JPJ eBid heats up: ANP, QS-U number plates up for grabs

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Calling all car enthusiasts and those seeking unique license plates! The Malaysian Department of Road Transport (JPJ) has announced that two new number plate series, ANP (Perak) and QS-U (Sarawak), are up for bidding on their online auction platform, JPJ eBid.

For Perak motorists, the wait is over! The ANP series is now available for bidding on JPJ eBid starting today, June 6th. The bidding window will be open for five days, closing on June 10th at 10 pm. As with previous auctions, the entire process is conducted online, and bidders will be notified of the results via email the following day.

Looking to add some Sarawakian flair to your ride? The QS-U series will be hitting JPJ eBid on June 8th. The bidding period will run for five days, concluding on June 12th at 10 pm.

Don't Miss Out on Your Dream Plate

Whether you're a Perak resident seeking a personalized ANP plate or a Sarawakian driver wanting a unique QS-U combination, JPJ eBid offers a convenient platform to secure your desired license plate.

Here's what you need to know:

  • Visit JPJ eBid for registration and bidding details.
  • Bidding starts on June 6th for ANP (Perak) and June 8th for QS-U (Sarawak).
  • The bidding window closes for both series on their respective fifth day at 10 pm.
  • Bidders will be notified of the results via email.

So, buckle up and get ready to bid! This might be your chance to land that perfect plate to complement your car.

Looking for more information on JPJ eBid or number plate regulations?

  • Check out the official JPJ website for announcements and guidelines.
  • Browse online resources for tips and strategies on JPJ eBid bidding.

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