Driving in a crowded urban life often brings about problems like fining for all of us. Fighting one side and paying off these offenses is one hand. A criminal inquiry and finding an easy way to pay for these offenses is one of the concerns of our lives. The Crimes Plus app is here to get everything you need about the offense and urban tolls. All payments that you need to pay or pay off are available online and offline.
KPF is ready to provide services in 6 different categories:
• Investigation and payment of driving offenses
• The negative grade of the certificate
• Request for a technical examination of the vehicle
• Freeway Complications and Traffic Plans
• third party
• fuel card
Investigation and payment of driving offenses
In this section, by entering the number behind your car or motor card, you can easily see the details of each of your driving offenses. Online and offline payments are provided for you to pay for your wrong moment. In the inquiry section, the total amount of driving offenses and the total number of offenses, as well as each crime, are displayed separately for you.
Negative Certificate Score
In the negative grade section of the certificate, just enter your certificate number to see both the negative score and the number of violations.
In this section you can see it in case of accident registration in the hallway. Just enter your VIN number in the offending Plus.
Invitation to the technical examination of the car
You must also enter your vehicle identification code in your application for a technical inspection of your car to see the expiration date and status of your technical examination certificate.
Freeway Complications and Traffic Plans
In this part of the Corruption Plus app, you can also view the tolls of the freeway and the traffic plan complications by entering your license plate number.
Enter your national code and unique insurance code in this section to see details about your third-party insurance.
You can simply view the latest status of your fuel card in the offending Plus by entering your vehicle identification code, or VIN.