‘FF’ Nets Record RM34.2 Million In Revenue For JPJ
Transport Minister Anthony Loke announced today that the highest bid was for FF8 (RM950,000).
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The Road Transport Department Malaysia (JPJ) has earned a total of RM 34, 296, 327 in revenue following the bidding for the special ‘FF’ number plate series.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke announced today that the highest bids were for FF8 (RM950,000) and FF9 (RM911,999) with FF199 being the most popular number, with a total of 34 bidders.
As reported by Bernama, Loke said:
The five numbers which attracted the most interest were FF 199 with 34 bidders, FF 51 with 32 bidders, and FF 155, FF 555 and FF 1688 with 29 bidders each. In terms of total number of bidders and winners, the FF series also saw the highest participation since the launch of the JPJeBid online application on April 15, 2019.Transport Minister Anthony Loke
He also highlighted that the identities of those who won the bids are kept anonymous.
As long as procedures were followed and the bids were the highest, the individual concerned would win. We do not look at a purchaser’s background.Transport Minister Anthony Loke
Finally, Loke added that every individual is only allowed to bid on a maximum of three numbers.
You can watch the full press conference here.
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