Motorcycles still need insurance, says Chan


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  • Sunday, 14 Sep 2003

CYBERJAYA: Insurance and registration for motorcycles with engine capacity not exceeding 150cc are still compulsory despite the government decision to abolish road tax for these vehicles. 

Transport Minister Datuk Chan Kong Choy said under Section 90 of the Road Transport Act, it was compulsory for all motor vehicles to be insured. 

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