Malaysia’s state traffic police police chief Dzulkhairi Mukhtar said that Johor police are dynamically tracking Singaporean motorists with unsettled traffic summonses.
Those located will be required to pay their fines on the spot. He added in order to streamline electronic payments Johor traffic police will be prepared with wireless credit card readers.
We will continue to monitor foreign-registered vehicles using our roads. We will not rest until all the summonses are paid up Dzulkhairi added that there were 134,227 unpaid summonses so far.
Police have issued more than 160,000 summonses to Singaporean motorists for traffic offences since 2010 with less than 25 per cent of the summonses paid up.