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Posted 21 December 2017 - 01:06 AM

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Does this new rule affect Singapore registered Cars with LTA approved window tints ?

 

 

 

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KUALA LUMPUR — Foreign vehicles with dark window tints will not be allowed to enter Malaysia.
 
Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said the Road Transport Department (RTD) will be instructed to carry out the directive as dark window tints were a clear danger.
 
This is in response to concerns that the foreign vehicles entering the country might bring in drug traffickers and Islamic State militant group.
 
“RTD will take immediate action in barring foreign vehicles with dark window tints from entering Malaysia.“Those entering Malaysia will have to remove the dark window tint of their vehicles,” he told the Dewan Negara today in reply to Senator Abdullah Mat Yassin.
 
The issue of car-window tinting, mainly to reduce glare and help control the temperature inside the vehicle - has been divisive for many years.
 
Malaysian motorists who tint their car windows and screen must adhere to Rule 5(1) and Rule 5(3) Motor Vehicles (Prohibition of Certain Glasses) Amendment 2000 - a law that has been widely ignored.
 
The permissible tint levels are a minimum of 70 per cent visible light transmission levels for the front windscreen and 50 per cent for other windows.

 

 

 

 


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 08:47 AM

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hi

 

Does this new rule affect Singapore registered Cars with LTA approved window tints ?

 

 

 

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KUALA LUMPUR — Foreign vehicles with dark window tints will not be allowed to enter Malaysia.
 
Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said the Road Transport Department (RTD) will be instructed to carry out the directive as dark window tints were a clear danger.
 
This is in response to concerns that the foreign vehicles entering the country might bring in drug traffickers and Islamic State militant group.
 
“RTD will take immediate action in barring foreign vehicles with dark window tints from entering Malaysia.“Those entering Malaysia will have to remove the dark window tint of their vehicles,” he told the Dewan Negara today in reply to Senator Abdullah Mat Yassin.
 
The issue of car-window tinting, mainly to reduce glare and help control the temperature inside the vehicle - has been divisive for many years.
 
Malaysian motorists who tint their car windows and screen must adhere to Rule 5(1) and Rule 5(3) Motor Vehicles (Prohibition of Certain Glasses) Amendment 2000 - a law that has been widely ignored.
 
The permissible tint levels are a minimum of 70 per cent visible light transmission levels for the front windscreen and 50 per cent for other windows.

 

 

I think it is damn funny....  they say that foreign vehicles have dark window tints BUT their own local vehicles are the ones who have darker window tints than us.



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 08:55 AM

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 09:02 AM

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 09:02 AM

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What about JDM cars with privacy glass?

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 09:21 AM

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Some will definitely kenna lor as LTA is 70%/25%.

 

Recently a lot of Uber car is very tinted lor, so tinted that from behind cannot see Uber Sticker lor ......... The side mirror also very tinted, want to show the hand sign of love also cannot lor.

 

My car should be OK as it is AD do one and from behind can probably see me dig nose while driving. Let see ...... going in soon. AFTER the horrible jam season.

 

 

 

 



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:26 AM

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I had posted a link before here which says Malaysia vehicle legal requirement don't apply to Singapore car.

 

If anyone still rem, repost the link.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 10:38 AM

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http://www.mycarforu...h-tinted-glass/

 

 

i found this thread.... you all don't say they never give ample warning hor..... already start warning us 10 years ago


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 11:10 AM

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I found my own post which is more than 10 years ago.

http://www.mycarforu...-3#entry1822900

 

http://www.jpj.gov.m...aan-luar-negeri

 


Syarat Pengeluaran Permit Edaran Antarabagsa (ICP)

  1. Mengemukakan borang JPJK9 dan syarat di atas dipatuhi. Borang permohonan adalah percuma.

  2. Mematuhi dan diluluskan oleh pihak Pelabuhan Kastam Malaysia bagi membolehkan kenderaan terlibat dibawa masuk ke Negara Malaysia. (jika kenderaan dibawa masuk melalui pelabuhan)

  3. Tempoh sahlaku ICP ialah 90 hari dan boleh dilanjutkan atas kelulusan Pengarah JPJ Negeri yang berkaitan bagi tempoh tambahan 90 hari yang tidak melebihi 180 hari dalam satu tahun.

Walaubagaimanapun peraturan ini dikecualikan kepada kenderaan motor dari Singapura dan Brunei.

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From google translation:

Conditions of Issue of Inter-Circular Permit (ICP)

     Submit a JPJK9 form and the above conditions are complied with. The application form is free.

     Adhere to and be approved by the Customs Port of Malaysia to enable vehicles involved to be brought into Malaysia. (if the vehicle is brought in by the port)

     The ICP validity period is 90 days and may be extended upon the approval of the relevant State RTD Director for an additional period of 90 days not exceeding 180 days in a year.

     However, this rule is exempted from motor vehicles from Singapore and Brunei.



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 11:25 AM

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I found my own post which is more than 10 years ago.

http://www.mycarforu...-3#entry1822900

 

http://www.jpj.gov.m...aan-luar-negeri

 

 

 

From google translation:

Conditions of Issue of Inter-Circular Permit (ICP)

     Submit a JPJK9 form and the above conditions are complied with. The application form is free.

     Adhere to and be approved by the Customs Port of Malaysia to enable vehicles involved to be brought into Malaysia. (if the vehicle is brought in by the port)

     The ICP validity period is 90 days and may be extended upon the approval of the relevant State RTD Director for an additional period of 90 days not exceeding 180 days in a year.

     However, this rule is exempted from motor vehicles from Singapore and Brunei.

 

From Google Translate.. it seems the permit is not required but admission conditions still applicable?

 

Conditions of Issue of Inter-Circular Permit (ICP)

  1. Submit a JPJK9 form and the above conditions are complied with. The application form is free.

  2. Adhere to and be approved by the Customs Port of Malaysia to enable vehicles involved to be brought into Malaysia. (if the vehicle is brought in by the port)

  3. The ICP validity period is 90 days and may be extended upon the approval of the relevant State RTD Director for an additional period of 90 days not exceeding 180 days in a year.

However, this rule is exempted from motor vehicles from Singapore and Brunei.

KEY TERMS

A.Admission conditions for Private Vehicles

  1. Vehicles must be registered in the country of origin

  2. Displaying registration numbers in Roman letters. (red registration number from Thailand is not allowed)

  3. Have a vehicle registration certificate with Bahasa Malaysia or English translation.

  4. Have Third Party insurance coverage (Malaysian Insurance)

  5. Comply with the rules under the Rules of Construction and Application 1959.

  6. The windscreen should be transparent at no less than 70% while the edge and rear mirror should be transparent at least 50%.

  7. Have a driver's license with a translation of Bahasa Malaysia or English.

  8. Motorcycle riders are required to wear a helmet.

  9. Car drivers or vans are required to wear a seatbelts.

B. Condition of entry of Commercial Vehicles

  1. Owners or drivers of commercial vehicles are excluded from applying for International Circulation Permit (ICP).

  2. All public goods and services vehicles including decontrolled (pick-ups) must comply with the requirements set by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (LPKP); Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism, Road Transport Department or other relevant authorities.

  3. Vehicle drivers, public services and decontrolled (pick-ups) must have a Goods Driving License (GDL), Public Service Vehicle (PSV) and Conductors license as recognized by the Malaysian Government.


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Posted 21 December 2017 - 11:30 AM

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From Google Translate.. it seems the permit is not required but admission conditions still applicable?

 

Conditions of Issue of Inter-Circular Permit (ICP)

  1. Submit a JPJK9 form and the above conditions are complied with. The application form is free.

  2. Adhere to and be approved by the Customs Port of Malaysia to enable vehicles involved to be brought into Malaysia. (if the vehicle is brought in by the port)

  3. The ICP validity period is 90 days and may be extended upon the approval of the relevant State RTD Director for an additional period of 90 days not exceeding 180 days in a year.

However, this rule is exempted from motor vehicles from Singapore and Brunei.

KEY TERMS

A.Admission conditions for Private Vehicles

  1. Vehicles must be registered in the country of origin

  2. Displaying registration numbers in Roman letters. (red registration number from Thailand is not allowed)

  3. Have a vehicle registration certificate with Bahasa Malaysia or English translation.

  4. Have Third Party insurance coverage (Malaysian Insurance)

  5. Comply with the rules under the Rules of Construction and Application 1959.

  6. The windscreen should be transparent at no less than 70% while the edge and rear mirror should be transparent at least 50%.

  7. Have a driver's license with a translation of Bahasa Malaysia or English.

  8. Motorcycle riders are required to wear a helmet.

  9. Car drivers or vans are required to wear a seatbelts.

B. Condition of entry of Commercial Vehicles

  1. Owners or drivers of commercial vehicles are excluded from applying for International Circulation Permit (ICP).

  2. All public goods and services vehicles including decontrolled (pick-ups) must comply with the requirements set by the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (LPKP); Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism, Road Transport Department or other relevant authorities.

  3. Vehicle drivers, public services and decontrolled (pick-ups) must have a Goods Driving License (GDL), Public Service Vehicle (PSV) and Conductors license as recognized by the Malaysian Government.

 

 

What's important is this:

"Peraturan bagi kenderaan dan pemandu asing yang memasuki Malaysia adalah berdasarkan Motor Vehicles (International Circulation ) Rules 1967."

"Rules for foreign vehicles and drivers entering Malaysia are based on Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) Rules 1967."

 

"However, this rule is exempted from motor vehicles from Singapore and Brunei."
 



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 02:37 PM

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It is their country so they make the rules and if we want to step in we are required to abide. Same applies the other way round. Of course there are a few people who tries to flaunt it and a fractions of these will be caught. I don't see why our mood needs to be affected then wear our keyboard warrior helmet since it is beyond our control. 



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 02:42 PM

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Hopefully many cars cannot go in so less jam for the petrol and massage trips for the deserving people.

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 02:44 PM

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It is their country so they make the rules and if we want to step in we are required to abide. Same applies the other way round. Of course there are a few people who tries to flaunt it and a fractions of these will be caught. I don't see why our mood needs to be affected then wear our keyboard warrior helmet since it is beyond our control. 

 

Not applicable to Singapore car



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 02:58 PM

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the not applicable to Singapore and Brunei cars exception was for the > 10yrs ago rules and guidelines

 

the recently news is a rescind of the former rule? So now ALL foreign cars are expected to follow the same rule?

 

 

Not applicable to Singapore car

 


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If I bought a new a new car I would tint it to the lowest standards of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.

But that's just me I don't think many people even think about this but now I said this I think many will.

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the not applicable to Singapore and Brunei cars exception was for the > 10yrs ago rules and guidelines

 

the recently news is a rescind of the former rule? So now ALL foreign cars are expected to follow the same rule?

 

If it is a rescind of the former rule, all Singapore car ho sei liao.

 

There is a requirement under the rule to buy Malaysia 3rd party liability insurance.
 



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This topic has not been updated since the news in Dec last, so am I right to say so far no one being stop from entering Msia, thus no complain here> ? 



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Posted 05 February 2018 - 03:02 PM

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This topic has not been updated since the news in Dec last, so am I right to say so far no one being stop from entering Msia, thus no complain here> ? 

 

I went to KL in January 2nd week and no one stopped me to enter in Malaysia. However, once they stop you for any reason, they can add this to their list ;)



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What's important is this:
"Peraturan bagi kenderaan dan pemandu asing yang memasuki Malaysia adalah berdasarkan Motor Vehicles (International Circulation ) Rules 1967."
"Rules for foreign vehicles and drivers entering Malaysia are based on Motor Vehicles (International Circulation) Rules 1967."

"However, this rule is exempted from motor vehicles from Singapore and Brunei."

I think this is a wrong interpretation.

I know how to read, write and speak fluent, modern Malay Language.

The exemption mentioned is only for the 3 administrative points which are related to the form JPJK9, approval from Port Authority and the validity period of the ICP. Basically foreign vehicles from Singapore and Brunei don’t need to fill up the form.

However, all foreign vehicles are expected to adhere to the Syarat Syarat Utama which loosely translate to Main T&C.


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