JPJ Summons

1. How do I check and pay for JPJ Summons?
2. Will I be charged for viewing my summonses online?
3. What does by Identification (ID) Number mean?
4. Previously when I logged in, I saw there were some summonses on the website, but when I logged in today, these summonses are no longer there. I did not have the opportunity to make any payment. Why were the summonses removed?
5. How can I make payment online for the summons?
6. From which source does this summon information originate from?
7. Can I check the JPJ summons on behalf of others?
8. I am a foreigner; I have summonses when I was in Malaysia. How can I check my JPJ summons online?
9. What is meant by Kejara Information?
10. How does the Kejara Point System work?


1. How do I check and pay for JPJ Summons?

  • Visit www.myeg.com.my to start the process.
  • Please register with the website if you are a first time user.
  • Login with your username and password.
  • Click Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan > Check & Pay RTD Summons.
  • Fill in the appropriate details to check and pay your summons online.

2. Will I be charged for viewing my summonses online?
No, there are no charges incurred for viewing summonses.


3. What does Identification (ID) Number mean?
ID No. refers to any one of the following:

  • National Registration Identification Card (NRIC) - if you are a Malaysian Citizen or a Permanent Resident.
  • Passport Number - if you are a non-Malaysian Resident.
  • Company Registration Number - if the vehicle is registered under a company.

4. Previously when I logged in, I saw there were some summonses on the website, but when I logged in today, these summonses are no longer there. I did not have the opportunity to make any payment. Why were the summonses removed?
The summonses from JPJ will be on our website for 2 weeks only from the date of the offence. If the summonses are not paid within this 2-week period, JPJ will take down the summonses and you will need to go to JPJ counters to pay your summonses.

For more information, please call JPJ Hotline (1JPJCC) on 03-8315 9200.


5. How can I make payment online for the summons?
You can make payment through credit card or online banking (direct deduction from your bank account) transactions.


6. From which source does this summons information originate from?
All summons information on this website is directly channelled from the database of Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia.


7. Can I check the JPJ summons on behalf of others?
Yes, you can. You will need the NRIC to check their status.


8. I am a foreigner; I have summonses when I was in Malaysia. How can I check my JPJ summonses online?
You can check your summonses by providing your passport number and choose "Non Malaysian Resident" on the category option.


9. What is meant by Kejara Information?
Kejara information is a Demerit Point Award System for traffic offenses listed under the Motor Vehicles (Demerit Points) Rules 1997. The Kejara Points are given to the motorists who have been found guilty of traffic offenses given through compounds from JPJ, PDRM or Magistrate Courts.


10. How does the Kejara Point System work?
Kejara System offenders' records will be created through summonses related to the offenses, and demerit points will be calculated based on these offenses.

For Competent Driving License holders who have been suspended, the offender cannot drive or obtain other licenses whether Learner Driving License or other types of licenses to drive or ride a vehicle from any type of vehicle class during this suspension period.

 

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