Enough licence disks to meet demand, says JPJ

PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has assured the public that there is a sufficient supply of Motor Vehicle Licence (LKM) disks to accommodate customer transactions nationwide.

The department said the supply was adequate to meet customer requests at its branch offices, Pos Malaysia counters, MyEG and through the Computerised Vehicle Inspection Centre (Puspakom).

“JPJ, with the cooperation of the LKM disk supplier, sent 1,145,000 pieces of the disks to JPJ branches, Pos Malaysia, MyEG and Puspakom in January and an additional 420,000 pieces recently to prevent a shortage, ” it said yesterday.

This follows a news portal report on Feb 1 that there was shortage of vehicle road tax disks and that this would result in car dealers losing business opportunities during the Chinese New Year period.

Meanwhile, JPJ also advised customers to carry out online transactions to avoid crowds during the movement control order. — Bernama

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