Public relations officer of the state Road Transport Department(JPJ), Albert Clement was reported by the Borneo Post to have said they they had set up a surveillance and intelligence unit to nab the errant drivers.

He disclosed that the unit’s modus operandi was to go undercover on the roads and take pictures of the errant drivers.

The offenses under scrutiny include slow driving on the fast lane, using the phone on the road, overtaking on double lines, beating the red lights, failure to obey traffic rules and use safety helmets and not strapping safety belts.

Each offense would normally carry a compound of RM300.