Perak JPJ nets nearly RM500,000 from auctioning off seized vehicles

IPOH: The Perak Road Transport Department (JPJ) has collected nearly half a million ringgit from its auction for seized vehicles.

State JPJ director Mohammad Yusoff Abustan said they collected RM487,750 from the auction of 41 vehicles including cars, vans and motorcycles at its branch here on Tuesday (May 23).

Mohammad Yusoff said 35 of the vehicles were still road-worthy while six were sold for scrap.

"The highest bid was for a Honda Integra auctioned off at RM41,500.

"The lowest amount was RM50 for a motorcycle," he said in a statement on Tuesday (May 23).

"Successful bidders need to complete the transfer of ownership within seven days from the day of the auction," he said, adding that 47 people took part.

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