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  1. JOHOR BARU: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has announced that the Government has decided to implement the Vehicle Entry Permit fee for all foreign vehicles entering Johor. Najib said that the decision was made following a request made by the state. "I have discussed the matter with Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and have also informed Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Wahid Omar of our decision. "I have instructed him to inform the Road Transport Department (JPJ) so they can work out the details before the VEP is implemented," he said during a buka puasa event organised by the state Wednesday. "We will make an announcement later on the date of implementation and the rates for the VEP," he said. Najib also assured that a portion of the collection would be channelled to the state Government.
  2. If you've been one of the "kan cheong" people waiting to get your Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) approved before driving into Malaysia, here's some good news for you - The implementation of the VEP scheme will only commence next year. According to The Straits Times, Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke claimed that the delay is due to the system's inability to cope with the exponential number of vehicles that needed to install the RFID tag. It seems that many Singaporeans are not surprised by this delay. It’s not the first time that there has been a delay with the implementation of the VEP and you can be sure people were quick to call that out. And some people make pretty sound arguments. Wait, does this mean that Singaporean car owners with the RFID tags did the application and probably wasted a weekend queueing up in Malaysia for nothing? Sounds about right. Malaysia Boleh? Case closed. ----------------------------------------------- Still wondering how to get your VEP? We went through the entire process so you can have this handy guide here! -----------------------------------------------
  3. Singaporean driver pays RM28,000 in traffic fines in Johor Bahru JOHOR BAHRU: A Singaporean man paid outstanding fines of RM28,000 (S$9,200) in Johor Bahru on Sunday (Sep 29) after he was detained by the police. The man, who is in his 60s, has had 116 traffic summonses issued against him since 2000, said Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department deputy director Mohd Nadzri Hussain. A total of 3,174 fines were settled during the three-day operation, with Singaporeans making up 2,687 of the figure. “As of this morning, we managed to collect about RM611,000 in traffic fines and summonses at both locations," said Mohd Nadzri, adding that the amount collected is expected to reach RM75,000 by midnight. JOHOR BAHRU: A Singaporean man paid outstanding fines of RM28,000 (S$9,200) in Johor Bahru on Sunday (Sep 29) after he was detained by the police. The man, who is in his 60s, has had 116 traffic summonses issued against him since 2000, said Bukit Aman traffic investigation and enforcement department deputy director Mohd Nadzri Hussain. The 10th series of the operation which involved 116 personnel was conducted at the Gelang Patah R&R, Iskandar Puteri and at Muzium Tokoh, Jalan Lingkaran Dalam. There have been 247,278 outstanding traffic summonses recorded since 2000, said Mohd Nadzri. He reminded traffic offenders to check the status of their summonses and make payments at two kiosks at the traffic division office of the Johor Bahru selatan district police headquarters. For Singaporean drivers, payment can also be made at AXS machines. “Payments can also be made at the COPS traffic counter at all district police headquarters and summons checking can also be done through MyEg portal at www.myeg.com.my and rilek.com.my,” he said. Mohd Nazri said once the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) comes into force, traffic offenders from Singapore must first settle all their summonses before being allowed to return. Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/singaporean-driver-outstanding-fines-johor-vep-11953802
  4. Malaysia's transport ministry has issued a press release stating that it will defer enforcement of its Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) 'during peak-hour traffic operation' until further notice. The decision was made after several issues related to the VEP implementation were made known to the ministry, including difficulties in getting an appointment for the VEP-RFID Tag installation. The ministry added that this affects all outbound traffic at Bangunan Sultan Iskandar and Kompleks Sultan Abu Bakar, or at the Woodlands and Tuas Checkpoints respectively, until further notice. Read more about the VEP enforcement deferment here, or refer to our handy guide on how to obtain your VEP here!
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTXdDSNjv48 https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/05/08/darker-rear-windows-now-an-option/ https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/05/11/police-accept-governments-decision-on-new-tint-ruling/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnSuioVSdwA This Malaysian car reviewer explained it logically. I wonder if these jiuhu vehicles were to come across here to SG. So how would our LTA response to this?
  6. I was trying to find the number of foreign vehicles on our Roads but I can't seem to find any. I mean all these talk about car-lite Singapore, why is the government not even looking at foreign registered vehicles? surely they have to do something on that front. Does anyone know the amount of VEP we issue? not to mention all the black smoke coming out of their vehicles.
  7. SEPTEMBER 8 — The announcement and an immediate denial of Singapore’s Causeway toll increase by the island-state Land Transport Authority (LTA) has given a glimpse of an immature reaction that is expected to bite them back. In a press release dated 5 September, LTA announced a slew of toll increase on their side of the Causeway to match the new toll announced by their Malaysian counterpart which was implemented on 1 August. The increased toll rates by LTA were supposed to take effect on 15 September, until another statement reached the desk of media editors almost immediately denying that LTA has raised the toll rates. The statement and then retraction by LTA, made the notorious bureaucratic and sloppy Malaysian government agencies look as efficient as NASA (US Aerospace Agency). What the heck, it also made the PKR statement and retraction, announcement and then denial on their selection of Selangor Mentri Besar, acceptable by ‘industrial’ standard. This pulled back statement of intent by Singapore, has shown a government that will go the extra length to show that they need to be one-over their neighbour. Urban Malaysians do not buy the extreme rhetoric of right-wing leaders that will almost instantaneously ‘jump and cry like monkeys’ on every action by Singapore that has an effect towards Malaysia. However, the more rational Malaysian and also Singaporean public cannot fathom the short-sightedness of the Singaporean government on this issue. The Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA) implemented the toll on their side of the Causeway to cover the cost of building a highway that connects the Causeway to the North-South Highway. On the other hand, what are the reasons for Singapore to increase their toll now? Absolutely no justification except to match their neighbour’s action. This immature intent-action reflect a shallow mentality that is lodged in the minds of the Singaporean leaders and yet they call themselves than their counterparts .in Malaysia. Singapore has just increased the VEP (vehicle entry permit) rates from S$20 to S$35 (RM50 TO RM88) on 1 August, so the intent to increase the Causeway toll so soon after the VEP raise is totally unnecessary. The tit-for-tat action by Singapore will also hurt their own companies and corporations that employ thousand of Malaysians mainly in low-paying jobs. These blue-collared workers travel from Johor mainly by factory or public buses that will eventually transfer the cost of the toll increase to the migrant workers themselves. The Singaporean employers, in their effort to retain manpower in their companies will have to fork out extras to cover the toll increase. The expected on-again off-again toll increase by the LTA will eventually hurt their own companies/corporations as well as Singaporean individuals that amount to 80% that crosses the Causeway on a daily basis. Singapore ought to reconsider their immature and childish tit-for-tat action as they are bound to lose in the long run. Unlike the Malaysian side which require the toll to cover the building of a highway, Singapore has very little reason or excuse to increase the toll rates on their side. At least one thing is certain, we can definitely expect some heads in LTA to roll due to the on-off toll increase fiasco. Singapore, think before you jump. * This is the personal opinion of the writer and does not necessarily represent the views of Malay Mail Online. - See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/what-you-think/article/singapore-tit-for-tat-will-bite-them-back#sthash.ouFGJdlu.dpuf
  8. Hope you gurus are able to help. thanks
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