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It is a yearly fee that needs to be paid to use your car on public roads.
Yes, it is mandatory in Malaysia. If found driving without it, you can be fined RM3,000 according to Road Transportation Act 1987.
Aside from it being a legal obligation, you also need road tax because it is utilised to help maintain the roads nationwide.
No. The only way to tax your car is if you have an insurance policy in place.
Yes, you still need it.
It depends on various factors. But generally, the price is as below:
Note: Price is valid for private cars only
You can use this tool to know how much you need to pay.
Due to the lack of supporting infrastructure and the bad condition of the roads there.
Generally, the are only two types of vehicles that can apply for road tax reduction or exemption, such as:
Other than that, you can also purchase a 2-in-1 bundle for car insurance and road tax from your insurer, or if you want an even cheaper and easier option, from PolicyStreet.
Yes, if you renew with PolicyStreet, you can split your payments into 3 with Split. It has 0% interest and is Shariah-compliant!
It is valid one year from the date of registration.
You can check the expiry date by referring to your sticker or the JPJ portal.
Yes, you can renew it within 3 months before the expiry date.
If you are using the same vehicle, the price stays the same. Please note that you might need to pay the postage fee.
*Cars used for e-hailing services, with expired road tax exceeding 3 years, or with deceased owners must renew at JPJ branches
**Not all insurers offer this service
You must pay a fine of RM300, and according to Road Transportation Act 1987, you might even get prosecuted.
There is no penalty for late renewal, but if you are found driving without a valid road tax, you will be fined RM300.
No. You must settle all outstanding summons first before renewing.
No. Your car insurance must be active if you want to perform a renewal.
If you are found driving without a valid road tax, you will be fined RM300. But, if it has expired for more than 3 years, you need to go to PUSPAKOM for a compulsory car inspection.
You must apply for a temporary travel permit from JPJ.