After viewing the video that showed a selfish driver hogging an OKU spot in Shah Alam, we thought we would do our best to ensure that OKUs in Malaysia know of their rights to obtain the special sticker to be placed on their vehicles, notifying other motorists on the road as well as allow them to access to utilise specially designated parking spots.
Even if you’re not an OKU, this guide on how to obtain the special OKU vehicle sticker also serves as an education purpose for if and when you need to help someone who is an OKU. It is adapted from the Road Transport Department Malaysia.
Requirements For Application
Documents Required For Application
Upon meeting the requirements mentioned above, you will require these documents depending on the scenario:
Application By Owner Of Registered Vehicle
Application By Heir
Application By Representative Of OKU Association/Organisation
The Borang JPJK17 looks like this:
Upon Receiving The OKU Sticker
The JPJ has provided a guide when placing the OKU sticker on your car which you can find in full here.
As a summary, the OKU sticker placed on cars should be transparent and displayed on the upper left of both the front and rear windscreens.
Motorcycle with side-cars should use reflective 3M OKU stickers and be placed on the upper right of the front and rear of the side-car.
As for support-based motorcycles (support wheels at the back), reflective 3M OKU stickers should be used and placed on the upper right at the front of the motorcycle and for the rear, it should be placed on an additional plate fixed below the number plate.