No Need to Display Physical Road Tax Sticker From 10th Feb Onwards

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The days of having to grapple with visually untidy road tax stickers will be over with effect from today. That is provided a car owner has already received a softcopy version of their road tax.

These are the words of our Minister for Transport of Malaysia, Anthony Loke Siew Fook. Digitisation has been touted as a viable solution to dealing with the slew of consistent backlash arising from traditional hardcopy paperwork. It extends to the implementation of digital versions of Malaysian driving licenses (LMM).Editors%2 Fimages%2 F1676882548784 Msiacar 1The Malaysian government already has an internal trial to sort out the rolling out of the e-LKM and e-LMM’s digital display mode. You can sort out your e-LKM and e-LMM needs through the Road Transport Department (JPJ) website, which can be accessed at, or the MyJPJ app.

With the adoption of a digital roadtax, there will no longer be a legal need to display a hardcopy road tax sticker. But this change will be implemented in phases, with lawmakers allowing you to still display a physical sticker if you are not ready to go digital. There is one exemption to this rule though - drivers intending to cross the border to Brunei Darussalam or Kalimantan, Indonesia respectively will still be required to  display physical road tax stickers.

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