All Licenses And Road Tax Must Be Renewed By September 30


All Licenses And Road Tax Must Be Renewed By September 30

The moratorium period for the renewal of all licenses and road tax will end on September 30.

The moratorium period for the renewal of Competent Driving Licences (CDL), Motor Vehicle Licences (MVL or Road Tax), Goods Driving Licence (GDL) and the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) license will not be extended after September 30 according to the Road Transport Department (JPJ).

In this regard, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) said, compliance monitoring and enforcement activities by the department's enforcement body and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) will commence starting from October 1.

JPJ no extension on moratorium"Vehicle owners whose road taxes have expired have to ensure they have valid insurance coverage and can produce their e-cover note upon request by authorities when called upon.

"The moratorium period or extension of the deadline for renewals will stop on September 30.

"Checks on compliance and enforcement by JPJ enforcers will start from October 1 onwards," it said in a statement on Wednesday (August 4), as reported by The Star.


JPJ said, the public is advised to make renewals and transactions online through the public mySIKAP portal ( or JPJ's partner, myEG.

JPJ also said that Pos Malaysia branches and offices is expected to start JPJ transactions at more than 650 branches throughout Malaysia starting from August 9.

"We will make sure stocks and supplies of licenses and road tax documents are sufficient in anticipation of a surge in renewals later," it added according to The Star.

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