Still remember last week a hungry police stopped me asking for "belanja" but his mission failed and slapped me with a piece of saman? At first, I wanted to wait for the date given and attend to court. But I was advised by someone to pay the saman early (within one week) to avoid further inconveniences and to enjoy the discounts! Yes, MEGASALES is over but they do have discounts for saman. Great deal!
Anyway, I went to the one and only Balai Polis Trafik KL Thursday night after work to check if they are still open for business. Eventually, the policeman at the main gate informed that they are only opened during office hours 8.00am to 5.00pm. And told us that they are even opened on Saturday and Sunday. I was like "Wow! That’s good". Then, I planned to come again early in the morning on Saturday, before my work.
And here comes Saturday morning…
I woke up early and drove all the way down the one and only Balai Polis Trafik KL, which is located along Jalan Tun HS Lee, behind Plaza Warisan and Uda Ocean (easier to say, the old VI area), to pay my saman. Now, another policeman at the main gate told me that they are only opened at 9.00am on Saturday. "Oh… my Saturday morning sleep…". He told me to ‘pergi minum dulu’. What to do? I went back to the car and wanted to drive to the nearest mamak stall for a drink. Eventually, I found out that parking in KL area is so difficult. So, I drove back to the police station, stopped there and waited until 9.00am.
At 9.00am sharp, I walked in to the saman counter. It’s not opened yet! But a few other "offenders" were there already. I joined in the crowd and waited along. The counter however began their transaction at around 9.15am. Well, no surprise that their timing is slower than ordinary Malaysians.
The counter was separated into 2 division; one for checking and another one for payment. I lined up at the checking counter first. I told that guy to check how much should I pay and if there’s any other saman under my name. He told me the existing one is RM50.00 only after discount (OP: RM100.00). He also said that I have another saman, which is a speed trap taken in Bentong in March 2008, which cost RM200.00 after discount (OP:RM300.00). I was like, "Huh?! How come? I am a snail driver worr…?! When was that? Could be the time Mein & I went to Kuantan last year…" But without any way to object, I have to pay for that saman. So, I walked towards the payment counter and paid RM250.00 under the name of charity to PDRM.
For anyone else who want to pay their saman, you can visit Balai Polis Trafik in Jalan Tun HS Lee and their business hour is :
Weekday : 8.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday : 9.00am – 12.00pm
No mention of opening on Sunday.
3 thoughts on “Nak Bayar Saman Pun Susah!”
uncle dixon, myeg online also can summon i thinkalso got discount wo
Dear Uncle Jeffrey – the problem is myeg online does not show my summons. They have not enter the summon i got into their system. That\’s y i cant pay thru myeg. I wouldn\’t have to go thru all those hectics IF they are quick enough to key-in the summon into their system… *sigh*
Nice sharing..thanks for the info