Today we would like to post about on how to check your JPJ/PDRM summons.We sure that there are many of you that still don’t know on how to check or pay your summons online.So here, we want to give some tips for you all and list of websites that you can visit.Some of you will be surprised or relieved.Let’s try it.
HOW TO CHECK YOUR JPJ/POLICE TRAFFIC SUMMONS? – CHECK JPJ/PDRM SUMMONS ONLINE/SMS.
Below are some links that you can try.
Now you can easily check to see if you have any outstanding TRAFFIC SUMMONS via SMS. In cooperation with the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) DAPAT is introducing a much faster way to check your traffic summons issued by the traffic police. You only need to send an SMS at anytime and anywhere in Malaysia. It is available for all Malaysian mobile phone owners via an SMS to DAPAT. Find out for yourself with just one easy SMS message! Here is what you do; type an SMS:
IC no: POLIS SAMAN [identification card no] or
Vehicle: POLIS SAMAN [car registration no.]
IC no: POLIS SAMAN 710503005100 or
Vehicle: POLIS SAMAN HW1234
Then send the SMS to DAPAT | 32728. It costs 15 sen to send and only 50 sen for each SMS reply.
If you think your vehicle may have more than a couple of traffic summonses you have options to type your message:
1. POLIS SAMAN [identification card no] SEMUA
The number of replies that you receive is based on how many outstanding traffic summons you have incurred.
2. POLIS SAMAN [car registration no.] [your email]
You will get an SMS reply stating the email address given and you will receive an email giving the detailed summary of the outstanding traffic summons.
For an email Example:
Car reg no. : POLIS SAMAN WH1234 email@example.com
IC no. : POLIS SAMAN 710503005100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Then send the SMS to DAPAT | 32728.
TIP: Save the above SMS text instructions in your hand phone for easy checking later. You don’t have to type the instructions each time you want to check on traffic police summonses anymore. Just retrieve the text from your SMS archives and simply send to DAPAT.
Try it! You’ll be surprised…or…relieved.