JPJ to conduct Ops Sedar from Wednesday (Nov 24) to track down uninsured vehicles

PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) will conduct Ops Sedar nationwide, starting on Wednesday (Nov 24), to track down vehicles that do not have insurance coverage.

Its director-general Datuk Zailani Hashim in a statement on Tuesday (Nov 23) said monitoring and enforcement would be done at roadblocks at selected locations.

"Road users who do not have insurance coverage will cause inconvenience to other vehicle owners in the event of any kind of accident.

"Owner of vehicles that do not have insurance coverage can be fined not exceeding RM1,000, and have their driving licence suspended for 12 months," he said.

Zailani added that JPJ would provide its mobile facility for the public to renew road tax and driving licences. - Bernama

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