KUALA LUMPUR – Traffic offenders in the capital city who have yet to settle their outstanding compounds issued by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), have up to June 30 to do so at discounted rates.
Mayor Tan Sri Mhd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz said the extension was to give the people a chance to settle their outstanding compounds before being blacklisted by the Road Transport Department.
“People are advised to take the opportunity to settle their outstanding compounds before or on that date to avoid court action,” he said in a statement today.
Previously, the deadline for discount offer was on Feb 28.
The discount of RM20 for motorcyclists, RM30 for offences involving cars and RM50 for heavy vehicles are for each notice issued. – BERNAMA