Salute to PDRM!!!
Couple of days ago during lunch, some expats colleagues in my office were discussing about traffic offences. Some of them were worried they might have committed traffic offences & will face difficulty leaving the country later.
So, I provided them a link (www.rilek.com.my) to check. Since most of the guys were busy checking, I didn't miss the chance, I too, keyed in my vehicle number. Tot I might have input wrong info, so I switched to NRIC instead of vehicle number during the 2nd attempt.
My, my, my...to my greatest surprise, there's indeed an outstanding traffic ticket. Details as such:
Date of Offence: 18 June 2004 at 15:43 pm
Issued by: KL (PDRM)
Description: Traffic Obstruction
I was really scratching my head when I saw that piece of info. Was checking the calendar & it was a working Friday. Checked my leave schedule, I was working on that day. Checked my diary, I was in my office & had a meeting at 2 pm. Traffic obstruction? Parking at my office designated parking bay considered as traffic obstruction????
Did I lend my car to someone? Definitely not coz I'm very particular about others using my car... For sure I wasn't the one committed the offence coz I had emails sent out after my meeting at 3 pm & last one sent was at 4.37 pm...strong alibi isn't it????
Wow! It's really efficient of PDRM...until now, am still wondering how possible it is to commit a traffic offence when I'm in office! As far as I know, PDRM is normally very prompt & diligent for issuing a registered letter to the offender informing on the oustanding offence. It's coming to a year now but nothing so far.
I always tot PDRM/JPJ will stop renewing driving license if there's oustanding summons(es). Yes? No? But I renewed mine last month & it was done in less than 5 mins!
Wonder if I will have the honor to bring up my case to the committee so that it can also be included in the 500-page of police report?????