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Friday, January 27, 2023

How To Check Traffic Fines In Johor Bahru (JB)?

This may not be an important question to most people, that whether you have traffic fines in Johor Bahru (JB)? For those driving back to Singapore from Johor Bahru Second Link on 25 & 26 November 2017 (Sat & Sun), Malaysia Traffic Police block the road to the Second Link CIQ Johor, and divert all traffics to the Rest & Relax area to check traffic summons. Many Singapore cars were caught with unpaid traffic fines, and this road block caused a long traffic jam for many hours. For those Singaporeans caught with unpaid traffic fines, they could pay on the spot and be released. However, there are some who do not have enough cash or credit card have some tough moments here. Check out the massive jam during the road block here.

It is also being observed that Malaysia Traffic Police has been stepping up efforts to collect unpaid fines, and more road blocks are expected in the near future for both the first and the second links back to Singapore. Thus it is important for you to take care of this so that it will not affect your beautiful JB trip. Thankfully it is easy to check and pay your traffic fines, as we will show you the easy way.

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Do I Have Traffic Fines In Johor Bahru (JB)?

It is important for you to check whether you have traffic fines in Johor Bahru. You do not want to be caught unprepared. Use the guide below to quickly check to have a peace of mind before driving into Johor Bahru.

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I Don’t Remember I Have Committed Traffic Offenses In JB

Well, this is usually the first reaction when you are told you have unpaid traffic summons in JB. It is human reaction, but sometimes unfortunately the traffic summons are real, and below are some explanations.

Where Did The Traffic Fines Come From? :

  • If your car is bought second hand (used car), the traffic summons may be coming from the previous owner. The previous owner may have traveled to Malaysia and commit the traffic offense before the car is sold to you. In this case, you may not have much choices. You can try your case by bringing out proof of your purchase is after the traffic offense date, but there is no guarantee that your traffic fines will be waived.
  • If your car is not pre-owned, you may have committed traffic offense that you are unaware of. This is possible as we all may not be familiar with all the traffic rules of a foreign country. So the best thing is to understand and learn from past mistakes and move on.
  • Unexplained reason – well this is also possible, as what the Malaysians always like to say: “Malaysia Boleh !”, which means “Anything Can Happen In Malaysia”. So if such situation happen to you, then it is best to move on with clearing the debt to get the peace of mind.


How Do I Check Whether I Have Traffic Fines in JB?

Coming to collection of traffic fines, it seems that all governments in the world are pretty efficient in this, including Malaysia. You can check and pay your traffic fines using AXS app, yes this app is developed and used in Singapore for all kinds of bill payments. Below are the guide for you to check the traffic fines in Johor Bahru (JB) Malaysia.

Download the AXS payment app

Go to Google Play or Apple iTune App Store, search for “AXS payment app”, and download.

After you have successfully downloaded the app, you need to setup your account, and key in your contact details, this is for notification and receive of e-receipt. For payment to be done later, you can choose to use eNets or credit card payment.

Check Malaysia Traffic Fines

To check whether you have traffic fines in Malaysia (or Johor Bahru), select from the main menu the section called “Fines”.

In the section called “Fines”, look for the section called “MyEG”. MyEG refers to Malaysian Royal Traffic Police.

After selecting the MyEG section, there will be a first announcement screen, which you just click “Proceed” on the top right screen to move on.

Next you will see a second screen to show you MyEG terms and conditions. Just click “Proceed” on the top right screen to proceed.

Next up you will see an option to select Singapore or Malaysia car. Select “Singapore Vehicle No.”.

Now you are in the search screen. From here, key in your vehicle number to search whether you have traffic fines in Malaysia (or Johor Bahru).

Remember you need to key in the vehicle number correctly, to include all alphabets including the last alphabet. If the result shows “No record found”, then you are safe, there is no traffic fines for you.

No record found means you don’t have traffic fines in Malaysia, but make sure you key in the vehicle number correctly.

If indeed there is traffic fines, then you will see the details of the traffic fines.

traffic fines found on MyEG

Make Payment

Once you have confirm that there is a traffic fines under MyEG (Malaysian Royal Traffic Police), you can make payment using the AXS app. Just click the bottom button “Add Payment”, and proceed with the payment options of eNets or credit card.

We hope the following guide is helpful to you. Have a debt free travel to Johor Bahru (JB).


Massive Jam During Johor Traffic Police Road Block At Tuas Second Link

This is the massive jam during Johor Traffic Police road block at Tuas Second Link. The operations lasted 2 days (Sat, Sun), and many Singaporean cars are caught with unpaid summons. All vehicles are diverted to the Rest and Relax area to screen for traffic summons.

Tuas Second Link road block started early on Saturday morning by Johor Traffic Police.
The Johor Traffic Police road block extended late into Sunday night.


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