Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong said that both JPJ and PDRM won’t take action if your license has expired.
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The Ministry of Transport has extended the renewal period for expired Motor Vehicle Licenses (LKM) and Malaysian Driving Licenses (LMM) until 31 December, 2021.
Transport Minister Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong was quoted by Berita Harian saying that any LKM and LMM owners whose validity period has expired, will not be subject to enforcement and compliance action by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM).
However, he said, the owner of LKM whose validity period has expired still needs to ensure that the vehicle is covered by valid insurance, and display and show a valid Certificate of Insurance Coverage for inspection.
The Ministry of Transport is very sensitive to the feedback and difficulties of the public in using the services of agencies under it such as JPJ, when the country was hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. In this regard, the Ministry of Transport has decided to extend the renewal period of LKM and LMM until 31 December 2021.Transport Minister Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong via Berita Harian
Walk-ins starting 6 September
Wee also mentioned that the Road Transport Department (JPJ) service counters will be running at 100% capacity and walk-ins will be allowed starting 6 September.
To perform transactions at JPJ counters, the Transport Minister said that they must be fully vaccinated as a necessary precaution to safeguard the public’s health as well as that of the staff on duty.
He also added that visitors will need to show that they have a a low-risk status in their MySejahtera application.
With JPJ opening its doors for walk-ins, Wee said that the Transport Department will not continue their online appointment system.
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