Malaysian drivers of private vehicles are no longer required to display road tax information on their cars, according to Transport Minister Anthony Loke, who also says other vehicles, including those owned by firms, foreigners and public services, still require road tax information display.
The transition will be implemented in stages, with the first phase for individual private vehicles, including motorcycles, owned by Malaysians.
Drivers who don’t have smartphones can still display their road tax information sticker during the interim period, which is expected to last at least a year. There is also no requirement to carry a physical copy of driving licences; they can be accessed through the MyJPJ mobile app.
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