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5:43pm 25/10/2023
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Malaysian digital road tax accepted in four countries

RAUB: The Pahang Road Transport Department (JPJ) said JPJ received written notification from four neighboring countries–Singapore, Thailand, Brunei and Indonesia–last month that Malaysian citizens driving into these four countries would only need to show their digital road tax at the land border in order to get clearance.

So far these four neighboring countries have allowed Malaysian drivers to show digital road tax at the immigration checkpoints of these countries.

In response to the short supply of physical road tax stickers in some JPJ offices in Klang Valley, Pahang JPJ said members of the public can print out their digital road tax instead of showing their digital road tax on MyJPJ app, when required by the enforcement officers.

Road users unsure how to download or register for MyJPJ can visit the nearest JPJ office for assistance.

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