Road Traffic Act
(Chapter 276, Section 135(2))
Road Traffic (Composition of Offences) Rules
R 29
(25th March 1992)
[1st June 1986]
1.  These Rules may be cited as the Road Traffic (Composition of Offences) Rules.
List of offences
2.  The following offences may be compounded by the Deputy Commissioner of Police or any police officer not below the rank of sergeant specially authorised by name in that behalf in accordance with section 135(1) of the Act:
(a)the offences referred to in sections 10 (1), 12(1), 12(2), 20(2), 26(3), 29(1), 35 (1), 36(3), 39(1), 63(4), 65, 72, 73(2), 74(3), 77(4), 78(3), 81(1), 84(6), 87(3), 94(1), 97, 113(4), 115(5), 118(4), 120(1), 121(6), 122, 126(1), 126(2), 126(4) and 127(4) of the Act; and
(b)the offences under any rules or orders made under the Act.
Methods of payment
3.  When an offer of composition of any offence is made and accepted, payment shall be made —
(a)by cash, cheque, money order or postal order to the police officer authorised to make such offer of composition or to the Deputy Commissioner of Police, as the case may be, and he shall account for it in the ordinary way and issue a receipt for such payment to the person to whom the offer of composition was made; and
(b)by an electronic fund transfer system whereby payment may be effected by directing the transfer of funds electronically from the bank account of the payer to a bank account so designated by the Commissioner of Police who shall account for it in the ordinary way. The Commissioner of Police may from time to time stipulate the various electronic fund transfer systems as he may think fit to be used for the purpose of these Rules.
4.  The Deputy Commissioner of Police may design and utilise such forms as he may think fit for any of the purposes of these Rules and may require any person to complete any of the forms for any such purposes.