I support AES, but not to outsourcing the service to UMNO cronies and RM300 fine for each summons.
As a matter of fact, RM300 for each over speeding summons is not cheap compared with RM 2,000 per month GDP per capita in Malaysia.
If BN government can outsource JPJ and police enforcement power to private companies, our king can outsource the Cabinet to foreigners as well.
BN government is issuing more summonses with AES to collect more money from rakyat without the intention to address high traffic accidents on the roads.
I suggest a new proposal with the aim of educating our drivers with a soft stick approach. The summons for first offend should be capped at RM100, second offend at RM200 and RM300 for third and more offends.
A 50% discount is given only to those offenders who choose to attend 2-hour short course on road safety organized by JPJ.
Any right-minded and responsible government will cancel the privatised AES and call for more feedback from the rakyat on how to re-implement Automated Enforcement System in more effective and just manner.
BN government is picking fight with 10 million++ vehicle owners with its scandal tainted AES and BN may pay the ultimate price for its outsourced AES summonses.- NK Khoo/FMT