The Special Commission to Study the Transformation of the Civil Service has proposed that traffic offenders pay summonses on the spot.
Its chairman, Tun Zaki Azmi said traffic offenders who failed to pay the summonses would have their vehicles seized, clamped and towed.
He said the proposal would be forwarded to the government and hoped it would increase awareness among road users during the festive season.
The idea, which has been implemented in many countries such as United Kingdom and Singapore was mooted to force traffic offenders to respect the law and settle their unpaid summonses, worth millions of ringgit.
It is estimated that over 13 million ringgit worth of summonses is owed to five local authorities the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, Kuching Municipal Council, Petaling Jaya City Council and Kuantan Municipal Council.
The amount owed however, did not include summonses issued by police.