As the Covid-19 vaccination rate has reached 57% of the total adult population (79% with least one dose) in Malaysia, more and more businesses in the service sector are slowly increasing their output.

For the transportation sector, Puspakom, the sole vehicle inspection body in Malaysia, is making its mobile inspection units available every day, seven days a week, to ease those in need of the service.

The mobile inspection unit consists of three different services; Mobile Truck for heavy commercial vehicles, Light Mobile for light commercial vehicles, and Mobile Van for private vehicles.

There has been an important update to the list of allowed activities and services for states under Phase 1 NRP. Click here for more info!

The mobile van is intended to serve private vehicle owners or businesses who want the inspection on their vehicles performed at their convenience at a place and time of their choice. However, only two inspections can be done, which are the Transfer of Ownership (Tukar Hakmilik) B5 and Special Inspection B2.

As for the fee, two separate charges are imposed; the usual RM30 inspection fee and an RM100 service fee, per-vehicle basis.

There are still five weeks left in the validity extension of expired inspection reports and road tax by the JPJ, which ends on September 30th. Those who wish to renew their road tax and driving licenses can make an appointment at their nearest Pos Laju at this link.

In conjunction with the celebration of the month of Merdeka, JPJ is offering discounts of up to 70% on summons. More information here.

JPJ also encourages vehicle owners to use their mySikap JPJ portal as well as MyEG to renew their road tax and driving licences.  

If you are keen to have the Puspakom mobile inspection team at your premises, head to their website to book an appointment and the payment.