The police are offering a 50 percent discount on traffic summonses paid online for a month, starting tomorrow until July 18.

However, the discount does not apply to offenders currently on trial for traffic violations, and those involving heavy vehicles and exhaust pipe modifications.

Also exempted are major traffic offences committed this year, including running red light, driving on the emergency lane, queue cutting, including on the double line, as well driving that causes an accident.

Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department director Azisman Alias, in a statement said that the payments must be made via the MyBayar Saman portal or app.

"Throughout the campaign period, all payment counters at police contingent and district headquarters will be closed to curb the spread of COVID-19 during the implementation of the Movement Control Order (MCO) 3.0.

"MyBayar Saman is the traffic invesytigation and enforcement department's initiative to support the government's aspiration to provide cashless payment, at the same time, alleviating the people's financial burden during the pandemic," Azisman added in the statement.

According to him further, the MyBayar Saman app has been improved to enable companies and business entities to register as users and make payments through the app.

The MyBayar Saman app can be downloaded from Google Play Store, Apple App Store, or Huawei Gallery. Alternatively, payment can also be made online via