People Are Still Not Paying Their DBKL Fines; Even With The Discount
Kuala Lumpur City Hall says that people are still not paying their fines, despite the current promotion. According to DBKL Corporate Planning Department director Khairul Azmir Ahmad, only 104,646 summonses have been settled. With DBKL having issued over 4 million fines over the last 2 years.
DBKL is set to begin a crackdown on unpaid fines in October. Those who have not settled their outstanding summonses will be blacklisted and hauled to court by the Road Transport Department. The process of blacklisting road users will begin immediately after September ends.
Summonses from DBKL are can currently be settled at a discounted price, with cars only paying RM30 per offence. That said, this special discount does not apply to those who have already been blacklisted or have waiting court cases.
The special discounted price is scheduled to end on September 30. Road users are encouraged to settle their outstanding fines through DBKL kiosks, post offices, DBKL mobile application, MyEG or e-bayar.