Automated Enforcement System (AES) - 004

The Kejara demerit points system, which deducts various amounts depending on the committed traffic offense, and the Automated Enforcement System (AES) is making a comeback at the end of the year, according to news reports quoting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

The minister was cited saying that, “We hope to revive Kejara as well as the AES by the end of this year. Both systems are good and effective and we need good systems,”

The Kejara demerit points system is said to have put on hold back in 2011 because of enforcement and feasibility constraints, while the AES was supposed to start in 2012 but came under public objections. Both systems are undergoing reviews to iron out details before implementation at the end of the year.

 



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