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Highway Bureau, MOTC
The Highway Bureau is committed to provincial highway engineering, highway transportation management and highway supervision, simplifying administration and facilitating the people. The business scope is divided into three categories: road engineering, road transportation and road supervision, providing convenient and safe services for the public.
  • I received a violation ticket, but the vehicle was driven by someone else, and his driver’s license was issued by XX (station) Office, what should I do?
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    The owner should apply before the due date, please carry

     1. The seals of the vehicle owner and driver.

     2. Driver’s license of the driver.

     3. The original copy of the violation ticket and the evidence picture; after filling up all information, please hand them to the General Mail Office. The Office will mail the driver after all transfer procedures are done.

  • My vehicle is insured, but why was I still being accused of being against “Vehicle Compulsory Insurance” ?
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    1. The insurance company hasn’t uploaded the insurance record.

     2. The insurance record that the company uploaded is not correct, it might be wrong or is blank for its vehicle number.

     3. The vehicle was not insured on the violation date but after it.

  • What is the level of alcohol concentration (mg) in the air exhaled by a car driver that, if exceeded, will affect safe driving as described under Article 35 of the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act?
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    0.15 mg/L.

  • My license plate is cancelled directly, when can I start to use my vehicle?
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    According to Article 66 of Road Traffic Management and Penalty Regulations, you cannot reapply for the license within six months if your license plate is directly cancelled; besides, you should not reapply unless you are considered being qualified by the road supervising agency.

  • What is “one-time penalty?”
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    “One-time penalty” means simplified procedures for adjudication of traffic violation and suspension (revocation) or direct cancellation of a vehicle or driver’s license.

  • After I have received an adjudication decision, if I have objections to the penalty imposed by the competent authority, what should I do?
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    Initiate a proceeding at the administrative division of the district court in the place of the plaintiff’s domicile, residence or location, the place of violation or the place where the original agency imposing penalties is located within a fixed period of 30 days following receipt of the adjudication decision. For each proceeding initiated in relation to a case of traffic adjudication, the competent court will charge an adjudication fee of NT$300.

  • What is temporary parking?
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    It means a vehicle is parked for less than 3 minutes with its engine on to load or unload passengers or goods and is ready to move at any time.

  • “One-time penalty” involves computerized operations for adjudication. How does it set the deadline for the required appearance of the person penalized?
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    The following is a brief description of how the deadline for a required appearance is set for adjudication under “one-time penalty:”

    1. Deadline of fine payment: the deadline of fine payment is one month from the date of adjudication. For example, if the date of adjudication is May 20, 2006, the deadline of fine payment will be June 19, 2006.

    2. Deadline of cancellation (revocation): in the event of failure to hand over any vehicle or driver’s license suspended by penalty, the vehicle or driver’s license will be revoked on the day following the deadline for its handover. For example, if the deadline for handover of the suspended vehicle or driver’s license is July 4, 2006, the vehicle or driver’s license will be revoked on the next day, namely July 5, 2006.

    Where the penalty requires revocation of a vehicle or driver’s license, the vehicle or driver’s license will also be directly canceled.

    3. Deadline of referral to the court for enforcement: referral to the court for enforcement will be made on the day following the deadline of fine payment.

  • Do I need to pay any service fees if I pay a fine via telephone transfer?
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    If you use a credit card, you will be charged no more than NT$20 for each payment. If you use a debit card, you will be charged no more than NT$15.

  • How much will I be charged for service fee if I pay a fine by Giro transfer at a post office?
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    NT$10 for each payment.