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Multi-lane free flow tolls to be implemented in Malaysia by 2025, says Works Ministry

The Works Ministry (KKR) has announced that the non-stop toll collection system, known as Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF), will be introduced here in Malaysia...

MIDA, Perodua announces partnership to help digitalise Malaysian automotive suppliers

The Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) and Perodua have announced a new partnership, which will see the introduction of the MIDA-Perodua Digital Transformation Ecosystem...

Malaysia government mulling vehicle end-of-life policy, again – implementation by 2025

The Malaysian government is once again studying the implementation of an end-of-life vehicle (ELV) management policy by 2025, according to a report by Bernama....

Malaysian ministers to switch to EVs for their official cars starting from 2023

The Malaysian government will soon make the switch over to fully-electric vehicles (EVs) for ministers' official vehicles, according to Minister of Environment and Water,...

Government mulling extension of SST exemption beyond June 30

The ongoing sales tax (SST) exemption for new cars, which is currently scheduled to expire on June 30, may soon be extended yet again,...

KL may impose London-style congestion charge after completion of MRT3

Come 2030, you may need to pay a fee in order to drive through central Kuala Lumpur, thanks to a new proposal in the...

Harsher laws against toll evaders proposed ahead of RFID multi-lane free flow in 2025

As the Malaysian government highway operators work towards implementing a multi-lane free flow (MLFF) toll collection mechanism by 2025, lawmakers are now mulling a...

Perodua hails Govt’s Keluarga Malaysia RM1,000 voucher initiative

Perodua welcomed the government's Keluarga Malaysia discount voucher initiative, and said in a statement that the company is accepting the RM1,000 flood-aid vouchers as...

DBKL and MIROS to implement 30 km/h, 50 km/h speed limits in Kuala Lumpur

First proposed in May last year, the Malaysia Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) has announced that they are currently working with the Kuala...

Govt. to provide RM1,000 voucher for repairs or replacement of flood-damaged vehicles

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has announced a new set of assistance measures for those affected by the recent devastating floods. Among...