Register for the VEP if you wish to enter Malaysia by vehicle

CNA, 17/8/2015, Foreign-registered vehicles looking to enter Malaysia via Johor can register for VEP
CNA, 4/8/2015, Malaysia’s new VEP fee discriminates against Singapore vehicles: Transport Ministry

Foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia via Johor can now register for the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) via http://www.jpj.gov.my/vep

All categories of vehicles are required to register for the VEP if they wish to enter Malaysia. After successfully registering the vehicle, the owner will be advised on the collection of an RFID tag to be displayed on the vehicle’s windshield at Malaysia Road Transport Department’s (JPJ) designated premises.

There will be an administration fee of RM10 (S$3.40) imposed during tag collection, and the VEP is renewable every five years. The VEP is in addition to the RM20 (S$7.16) entry fee for foreign-registered vehicles travelling through Johor.

However, in a report by The Star on Monday (Aug 17), Johor Public Works, Rural and Regional Development Committee chairman Datuk Hasni Mohammad said the online registration should be extended beyond Aug 31, but the implementation date of Oct 1 remains.

 

4 Responses to “Register for the VEP if you wish to enter Malaysia by vehicle”

  1. Lim Teck Huat Says:

    It’s very difficult to register online for S’pore foreign register vehicle on the website recently. Just a feedback of loudsy service online !

  2. Kelvin Lim Says:

    How are we expect to register for the VEP on line when we are unable to log in to website.

  3. Ismail Ahmad Says:

    Until today 19 Sept I still cannot register online…How am I to face 1st October?

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