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VEP system at Causeway and Second Link delayed

JOHOR BARU: The Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) system, which was supposed to be implemented at the two border crossings with Singa­pore on Oct 1, has been delayed.

Irda anticipates no negative impact from VEP

NUSAJAYA: Iskandar Regional Development Authority (Irda) anticipates the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) will not have impact on the investment climate in the economic growth corridor.

Kedah will also impose VEP fee on vehicles

SUNGAI PETANI: Taking a leaf from Johor’s book, Kedah is set to also impose a vehicle entry permit (VEP) on foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia from Thailand.

Foreign-registered vehicles will need VEP

JOHOR BARU: All foreign-registered vehicles coming into Malaysia will soon require a vehicle entry permit (VEP) on top of paying RM20 for the Road Charge (RC), says Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Liow: No plans to scrap VEP

JOHOR BARU: The government has no plan to scrap the implementation of the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) and said it will be resumed once the system is ready to go.

Not much impact on Johor economy with VEP

JOHOR BARU: The soon-to-be implemented Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) on Singapore-registered cars entering the country from the Causeway and Second Link Crossing would not have much impact on the Johor economy.

SMI group says it’s best to scrap VEP fees on both sides of Causeway

JOHOR BARU: Malaysia and Singa­pore should scrap vehicle entry permit (VEP) fees on both sides of the Causeway, said SMI Association of Malaysia National president Teh Kee Sin (pic).

VEP registration for foreign vehicles begins

KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign-registered vehicles entering Malaysia via Johor can register for the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) from Saturday.

VEP fee will have minimal impact on Singaporeans, says Wee

GELANG PATAH: The proposed Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee for all foreign vehicles entering Johor Baru will have minimal to no impact on Singaporeans entering the city via the Causeway and Second Link.

Govt mulls VEP for Thai vehicles entering Malaysia

BUKIT KAYU HITAM: The Malaysian Government is studying the possibility of imposing a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) for vehicles entering Malaysia from Thailand.