The Ministry of Transport has extended the moratorium to Malaysian Driving Licenses (LMM) and road tax (or its legal term, Lesen Kenderaan Memandu, LKM) until 31-December 2021.
The Ministry has acknowledged the difficulties faced by many recently when attempting to renew their driving licenses and road tax. As such, expired road tax and driving license will not be subjected to enforcement and compliance activities by JPJ and Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) until 31-December 2021.
However, holders of road tax expiring within the stipulated period need to ensure that their vehicles have valid insurance. The insurance e-cover note should be displayed as needed including for inspection purposes.
The public encouraged to use existing online services available as PosMalaysia Berhad, MyEG and PUSPAKOM for related transactions. This is to reduce crowds at JPJ branches and ensure a more positive experience for the public when renewing their road tax and driving license.
The Ministry reminds the public to strictly comply with the stipulated Covid-19 prevention standard operating procedures (SOP) when visiting any JPJ outlet.
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