for an account (if you are a new user) or login using your assigned User ID and password.
- Click on the ‘Summons Status’ button to review the summons using your MyKad Number or your car plate number.
Check via SMS using Your Car Plate Number
Traffic summons can also be checked via SMS (Short Message System). A service charge of RM 0.15 will be charged for each delivery and RM 0.20 for each message received.
Check PDRM Summons via SMS
Type POLICE <distance> SUMMONS <distance> MyKad number or Car Plate Number
Send to 15888 or 32728
Example – POLICE SUMMONS CDK1 or POLICE SUMMONS 920201115394
You can also apply for detailed information regarding your summons via email. Details of the summons will be sent to you via the email address provided
Type POLICE <distance> SUMMONS <distance> MyKad number or Car Plate Number <distance> email address
Send to 15888 or 32728
Example – POLICE SUMMONS CDK1 firstname.lastname@example.org or POLICE SUMMONS 920201115394 email@example.com
Check JPJ Summons via SMS
Type JPJ <distance> SAMAN <distance> MyKad number or Car Plate Number
Send to 15888
Example – JPJ SAMAN 920201115394 or JPJ SAMAN CDK1
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Summons
1.What happens if I fail to pay my summons?
Failure to settle your outstanding summons can result in offenders being blacklisted or/and issued arrest warrants thus resulting in offenders not being allowed to renew their road tax and driving licenses. Offenders will only be removed from the list after clearing all the outstanding summonses.
2. Who should be responsible if a newly purchased used car has an outstanding summon from the old owner?
If you buy a used car and realized that it has an outstanding summon – you only need to show the car purchase documents (copy of the ownership transference form and the new grant) to JPJ. Once it is proven that the summon was issued before the ownership of the used car was transferred, you do not have to pay the summon on behalf of the old owner.
3. Are there any discounts for these summonses?
Typically, these discounts are usually based on the ongoing announcement at that current time. You can follow JPJ’s and PDRM’s official websites or social media sites such as Facebook or Instagram to know when discounts for summonses are given. Last year, from the 18th to the 21st May 2020, PDRM offered discounts up to 50% for selected outstanding traffic summonses when you pay them through MyEG and RILEK.
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