Lorry owners cry foul over higher levy


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  • Tuesday, 28 Jan 2003

JOHOR BARU: Lorry owners are crying foul over discrepancies in how the authorities have handled road tax payments, claiming that the Road Transport Department (JPJ) has increased charges when the Government has announced otherwise. 

Pan Malaysia Lorry Owners Association (PMLOA) president Er Sui See said instead of enjoying lower payments following the Government’s announcement under Budget 2003, lorry owners had been slapped with a higher road tax bill by JPJ from Jan 1. 

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