If you’re looking to renew your driver’s license or road tax, you don’t have to make an appointment at any Road Transport Department (JPJ) branches but can opt to do so online instead. JPJ has announced that they will reopen their mySIKAP website from 1 July 2020 where motorists can apply for renewals online and the updated documents will be mailed directly to the user’s doorstep.
You don’t need to queue at their counters anymore with this option. Although this system has been in place for quite some time, JPJ says that users can now use this online renewal system starting from July 1st for relevant matters.
Some of the processes that you can do online include renewal of road tax, renewal of driver’s license, bidding of vehicle plate number, changing of vehicle ownership, payment of JPJ fines and checking of JPJ blacklist. However, do note that before you can use this system, you will need to head to one of JPJ’s branches to obtain the one-time mySIKAP reference number to login.
But after that, you do not need to go through the hassle of heading over to JPJ’s offices anymore to handle relevant matters. To register for a mySIKAP account, users must be at least 16 years old, possess a MyKad or Malaysian passport and have a valid driver’s license or vehicle registration record.
Here’s how you can register for a mySIKAP account:
1.Request for a one-time reference code from JPJ
2. Click here for mySIKAP’s official website and register an account
3. Fill in your personal details and other relevant information
It’s so easy and you can do it all in the comfort of your own home.
Featured image taken from JPJ Malaysia/Facebook.