How to Pay Malaysian Traffic Summons Online

By | July 23, 2014

If you received a summon by JPJ (Road Transportation Department) or traffic police in Malaysia, here’s how you can pay online.


Did you spend some time driving in Malaysia but received a speeding ticket, traffic fines etc? I understand that many people are not able to settle their traffic summons because they are not aware of how or where to do it. Visitors coming to Malaysia are asking, where do I pay my traffic summon in KL? or JB? or Penang?

Early this year, I received a speeding ticket via the AES or Automated Enforcement System. I was lucky I live quite close to Putrajaya so I was able to settle the fine using the electronic booth, but later I found out that it can also be paid electronically. It was not stated on the ticket or anywhere.

This may not be the case if you are a Singaporean or Thai citizen who has been driving on Malaysian roads and then received a ticket by police officer. It may be possible that they will not communicate with you clearly on how to settle the summon.

Use the service below to check and confirm if you have summon online:

I was made to understand via this article posted a few days ago that many folks from Singapre are not able to settle their traffic fines online because foreign credit cards are not accepted on the Malaysian government online portal.

If this happens, I’ll be more than glad to help by helping you settle it online or physically at the nearest police station.

Steps on How to Pay Malaysian Traffic Summon Online

UPDATE: LIKE Malaysia Traffic Summon Online Facebook page here.

1. Fill out the form below and click Send. Please let me know the fine in Ringgit.

Your Name

Your Email (required - I respect your privacy)

Your Email Again (required)

Car Registration No

Your Message

2. I will send a PayPal invoice to your email for the price of the summon + RM30 service fees + 5% PayPal fees. The invoice will be in USD based on the latest rate shown on

3. Complete payment via PayPal using your credit card and I will settle your summon electronically using my Malaysian credit card!

4. Send you the electronic receipt of the payment.

It’s so simple and you won’t even have to leave your doorstep! Sounds good? Submit your form below and you will get an invoice from me within 24-48 hours. If you have any question or concern please email or SMS/WhatsApp/Viber: +6010-2597946.


Richard Ker

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