Transport Minister Plans Big Changes To Poor Quality Road Tax Stickers

Tired of those messy road tax stickers that require a degree in physics and engineering to place on your windscreen, the complaints which went to deaf ears all this while has been now heard by the new Transport Minister, and the good news is the Minister has vowed to make changes.

In his facebook page posting, Transport Minister Anthony Loke said he had met with the top management of the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and received a briefing regarding JPJ’s planning for 2023. Among the main agenda, is to implement digitalisation in core services to the citizens such as vehicle licensing and driver in addition to strengthening the enforcement of traffic laws.

He added “‘ I know a lot of people complain about the poor quality road tax stickers. The matter is in our attention and a big change is about to take place this year.”

The Minister said any implementation of new initiatives will be carefully planned and that he will make an announcement when full preparations have been made.

Currently, the immediate fix is to ease the affairs of the people, and he doesn’t want to see people queuing up in long lines at JPJ offices.

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