Police has launched the electronic Express Penalty Scheme in which new portable electronic machines and printers will replace receipt books.
According to the DIGP, Maj. Gen Sabiiti Muzeyi, the new system will help encourage transparency as well as cracking down on defaulters.
A total of 1400 traffic officers have been trained to use the new system.
Using the new system, traffic police officers issue and print receipts to offenders, according to Traffic Director Dr Steven Kasiima.
Defaulters can also be tracked using the system because driving permit numbers and number plates of vehicles are captured by the system.