Minister: Digitalisation of road tax, driving licence can reduce queues at JPJ counters

Dato Sri Lee Kim Shin

KUCHING, Feb 10: The digitalisation of the Malaysian Vehicle Licence (LKM) and Malaysian Driving Licence (LMM) would help address long queues in the Road Transport Department (JPJ).

In welcoming the announcement made by federal Transport Minister Anthony Loke earlier today, Sarawak Transport Minister Dato Sri Lee Kim Shin said congestion and long queues at the JPJ counters had been a hot issue among the people for a long time.

“With the digitisation of JPJ services, we believe it will enable the government to deliver services to the general public more effectively.

“We hope that the general public will continue to obey the rules and laws related to the display of LKM and LMM,” he said in a statement today.

He added MOTS believed that the digitisation of LKM and LMM is in line with the current development where Malaysians have adopted a way of life based on digital technology and mobile applications based on online services.

Earlier today, motorists in Sibu expressed their opinions regarding the move to digitalise road tax stickers. — DayakDaily