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B40 Petrol Subsidy: Check if you’re eligible online
As announced during Budget 2020, Malaysians under the B40 (Below 40%) group will be able to enjoy petrol subsidies for RON95 petrol.
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BSH recipients from B40 group can check eligibility for PSP
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): A total 2.9 million of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) recipients from the B40 group who qualify for the Petrol Subsidy Programme (PSP) can check their eligibility through the psp.kpd...
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Passing message down to the ground takes time
I REFER to the report “E-hailing drivers left baffled” (The Star, Oct 14).On Oct 10, Road Transport Department (JPJ) Enforcement Division director Khairul Anuar Bachok said his department would ta...
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BSH recipients from B40 group can check eligibility for PSP from today
KUALA LUMPUR: A total 2.9 million of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) recipients from the B40 group who qualify for the Petrol Subsidy Programme (PSP) can check their eligibility through the psp.kpdnhep.gov.m...
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Aid recipients eligible for fuel subsidies can check status online
PUTRAJAYA: The 2.9 million recipients of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) who are eligible for fuel subsidies can start checking their status online.
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Bids for ‘BQB’ series vehicle number plates to start Oct 25
SHAH ALAM, Oct 15 — The Road Transport Department (RTD) is aiming to raise up to RM1 million worth of bids for vehicle registration number series of BQB 1 to BQB 9999 when the bidding session opens ...
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BSH recipients from B40 group can check eligibility for PSP from today
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 15): A total 2.9 million of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) recipients from the B40 group who qualify for the Petrol Subsidy Programme (PSP) can check their eligibility through the psp.kpdn...
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B40 BSH recipients can start checking eligibility for petrol subsidy, says domestic trade minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 — A total 2.9 million of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) recipients from the B40 group who qualify for the Petrol Subsidy Programme (PSP) can check their eligibility through the  psp...
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Govt to announce outcome of study on M40 petrol subsidy mechanism in 2020
KUALA LUMPUR: The government will announce the outcome of a study on the petrol subsidy mechanism for the middle income group (M40) next year, said Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (pix), here today.
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BSH recipients eligible for fuel subsidies can check status online
PUTRAJAYA: The 2.9 million recipients of Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) who are eligible for fuel subsidies can start checking their status online.
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Targeted petrol subsidy expected to benefit five million from M40 group
Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: Some five million people from the  M40 (middle income) group are also expected to benefit from the targeted petrol subsidy scheme (...
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Minister says RON95 subsidy nearly RM100m a week at current oil price
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 — The price ceiling for RON95 petrol required a subsidy of almost RM100 million per week at the prevailing oil price, said Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Ser...
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Confusion mounts for e-hailing drivers after October 12 deadline passes
If you’ve tried to use e-hailing services like Grab over the past few days or so, chances are that you’d have noticed that there appears to be less drivers on the road.
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E-hailing and Grabcar drivers baffled by Government regulations
PETALING JAYA: E-hailing drivers are baffled over what they say are discrepancies in the statements issued by the Transport Ministry and the Land Public Transport Agency (APAD). This came about after...
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Fuel subsidy plan to include M40 group – gov’t aiming for simultaneous implementation with B40 next year
The ministry of domestic trade and consumer affairs (KPDNHEP) is hoping to implement the petrol subsidy programme (PSP) for recipients of the Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) – or B40 – as well as those i...
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E-hailing drivers registered for PSV exam given leeway
Days after the Road Transport Department declared that no further leeway will be given to e-hailing drivers, Transport Minister, Anthony Loke, had clarified over the weekend that the e-hailing regulat...
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E-hailing drivers left baffled
PETALING JAYA: E-hailing drivers are baffled over what they say are discrepancies in the statements issued by the Transport Ministry and the Land Public Transport Agency...
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Saifuddin hopes fuel subsidy for B40, M40 to be implemented simultaneously
GEORGE TOWN: The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs hopes the targeted fuel subsidy programme (PSP) for recipients of the cost of living aid (BSH) or B40 will be implemented simultaneousl...
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Saifuddin hopes fuel subsidy for B40, M40 to be implemented simultaneously
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry hopes the targeted fuel subsidy programme (PSP) for recipients of the cost of living aid...
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Saifuddin hopes fuel subsidy for B40, M40 will be implemented simultaneously
GEORGE TOWN, Oct 13 — The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs hopes the targeted fuel subsidy programme (PSP) for recipients of the cost of living aid (BSH) or B40 will be implemented s...
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Ministry to gather data on recipients of petrol subsidy
KULIM: The government will gather the necessary data to determine the number of people in the M40 group eligible for the targeted Petrol Subsidy Programme (PSP) as announced in the 2020 Budget on Frid...
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New e-hailing regulations kicks off in Malaysia; authorities to take gradual approach
NILAI: E-hailing regulations in Malaysia kicked off on Saturday (Oct 12) as the transport ministry promised to be more lenient towards drivers who are in the final stage of obtaining the passenger ser...
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Ministry to gather data on M40 recipients of petrol subsidy
KULIM, Oct 12 — The government will gather the necessary data to determine the number of people in the M40 group eligible for the targeted Petrol Subsidy Programme (PSP) as announced in the 2020 Bud...
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Loke: E-hailing enforcement starting but will be lenient for now
NILAI (Bernama): The Transport Ministry will continue to fully enforce the e-hailing regulation starting Saturday (Oct 12), but has promised to be more lenient towards...
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JPJ: No more leeway, new e-hailing regulations to be enforced strictly
PUTRAJAYA, Oct 10 — The Road Transport Department (RTD) will not give any further leeway to e-hailing drivers and will strictly enforce its new regulations when they take effect on October 12, its e...
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JPJ will no longer ‘give face’ to e-hailing drivers
Road Transport Department (JPJ) enforcement director Khairul Anwar Bachok told a press conference on Thursday that the department will no longer compromise and take action against e-hailing drivers wh...
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Disgruntled e-hailing drivers threaten to sue Loke, ministry over surprise rules
PUTRAJAYA, Oct 10 — A group of disgruntled e-hailing drivers today vowed to sue the Transport Ministry and Anthony Loke if their demands are not fulfilled before new regulations on them comes into e...
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E-hailing drivers unhappy with 'AH' vehicle code
PUTRAJAYA: E-hailing drivers have expressed dissatisfaction with the Transport Ministry's decision to change their vehicle's code to 'AH', which denotes that it is a "private e-hailing" car.
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Umno Youth: Reform JPJ to fix e-hailing policy issue
KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of the policies to enable e-hailing drivers to obtain their Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence have to be fixed at the Road...
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Loke: Special code for e-hailing cars
PUTRAJAYA: Private cars used for e-hailing business will not be classified as commercial vehicles in ownership grants after conversion to “AH” code, says Anthony Loke.
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Expect longer waiting times for a Grab ride from Sunday
PETALING JAYA: Grab users can expect longer waiting times once e-hailing regulations come into force on Sunday (Oct 13) as less than half of the company’s drivers have obtained their public service ...
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Anthony Loke: No need for e-hailing drivers to go to JPJ, or have physical eVPs
Earlier today, the Malaysian E-Hailing Drivers Association (MeHDA) were reportedly up in arms over what they construed to be a sudden u-turn by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and the Land Public ...
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Transport Ministry says E-hailing ‘AH’ code registered automatically
PUTRAJAYA: E-hailing drivers need not rush to the Road Transport Department (RTD) offices to register for the ‘AH’ code for their vehicles because it is just a formality, according to Transport Mi...
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JPJ code for e-hailing vehicles will not be on vehicle grants
Transport Minister Anthony Loke clarified that the special "AH" code given to vehicles used for e-hailing by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) will not appear on vehicle grants, as the code is only ...
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E-hailing cars’ AH code are registered automatically – Loke
Anthony Loke Siew Fook – Bernama file photo PUTRAJAYA: The AH code for private e-hailing vehicles will be registered automatically in the mySIKAP system and the owners and e-hailing drivers need no...
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Loke: JPJ code for e-hailing vehicles will not be on vehicle grants
PUTRAJAYA: The special "AH" code given to vehicles used for e-hailing by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) will not appear on vehicle grants, says Anthony Loke.
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Syed Mokhtar-linked company to acquire Utusan's print permit, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Insurance premium discount for careful drivers from Jan 2020
Careful drivers will get discounts on their insurance premium starting from January, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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Grab surprised by new govt requirements imposed on e-hailing drivers
PETALING JAYA: E-hailing operator Grab said it was taken aback by two new requirements imposed on e-hailing drivers as new regulations on the industry takes into...
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RON95 price to be floated
PUTRAJAYA: The price of RON95 will float according to the market once the targeted fuel subsidy scheme kicks off in January next year.
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507 summonses issued in Sunday night joint ops
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 507 summonses were issued following a joint operation between the Kuala Lumpur Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department JSPT)...
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Also Read: Malaysian youth minister to bring gojek into his country
Malaysia’s e-hailing drivers reportedly have two new requirements to fulfill if they want to stay operating from this Saturday, causing concerns to fail to meet these additional conditions before th...
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507 summonses issued in Sunday night op
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 507 summonses were issued during the three-hour integrated operation mounted by Kuala Lumpur Police, here Sunday night.
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E-hailing drivers in a jam
PETALING JAYA: E-hailing drivers have two new requirements to fulfil if they want to be on the road from this Saturday, prompting concerns of a rush to meet...
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41 e-hailing firms licensed to operate
PETALING JAYA: Is Grab a monopoly?
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Needless inconvenience caused by red tape
CAN the Transport Minister or at least one of his top officials spare a moment to resolve a problem – no doubt a trivial one insofar as they are concerned – that has caused much inconvenience to a...
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E-hailing drivers call to meet transport minister: report
E-hailing driver groups are calling to meet with transport minister Anthony Loke in order to air their views on the regulation of the ride-hailing industry, The Star reports.
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Lee: Medical exams for e-hailing drivers must be done properly
GOPENG: Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye has maintained that clinics offering medical examination for e-hailing drivers must do proper checks regardless of the set fees.This comes amid a wrangle between the Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) and...
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Health ministry does not fix rate for e-hailing drivers’ medical checks
GOPENG: The Health Ministry does not fix the medical examination fee rate for e-hailing drivers renewing their Public Transport Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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Health Ministry does not fix rate for e-hailing drivers’ medical checks
GOPENG: The Health Ministry does not fix the medical examination fee rate for e-hailing drivers renewing their Public Transport Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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'So be it' says Dr Lee on cheaper medical checks for e-hailing drivers
GOPENG: Clinics are free to set the fee for medical examinations of e-hailing drivers, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Aussie engineer who lost car says cops were unhelpful and freed suspect on bail
KUALA LUMPUR: An Australian marine engineer who lost his car in a scam that targeted those who sell their vehicles online is exasperated with what he perceives as a lack of seriousness by the authorit...
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‘Cheap medical test is unethical’
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association wants the Health Ministry to investigate claims that doctors are providing medical exams for e-hailing drivers at just RM20, calling the fee “impossible”. It was impossible for general practitioners (GPs) to...
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MMA urges Health Ministry to probe RM20 medical exam for e-hailing drivers
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has urged the Health Ministry to investigate the type of medical examinations being offered to e-hailing drivers for only RM20. MMA president Dr...
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MMA urges Health Ministry to investigate RM20 medical examination for e-hailing drivers
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) has urged the Health Ministry to investigate the type of medical examinations being offered to e-hailing...
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PSV medical fee set at RM80 for e-hailing drivers—but why?
The Road Transport Department (JPJ)’s recent decision to implement the set fee for medical examination charges for new (and renewal of) PSV licence applications has not gone down well with e-hailing...
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MeHDA: Govt should not fix medical examination charges for PSV licence
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia E-Hailing Drivers Association (MeHDA) today expressed its concern about the government’s decision to set the medical examination fee in connection with new public service ...
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Why charge RM80 for medical exam, ask e-hailers
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia E-Hailing Drivers Association (MeHDA) today expressed its concern about the government’s decision to set the medical examination fee in connection with new public service ...
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E-hailing drivers against govt’s move to set PSV application/renewal medical test charges at RM80
E-hailing drivers are against the government’s move to set the fee for the mandatory medical examination, required for PSV license application or renewal, at RM80. Some private clinics charge as low...
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New fire safety rules for food truck operators
PUTRAJAYA: Food truck owners will need to comply with new fire safety rules to protect their businesses from fire-related accidents, says the Housing and Local...
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PPD1 number plate auctioned for RM120,000
The JPJeBid system as seen on a mobile phone.  — Bernama BUKIT MERTAJAM: The vehicle registration number PPD1 fetched the highest bid at RM120,000 in the online auction conducted by the Road Transp...
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PPD1 number plate fetches RM120,000
BUKIT MERTAJAM: The vehicle registration number PPD1 fetched the highest bid at RM120,000, during a five-day online bidding process from Sept 19 to 23, undertaken by the state Road Transport Departmen...
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PPD1 number plate auctioned for RM120,000
BUKIT MERTAJAM (Bernama): The vehicle registration number PPD1 fetched the highest bid at RM120,000 in the online auction conducted by the Road Transport...
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‘PPD1’ number plate fetches RM120,000
BUKIT MERTAJAM, Sept 25 — The vehicle registration number PPD1 fetched the highest bid at RM120,000, during a five-day online bidding process from September 19 to 23, undertaken by the state Road Tr...
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Scrap hunting three-wheeled bikers among foreigners held in RTD operation
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreigners using three-wheeled motorcycles loaded with scrap items were among 181 held in a Road Transport Department operation to nab foreign illegal drivers in Selangor in the last two...
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FT RTD to auction 100 impounded vehicles - list includes Mercedes and BMW
One hundred impounded vehicles will be auctioned off by the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur's Road Transport Department (FT RTD) on Oct 9 at the Dewan Merpati.
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Foreigners driving buses, taxis without license
PETALING JAYA: Foreigners without valid driving license are undeterred by the repeated operations carried out against them by the Road Transport Department (RTD) and continue to illegally drive taxis,...
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Six Penang JPJ officers charged with graft
BUTTERWORTH: A total of six Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers have pleaded not guilty to 14 charges of receiving bribes totalling RM10,900.
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JPJ to open e-bidding next month for QAA-Y, QS-L number series
Shaharuddin (fourth left) and others holding up the samples of the new number series.
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17 vehicles seized for dangerous driving
Haris (second right) with one of the vehicles seized during the integrated operation.
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KL defers VEP enforcement during peak-hour traffic
Malaysia yesterday announced that it would defer the enforcement of its Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) during "peak-hour traffic operation" until further notice, citing "several issues", including difficu...
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Police put brakes on illegal street racing in Penampang, seize 17 cars
PENAMPANG, Sept 23 — Two car drivers in their 20s were arrested for using Jalan Pintas here as their racetrack, while their vehicles and 15 other cars were seized in a joint operation conducted by t...
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Enforcement of VEP at three areas in Johor postponed
PUTRAJAYA: The enforcement of the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) in all exit lanes at Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI) Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) complex and the Sultan Abu Bakar CIQ (KSAB) c...
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Govt delays VEPs for vehicles entering through Singapore
PETALING JAYA: The transport ministry says it will defer the enforcement of Vehicle Entry Permits (VEPs) for foreign vehicles entering the country through Singapore due to difficulties installing the ...
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MOT defers enforcement of vehicle entry permit until further notice
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 23): The Ministry of Transport (MOT) said it will defer enforcement of vehicle entry permit (VEP) on all outbound traffic at both Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI) and Kompleks Sultan ...
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Jail for Singaporean who gave bribe to unlawfully obtain Malaysian driving licence
SINGAPORE (ANN): A man's elaborate plan to own and drive two cars here hit a bump in the road when he incurred multiple parking penalties.
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68 foreigners nabbed in Nilai
NILAI: The Immigration Department has detained 68 foreigners in an integrated operation at the Nilai 3 Commercial Centre here today.
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JPJ targets all types of makes and models for illegal mods, not just ‘Ysuku’ bikes
JPJ personnel examining motorcycles during the operation.
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'DDP 1' plate number fetches RM152,999
Nik Azhan (centre) said the 'DDP 1' bid, which was secured by a company, was among four bids made for the plate number.
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‘DDP 1’ plate number fetches RM152,999
KOTA BARU: The vehicle plate number ‘DDP 1’ fetched the highest bid at RM152,999 in Kelantan, during a five-day online bidding process from Aug 30 to Sept 3, undertaken by the state Road Transport...
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DDP 1 plate number fetches RM153,000 in e-bidding
KOTA BHARU: The vehicle plate number DDP 1 fetched the highest bid at RM152,999 in Kelantan, during a five-day online bidding process from Aug 30 to Sept 3.
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'DDP 1' plate number fetches RM152,999
KOTA BARU (Bernama): The vehicle plate number "DDP 1" fetched the highest bid at RM152,999 in Kelantan, during a five-day online bidding process from Aug 30 to...
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Why was the number plate CEE 841 sold for RM5,100?
Pahang’s Road Transport Department (JPJ) has just concluded its online bidding for its CEE licence plate series.
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The number plate CEE841 just sold for RM5,100 in Pahang — can you guess why?
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5 — Pahang’s Road Transport Department (JPJ) has just concluded its online bidding for its CEE licence plate series.
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Road tax renewal process being studied to check leakages
PUTRAJAYA: The Transport Ministry is studying a new initiative including using the existing information and technology system to process Motor Vehicle Licence (road tax) in the country, which is alleg...
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Road tax renewal process being studied to check leakages
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 4): The Transport Ministry is studying a new initiative including using the existing information and technology system to process Motor Vehicle Licence (road tax) in the country which ...
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Ministry looking at new ways to curb road tax renewal leakages
The Transport Ministry is studying new initiatives, including using existing ICT systems, to process motor vehicle licences, which is allegedly suffering from leakages.
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Loke: Road tax renewal process being studied to check leakages
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 4 — The Transport Ministry is studying a new initiative including using the existing information and technology system to process Motor Vehicle Licence (road tax) in the country whic...
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Over 55K e-hailing drivers pass PSV exam ahead of next month’s enforcement
In a move to regulate e-hailing services such as Grab, MyCar, Dacsee and Mula, all drivers are required to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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Over 55,000 e-hailing drivers pass public service vehicle test
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — More than half of the 86,789 drivers from five e-hailing companies in the country who took the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) test have passed a month ahead of enforcement, the ...
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Road tax renewal at post offices to continue as govt mulls way to plug leakages
PUTRAJAYA: The public will be able to continue to renew road tax at post offices while a special task force look into ways to plug leakages caused by underpayment of road...
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Vehicle ownership transfers can be done online
KUALA LUMPUR: Motor vehicle buyers and sellers need not be present at Road Transport Department (RTD) offices for the transfer of ownership, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke (pix) yesterday.
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Transport Ministry to review JPJ’s decision to stop road tax renewals at post offices in East Malaysia
According to a report by Bernama, the Transport Ministry will review a recent order by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) to discontinue road tax renewals for private vehicles with an engine capacity...
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JPJ forms task force to stem revenue loss from illegal renewal of vehicle licences
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 3 — The Road Transport Department (RTD) has established a task force whose main job is to catch those who attempt to renew their vehicle licences on the sly in Sabah, Sarawak, Lab...
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Report: Fuel subsidy delayed due to disbursement method
The delay in the rollout of the targeted petrol subsidy scheme is due to a lack of data on income groups other than the B40, reports The Malaysian Insight.
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Govt to review road tax renewal suspension
MIRI: The Transport Ministry is prepared to review the order to stop road tax renewals for private vehicles of 2,000cc and above at post offices in Sarawak, Sabah...
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Loke: We’ll review JPJ decision on post office road tax renewal
Loke (seated third right) during his interview at MIRIfm yesterday morning.
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Transport Ministry to review suspension of road tax renewals in post offices
MIRI: The Transport Ministry is prepared to review an order to stop road tax renewals for private vehicles with a capacity of 2000cc and above at post offices in Sarawak, Sabah, Langkawi and Penang, e...
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Govt to review suspension of road tax renewal in post offices
MIRI (Sept 2): The Transport Ministry is prepared to review the order to stop road tax renewals for private vehicles of 2,000 cc and above at post offices in Sarawak, Sabah, Langkawi and Penang, effec...
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Govt to review suspension of road tax renewal in post offices
MIRI: The Transport Ministry is prepared to review the order to stop road tax renewals for private vehicles of 2,000 cc and above at post offices in Sarawak, Sabah, Langkawi and Penang, effective yest...
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