The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) has issued 2.56 million summonses to date within the first eight months of the yr, based on an Utusan Malaysia report through Malay Mail.
This quantity got here from 1.52 million K257 summonses, that are issued on the spot, together with one other 1.03 million K170A summonses, that are compound summonses issued from detection by cameras or from enforcement actions. The very best variety of offences concerned violations of visitors indicators, which amounted to 985,635 summonses.
These offences included exceeding the velocity restrict, disobeying visitors alerts, driving within the emergency lane, slicing throughout double strains, queue-jumping and utilizing a cell phone whereas driving. A complete of 555,002 summonses had been issued for these driving and not using a legitimate license or had an expired license, stated Bukit Aman visitors investigation and enforcement division (JSPT) director Datuk Seri Mat Kasim Karim.
Of the overall, 205,464 summonses had been issued for accidents, whereas 187,120 had been compounded for quantity plates which didn’t adjust to the specs issued by the highway transport division (JPJ). A complete of 154,369 summonses had been additionally issued for offences that contributed to highway accidents. “For instance, when a car breaks down, and the motive force fails to deploy a warning triangle which results in an accident,” the JSPT director stated.
By way of postal summonses, some 116,103 of those had been issued with an estimated worth of RM34 million nationwide in an operation that began on August 21, Utusan Malaysia reported.
Automobile drivers obtained the most important proportion of those summonses at 92,203 whereas 20,569 postal summmonses had been issued towards different automobiles akin to 4x4s, vans and taxis. One other 1,757 summonses had been issued towards industrial automobiles, whereas one other 574 had been issued to motorcyclists.
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