Land Transport Department LTD) Director Dr Hj Supry Hj Ladi (L) speaking during a press conference on Road Traffic Rules yesterday. Also in attendance were Senior Superintendent of Police Kevin Chiuh Ted Toon (C) and Deputy Public Prosecutor Christopher Ng (R). Picture: BT/Khai Zem Mat Sani
BY KHAI ZEM MAT SANI
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN - MOTORISTS who commit compoundable traffic offences will now pay fines of up to $500 starting from February 1, 2017, the government announced yesterday.
The Ministry of Communications and Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) in a press conference said at least seven road violations, which were previously treated as summons cases, will be turned into compoundable traffic offences.