Appeals are only considered for medical emergencies and all appeals are to be supported by relevant documentary proof.
Repeated appeals without fresh evidence will not be considered.
If you do not meet the above criteria, you can pay your fine at Status of Outstanding Traffic Offence and Payment of Fines.
Providing false information to the Police in the e-application is an offence under section 182 of the Penal Code, Chapter 224.
With the introduction of this online service, Traffic Police will be ceasing its operation for walk-in appeals on outstanding traffic offences at Traffic Police Headquarters. Traditional channels for traffic violation appeals such as fax, e-mail, post will also cease. Appellants who wish to submit an appeal to their traffic offences are advised to do so through the e-Service. Payment of traffic fines can also be performed online. You may wish to note that appeals for outstanding traffic offences will only be considered on the grounds of medical emergencies which will require supporting documentary proof to be submitted. To protect the safety lives of all road users, Traffic Police takes a firm stance against traffic offenders and all appeals which do not meet the above criteria will be rejected.
Appeals are only considered for medical emergencies.
WHAT YOU NEED
Report Reference Number
Relevant Documentary Proof
Valid Email Address
You can provide feedback to the Traffic Police at the following: