Following last week’s announcement by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) on the new deadline for expired road tax (Lesen Kenderaan Motor) and driving licences, Pos Malaysia has released details on the process of renewals at their premises.

As Pos Malaysia is expecting a surge in traffic for the renewals of the said driving documents, the offices will not be handling walk-in customers, instead, move to an online appointment booking system. Customers will need to find their preferred post office, time slot here and then make the appointment. Click here to access the booking site.

A customer is permitted to only book one appointment slot per day and perform a maximum transaction per appointment.

We tried to access the booking system earlier but seems to be no slots available for the month of August. Hopefully it is signs of the system not online yet rather than all slots fully taken up.

Last week, the JPJ announced that they will no longer be extended the deadline of September 30th for vehicle owners and drivers with expired road tax and all licences. The JPJ, together with the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) are also scheduled to perform enforcement activities on the roads from October 1st.

Here are the latest updates on movement and travel restrictions, beginning August 10th.

The JPJ also reminds vehicle owners that renewals to be done online through their MySikap portal as well as MyEG. All transactions that are not available to be performed online can only be done via appointments. Walk-ins will not be entertained. Renewal of the road tax can also be done at self-service kiosks at JPJ offices, which also require an appointment.

For those who with expire road tax, please ensure your vehicle is covered with valid insurance and bring along the “e-cover note” while driving with an expired road tax slip still in the car.

Source: Pos Malaysia