Monday, October 29, 2012

Malaysia JPJ Address & Contact List

 Malaysia Traffic & Transport (JPJ)
(HQ Address & Contact List)
Office Deputy Director JPJ
Aras 5, Blok D 4, Kompleks D
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866405
Faks: 03 88810875
Enforcement Division
Aras 1, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866412
Faks: 03 88866726
Vehicle Licensing Department
Aras 2, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866427
Faks: 03 88866625
Finance Division
Aras 4, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866400
Faks: 03 88866472
Information Technology Department
Jalan Teknokrat 5
63000 Cyberjaya
Telefon: 03 83211200
Faks: 03 83201273
Cooperate & Research Department
Aras 4, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866513
Faks: 03 88866512
Driver License Department
Aras 3, Blok D 4, Kompleks D
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Automotive Engineering Department
Aras 2, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866693
Faks: 03 88905950
Account & Revenue Department
Aras 4, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866400
Faks: 03 88866532
Inspectorate Department
Aras 3, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866608
Faks: 03 88889643
Management Division
Aras 5, Blok D 4, Kompleks D

Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 Putrajaya
Telefon: 03 88866400
Faks: 03 88889645

JPJ Working Time Schedule

Day   Working Time Rest Time Working Time
Monday-Thursday   7.45am - 1.00pm    1.00 pm - 2.00 pm        2.00pm - 5.00 pm
Friday   7.45am - 12.15pm    12.15pm - 2.45 pm        2.45pm - 5.00 pm

Monday, October 8, 2012

Beware! Malaysia AES Traffic Camera Installation Spot

Petaling Jaya (PJ) / Kuala Lumpur (KL) AES Traffic Camera Installation Spot

Johor Area AES Traffic Camera Installation Spot

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 — The Automated Enforcement System (AES) will start operation from midnight at 14 hot spots to catch those exceeding speed limits and beating the red lights.

In the first phase, 14 cameras were installed in Perak, Selangor, Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur with 10 of the cameras able to detect speeding while four more detect those beating the traffic light.
Road Transport Department (RTD) director-general, Datuk Solah Mat Hassan said more cameras would be installed at 817 hot locations under phase 2 which would see AES being implemented throughout the country.

He said the setting up of AES was a firm action by government to reduce the number of road accidents.
“AES cameras will be put up at deadly locations which recorded high road accident death rates,” he said in a statement tonight.

Solah said members of the public could check the locations of AES camera in the department’s website at and choose AES session, can download related PDF files to know how AES camera funtion and related information from the official website (Extract From Bernama)

What is AES?
  1. Automatic enforcement of the continuity of the Road Safety Plan 2006-2010
  2. Ongoing efforts of road safety activists (JPJ, PDRM, RSD, Miros, PWD) focused on 4E (Engineering, Enforcement, Education and Environment). 
  3. Necessary adaptations enforcement system sustainable (sustainable) in driving change attitudes remain regardless of the rate of the vehicle, the driver or constraint enforcement. 
  4. Approach to systems based approach that could change the attitude of Malaysians driving.
  5.  A tracking system and automatically record traffic offenses using sensors installed on the road and using the wrong image recorder camera (picture and video) 
Number of AES Cameras Will Be Installed:
  • 556 speeding cameras
  • 265 traffic light cameras 265
  • The total number of cameras: 831
  • Mobile cameras (30%) 250 units - operating the cameras are easy to control areas misfortune that has no infrastructure (electrical supply, communications coverage and so on) for static cameras installed. 

Monday, July 9, 2012

Learning Tips: What Is The Meaning Of Singapore Vehicle Registration Car Plates Colour?

Learning Tips: What Is The Meaning Of Singapore Registration Car Plates Colour?

All licence plates numbers in Singapore come with the vehicular registration number, suffixed by the official reference in the form of a letter of the alphabet. Two colouring schemes are in use: the black on white(front) with black on yellow(rear) scheme or the older white on black scheme. The number plate has to be made of a reflective plastic or metallic with textured characters made of black (for white-yellow) or white or silver (for black ones). No standardised typeface is used and all are based on the Charles Wright number plate typeface used in the UK, from thinner looking variants used commonly by SBS buses, taxis and goods vehicles, and even the FE-Schrift font used in Germany can sometimes, though rarely, be seen - though this is prohibited by LTA.
  • S - Private vehicle (since 1984)
  • BA - Alphabetical series
  • 1234 - Numerical series
  • A - Checksum letter (the characters "F", "I", "N", "O", "Q", "V" and "W" are never used as check digits.)

Black on white (front) and black on yellow(rear) number plate scheme

A white on black number plate schem

A black on white (front) number plate

A black on yellow (rear) number plate

A white on black number plate (still valid)

A black on yellow (rear) number plate for motorcycles

An offpeak white on red number plate. Vehicles registered as "Off-peak Vehicles", affectionately known as "Weekend Cars", pay a cheaper road tax as compared to normal private cars, although COE charges apply as usual. They display number plates with white characters on a red background. These vehicles are only allowed to run on the roads in Singapore after office hours (7pm-7am) on weekdays, full day on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.

An offpeak white on red number plate

A Restricted Use vehicle

A hazardous cargo vehicle (implemented in 2005)
 (Images & Content All From Wikipedia Website)

Easy Way To Bid/Tender Malaysia Car Plate Number(1) 申请马来西亚车牌号码简单方法(1)

Easy Tips: How to Register Malaysia Car Plate Number?(1)

When you go to JPJ there, you can take the number for queue up and asked the administrator the latest vehicle plate running number, he will tell you to filling up the form tnd also look at the notice board for latest detail.
Normally in JPJ, you can see some people carrying with car detail and big suitcase is mostly car runner (who help client to handle car plate registration and bidding process), you can asked them about the car bidding detail.

While waiting the long queue number, actually we can notice board which will shown the running car plate number latest update and also general information that you might need to take down, so you can take it down your favorite number and pass it to JPJ officer to handle your request.

Registration and tendering of car plate registration number will have a certain period such as 16 april 2012 to 2 May 2012 is for JNQ 1 to JNQ 9999. You may write it down your favorite car plate number and directly pass to JPJ officer see whether need to tendering or just do a simple registration. (Remember to bring your at least RM300-RM500 reserve for any related process for car plate registration, if you tendering golden number/ special number then remember need to prepare more money or cheque for deposit and also need to give the tender form into envelope and pass to JPJ officer to handle)

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Johor Sultan bids RM520,000 for "WWW 1" Malaysia Carplate 柔佛苏丹投标RM520000获得WWW1马来西亚最贵车牌

Johor Sultan bids RM520,000 for "WWW 1"
(The Most Expensive Malaysia Carplate Number For Year 2012)

PETALING JAYA (May 28, 2012): The highest bid for a WWW vehicle registration number was RM520,000 by the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar, for WWW 1. The number WWW 5 went to Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah who had bid RM220,000.

The Road Transport Department today released the list of the winning bids and bidders of the WWW series auction held between April 30 and May 14.Also in the list was the Heath Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, who successfully obtained WWW 15 with a bid of RM24,200.

According to Chinese tradition, the number eight holds great significance as the pronunciation ‘pat’ means wealth and prosperity.Nevertheless, registration numbers with the number nine which according to Feng Shui signifies fullness, completion and abundance, were apparently more popular and garnered higher bids.

WWW 9 and WWW 99 saw a bid of RM350,000 and RM145,000 respectively, while WWW 8 and WWW 88 received bids of only RM280,500 and RM92,800 respectively. WWW 8888 was sold for only RM40,000 while WWW 9999 went for RM41,800. However, WWW 888 secured a higher bid of RM165,000 from Tropicana Golf & Country Resort Berhad while WWW 999 garnered only RM77,000.

The number four, which is usually associated with death in Chinese tradition, fared fairly well, most notably the WWW 444 number which was ironically bought by a Chinese for RM40,000.
WWW 666, which in Christian lore is the number of the beast and considered satanic, was sold for RM44,000.

The fame of the prefix stems from the world of technology, as WWW stands for World Wide Web. Nevertheless, based on the successful bids list, numbers that appeal to the internet savvy, such as 404 and 500 saw relatively small bids at RM2,170 and RM11,000 each.

八打灵再也28日讯)WWW“互联网”车牌投标结果揭晓,国家元首端姑阿都哈林陛下、柔佛州苏丹端姑依布拉欣殿下、两名内阁部长及一名副部长榜上有名,其中柔州苏丹以52万令吉标得WWW 1车牌,国家元首则以22万令吉标得WWW 5车牌。

3名在WWW车牌投标中榜上有名的正副部长是首相署部长拿督斯里纳兹里、卫生部长拿督斯里廖中莱及教育部副部长拿督弗亚。纳兹里以1万零10令吉标得WWW 97、廖中莱以2万4200令吉标得WWW 15,弗亚则以3万令吉标得WWW 69。

陆路交通局已在该局网站公布WWW车牌投标结果,由于投标人数众多,当局一共用了137页面列出投标结果,最后的一个号码,即WWW 9999由一家公司以4万1888令吉得标。WWW车牌投标价最高是52万令吉,最低则是300令吉。


Sunday, May 13, 2012

14,131 People Bidding For "WWW" Malaysia Popular Car Plate: 1.4万人竞标WWW车牌创新高

14,131 People Bidding For "WWW" Malaysia Registered Car Plate Number 

The tender for the “WWW” prefix for vehicle registration numbers closes at noon tomorrow and a mad rush is anticipated at the three Kuala Lumpur Road Transport Department branches.

IT engineer Yeoh Seng Huat has already bid for seven “WWW” numbers but will put in a last bid before the deadline.

“This time I will bid for my birth year,” said the Penang-born, who has been a vehicle registration number enthusiast for the past two decades. Yeoh is excited about the “WWW” prefix, partly because he thinks that “number plates these days are not just numbers”.

He said he had been at the JPJ Wangsa Maju branch for three afternoons (Wednesday to Friday) because he could not make up his mind about the numbers. He ended up bidding for numbers that are of sentimental value to him, as well as those he thinks have a “resale value”. Yeoh’s seven bids were among the 14,131 received for the “WWW” prefix so far.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said this was the highest number of bids ever recorded by the JPJ, far surpassing the previous record – “WVW” at 4,750 bids. The minimum bid for “premium” numbers (from 1 to 10) and “attractive numbers” (from 11 to 19 plus numbers like 3333) are RM10,000 and RM2,000 respectively while popular and running numbers require a minimum bid of RM300.

Kong said the MCA 1 plate, which went for RM300,100 in 2010, currently holds the record of the highest bid. The latest bid would open on May 24. The WWW bid is popular because the surname Wong or Wang rhymes with “prosperity” and “emperor” in Chinese.

It is believed to bring good luck as the number three rhymes with “growth”, thus three Ws mean good luck will continue to grow. Those who are interested to bid for the “WWW” prefix can do so at the Kuala Lumpur JPJ offices in Wangsa Maju, Bandar Sri Permaisuri and Maju Junction before 12pm of 14 May 2012.






Sunday, January 1, 2012

Malaysia Latest Summon News:Owners Of Vehicles Without Third Rear Seat Belt: Fines RM300 车后座乘客没绑安全带:罚三百令吉

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