According to the Road Transport Department (RTD) of Malaysia, a total of 3.78 million vehicles throughout the country have yet to renew their Motor Vehicle Licence (LKM) as at 16 November 2021, also known road tax. So, if you’re one of them, this will surely help you out for your yearly road tax and insurance renewals. Did you know? If you’re caught driving without a valid road tax, you’ll get a summon, or be required to attend a court hearing! Plus, if an accident were to occur, you’ll not be able to make an insurance claim to cover the repair costs.
The past two years has taken us on a rollercoaster of various MCOs, and along the way, we had to adjust to a new norm. Then, as countries began to open its borders, we saw light at the end of the tunnel, but another COVID-19 variant said, not so fast! Restrictions were reintroduced, and travel plans had to be extremely flexible to adapt to the ever-shifting, but necessary, regulations. #KitaJagaKita
Have you ever wondered what it means for you and your car if you’re involved in a traffic accident and the insurer declares your car a total loss? Here’s everything you need to know about total loss car accidents and the five important things you have to do when your car gets totalled. Read below to find out.
Simple answer, yes. At the very least, you must buy and renew a third party car insurance on an annual basis in order to get and renew your road tax for your vehicle. However, there is additional coverage available based on your preferences such as windshield and flood coverage.
If you are a car owner and have been paying for your car insurance without an inkling of what determines your premium, you have come to the right place.