Take note if you’re residing in Kulai, Johor because we have some great news for you!
The Sun Daily reported that the police is offering a special 50 per cent discount for traffic summons, starting Sunday (9 December 2018). Nice!
People who have yet to pay off their compound tickets can do so at the traffic summons counter, which will be opened at IOI Mall, Bandar Putra, Kulai in line with the Kulai police meet-the-clients day programme.
According to the statement, the discount can be enjoyed by the residents who are from the district of Kulai.
On the other hand, the Kulai Municipal Council (MPKu) will also open a “parking payment counter” at the same mall for motorists to settle their MPKu fines. The bonus of settling your summons at this counter? Motorists will enjoy a 70 per cent discount. Nice!
Do keep in mind that the MPKu parking payment counter will be opened only for one day while the traffic payment counter will available for two days, as mentioned in the schedule below:
- MPKu counter: Sunday, 9 Dec 2018
- Traffic (police) counter: Sunday, 9 Dec 2018 (10am to 6.30pm) / Monday, 10 December 2018 (10am to 4.30pm)
We hope that those living in Kulai will utilise this opportunity to pay off their pending summonses as it’s not every day that you can settle them at an affordable price!
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