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JPJ - Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan

JPJ is abbreviation of Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia (in Bahasa Malaysia), is synonyms of Malaysian Road Transport Department (RTD). It is a government department under administration of Malaysian Ministry of Transport, established according to Road Transport Act 1987, under the laws of Malaysia.

JPJ is responsible for registration of Malaysian Road transport Motorised vehicles, issuing number plate, Roadtax. As well as providing counter services for licensing of both vehicles and drivers.

With Head office located in Putrajaya, there are numerous branch offices in various part of the country in each of the 13 states and Federal Territories.

JPJ is also responsible for enforcement of regulatory and the Road Transport Act 1987 to ensure road safety of drivers, vehicles and all other road users.

Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan
Aras 1-5 , Blok D4 , Kompleks D,
Pusat Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan
62620 WP Putrajaya

http://www.jpj.gov.my/en/utama
Tel: +60 3 8315 9200 (1JPJCC)

  • Ops Gelap
    The new level of tint for the rear windshield and passengers windows of cars must be at 30% of Visible Light Transmission (VLT) – down from 50% – under a new regulation from Nov 1. However, the tint for front windscreens remains at 70% and driver’s windows at 50%. Road Transport Department (JPJ) director-general Datuk Seri Ismail Ahmad said the new ruling was applicable to both local and imported vehicle models.
  • MySikap
    MySIKAP online transactions enable you to manage your motor vehicle registration, driving license renewal and checking for traffic offences.
  • What is MySikap
    mySIKAP is the transformation of JPJ’s main support system, SIKAP, which has been in operation for the last 20 years, providing the core services in the Department’s online operation. mySIKAP covers four (4) core service applications and 18 supporting applications which are developed to increase the efficiency and the quality of the Department’s services delivery to a world class standard for its customers.
  • MySikap Registration
    MySikap Registration / Applying for mySIKAP ID - Requirement for Registration 1. For MyKad holders, MyPR and passport, you must be at least 16 years of age and have had at least one (1) recorded transaction with the Road Transport Department. Examples of transactions - having a valid driving license, having a valid vehicle record, summons or noticees and others.
  • Ownership Transfer
    All transactions for vehicle ownership transfers can only be done via the biometric confirmation system effective June 1. The new system would prevent a transfer of ownership without the knowledge of the owner and reduced the role of a third party.
  • SPAD
    SPAD - Suruhanjaya Pengangkutan Awam Darat / The Land Public Transport Commission was officially established on 3 June 2010. Which takes over the functions of 1) Commercial Vehicles (Taxi, Bus and Freight Vehicles) Licensing Board, 2) Department of Railways and 3) the tourism vehicles licensing function (previously under the Ministry of Tourism).
  • PUSPAKOM
    Pusat Pemeriksaan Kenderaan Berkomputer - Puspakom, is the first Malaysian computerized vehicle inspection center. Established in 1994, is the only vehicle inspection company appointed by the Malaysian government. There are numbers of Inspection Services provided by PUSPAKOM in their 55 Inspection Centres around the country, such as: Initial Inspection Transfer of Ownership Inspection Hire Purchase Inspection Insurance Inspection Imported Vehicle Inspection for Custom