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How To Check Your Summon

HOW TO CHECK YOUR SUMMON?
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There are few type of traffic summons which are issued by different authority such as Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM), Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia (JPJ) and Majlis Bandaraya. These are few simple yet useful ways to check your pending summons.
Summons check by online
MyEG
  1. Register a user account at //www.myeg.com.my/register.
  2. Click on “eServices” after the registration, and then select “JPJ” or “PDRM”.
  3. The system will show the pending summons if you have any.
Rilek e-Services
  1. Register a user account at //www.rilek.com.my/register.
  2. Click on “Check/Pay summon” after complete your registration.
  3. The system will show the pending summons if you have any.
JPJ
  1. Visit //www.jpj.gov.my/pertanyaan-saman-notis.
  2. You can trace your summons by enter your IC or car plate numbers.
  3. Select your identification.
  4. Enter your details.
  5. Click on “Semak”, and then the system will show the pending summons if you have any.
Summons check by Short Message Service (SMS)
PDRM
Text “POLIS <space> SAMAN <space> IC/CAR PLATE NUMBERS”, send to 15888 or 32728.
For example: POLIS SAMAN 881228128888
POLIS SAMAN WWW 1234
JPJ
Text “JPJ <space> SAMAN <space> IC/CAR PLATE NUMBERS”, send to 15888 or 32728.
For example: JPJ SAMAN 881228128888
JPJ SAMAN WWW1234
So, remember to check and clear your pending summons to avoid any unnecessary legal action. “I’m Malaysian, I’m A Good Driver”