Road Transport Act 1987

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Laws of MALAYSIA Act 333 PRINT the road transport act 1987 Contains all amendments to 1 July 2006 PUBLISHED by the COMMISSIONER of law revision, UNDER the AUTHORITY of law REVISION ACT 1968 in COLLABORATION with PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006 2 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 Royal Assent Date......... August 30, 1987, the date of publication in the Gazette of ... ... more 24 September 1987 the ROAD TRANSPORT ACT 1987 road transport 3 laws of MALAYSIA Act 333 road transport act 1987 ARRANGEMENT of SECTIONS part I preliminary section 1. Short title, application and commencement 2. Interpretation 3. The appointment of 3A. Authorization to the Mayor and City Council 4. Power Dato Bandar and traffic wardens PART II classification, REGISTRATION and LICENSING of MOTOR vehicles and DRIVERS of Motor vehicles Classification 5. The classification of motor vehicles 6. Prohibition for motor vehicles which do not comply with the rules of the registration of Motor vehicles 7. Registration of motor vehicles and the owner 8. Storage express 9. Keeping of accounts by the licensed Registrar 10. Application for registration 4 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 section 11. Registration number 12. Motor vehicle inspection and provision of information to the Director General 13. Procedures regarding motor vehicle ownership transfer 14. Displaying the registration number of Motor vehicles Licensing 15. Licenses motor vehicles 16. Requirements for applications 17. The Director may refuse to issue motor vehicle licences in particular case 18. Effect of changing the vehicle over the licence 19. Surrendering a license motor vehicles 20. Displaying the motor vehicle licence 21. License solo 22. Commercial motor vehicle licences 23. Other offences relating to the registration and licensing of motor vehicles a variety of 24. Get back fees 25. International recognition of licensing drivers Motor 26. Driving licences 27. Application for driving licence 28. Recognition of licenses drive other countries 29. A test of competence to drive 30. Provisions on the physical health of applicants for driver's license and registered holder 31. Disqualified due to error 32. Suspension of driver's license when disqualified 33. Application to delete disqualified 34. Endorsement on license 34A. Endorsement if driver's license contained in the card or electronic devices multipurpose road transport 5 Section 35. The power of the Director General, suspend or cancel a license drive 35A. The authority of the Director-General to revoke the driver's license trial 36. The power to suspend the driving licence drug addicts 37. Licensee may show cause why the license should not be suspended or cancelled 38. Surrender and return of driver's license and Driving related Offences 39. Restrictions on driving by young people 40. Exceeding the speed limit 41. Resulting in death due to reckless or dangerous driving with 42. Drive recklessly and endanger the 43. Drive with care and unforgiving 44. Driving while under the influence of drink or drugs 45 intoxicate. Circumstances keep motor vehicles while under the influence of drink or drugs 45A intoxicate. Drive or take care of a motor vehicle with alcohol concentration exceeding the prescribed limit 45B. 45 c breath test. Specimens for analysis of procurement 45D. Protection of patient hospital 45E. The detention of 45F. Evidence in proceedings for an offence under section 44 or 45 involving drink intoxicate and section 45A 45 c. Interpretation of section 45B to 45F 44 and 46. Drive while suffering from illness or ketidakdayaan 47. Horse on a injak-injak and prevent driver 48. Obstruction due to a vehicle on the street 49. Riding behind driver 50. Interference and insistence that illegal 51. Taking a motor vehicle without the consent of the registered owner 52. Obligation to stop if an accident 53. The power of the order presence in the 6 laws of Malaysia ACT 54 Section 333. Application to the riders will pedal sikal provisions relating to certain driving offences 55. Duty vehicle when required to stop Licensing drivers and conductors of public service vehicles, vehicles and goods vehicles 56. Vocational license 57. Vocational license for goods vehicles and motor vehicle employees a range of 58. Obligation to submit driving licence and insurance certificate 59. Power test and prohibits the use of 60 vehicles. The power of holding vehicles for examination 61. The authority ordered the production of motor vehicles and 62. The power to enter and search premises 63. Weighing 64 vehicles. Power seize 65 motor vehicles. Transfer of damaged vehicle and left 66. The rules of PART IIA PERIODIC MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION 66A. Certificate of Inspection required for certain motor vehicles 66B. Vehicles are required to undergo periodic inspection 66C. Withdrawal and rejection of certificate of inspection 66D. Display certificate of inspection 66DA. Inspection certificate of recognition other countries 66E. The only people who are licensed can check 66F. Examiner recruitment 66G. The rules of PART III roads 67. Interpretation of 68. Road transport highway code 7 Section 69. Speed limit 70. Power to block the use of vehicles on certain roads 71. Authority to restrict vehicle 72. Hold a car park and an underground stop 73. Reservation of parking for Diplomatic message from 74. Car park for those not disabled 75. 76 pedestrian crossing. Obligation to comply with the directions of the pedestrian traffic 77. Erect traffic signals 78. Power of conducting roadblocks 79. Penalties for ignoring instructions and signals traffic 80. Rope, etc., melintangi road 81. Restrictions on competition and testing speed of 82. Forfeiture of vehicles used in competition or test the speed of 83. Power to erect protection, subway and road 84 bridge. Move the power structure of the 85 streets. Construction access and drainage and the installation of utilities to roads that have 85A. The construction of structures for advertisements, etc.
86. The restrictions for vehicles on a 87 bridge. Provision of traffic incredible 88. The rules of PART IV PROVISIONS AGAINST THIRD PARTY RISKS ARISING OUT of the USE of MOTOR vehicles 89. Interpretation of 90. Motor vehicle carrier should be insured against third party risks 91. The requirements in respect of policy 92. Grant of statement and information by insurers 93. The requirements in respect of the guarantee 8 laws of Malaysia ACT 94 Section 333. Certain conditions in the policy or guarantee does not have any effective 95. Avoidance of limitations on third-party risk policy field of 96. The obligation of insurers to deliver sentence against people who take insurance in respect of third party risks 97. Third party rights against insurers 98. The obligation to provide the necessary information to third parties 99. Solution between the insurers and the insurance people who take 100. Bankruptcy, etc., does not affect third party claims 101. More third parties rights against insurers 102. Assignment of affirmation caused cancellation of policy 103. Production of certificate of 104. The insurer must be notified of any event 105. 106 deposit. Application of this part to guarantee 107. The rules of part V OFFENCES and VARIOUS PROVISIONS 108. False statement 109. The liability of the registered owner and other 110. Penalties for obstruction and harassment 110A. Persuade or pressing 111. Abetting the offence of 112. The power of arrest and detention, discontinuation of 113. The power of the police in the investigation of 114. Road Transport Officer in the investigation 115. Obligation to provide information and the use of the statement as evidence 116. (Cut) 116A. The jurisdiction of the magistrate's Class 117. Provide evidence of road transport 9 Section 117A. Evidence and conviction earlier 118. Delivery and signature notice 119. General offence and penalty 119A. Offence is committed by a body corporate 120. Power to compound 121. Plea of guilty by letter and compound does not affect 122 's insurance policy. The Director General shall be notified of the conviction and compound 123. No officer uniform should submit the identity card of 124. Payment of the license fee 124A. Declaration of public body 125. The Minister may authorize any person to exercise the functions of Director of 126. Minister's power to authorize or give 126A license. Cancellation of 127. Rules 128. Repeal, transitional and saving 129. Power of Minister to make additional transitional provisions, etc.
10 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 road transport 11 laws of MALAYSIA Act 333 road transport act 1987 an act to make provision about the regulation of motor vehicles and traffic in streets and other matters with respect to roads and vehicles on it; to make provision about third party protection against risks arising from the use of motor vehicles; to make provision about the coordination and control of the means and facilities for transport; to make provision about the coordination and control of the means and facilities for the construction and adaptation of motor vehicles; and to make provision about the related purpose.
[1 January 1988, P.U. (B) 694/1987]

BE IT enacted by the Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong with the advice and consent of the Dewan Negara and Dewan Rakyat in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: part I preliminary short title, application and commencement 1. (1) this Act may be cited as the road transport act 1987 and shall come into force on such date as the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette.
(2) the Minister may prescribe different dates for start the currency of different sections and the provisions in this Act.
(3) this Act applies throughout Malaysia.
12 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 interpretation 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "this Act" includes any subsidiary legislation made under this Act;
"real tools" means any tools or machinery that is used in conjunction with the land related to the purpose of the tractor on which tractor land can be used under this Act;
"members of the armed forces" means — (a) a member of the armed forces; (b) a police officer; (c) a member of a visiting force within the meaning of any law in force for regulating armed visitors who are lawfully in law in Malaysia;
"public body" means a body that is declared by the Minister as a public body;
"goods" means any article, including livestock, carried on or in a motor vehicle for the purposes of any trade or business but does not include — (a) equipment that is normally used with the vehicle;
(b) goods of merchandise carried by a person on or in the vehicle solely for the purpose of performed as sample;
(c) goods carried by a person on or in the vehicle to be used in carrying out trade, business or professional credibility and not for sale;
"without the load weight" means the weight of a vehicle including body and all the parts (more weight taken into account if the body or parts of alternative use) that are necessary for, or commonly used with, the vehicle when used on a road but excluding the appliance curai;
Road transport 13 "wheeled", in relation to a motor vehicle or trailer, means the total weight of the vehicle is transferred to the path by using the wheel;
"tracked", in relation to a vehicle means a vehicle designed and built in such a way that its weight is transferred to the surface of the road either by means of continuous track or with a combination of wheels and tracks ongoing;
"animal" means any horses, ponies, mules, donkeys, cattle, cattle, sheep, pigs, goats or dogs;
"Dato Bandar" means Dato Bandar Kuala Lumpur appointed under section 3 of the Federal Capital Act 1960 [Act 190] read together with section 4 Kuala Lumpur City Act 1971 [Act 59] and includes any officer in Kuala Lumpur City service authorized in writing by the city to run the authority, or to perform duties imposed to Dato Bandar by this Act;
"limits the maximum weight permitted Laden" means the weight specified by the Director General as the weight with the load that is suitable for a particular vehicle using the road;
"the specified day" means the day specified by the Minister under section 1 for start the currency of any part or provision of this Act;
"traffic signal" includes all signal poles, signal, warning, command posts, sign or signal erected or provided on or near the road to knowledge, guide or show instructions to the person using the road;
"The Road Transport Department" means a Department administered by the Director General;
"road" means — (a) any public roads and any other road to which the public have access and include bridges, tunnels, layby, ferry, road facilities, elevated roundabout, traffic Islands, dealer 14 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 Street, all lanes of traffic, speed, slow lane Lane, road shoulders, the middle line, flyovers, road wall, approach, inbound and outbound rail, toll plaza service area, and other structures and fixtures for full effect to its use; and (b) for the purposes of section 70 and 85, is also including a path is under construction, but does not include any private road, bridge, tunnel or anything relating to the roads maintained and taken care of by private persons or private bodies;
"Putrajaya Corporation Area" means the area described in section 10 the Akta Perbadanan Putrajaya 1995 [Act 536];
"bankruptcy" includes insolvency which is consequently an order regulating wages eaters was made under the law relating to bankruptcy;
"use" means the use on any road;
"accident" means an accident or event in which the damage or injury committed against any person, property, vehicles, structures or animal;
"vehicle" means a structure which may move or be moved or used to carry any person or thing and which come into contact with the surface of the earth when moving;
"goods vehicle" shall have the same meaning as given to the expression in the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987 [Act 334];
"motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle of any description, which is driven by the mechanism contained in the body of the vehicle and built or adapted to be used on the road, and includes trailers;
Road transport 15 "commercial vehicle" shall have the same meaning as given to the expression in the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987;
"public service vehicle" shall have the same meaning as given to the expression in the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987;
"Government" means the Federal Government or any State Government;
"The Chief Police officer" means any police officer authorized by the Inspector General of police to control the Royal Malaysian police in respect of any area or State under section 6 of the Police Act 1967 [Act 344] and is named so by the Inspector General of police;
"Director General" means the Director-General for road transport appointed under section 3;
"conductors" means a person licensed under section 56 to act as the conductor of a public service vehicle;
"traffic" includes bicycles, trisikal, motor vehicle, car, tram, vehicles of any type, pedestrians, procession, police or army group and all animals that he replied, digembala or dragged;
"the airport" have the same meaning assigned to it by the Civil Aviation Act 1969 [Act 3];
"Highway authority" means the organization incorporated under section 3 of the Act highway authority Malaysia (incorporation) order 1980 [Act 231];
"driving license" means the license granted to any person to learn to drive in terms of theory and practice and then tested according to the test of competency prescribed;
16 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 "driving licence" means a licence to drive motor vehicles granted or deemed to be granted under part II and include provisional driving license and probationary driving licence granted under section 29;
"probationary driving licence" means a licence for a trial period for two years given to any person who has passed the test of competency prescribed;
"parking" means bring a motor vehicle into the stationary condition and cause them to wait for any purpose other than taking or lose immediately people, goods or luggage;
"Minister" means the Minister charged with the responsibility for transportation;
the "machine scale" includes machine portable scales, scales machine static and mobile electronic scale system during or computerized;
"road transport officer" means any officer appointed to be a road transport officer under section 3;
"police officer" includes an additional police officer, police officer voluntary savings or police officer Assistant appointed under the Police Act 1967;
"driver" means a person who at the time was driving a motor vehicle and, in the case of a motor vehicle that is not moving, including those for the time being responsible for driving the motor vehicle;
"carriage of goods" includes goods penghelaan;
"owner" — (a) in relation to a motor vehicle registered or deemed to be registered under this Act, means the registered owner of the vehicle; and (b) in relation to any other motor vehicle, means the person in possession or in use or who is entitled to use the motor vehicle;
Road transport 17 "registered owner" means the person who is registered as the owner of a motor vehicle under paragraph 11 (1) (b);
"registered medical practitioner" means a medical practitioner registered under the medical Act 1971 [Act 50];
"Director" means the Director for road transport appointed under section 3;
"passenger" — (a) in relation to a person who brought with something

public service vehicles, excluding driver or conductor or any ticket inspectors who are on the vehicle in carrying out its work;
(b) in relation to a person who carried by goods vehicles excluding driver or any kelindan required by law to be carried with the vehicle; and (c) in relation to a private car, not including the driver;
"certificate of insurance" includes a cover note;
"certificate of registration" includes register;
"The Perbadanan Putrajaya" means the Putrajaya Corporation established under section 3 of the Putrajaya Corporation Act, 1995;
"Police Commissioner" means the Commissioner appointed under section 5 of the Police Act 1967;
"company" includes any company as defined in the companies Act 1965 [Act 125], any company established under any law, any corporation incorporated in accordance with the law, and any firm or partnership;
"car park" means a place that is set aside as a place where the motor vehicle or any class or description of motor vehicles mentioned placed;
"Deputy Director-General" means the Deputy Director-General for road transport appointed under section 3;
18 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 "Deputy Director" means the Deputy Director for road transport appointed under section 3;
"trailer" shall have the same meaning as given to it in subsection 5 (1);
"land tractor" means a motor tractor designed and used primarily for farm land in connection with agriculture, forestry, planting or leveling the ground, conduction, dredge or similar works, which is guided on the path only when commuting to and from work and when a guided not attract anything other than land tools;
"traffic wardens" means any person appointed as a traffic warden by Dato Bandar or Putrajaya Corporation under section 3.
Appointment 3. (1) a Director-General for road transport and persons as Deputy Director-General for road transport, Director for road transport, Deputy Director for road transport and road transport officer to another shall be appointed as he thinks necessary or expedient for the purposes of this Act.
(2) the Director General shall have general supervision and direction of all matters relating to road transport throughout Malaysia.
(3) the Director General may prescribe uniforms for road transport officer.
(4) Dato Bandar may appoint some people in Kuala Lumpur City service as it thinks necessary or expedient for the purposes of this Act to be traffic wardens and may, after consultation with the Chief of police, prescribe uniforms for the officials.
(4A) the Perbadanan Putrajaya may appoint such number of persons in the service of Perbadanan Putrajaya as it considers road transport 19 necessary or expedient for the purposes of this Act to be traffic wardens and may, after consultation with the Chief of police, prescribe uniforms for the officials.
(5) the Director General shall perform the duties and exercise the rights and power of charged and conferred upon him by this Act.
(6) the Director General of road transport, all officers, and all traffic wardens appointed under this section shall be deemed to be public servants for the purposes of Chapter X of the Penal Code [Act 574].
(7) the Director General shall mempertugaskan a Director for every registration areas or every part of the Road Transport Department.
(8) a notification in the Gazette about appointing a road transport officer or traffic warden shall be conclusive evidence that such person is appointed.
(9) any officer appointed under any Ordinance repealed by this Act and holds office at the date of the before prescribed, shall continue to hold office and shall be deemed to be road transport officer or traffic warden, as the case may be, appointed under this section.
Authorization to the Mayor and City Council officers 3A. (1) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, when the application is made by the Mayor of a City Council, to authorize the Mayor and officers or persons in the service of the City Council to exercise the powers conferred and perform the duties imposed by this Act on Dato Bandar or traffic warden, as the case may be.
(2) an order made under subsection (1) may be limiting the powers which will be given to and the tasks to be implemented by the Mayor and officers or persons in the service of the City Council.
20 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (3) when authorisation is made under subsection (1), the Mayor and officers or persons in the service of the City Council may exercise the powers conferred and perform the duties imposed by this Act on Dato Bandar or traffic warden, as the case may be, as if — (a) a reference to "Dato Bandar" is a reference to the Mayor of the City Council;
(b) a reference to "officer in Kuala Lumpur City service" and "people in Kuala Lumpur City service" is a reference to officers or persons in the service of the City Council of each masingnya;
(c) a reference to "Kuala Lumpur" is a reference to the City.
(4) for the purposes of this section — "Mayor of a City Council" includes the Mayor of a City and "Mayor" shall be construed accordingly;
"City Council" includes a City Council and a City.
Power Dato Bandar and traffic wardens 4. Power Dato Bandar or the Perbadanan Putrajaya and traffic wardens under this Act doesn't run outside, or with respect to an offence committed outside the Federal territory of Kuala Lumpur or Perbadanan Putrajaya.
PART II classification, REGISTRATION and LICENSING of MOTOR vehicles and DRIVERS of Motor vehicles Classification the classification of motor vehicles 5. (1) for the purposes of this Act, the motor vehicles shall be divided into the following classes: (a) vehicles for disable people; that is, vehicles-motor vehicle weight without muatannya not more than road transport 21 two hundred and fifty kilograms, which designed and built special or customized, for use by a person suffering from disability or physical ketidakdayaan and solely used by that person;
(b) motorcycles; that is, motor vehicles having less than four wheels, and the weight without muatannya not more than four hundred and fifty kilograms;
(c) the tractor weight; that is, motor vehicles which are not constructed to carry any load (other than water, fuel, and equipment and materials akumulator used for the purposes of rejanan, appliances and fittings curai curai), which weight without muatannya more than five thousand kilograms;
(d) light tractor; that is, motor vehicles, which weight without muatannya not exceeding five thousand kilograms and if on the other hand, belong in the definition of "tractor heavy";
(e) motocars weight; that is, motor vehicles constructed to carry the load or the weight without passengers and muatannya more than three thousand kilograms;
(f) motorcar; that is, motor vehicles (does not belong in the definition of "motorcycle"), which was built to carry the load or passengers and weight without muatannya not exceeding three thousand kilograms;
(g) heavy mobile machinery; that is, motor vehicles that are designed as complete machine contained himself, was brought by the way the mechanisms contained in her own and that weight without muatannya more than five thousand kilograms and can be used on the road;
(h) machinery moving light; that is, motor vehicles, which weight without muatannya not exceeding five thousand kilograms and if on the other hand, belong in the definition, "heavy machinery";
(i) vehicles controlled by pedestrians; that is, motor vehicles built for the purpose of bringing the load or passengers and controlled by someone who does not sit or ride on the vehicle;
22 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (j) trolley vehicles; that is, vehicles that get power from the cable or rail top and have the connection with the power source or other device takar;
(k) trailer; that is, vehicles other than land tools pulled by a motor vehicle, whether or not part of the trailer is placed on vehicle Interestingly.
(2) the Minister may make rules for breaking down into any of the classes specified in subsection (1), whether by weight, construction, tire type, use or otherwise and make different provisions in respect of each broken part and change in respect of any maximum or minimum weight class specified by this section.
(3) any reference in this section to a class of motor vehicles shall include a reference to any broken parts of the class.
(4) for the purposes of this part, a car that is installed as well as the motorcycle shall, if it complies with the conditions laid down, be deemed to form part of the vehicle in which it is installed and not as a trailer.

Prohibition for motor vehicles which do not comply with rules 6. (1) it is unlawful to use a motor vehicle which does not comply with the rules concerning construction, weight, equipment, use and age that applies to a class or description of a motor vehicle in which the motor vehicle is constituted: provided that the Minister may, by notification in the Gazette, authorise (subject to such restrictions and conditions as may be specified in the notification) the use of special motor vehicles , or motor vehicles, special type built either for special purposes or for the purposes of trials or trial and a new type of motor vehicle or type of improved, either wheeled or not wheeled.
Road transport 23 (2) the Minister may cancel, vary or amend any notification made under this section.
(3) subject to this section, is not valid in the law to sell or supply, or offer to sell or supply, a motor vehicle to be sent in any condition for which its use in such conditions to be valid in law pursuant to this section.
(4) subject to this section, it is not legal to change a motor vehicle to make such circumstances in which its use in such circumstances cease to be valid in law pursuant to this section.
(5) where a motor vehicle was used, sold or supplied or offered for sale or be adjusted in contravention of this section, any person who uses the motor vehicle or cause or allow it to be used and any person selling or supplying or offering for sale or altering the motor vehicle or cause or allow it sold, supplied for sale or transformed, committed an offence : provided that a person shall not be convicted of an offence under this subsection in respect of the sale, supply, the offering for sale or variation of a motor vehicle if dibuktikannya that the motor vehicle has been supplied, sold, offered for sale or varied, as the case may be, to be exported from Malaysia or that he had reasonable cause to believe that the motor vehicle will not be used in Malaysia or will not be used as such until the vehicle has been repaired in the circumstances in which it can be used with such is not illegal and that become a condition for the sale, supply, the offering for sale or alteration is that the motor vehicle will not be used as such until it was repaired in the circumstances until such can be used with is not unlawful under this section.
24 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 for registration of Motor vehicles for registration of motor vehicles and the owner 7. (1) No person shall possess or use a motor vehicle unless the vehicle has been registered in accordance with this section.
(2) subsection (1) shall not apply in the case of — (a) a motor vehicle that is not registered, owned by and in the possession of a trader for the purposes of sale;
(b) a motor vehicle that is used with legally binding law by virtue of a commercial motor vehicle license granted to the manufacturer or pembaiki or dealers of motor vehicles under section 22;
(c) a motor vehicle that is driven to a place or a place specified by the road transport officer for the purpose of examination or test, or is being tested by a road transport officer, or while being driven to a place or a place specified by the road transport officer for the purposes of registration, and during guided or tested so bring an identification mark in accordance with this Act;
(d) a motor vehicle lawfully in law be brought into Malaysia in accordance with section 21 or by rules made under section 25;
(e) a motor vehicle that is registered in any foreign country, which by virtue of any international agreements allowed to operated in Malaysia under a licence issued under the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987.
(3) any person who contravenes subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit.
Road transport 25 Storage express 8. Every Director shall keep and maintain a register of all motor vehicles registered under this Act in the area of registration of which he became Director. The register shall be in such form and contain such information, details and particulars as may be directed from time to time by the Director General.
Depositor account by a licensed Registrar 9. Every Director is assigned for an area of registration shall keep such accounts and make any statement in relation to the amount of money payable to him under this Act, and any financial statements and statistics by any form and at any time as may be directed by the Director General.
Application for registration 10. (1) every application for the registration of a motor vehicle shall be made in the prescribed form to the Director a registration area, and shall be signed by the person for the time being entitled to possession of the motor vehicle.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (1), any person to the satisfaction of the Director that he was permitted in writing for that purpose by a person who is not in Malaysia, can make an application on behalf of such person to register a motor vehicle, and in any such case the application shall be deemed to be signed and made by that person.
(3) there is a already a motor vehicle can be registered except — (a) the vehicle has an engine number and chassis that is bright, clear and unspoiled; and (b) the prescribed fee has been paid.
(4) no motor vehicle can be registered if it fails to comply with this Act regarding construction, weight, equipment, use and age unless the motor vehicle has been exempted from such compliance under the powers conferred by this Act.
26 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (5) an application for the registration of a motor vehicle which became the property of the Government or a public body shall specify, by reference to his Office, an officer in the service of the Government or public body, as the case may be, in custody whom the motor vehicle is and the person at the time in Office shall, for the purposes of any offence, be deemed to be the registered owner of the motor vehicle.
(6) No officer may be deemed to be, solely by virtue of subsection (5), as guilty of an offence committed before the date he holds the posts.
Registration number 11. (1) where a motor vehicle is registered, a Director shall — (a) provision for the motor vehicle specified index marks for area registration where the vehicle is registered or status of the owner of the motor vehicle and a separate number (in this Act signs and that number referred to once as "registration number"), and number of the registration shall continue to be the registration number of the motor vehicle until the vehicle dicuraikan , were destroyed or sent out of Malaysia for all eternity and registration number shall not be assigned to any other motor vehicle: provided always that a person who has been registered as the owner of a vehicle may, subject to such terms and conditions as may be prescribed, and the prescribed fee, obtain a number assigned to the motor vehicles assigned to a motor vehicle that he is seeking to become the registered owner and that before that had never been registered , and the Director shall thereupon assign a new registration number to the first motor vehicles mentioned above and make all necessary amendments consequential to the register and the certificate of registration;
Road transport 27 (b) register the person making an application for the registration as the owner of the motor vehicle; and (c) issue to that person a certificate of registration in accordance with the prescribed form.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (1) (a), the Director may change the registration numbers of any registered motor vehicle in respect of which the fee under this Act is not payable (excluding the motor vehicle owned by the Government) and can assign the registration number of the motor vehicle to any other motor vehicle.
(3) If two or more people have or claim for possession and use of a motor vehicle, the Director shall register as the owner of a motor vehicle: (a) one of them as named by them in the prescribed manner for the purposes of the registration; or (b) in the event of any dispute between them, one of them selected by the Director in that behalf, after such inquiry as he thinks necessary.

(4) in any case mentioned in paragraph (3) (a), the Director may also registered in the register and the certificate of registration of the names of the other claimants about the ownership of the motor vehicle, but there is nothing on record the names of any claimant shall be deemed to affect any liability incurred by the person registered as the owner under this Act, or vest on the claimant any right or power conferred by this Act to the registered owner of a motor vehicle.
(5) the decision of the Director under paragraph (3) (b) shall be final and conclusive for the purposes of this Act, but shall not be deemed to affect or prejudice in any manner the rights of any claimant against the ownership of the motor vehicle to cause its rights determined by the Court, and the Director shall amend the register in accordance with any order on made by the Court.
28 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 motor vehicle inspection and provision of information to the Director General 12. (1) the Director General or a Director may at any time before the registration of a motor vehicle requires that the motor vehicle be taken to any place appropriate specified by him and inspected and, if necessary, then weighed and measured and after registered may at any time require the motor vehicle is brought as the first if he has reason to believe — (a) that the motor vehicle does not comply with the requirements of this Act;
(b) that any information given to him in respect of the motor vehicle is false, incorrect or misleading;
(c) that the motor vehicle is not in usable condition; or (d) that weights, dimensions, features, construction, color, details the introduction or seat was changed after its registration.
(2) the registered owner of a motor vehicle shall immediately inform the Director of an area registration in writing of any circumstances or events affect the accuracy of any entry in the register relating to a motor vehicle, and shall at the same time convey or deliver to the Director shall be the certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle.
(2A) the registered owner shall, in the case of a motor vehicle chassis Exchange, prior approval of the Director General before the changeover.
(3) the registered owner of a motor vehicle shall, when required by the Director to do so — (a) forthwith deliver to the Director the information needed for the purpose of verifying entries relating to the motor vehicle in the register; and (b) immediately forward or deliver to the Director shall be the certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle.
Road transport 29 (4) After a motor vehicle inspected, weighed or measured under subsection (1), or after receiving any information or evidence given in respect of a motor vehicle under subsection (2) or (3), the Director may make any amendment in the register and certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle as he may deem necessary, and shall return the certificate of registration to the registered owner.
(5) any person who without reasonable cause fails to comply with any requirement of the Director General or a Director under subsection (1) or under subsection (2) or (3) shall be guilty of an offence.
Procedures regarding motor vehicle ownership transfer 13. (1) where a motor vehicle is changed ownership in voluntary transactions made by registered owner — (a) the registered owner shall, within seven days after the ownership transfer, submit to the Director a registration area, a statement in the prescribed form, and shall deliver to the new owner or the owner of the new certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle and, unless he surrender a licence under section 19 , the license;
(b) new owners or new owner shall, within seven days after the ownership transfer, submit to the Director a statement in the prescribed form together with the certificate of registration and the prescribed fees; and (c) of the motor vehicle shall not be used for more than seven days after the ownership transfer unless new owners or new owner is registered as the owner and, if the licence was surrendered by the registered owner, the vehicle cannot be used until new owners or the new owner took a new licence: provided that this subsection shall not apply in the case where the ownership transfer is arising from a contract of rental and the rental period not exceeding per month.
30 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (2) where a motor vehicle is changed ownership in addition to voluntary transfers made by the registered owner — (a) the registered owner of the motor vehicle shall, within seven days after the ownership transfer, surrender the certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle to a person in possession who has moved the vehicle, and shall in writing notify the Director for an area registration will the ownership transfer;
(b) if the registration certificate submitted, therefore, people who are in his possession of the motor vehicle has moved shall, within seven days after the ownership transfer, submit to the Director shall be the certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle and shall apply to the Director to be registered as owner of the new registered owner replace it;
(c) If a Director is satisfied that the certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle has not been submitted under paragraph (a) to the person in his possession of the motor vehicle has moved, and the person is entitled to possession of the motor vehicle, the Director may, upon application made by that person and having paid the prescribed fee, issue to such person a duplicate of the certificate of registration; and (d) the person who in his possession a motor vehicle has been transferred shall, after making application and having paid the prescribed fees and even after submitting to the Director shall be the certificate of registration or a copy of the penduanya, to that registered as the owner of the motor vehicle.
(3) when a new owner of a motor vehicle to be registered, the Director shall make the necessary changes in the register and certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle, and shall deliver the certificate of registration that have changed it to its new owner: provided that the Director may, if he thinks expedient to do so, issue a new registration certificate in lieu of the certificate of registration that have changed that.
Road transport 31 displaying the registration number 14. (1) the registration number assigned to a motor vehicle when registered, or a new registration number assigned under section 11 shall, unless otherwise provided, we talk and disuarkan at the motor vehicle in such manner as may be prescribed by rules made under this section. There are any figures or letters and there is nothing the design, decoration, fixtures or additions can be put on a motor vehicle at any place or by any other means — (a) to likely to mislead or deceive; or (b) to render more difficult to read or dicamkan number is that while the vehicle is on the move.
(2) for the purposes of this section, the letters or figures which were put at a motor vehicle shall be deemed to be likely to mislead or deceive if, in the opinion of contractor, or form letters or figures that about the same only with the prescribed registration number or can be disilapkan as letters or figures that or it is misleading any user way.
(3) where a trailer is being pulled on a road by a motor vehicle, other than a registration number assigned for that when the trailer is registered there shall we talk in the manner referred to in subsection (1), number of registration for a motor vehicle the trailer is interesting, and this section shall apply in relation to the registration number displays on a trailer as the provisions apply in relation to a memperagakannya on the motor vehicle.
(4) where a registration number does not talk according to this section, or if such talk, the registration number however obscure or caused or left to become or continue to be not easily dicamkan, or registration number, it is not disuarkan according to the provisions, or if any letters or numerals or design, decoration, fixtures or addition is made or brought contrary to the provisions of the above- , the person driving or in charge of the vehicle when used for such commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding three hundred dollars *: * RECORDS — Formerly "two hundred dollars" – see A878 Act.
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Provided that a person charged under this section because it has a registration number fuzzy or for causing or allowing the numbers to be or continue to be not easily dicamkan can not be convicted if he proves that he took all such steps as are reasonably practicable to prevent the registration number from becoming fuzzy or not easily dicamkan.
The licensing of Motor vehicles motor vehicle licences 15. (1) No person shall use or cause or permit the use of a motor vehicle in respect of which there is a motor vehicle license (s) granted under this Act: provided that a motor vehicle brought into Malaysia legally in law in accordance with section 21 or 25 or in accordance with any rules made thereunder, shall be deemed to be a motor vehicle in respect of which there is in force a licence granted under this Act.
(2) subsection (1) shall not apply to a motor vehicle which has not been used: provided that a declaration has been made to the Director, in the prescribed form, that the vehicle has not been used.
(3) where a motor vehicle referred to in subsection (2) was later found to be used or caused or permitted to be used, then the vehicle cannot, for the purposes of this section, be deemed to have not been used.
(4) any person who uses or causes or permits to be used a motor vehicle having declared that it has not been used commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars.
(5) for the purposes of this section, "has not been used" means to store and to discontinue than being used on the road.
Road transport 33 Requirements for applications 16. (1) a motor vehicle licence to be given, for such period as may be prescribed, when application is made to the Director any registration areas.
(2) every applicant for a licence a motor vehicle shall give such particulars and submit any evidence which may be required, and in particular that either — (a) during the period of validity of licence applied for will be there in force any insurance policy or any guarantee, in relation to a motor vehicle for which a license is required, which comply with the requirements of part IV; or (b) the motor vehicle is a vehicle that, by virtue of subsection 90 (5), section 90 does not apply to him.
(3) Notwithstanding any other provisions contrary to this section, any person to the satisfaction of the Director that he has authorized in writing in that behalf by the registered owner of a motor vehicle is not in Malaysia can apply on behalf of the registered owner for a licence for the motor vehicle, and in any such case the application shall be deemed to have been made and signed by the registered owner.
The Director may refuse to issue motor vehicle licenses in certain matters 17. (1) a Director is not required to give a motor vehicle licence in respect of an application made unless — (a) the certificate of registration relating to the motor vehicle set out in the application submitted and the particulars contained in the application is similar to the particulars of equivalents contained in the registration certificate;
(b) details of the pengenal of the motor vehicle, including the engine and chassis numbers, remain bright, clear and not tampered with and similar to equivalent details contained in the registration certificate;
34 the laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (c) the prescribed fee has been paid: and (d) he is satisfied that the applicant does not have the thing or things pending with the Road Transport Department or the police in relation to any violation or offence contrary to this Act or the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987.
(e) (struck by A891 Act).
(1A) (struck by A891 Act).
(2) a Director may refuse to give a motor vehicle licence or an motor trade licence or may cancel or suspend for a period not exceeding six months a motor vehicle licence or an motor trade licence has been given if, after giving the owner an opportunity to make any representations he may wish to make, the Director has reason to believe that a motor vehicle referred to in the licence or in respect of which the application is made has been used or proposed to be used for a purpose that is unlawful or in a way that may be illegal, and when doing so shall endorse or certificate of registration for the motor vehicle accordingly.
(3) for the purposes of subsection (2), the use of any motor vehicle as a result of breach of any conditions imposed on a licence under the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987 or any statutory conditions set out therein shall be deemed to be using the vehicle in a way that may be illegal.
(4) unless the licence suspension period not exceeding one month, any person being the holder of a motor vehicle licence or trade licence motor aggrieved by the suspension of the licence by the Director under subsection (2) may, within fourteen days from the suspension by Director, appeal to the Director General and the Director-General on appeal, after such investigation, if any , as he thinks fit, may make such order as it may deem just and any such order made shall be binding on the Director and the appellant.
Road transport 35 (5) where the Director refuses to give a licence or revoke a licence under subsection (2), he shall immediately notify the Director-General of the refusal or cancellation and stating the reason of it; and the Director General shall, within fourteen days from the date of cancellation or such refusal, notify the registered owner of the motor vehicle that he confirm or cancel, as the case may be, such refusal or cancellation.
(6) any person who becomes the applicant or the holder of a motor vehicle licence which is aggrieved by the decision of the Director General as to refuse to grant or revoke such licence, shall, within twenty-one days from the date of confirmation by the Director General under subsection (5), appeal to the Minister, and the Minister on appeal, after conducting such investigation, if any, as he thinks necessary, shall make , such orders as he may deem fit, and any such order made shall be binding on the Director General and the appellant.
(7) subsection (6) shall not apply to any person who obtains a motor vehicle after vehicle registration card has been endorsed in accordance with subsection (2).
(8) where a license in respect of a motor vehicle has been rejected or cancelled under subsection (2), the Director may refuse to give a licence for the vehicle for a term not exceeding six months from the date of the revocation, and subsection (5) and (6) shall not apply in the event of such refusal.
Effect of changing the vehicle on licence 18. When a motor vehicle in respect of which a motor vehicle licence has been granted, modified after the license is given, in such manner as the cause of the motor vehicle to be a motor vehicle in respect of which a licence with a higher fee or a licence from another class, the license is required, before the modified vehicles used, is not valid but licensees , upon surrender of the licence and give the particulars required shall be entitled to receive a new license for vehicles 36 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 of the motor, and such licence shall become effective during the period the licence submitted is supposed to take effect if the license is not submitted, on payment of any amount, if any, is the difference between the amount payable for a new license with the amount repayable , if any, payable under section 19 for the license surrendered it.
Surrendering motor vehicle licence 19. (1) the holder of a motor vehicle licence may at any time surrender the licence to the Director an area of registration and are, unless otherwise provided, to be paid by the Director by way of rebate any amount as may be prescribed: provided that no such refund payable for a licence is cancelled or suspended by the Director under section 17.
(2) No person shall bring proceedings for the purpose of obtaining a rebate under this section or refund in respect of any costs more for any fees payable for a motor vehicle licence granted under section 16, unless the proceedings brought before the expiry of one year from the date of the expiration of the license period.
Displaying the motor vehicle licence 20. (1) every motor vehicle licence granted under section 16 other than motor vehicle licence granted in respect of a motorcycle or vehicle for disable people, shall be affixed and exhibited at the vehicle in respect of which the licence was issued in the manner and subject to such conditions as may be prescribed.

(2) No person shall (whether by writing, painting or by any other means) change, disfigure, impair or add anything to a motor vehicle licence, and no person shall exhibit at a motor vehicle any vehicle licence that has been transformed, dicacatkan, defaced or added as mentioned above, or figures or details on it has become difficult to read or which color has changed due to fading or otherwise and also no person shall display any similar to an imitation of the license.
Road transport 37 (3) any person who contravenes this section commits an offence.
Visitor licence 21. (1) subject to any rules that may be made by the Minister under section 66, a Director may give visitors a licence in respect of a motor vehicle brought into Malaysia from a place outside Malaysia, if the Director is satisfied that the motor vehicle will be dieksportkan from Malaysia within ninety days from the date of the motor vehicle upon arrival in Malaysia.
(2) a licence solo — (a) must be stated as the expiry of ninety days from the date the vehicle arrival and cannot be renewed;
(b) shall not be granted for a heavy goods vehicle tractor, or public service vehicle;
(c) shall not be granted unless the Director is satisfied that the relationship with the use of the motor vehicle there is a certificate, insurance policy or guarantee certificate that complies with the requirements of part IV;
(d) shall not be granted in respect of a motor vehicle to which section 25 applies.
(3) a licence of users granted under provisions equivalent to any law in force in the Republic of Singapore shall, so long as the licence remains in force in that country, be deemed to be a licence of users granted under this section.
(4) the fee for a licence granted under this section shall be as prescribed.
Commercial motor vehicle licences 22. (1) if any person who became a maker or pembaiki or motor vehicle dealer, make an application in the prescribed manner to the Director for registration areas in which its business premises is located stated that he may, in lieu of taking a license 38 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 under this section for every motor vehicle used by him, be entitled to take a general licence for all motor vehicles used by him then the Director may, subject to such conditions as may be prescribed, grant to that person a licence (in this Act referred to as "motor trade licence") having paid the prescribed fee.
(2) the holder of a licence motor trade granted under this section shall not be entitled in accordance with the licence — (a) use more than one motor vehicle at any time, except for a motor vehicle interesting trailers and used for the purposes specified; or (b) use any motor vehicle for any purpose other than any purpose specified.
(3) no nothing in this section shall have effect in order to prevent a person who is entitled to take a motor trade licence from holding two or more such license.
(4) a trade licence shall not be granted until the motor the applicant has to submit evidence, to the satisfaction of the Director, that the validity of the license there is in force a policy of insurance or a guarantee that complies with the requirements of part IV in respect of the use of motor vehicles according to the license.
(5) a motor trade licence cannot be assigned or transferred.
(6) Subsection 17 (2) and (5) apply to a licence motor trade as the provisions that apply to a motor vehicle licence.
(7) the holder of a licence motor trade may at any time surrender the licence to the Director an area of registration and upon the license surrendered is entitled to be reimbursed by way of rebate any amount prescribed: provided that proceedings to obtain the rebate or refund any excess payment for a licence shall be brought before the expiration period of one year from the date of the expiration of the license period.
Road transport 39 other Offences relating to the registration and licensing of motor vehicles 23. (1) if any person using a motor vehicle while no effect in respect of a motor vehicle licence granted under this Act, or cause or permit a motor vehicle used as such or, as the holder of a licence motor trade provided under section 22, to use at any time, a motor vehicle which is more than the number of dibenarkannya use according to the license , then he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit.
(2) where a licence has been granted in respect of a motor vehicle to be used for a specific purpose, and the motor vehicle at any time during the period of the license in effect used for other purposes, a person using the motor vehicle or cause or permit the use thereof commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit.
(3) any court, which before the holder of a licence a motor vehicle or an motor trade licence issued under this part have been convicted of an offence under this part, may suspend the licence for a period of valid until or for a shorter period and the license, together with, in the case of a motor trade plate licence, issued in connection with it shall then be submitted to the Court by the holder of the license, and the Court shall send the licence and also of the motor trade plate, if any, to the Director to issue the license, along with a copy of the order made by the Court.
(4) no such rebates can be paid by a person to the Director in respect of any period for which a licence a motor vehicle or an motor trade licence has been suspended so.
(5) no court can inform yourself of any proceedings under this section unless such proceeding is commenced within twelve months from the date of the occurrence of the offence.
40 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 Various recover fees 24. (1) where any fee payable under this section remaining unpaid after one month from the date of the fee due, or if the fee has been paid less than the proper amount, then the Director shall issue a notice requiring the person in default is to pay the amount due within a period of fourteen days from the date of the notice.
(2) any person who fails to comply with the requirements of the notice shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars, and the Court before which the person is convicted, in addition to the fine, may order that person to pay the amount of any fees due and remaining unpaid at the time of conviction, and any amount ordered so that paid such recoverable according to the law relating to recover fines; and any amount so recovered shall be remitted by the Court to the Director of licensed appropriately.
(3) in any prosecution under this section, a certificate purporting to be signed by the Director stating that a person — (a) on the date stated in the certificate a notice requiring the accused to pay any amount of the fee payable by him as may be specified in the certificate has been issued accordingly pursuant to subsection (1); and (b) the accused has failed to comply with the requirements, shall be sufficient evidence of the facts stated therein.
25. International recognition When any international agreements to facilitate the international circulation of motor vehicles or to release it from the tax was worn in Malaysia, Minister, for the purpose of road transport 41 enforce such an agreement, may make rules — (a) for the provision and verification of any travel passes, certificate, driving licence or any other powers that may be useful to a person domiciled in Malaysia when motor vehicles while overseas , or to drivers who are overseas and wish to drive motor vehicles;
(b) to modify the provisions of this Act relating to the registration and licensing of motor vehicles for motor vehicles brought temporarily into Malaysia by a person domiciled abroad and plan to stay while only in Malaysia, and relating to the licensing of drivers entering Malaysia for the purpose of driving any vehicle;
(c) to provide that any provision of this Act, relating to motor vehicles brought into Malaysia by people living temporary in Malaysia, shall have effect subject to such modifications and adaptations as may be prescribed;

(d) to make provision for exemption of full or in part, for a limited period, from any import duties payable on the importation of a motor vehicle, or of any registration fees or any other fees charged for such class or description specified motor vehicles brought into Malaysia by people living temporary in Malaysia; and (e) generally to enforce any such agreement.
Licensing of drivers Motor driving licences 26. (1) except as otherwise provided in this Act, no person shall drive a motor vehicle of any class or description, in a particular way unless he is the holder of a driving licence that allow him to drive a motor vehicle of the class 42 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 or description, and no person shall employ or permit another person to drive a motor vehicle on a road unless the person employed or allowed to drive that holds a driving licence such.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
(3) for the purposes of this section, the expression "the holder of a driving licence" includes any person owning and driving a motor vehicle in accordance with a licence issued accordingly by or on behalf of a proper authority that allows the person at the time of carrying out his duties as a member of the Forces driving a motor vehicle of a class or description specified in the license and the vehicle is a vehicle that has become Government property or property of any Government Angkatannya are lawfully in legal in Malaysia under the provisions of any law for the time being in force regulating the visitors are Armed with the legal laws in Malaysia.
Application for driving licence 27. (1) an application for a driving licence shall be made in the form and in the prescribed manner to the Director a registration area (2) subject to this part on tests of competency to drive and also on physical health of applicants for a driving licence, the Director shall, except in the case of an applicant who is disqualified by reason of age or otherwise as is hereinafter mentioned, on payment of the fee prescribed , giving a driver's license to any person applying acquired in accordance with this Act.
(3) a driving licence may allow the holder to drive any class or classes or any type or types in any class of motor vehicle, as stated in the licence by the Director General or Director.
Road transport 43 (4) where under this part, the applicant subject to any restrictions in respect of the case of driving a motor vehicle classes, then the partition limit must be stated in the prescribed manner at the driver's license.
(5) subject to this Act with regard to driving licences, a driving licence shall, unless previously revoked or surrendered, remain in force for a period of not less than twelve months from the date of the license is given.
(6) subject to any rules under this Act, a person shall be removed to the test of getting a driving licence — (a) when a driver's license other conferred upon him in Malaysia or in the Republic of Singapore is still in force, whether or not the license suspended;
(b) if to the conviction under this section or by a court order, in Malaysia or in the Republic of Singapore, he had omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence;
(c) for a period of twelve months from the date of cancellation of driver's license under section 35, 35A, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 45A, 45B or 45 c.
(7) in any proceedings, the fact that a driving licence has been granted to a person shall be evidence that the person for the purpose of obtaining the driving licence has made a declaration that he is not diminished by qualifications from holding or obtaining the driving licence.
(8) If any person is aggrieved by the refusal by the Director to give someone a driving licence, or the cancellation of a driving licence under subsection 30 (4), he may, after giving the Director of fourteen days notice of his wish to do so, appeal to the Minister, and upon any such appeal the Minister may make such order as it thinks fit and any such order made shall be binding on the Director.
44 the laws of Malaysia ACT 333 Recognition licenses drive other countries 28. A driver's license issued under the provisions of the equal to any law in force in any country which has become party to a treaty for which Malaysia is a party and purporting to recognise driving licences issued by the domestic pejanji countries shall, so long as the licence remains in force in that country, be deemed to be driving licence granted under this section.
A test of competence to drive 29. (1) a driving licence shall not be granted to any applicant unless he satisfaction of the Director that he has — (a) holding a probationary driving licence for a term of two years and make the application within one year after the expiry of such period;
(b) within three years prior to the date he made the application holds a licence issued by a competent authority in Malaysia or in the Republic of Singapore that allow it to drive motor vehicles of the class or description that he is allowed to drive, according to driver's license that he/she applies it to drive; or (c) within three years prior to the date he made the application holds a licence issued by a competent authority in any of the other countries that allow it to drive motor vehicles of the class or description that he is allowed to drive, according to driver's license that he/she applies it to drive, and that tests of competency drive compatible with the tests prescribed under this Act, have effect in that country : provided that paragraph (a), (b) or (c) shall not apply to any member of the armed forces of Malaysia, which has had a valid driver's license issued accordingly by or on behalf of a proper authority at the time that allows duty drive motor vehicles of the class or description that he allowed to drive; and that person is entitled to a driving licence for the vehicle class or description when making application and the prescribed fee.
Road transport 45 (1A) Notwithstanding this section, no driving licence may be granted to any applicant unless he satisfaction of the Director that he is seeking at the date he did not have matters or matters pending with the Road Transport Department or the police in relation to any breach or offence contrary to this Act or the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987.
(2) for the purpose of allowing a person driving a motor vehicle for the purpose you want to pass a test under this section, the Director may, subject to section 27, giving it a provisional driving license.
(3) a provisional driving licence shall be in the prescribed form, shall be subject to the conditions stipulated and valid for the specified period.
(4) where any person who has been given a provisional driving license fails to comply with any provision of the license given to him he shall be guilty of an offence.
(4A) If a person who holds a provisional driving license pass the test of competency prescribed, the Director shall give him a probationary driving license and the license shall be in the prescribed form and subject to the conditions specified and shall be valid for two years.
(4B) subsection (4A) shall not apply to applicants who hold a driving licence, in addition to driving license, of the class or description to another.
(4 c) where any person to whom driver's license trial given fails to comply with any provision of the license is given to him, he shall be guilty of an offence.
(5) the Court before which a person is convicted of an offence under section 42 or 43 may, whether or not he previously has passed the test of competency is determined, and whether or not the Court make an order disqualifying the person from holding or obtaining a licence to drive a motor vehicle, order that person removed the test from holding or obtaining a driving licence , in addition to a driving license, until he, since the date of the order, pass a test of competence to drive.
46 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (6) the provisions of this Act in force if an order disqualifying a person from holding or obtaining a driving licence is made shall take effect in relation to a disqualification pursuant to an order under this section subject to the following modifications:

(a) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection 27 (6) or subsection 32 (3), the person who removed the credentials (unless he omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence, other than by virtue of an order under this section) shall be entitled to and held a driving license to be given away (if the person who removed the qualification is a holder of a driving licence , by the Director that provides the driving licence) under subsection (2), and driving a motor vehicle under conditions that are subject to it driving license is given;
(b) loss of eligibility shall be deemed to have exhausted its tenure when the Director is satisfied that the person, since the order is made, has passed the test prescribed;
(c) when the person who removed the credentials returned to him a driving licence held by him, or when a licence conferred upon him, there shall be added to the particulars endorsed a statement that the person who removed the qualification, since the order is made, has passed the prescribed tests.
Provisions on the physical health of applicants for driver's license and registered holder 30. (1) in an application for the granting of a license by the applicant referred to in subsection 27 (1), the applicant shall make a declaration in the prescribed form whether or not he had any illness or physical ketidakdayaan as stated in the form or have any other physical illness or ketidakdayaan that may cause pemanduannya to be a motor vehicle that is a vehicle of a particular class or description that he allowed to drive according to the driving license to be a source of danger to the person public.
Road transport 47 (2) if the Declaration of the applicant have found that an illness or ketidakdayaan as the first, the Director may refuse to grant the license to him: provided that — (a) a driving licence limited to driving a vehicle for disable people can be given to the applicant if the Director is satisfied that he is entitled to drive the vehicle;
(b) the applicant may, except in the case of any illness and prescribed ketidakdayaan, having paid the prescribed fee, claiming that imposed a test by a registered medical practitioner about qualifications or is able to drive motor vehicles of such class or description as he may be allowed to drive according to the driver's license, and if he passes a test set that and otherwise not lost to the test , then the driving licence shall not be rejected solely by reason of the provisions of this subsection, provided, that if the test proves his entitlement to drive motor vehicles only from a specific design or construction or in certain circumstances the driver's license shall be limited to drive vehicles or to drive motor vehicles of the construction and the design or in the case of the circumstances.
(3) where the holder of a driving licence, following its production and within the period of validity of the licence,-knowing that he had a disease or ketidakdayaan as specified or if he knows that he will have an illness or physical ketidakdayaan that may cause pemanduannya to be a motor vehicle, that is, a vehicle of such class or description as he allowed to drive according to the driving license , be a source of danger to the public, then the holder shall immediately surrender the licence to the Director for cancellation memandunya.
(4) if the Director finds has reason to believe that any licensee drive afflicted with an illness or physical ketidakdayaan that may cause pemanduannya to be a motor vehicle, a vehicle of such class or description as he allowed drive 48 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 according to the driver's license, be a source of danger to the public and, after conducting any investigations it may deem necessary , The Director is satisfied that the licensee is actually suffering from a disease or ketidakdayaan as the first whether or not the licensee of such illnesses as the formerly had previously passed a test under this section, the Director may, after giving to the licensee notice of his wish to do so, cancel the driving licence and the holder of such licence shall , upon receiving such notice, surrender his driving licence to the Director for cancellation: provided that licensee may, except in the case of any disease and ketidakdayaan as prescribed, a claimant apply test about health or ketidakdayaannya drive a motor vehicle, and if he passes the test of the driving licence shall not be cancelled or, if the license has been revoked, shall be returned to the licensee and the cancellation of the license shall be deleted.
Disqualified because of offence 31. (1) any of the Court before which a person is convicted of a criminal offence related to drive a vehicle — (a) may in any case, unless otherwise expressly provided by this section, and shall if so required by this section, order that person removed the test from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a lifetime or for a period that the Court may think fit; and (b) may in any case, and shall if by virtue of a conviction, a person is lost to the test from holding or obtaining a driving licence or for an order disqualifying a person so made, or if so required by this section, order that details of the conviction and any disqualification to which the person convicted is subject shall be indorsed at any driving licence held by the offender : road transport 49 provided that, if the Court thinks fit, any disqualification imposed under this section may be restricted to drive a motor vehicle of the same class or description, such as motor vehicle with which the offence committed.
(2) a person who by virtue of an order of the Court under this part has been removed the test from holding or obtaining a driving licence may appeal against the order in the manner similar to appeal against a conviction, and the Court may, if it thinks fit, while waiting for the results of the appeal, suspend the coming into operation of the order.
Suspension of driver's license when disqualified 32. (1) where a person whose eligibility has been removed by virtue of a conviction or order is the holder of a driving licence, then the driving licence shall be suspended as long as the disqualification continues in force.
(2) a driving licence that is suspended by virtue of this section shall not be enforceable within the period of the suspension.
(3) if any person who omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence under this part apply for or obtain a driver's license while he is diminished by such qualification, or if any such person while he wiped such qualifications, driving a motor vehicle or, if the disqualified are limited to drive a motor vehicle of a particular class or description, drive a motor vehicle of the class or description , then the person is guilty of an offence and on conviction may — (a) imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year; or (b) a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars if the Court, after worrying about the special circumstances of the case, thinking that need not be imprisoned for the offence.
50 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (4) a driving licence obtained by the person who removed the first qualification as it is not in force.
(5) for the purposes of this section, the reference to a conviction or order including references about the conviction or order under this section and of any conviction or order under the provisions of any written law equivalent in the Republic of Singapore.
Application to delete disqualified 33. (1) any person who by virtue of a conviction or order under this section omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining a licence may at any time after the expiration of one year from the date of the conviction or of the order or, if an appeal is made against the conviction or order shall, from the date of the appeal decision, and from time to time (not less than three months from the date of the last application made under this section) apply to the Court before which he is convicted or who makes the order for eliminating disqualified it.
(2) when an application such as the formerly made, the Court may upon giving attention about the character of the applicant, his conduct as a result of the conviction or the order, type of offence and any other circumstances, either by deleting the disqualified from the date as stated by the Court in the order or refuse the application.
Endorsements on driving licence

34. (1) An order that the details of any convictions or of any disqualification to which the person convicted is subject indorsed at any driving licence held by the offender, whether the offender at the time was the holder of a driving licence or not, shall have effect as an order that any driving licence held by him at the time or to be found then shall be indorsed until he is entitled under this section have a driver's license issued to him that is independent of any endorsement.
Road transport 51 (2) where an order is made which require any driving licence endorsed then — (a) if the offender at the time the holder of a driver's license he shall, if so required by the Court, submit the driving licence within five days or within a longer time as determined by the Court for the purpose of endorsement; and (b) if he is not the holder of a driving licence but then get a driving licence, he shall within five days after getting a driver's license that produce it to the Court for the purpose of endorsement, and if he fails to do so he commits an offence; and if the driving license is not presented for the purpose of endorsement in the first time as then the license shall be suspended from the date of the expiration of the period until the license is given for the purpose of endorsement.
(3) when a new driver's license issued to any person then details endorsed on any previous driving licence held by him shall be copied on the new driver's license unless he previously entitled under this section to be issued a driver's license on him that is independent of endorsement.
(4) If any person who memandunya license have been commanded to be endorsed and previously shall not be entitled under this section to be issued a licence to him that is independent of endorsement; apply for or obtain a driver's license with did not give details of the order, he or she is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both they and any driver's license found were not in force.
(5) where an order has been made in respect of any person under this section requiring endorsement any driving licence held by him, the person is entitled, either when applying for the grant of a licence under this part or, subject to the payment of fees 52 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 set and surrendering any driving licence is, when applying at any time , issued a new driving licence free of endorsements — (a) If during the period continued for three years or more since the order is made, no further such order made against him, or there are any order other than an order made more than one year before the date of application and solely by reason of a conviction for offences as driving a motor vehicle with a speed in excess of the speed limit; or (b) if the order is made solely by reason of the conviction as the first and, immediately before the order is made he has become the holder of, or entitled to issued to him, a driver's license that is free from any endorsement except for details in relation to a conviction as the first, and if he has, in a continuous period for one year or more since the order is made , do not get any order requiring endorsement made thereto: provided that in continuous period menghitungkan respectively for three years and one year utter, a period within which the applicant by virtue of the order, has been diminished by qualifications from holding or obtaining a licence, shall not be included.
(6) If a court order details endorsed on the driving licence held by any person, or if, by a conviction or order of the Court, a person is diminished by qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence, the Court shall send notice of the conviction or of the order to the Director and, when the driving licence is submitted for the purpose of endorsement, the driving licence shall keep and produce it to the Director , and the Director, in the case where the details of the ordered by the Court in order to be endorsed on the driving licence, shall return the licence to that person after making the endorsement or, in the case where someone had wiped the qualifications from holding or taking driving license, keep the license until such time where the disqualification period has run out or have been deleted and the person who is entitled to license that has made a request in writing to pemulangannya him.
Road transport 53 (7) If a person is disqualified subject limited to drive a motor vehicle of a particular class or description, a Director to whom the person's driver's license is sent under subsection (6) shall immediately, upon receipt of the license, issue a new driving licence to that person and in such licence must be produced, in the prescribed manner, the class or classes of motor vehicle which the holder is allowed to drive and that the driver's license holders are not allowed to drive , and driving licence so issued shall remain in force for a period of either the original driver's license which has not been fully or for the duration of the disqualification, whichever is shorter.
(8) If on an appeal against any such order the appeal is allowed or if any conviction is reversed, the court allow the appeal or cancel the conviction shall send notice thereof to the Director that provides the license, and the Director or other officer of the Court shall, as appropriate, revoke or amend any endorsements on driving license in question.
Endorsement if driver's license contained in the card or electronic devices multi-use 34A. (1) Notwithstanding section 34, if a court order the details of any convictions or of any disqualification to which the person convicted is subject indorsed at any driving licence held by that person and the driving license contained in the card or multi-use electronic devices, the endorsement shall be deemed to have been made if the particulars are required to be endorsed on the driving license is entered into databases maintained by or on behalf of the Director-General on the driving licence granted under this Act and the holder of the driving licence.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Director may order the convicted person referred to in subsection (1) to submit, within a period specified by the Director, cards or multi-use electronic devices in which the driving licence contained to the Director, or to a road transport officer authorized in writing for 54 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 that purpose by the Director General , to be included in the data stored in the card or the device details of the previous conviction or disqualification of that person and the Director or officer authorized shall, after making the inclusion of it, immediately return the card or the device to that person.
The power of the Director General, suspend or cancel the licence of driving 35. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, the Director General shall suspend every driving licence of a person for a period not exceeding twelve months or to cancel the driver's license of a person if the person's record, which is held by the Director General, as the driver of a motor vehicle, or behavior or generally as driver, proving that it is not becoming of interest to public safety for that person holds a valid driving licence or that the person is not competent to drive a motor vehicle.
(2) for the purpose of proving that it is not becoming of interest to public safety for a person holding a driving licence or that the person is not competent to drive a motor vehicle, the Minister may make rules prescribing a system granting points against someone as guilty of an offence under this Act: provided that such rules may make provision, if the eye was given to any person , for a scheme for the points reduced by reason of good behavior and habits of such person as a driver of a motor vehicle for a certain period and to require that person to carry out any course as determined by the Director General.
(3) rules made under subsection (2) shall state the maximum points total will be given against a person before it can be proved that not be of interest to public safety for that person holds a driving licence or that the person is not competent to drive a motor vehicle.
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(4) the authority granted to the Director General by this section to suspend a person's driver's license shall be carried out at any time after the maximum number of points referred to in subsection (3), placed on the person as it deems fit by the Director General.
(4A) the authority granted to the Director General to cancel the driving licence of a person under this section shall be carried out at the time after the person's driver's license is suspended under subsection (4) for the third time in five years.
(5) (struck by A973 Act).
(6) If a person is diminished by qualifying through a court order from holding or obtaining the driving licence for such period of time as may be specified in such order, every eye given against him under rules made under subsection (2) shall be subsequently cancelled.
(7) (struck by A973 Act).
(8) for the purposes of this section, a person shall be deemed to have committed an offence under this Act if he or she pay a penalty fixed for the offence under section 119.
(9) for the purposes of this section, "driver's license" does not include driver's license testing.
The authority of the Director-General to revoke the driver's license trial 35A. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, the Director General shall revoke a person's driving licence if within twenty-four months from the date of the granting of probationary driving licence the person records, kept by the Director-General, as the driver of a motor vehicle, or behavior or generally as driver, proving that it is not becoming of interest to public safety for that person holds a valid driving licence or that the person is not competent to drive a motor vehicle.
56 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (2) for the purpose of proving that it is not becoming of interest to public safety for a person holding a driving licence or that the person is not competent to drive a motor vehicle, the Minister may make rules prescribing a system granting points against someone as guilty of an offence under this Act or any rules made thereunder : provided that such rules may make provision for requiring the person undergoing such courses as may be prescribed by the Director General.
(3) rules made under subsection (2) shall state the maximum points total will be given against a person before it can be proved that it is not becoming of interest to public safety for that person holds a driving licence or that the person is not competent to drive a motor vehicle.
(4) the authority granted to the Director General by this section to cancel the driving licence testing shall be carried out at the time someone after the number of the maximum referred to in subsection (3) on the person as it deems fit by the Director General.
(5) where a person is the driver's license of the trials were cancelled and eliminated those qualifications through an order of the Court from holding or obtaining the driving licence for such period of time as may be specified in such order, every eye given against him under rules made under subsection (2) shall be subsequently cancelled.
(6) for the purposes of this section, a person shall be deemed to have committed an offence under this Act if he or she pay a penalty fixed for the offence under section 119.
The power to suspend the driving licence 36 drug addicts. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or any other written law, the Director-General may suspend a person's driver's license for a period of not less than two years if he has reason to believe that the person's drug addicts.
Road transport 57 (2) if the Director-General has reason to believe that someone whose licences at any time has been suspended under subsection (1) remains or not stopped from becoming drug abusers at any time after the period of the suspension, then the Director-General shall be disqualifying such person to hold or obtain a driver's license.
(3) for the purposes of this section, a police officer or Recovery Officer shall, when any person suspected to be drug addicts arrested or voluntarily surrender, hold any driver's license which is owned by such person until that person certified as drug addicts.
(4) where a medical practitioner that the person recommending Government are drug addicts, police officer or an officer of such recovery shall, within two weeks after the certification, telling and surrender the driving licence to the Director General who shall immediately inform the drug addicts in writing of the intention to suspend or disqualifying it.
(4A) subsection (3) and (4) in relation to the submission of a driver's license that is detained under subsection (3) shall not apply to driving license contained in the card or multi-use electronic devices.
(5) suspension or loss of the entitlement shall become effective on the date the person becomes certified as drug addicts.
(6) where a satisfaction of the Director-General that he is no longer a drug addicts, the Director General shall delete the suspension or disqualification, as the case may be, and returning to that person any driver's license which is detained under this section.
(7) in this section, "the recovery Officer" and "drug addicts" shall have the same meaning as in the Act drug dependents (treatment and rehabilitation) 1983 [Act 283].
58 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 licensee may show cause why the license should not be suspended or cancelled 37. (1) the Director General shall, prior to suspend or cancel a driving licence of a person under section 35 or 35A, give to the person in question notice of its proposal to do so, specify a date, not less than fourteen days after the date of the notice, when suspension or cancellation may be made and call that person gives to the Director General why the driving licence should not be suspended or cancelled.
(2) when the person fails to give reasons within the period referred to in subsection (1) if the Director General decides to suspend or revoke the license of such person pursuant to section 35 or 35A, the Director-General shall immediately inform that person by written notice of suspension or cancellation.
(3) any person may, within fourteen days from the receipt of the notice referred to in subsection (2), or within the time extended as permitted by the Minister, appeal in writing to the suspension or cancellation to the Minister whose decision final.
(4) an order of suspension or revocation under section 35 or 35A, do not take effect until the expiration of fourteen days after the Director General inform the people concerned about the order.
(5) If within that period the person concerned appealed to the Minister, the order shall not take effect unless the order is confirmed by the Minister or appeal is rejected by the Minister for any reason.
Surrender and return of driving licence 38. (1) the Director General shall suspend or cancel a driving licence under section 35 or 35A, require the license surrendered to him.
(2) any person whose license has been suspended or cancelled memandunya under section 35 or 35A shall forthwith surrender such license to the Director General.
Road transport 59 (3) on the expiration of the period of suspension, a driver's license, which is surrendered to the Director General under section 35, shall be returned to the holder and points given against him, if any, shall be cancelled.
(3A) subsection (1), (2) and (3) relating to the submission of a driver's license that has been suspended shall not apply to driving license contained in the card or multi-use electronic devices.
(4) any person whose license has been suspended or cancelled memandunya under section 35 or 35A may not, during the period of the suspension or when the license is revoked, driving a motor vehicle on the road under any other driver's license issued by any authority or otherwise.
(5) any person driving a motor vehicle on the road when memandunya license suspended or revoked under section 35 or 35A commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months.
Driving and Offences associated with it restrictions on driving by young people 39. (1) No person who is under the age of sixteen years may drive a motor vehicle on the road.
(2) No person who is under the age of seventeen years can drive a motor vehicle other than a motorcycle or vehicle for disable people on the street.
(3) No person who is under the age of twenty one years can drive a heavy truck, light truck, heavy mobile machinery, machinery moving, heavy or light motorcar public service vehicles on the road:

Provided that if a tractor used alone-points as a prime mover for machinery or tools used to penggemburan land, a person over the age of eighteen years, licensed driving a motorcar, can drive the tractor on the road for the purpose of move it from a crop area to an area to another.
60 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (4) a person who is prohibited by this section by reason of age from driving a motor vehicle or a motor vehicle of any class shall be for the purposes of this part omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining any driving licence other than a licence to drive any motor vehicle, if any, that he is not prohibited from driving by this section.
(5) any person who drive, or cause or permit any person driving a motor vehicle in contravention of this section commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Exceeding the speed limit 40. (1) if any person driving a motor vehicle with more speed than any speed limit imposed for the motor vehicle under the powers conferred by this Act, he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
(2) the Court shall, unless for any special reason it thinks fit to order otherwise, ordered the details of any findings of guilt under this section have been endorsed on any driving licence held by a person convicted of it.
(3) a conviction the first time or the second time for an offence under this section shall not render a person the offender removed the qualifications from holding or obtaining the driving licence for a period longer than one month, for the first conviction, six months, or, in the case of conviction for the second time.
Resulting in death due to reckless or dangerous driving with 41. (1) any person driving a motor vehicle on the street with reckless driving or by speed or in a manner that, having taken note of all the circumstances (including type, size and condition of the road, and traffic jams expected availability or there may be on the road) road transport 61 dangerous to the public, resulting in the death of any person, commits an offence and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a term * not less than two years and not more than ten years and a fine not less than five thousand dollars and not more than twenty thousand dollars.
(2) the Court shall order the details of any conviction under this section have been endorsed on any driving licence held by a person convicted of it.
(3) a person who is convicted under this section is disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a period * * not less than three years from the date of conviction and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then is disqualified for a period of ten years from the date of conviction.
(3A) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
(4) the Court may when try someone because of an offence under this section, submit that person as an offence under section 42 or section 43.
(5) Notwithstanding anything in any law that is still in force, the Court before which a person is charged with an offence under this section shall order the immediate withdrawal of the driving licence the person and shall order the suspension of the license starting from the date the charge read out first time to that person and the suspension shall have effect — (a) until the Court makes a final decision against the charge; and (b) as if the suspension is a suspension referred to in section 32.
(5A) where the driver's license of the person referred to in subsection (5) contained in the card or electronic devices, multi-use court order under that subsection shall be * RECORDS — Formerly "not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or to both" – see Act A1065. * * RECORDS — Formerly "not less than twelve months – see Act A1065.
62 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 deemed to have been observed if the details of the order have been included in the database maintained by or on behalf of the Director-General on the driving licence granted under this Act and the holder of the driving licence.
(5B) Notwithstanding subsection (5A), the Director may direct the person referred to in subsection (5) to submit, within a period specified by the Director, cards or multi-use electronic devices in which the driving licence contained to the Director, or to a road transport officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General, to be included in the data stored in the card or the device details of orders made by the Court under subsection (5) , and the Director or officer authorized shall, after making the inclusion of it, immediately return the card or the device to that person.
Drive recklessly and endanger the 42. (1) any person driving a motor vehicle on the street with reckless driving or by speed or by the way, look to all the circumstances (including the type, condition and spacious streets and traffic congestion which has or may have on the road) is dangerous to the public, commits an offence and upon conviction shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years * and liable to a fine of not less than five thousand dollars and not more than fifteen thousand dollars and , in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years and to a fine of not less than ten thousand dollars and not more than twenty thousand dollars.
(2) the Court shall order the details of any conviction under this section have been endorsed on any driving licence held by a person convicted of it.
(3) a person who is convicted under this section is disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a period of not less than * * two years from * RECORDS — Formerly "not exceeding six thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three years or to both and, in the case of a second or subsequent conviction, to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or to both" – see Act A1065. * * RECORDS — Formerly "twelve months" – see Act A1065.
Road transport 63 date of conviction and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then is disqualified for a period of ten years from the date of conviction.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
Drive with care and unforgiving 43. (1) a person driving a motor vehicle on the road without proper kecermatan and attention or without reasonable consideration of other people who use the road commits an offence and upon conviction shall be punished with a fine * not less than four thousand dollars and not more than ten thousand dollars and can be imprisoned for a term not exceeding twelve months.
(2) the Court, (except for any special reason it thinks fit to rule otherwise), shall order that details of any conviction under this section have been endorsed on any driving licence held by a person convicted of it.
(3) Upon conviction of a second or later under this section the Court shall exercise the powers conferred by this section to order the offender to be removed the test from holding or obtaining a driving licence unless the Court, in view of the lapse of time since the date of conviction or conviction who have gone on before or for any other reason (the reason must be stated in the order) , thought fit to order otherwise, but this provision shall not be construed as affecting the right of the Court to carry out the powers concerning the conviction the first time.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
* NOTE — Formerly "may be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months" – see Act A1065.
64 the laws of Malaysia ACT 333 Drive while under the influence of drink or drugs 44 intoxicate. (1) any person who, while driving a motor vehicle on the street or other public place — (a) is under the influence of drink or drugs, that intoxicate the extent resulting in helpless to control the vehicle properly; or (b) have so much alcohol in her body until the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or water kencingnya in excess of the prescribed limit,

causing death or injury to any person guilty of an offence and, on conviction, be * punished imprisonment for a term not less than three years and not more than ten years and to a fine of not less than eight thousand dollars and not more than twenty thousand dollars.
(2) the Court shall order that details of any conviction under this section have been endorsed on any driving licence held by a person convicted of it.
(3) a person who is convicted under this section shall be disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a period * * not less than five years from the date of conviction and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then is disqualified for a period of ten years from the date of conviction.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
(5) Notwithstanding anything in any law that is still in force, the Court before which a person is charged with an offence under this section shall order the immediate withdrawal of the driving licence * RECORDS — Formerly "not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, and in the case of conviction for the second time or later, a fine not exceeding four thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both-both" – see Act A1065. * * RECORDS — Formerly "not less than twelve months" – see Act A1065.
Road transport 65 the person and shall order the suspension of the license starting from the date the charge read out first time to that person and the suspension shall have effect — (a) until the Court makes a final decision against the charge; and (b) as if the suspension is a suspension referred to in section 32.
(5A) where the driver's license of the person referred to in subsection (5) is included in the card or electronic devices, multi-use court order under that subsection shall be deemed to have been observed if the details of the order have been included in the database maintained by or on behalf of the Director-General on the driving licence granted under this Act and the holder of the driving licence.
(5B) Notwithstanding subsection (5A), the Director may direct the person referred to in subsection (5) to submit, within a period specified by the Director, cards or multi-use electronic devices in which the driving licence contained to the Director, or to a road transport officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General, to be included in the data stored in the card or the device details of orders made by the Court under subsection (5) , and the Director or officer authorized shall, after making the inclusion of it, immediately return the card or the device to that person.
Circumstances keep motor vehicles while under the influence of drink or drugs 45 intoxicate. (1) any person who, when taking care of a motor vehicle on the street or in other public places, but don't drive the vehicle, not eligible to drive because he was under the influence of drink or drugs to intoxicate the extent so helpless and keep a motor vehicle properly, commits an offence and shall on conviction sentenced to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars and * can also imprisoned * RECORDS — Formerly "can on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month, and in the case of a conviction a second time or later, to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both "– see Act A1065.
66 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 not exceeding three months and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not less than two thousand dollars and not more than six thousand dollars and can be imprisoned for a term not exceeding twelve months: provided that a person shall be deemed for the purposes of this section as not taking care of a motor vehicle if he proves — (a) that at the time the material in such a way that the thing in the circumstances there is no possibility for him to drive the vehicle as long as he is still not eligible to drive so; and (b) that between the time she was not eligible to drive and time the material he was not driving the vehicle on the street or other public place.
(2) Upon conviction of a second or later for an offence under this section, the offender shall, unless for special reason, the Court thought fit to order otherwise and without prejudice to the powers of the Court to order disqualification period is longer, eliminated those qualifications for a period of twelve months from the date of such conviction from holding or obtaining a driving licence.
(3) If a person convicted of an offence under this section has been previously convicted of an offence under section 44, he shall, for the purposes of this section counts as previously has been convicted under this section.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
Drive or take care of a motor vehicle with alcohol concentration exceeding the prescribed limit 45A. (1) any person who, when driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle or when taking care of a motor vehicle on a road or other public place, has so much alcohol in her body until the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or water kencingnya in excess of the prescribed limit, commits an offence and upon conviction shall be punished road transport * 67 to a fine of not less than one thousand dollars and not more than six thousand dollars and can be imprisoned for a term not exceeding two 12 months and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not less than two thousand dollars and not more than ten thousand dollars and can be imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.
(2) it shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence under subsection (1) to prove that at the material time the circumstances of such a way that there is no possibility of him driving the vehicle while the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or water kencingnya still may exceed the limits set.
(3) on conviction for a second time or time then for an offence under this section, the offender shall, unless the Court for special reasons to think should be ruled otherwise and without prejudice to the powers of the Court to order disqualification period longer, removed the qualifications for a period of not less than twelve months from the date of such conviction from holding or obtaining the driving licence.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
Test breath 45B. (1) If a police officer uniform has reasonable cause to suspect that — (a) that a person has committed an offence under section 44 or 45 involving a drink or intoxicate under section 45A; or (b) that a person be a driver or try to drive or take care of a motor vehicle in an accident involving one vehicle or more in any public road or other public place, * RECORDS — Formerly "may be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both from the conviction in the case of a second or later time, a fine not exceeding four thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both" – see Act A1065.
68 the laws of Malaysia ACT 333 then he may, subject to section 45D, require that person so as to hold a specimen of breath for a breath test.
(2) a person may be required under subsection (1) so that the holding of specimens either in place or close to the place where the will is made or, if the will is made under paragraph (1) (b) and police officer making the requirements should, in thought police station specified by the officer.
(3) the breath Tests required under subsection (1) shall be made by the police officer requires the test is made or any other police officer.
(4) any person who, without reasonable excuse, failed to hold a breath specimen when required to do so in accordance with this section commits an offence and upon conviction shall be punished with a fine * not less than one thousand dollars and not more than six thousand dollars and can be imprisoned for a term not exceeding twelve months and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not less than two thousand dollars and not more than ten thousand dollars and can be imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.

(4A) on conviction for a second time or time then for an offence under this section, the offender shall, unless the Court for special reasons to think should be ordered otherwise and without prejudice to the powers of the Court to order disqualification period longer, removed the qualifications for a period of not less than twelve months from the date of such conviction from holding or obtaining a driving licence.
(4B) Notwithstanding subsection (4) and (4A), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
* NOTE — Formerly "may be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not exceeding four thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both" – see Act A1065.
Road transport 69 (5) a police officer in uniform may arrest without warrant a person if — (a) caused by a breath test he has reasonable cause to suspect that the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or urine that person exceeds the prescribed limit; or (b) that person fails to hold a specimen of breath for a breath test when required to do so in accordance with this section and the police officer has reasonable cause to suspect that he had alcohol in his body, but a person cannot be arrested by virtue of this subsection when he was in the hospital as a patient.
Procurement specimen for analysis of 45 c. (1) in carrying out an investigation of whether a person has committed an offence under section 44 or 45 involving a drink or intoxicate under section 45A, a police officer may, subject to this section and section 45D, requires it — (a) to convene two specimens of breath for analysis through the tools analysts prescribed breath; or (b) to hold a specimen of blood or urine for a laboratory test, although he has are required to hold a specimen of breath for breath testing under subsection 45B (1).
(2) the Requirement that the holding of specimens of breath under this section can only be made at a police station.
(3) the test breath under this section can only be done by a police officer not below the rank of sergeant or an officer in charge of a police station and can only be done at a police station.
(4) the requirements under this section so as to hold a specimen of blood or urine can only be made at the police station or at a hospital, but it cannot be made at a police station unless — (a) a police officer requires it has reasonable cause to believe that the reason 70 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 medical a specimen of breath cannot or should not be required;
(b) at the time the will is made, the tools analysts prescribed breath that no one in the police station or for any other reason is not practical to use analysts breath, and can be made even if the person is required to hold a specimen is held or has been required to hold two specimens of breath.
(5) where a specimen of breath specimens other than required, police officer requires it shall, subject to medical advice, determine whether they are blood or urine specimens.
(6) any person who, without reasonable excuse, failed to hold a specimen when required to do so in accordance with this section is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be punished with a fine * not less than one thousand dollars and not more than six thousand dollars and can be imprisoned for a term not exceeding twelve months and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not less than two thousand dollars and not more than ten thousand dollars and can be imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.
(6A) on conviction for a second time or time then for an offence at awah this section, the offender shall, unless the Court for special reasons to think should be ordered otherwise and without prejudice to the powers of the Court to order disqualification period longer, removed the qualifications for a period of not less than twelve months from the date of such conviction from holding or obtaining the driving licence.
(6B) Notwithstanding subsection (6) and (6A), if a person who holds a driver's license trial conviction under this section, the Court shall thereupon cancel the memandunya license.
* NOTE — Formerly "may be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not exceeding four thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both" – see Act A1065.
Road transport hospital patients Protection 45D 71. (1) a person who is in a hospital as a patient shall not be required in order to hold a specimen for testing breath or hold a specimen of blood or urine for a laboratory test unless the registered medical practitioner who is responsible directly for the case allow it and the specimens required to be held in the hospital.
(2) a registered medical practitioner referred to in subsection (1) may not allow specimens retrieved if it will harm the care and proper treatment of the patient is.
Detention 45E. (1) a person required to hold a specimen of breath, blood or urine can subsequently detained in a police station until turned out to a police officer that if the person is driving or attempting to drive a motor vehicle on the road at that time he will not be guilty of an offence under section 44 or 45 involving a drink or intoxicate under section 45A, but the period of detention shall not exceed twenty-four hours.
(2) a person shall not be detained in accordance with this section if it appears to a police officer that by reason of their condition is not possible he can drive or attempt to drive motor vehicles.
Evidence in proceedings for an offence under section 44 or 45 involving drink intoxicate and section 45A 45F. (1) in proceedings for an offence under section 44 or 45 involving drink intoxicate or proceedings for an offence under section 45A, evidence of the rate of alcohol in a specimen of breath, blood or urine which was held by the accused shall be taken into account and shall be assumed that the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or urine of the accused at the time of the alleged offence is not less than that in the specimens; but the assumptions cannot be made if the accused proves — (a) that he take alcohol after he stopped driving, attempting to drive or in charge of a motor vehicle on the street or other public place and before he hold the specimen; and 72 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (b) that if he fails to do so, the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or water kencingnya shall not exceed the prescribed limit and, if the proceedings was for an offence under section 44 or 45 involving drinking alcohol that intoxicate, rates not so much up to make it not force to control the vehicle properly.
(2) evidence of the rate of alcohol in a specimen of breath, blood or urine may, subject to subsection (4) and (5), given by submitting a document or documents purporting to be either — (a) a statement issued automatically by a tool analysts breath set and a certificate signed by a police officer (who may but need not be contained in the same document with that statement) that the statement relating to a specimen held by the accused at the date and time indicated in the statement; or (b) a certificate signed by a medical practitioner or Government Government Chemist about the rate of alcohol in the blood or urine specimens identified in the certificate.
(3) a specimen of blood shall not be taken into account unless the blood specimens were taken from the accused by a Government medical officer; and evidence that a blood specimen taken such can be given by submitting a document purporting to certify the facts and signed by a Government medical officer.
(4) a document purporting to be such certificate or statement, or both, as is mentioned in subsection (2) is admissible in evidence for the prosecution pursuant to this section only if a copy of it either was submitted to the accused when the document is submitted or communicated to him not later than seven days before the hearing, and any other such documents can be accepted only if a copy was presented to the accused not later than seven days before the hearing; but a document purporting to be a certificate (or that much of a document purporting to be a certificate) shall not be admissible if the accused so desires, not road transport 73

later than three days before the hearing or within such further time as may be allowed by the Court in special circumstances, has delivered a notice to the prosecution requires the person by whom it purports to be signed in order to be present at the hearing that.
(5) If, at the time a specimen of blood or urine is required to be held by the accused, he was calling for the specimens given, evidence of alcohol rate in the specimen shall not be accepted for prosecution unless — (a) the specimen in which alcohol is available is one of the two parts of the specimens held by the accused which is split at the time it is held; and (b) the other part is given to the accused.
(6) a copy of the certificate required by this section in order to be communicated to the accused or notice required by this section so that the prosecution may be delivered personally or sent by registered post.
Interpretation of section 44 and 45B to 45F 45 c. (1) for the purposes of section 44 and 45B to 45F — "police station" includes any place or transportation permitted or prescribed by the Chief of police to be used as a police station;
"failed" includes refuse;
"limits" means — (a) 35 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitre breath; (b) 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 milliliter of blood; or (c) 107 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitre of urine;
"breath test" includes an initial test for the purpose of obtaining, by using the tool specified breath analyst, mark whether the rate of alcohol in the breath, blood or urine of a person equal to or exceeding the prescribed limit.
74 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (2) a person does not hold a specimen of breath for breath test or for analysis unless the specimen to allow testing or analysis is conducted and held in a way that allows for testing purposes or analysis is achieved satisfactorily.
(3) (Cut by the Act A1065).
Drive while suffering from illness or ketidakdayaan 46. If any person driving a motor vehicle while he know himself afflicted with a disease or ketidakdayaan calculated will result in pemanduannya of the motor vehicle will be a source of danger to the public, he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
Horse on a injak-injak and prevent driver 47. If any person driving or in charge of a motor vehicle causing or permitting any person carried on injak-injak or other than the vehicle itself, or cause or permit any person standing or sitting, or any thing placed or carried, in a motor vehicle in such a way or in such a condition until the interrupt driver from controlling the vehicle, or to cause danger to other persons using the road She shall be guilty of an offence.
Obstruction due to a vehicle on the road 48. If any driver of a motor vehicle causing or permitting the motor vehicle is stopped on any road in such a position or of any State or of any other circumstances that may cause danger, obstruction or inconvenience is not affordable to other road users or to the traffic, he commits an offence.
Road transport 75 Riding behind driver 49. (1) it is unlawful to carry more than one person other than the driver on any two-wheel motorcycles and also unlawful for a person is carried in a manner other than sitting horse the motorcycle behind the driver on a seat designed perfectly and securely installed on the motorcycle.
(2) if any person using a motorcycle in contravention of this section, then he and any person carrying the same on the motorcycle commits an offence.
Harassment and unlawful insistence 50. (1) if any person, except with the authority of a valid or reasonable cause, subject or continue to rely on, or get into a motor vehicle while the vehicle is moving in any way, for the purposes of pulled or carried, he commits an offence.
(2) If, when a motor vehicle is on the street or in the parking lot, any person, except with the authority of a valid or reasonable cause, climbing or moving of the motor vehicle, or release or tamper with any brake or other parts of the mekanismenya, he commits an offence.
(3) if any person except by the authority of a valid, be above any street or in any car park for the purpose of pressing any other person in respect of the care or washing a motor vehicle, or for the purpose of directing any driver of a motor vehicle with respect to park your car on the road or in that place, he commits an offence.
Taking a motor vehicle without the consent of the registered owner 51. (1) any person who takes and brings go a motor vehicle without the consent of either the owner or other lawful authority commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both: provided that no person shall be convicted under this section if he satisfy the Court whether he acted on the belief that he or she reasonably 76 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 have legitimate authority or that the owner according to the circumstances of those positions will give the permissions if he so requested.
(2) If, upon the release of any person because of stealing a motor vehicle, the Court is of the opinion that the accused did not commit the offence but was guilty of an offence under this section, the Court may submit the accused under this section.
Obligation to stop in the event of accidents 52. (1) if in any case, due to the availability of a motor vehicle on a road, an accident occurred, the driver of the motor vehicle shall stop and, if required to do so by any person having reasonable grounds for requiring such, provide your name and address as well as the name and address of the owner and the registration number of the motor vehicle.
(2) in the case of an accident as the first driver of the motor vehicle and, if there is more than one motor vehicle, the driver of each motor vehicle, shall report the accident to the nearest police station once as soon as reasonably practicable and in any case within twenty-four hours after the occurrence of the incident, and shall submit to the officer in charge of the police station and memandunya license , if so required, the certificate of insurance issued under section 90 of this Act.
(3) in the case of an accident as the first driver of any motor vehicle shall give such assistance as may be reasonably required by any police officer or traffic warden or, in the absence of a police officer or traffic warden, any assistance that is reasonably available in the power of the driver to give him.
(4) If a police officer or traffic warden has reasonable cause to believe that a person — (a) is the driver of a motor vehicle at the time of the accident happened due to the availability of the motor vehicle on a road;
Road transport 77 (b) has committed an offence in connection with the use of a motor vehicle on a road; or (c) accompany the holder provisional driving license granted under this act upon the holder to drive a motor vehicle and that an accident occurs which causes damage or injury to any person, property or animals due to the availability of the motor vehicle on a road, police officer or traffic warden that may require such person to produce for inspection license memandunya and , a certificate of insurance in relation to the user of the vehicle at the time.
(5) If any person fails to comply with this section, he commits an offence: provided that a person could not be convicted for an offence against subsection (2) or (4) merely by reason of the failure to submit the license memandunya or certificate of insurance if within five days after the accident or requirement under subsection (4), he submitted the licence or certificate on its own at any Police Office or the nearest police station in Malaysia as stated by him at the time of the accident reported or at the time of the requirements under subsection (4) is made.
The authority ordered the presence in Court of 53. (1) If a police officer or traffic warden, road transport officer has reasonable grounds to believe that any person guilty of an offence against this Act, he may, in lieu of making an application to the Court to get a summons, forthwith deliver to that person a notice in the prescribed form that the person ordered to appear before a magistrate's Court near having jurisdiction tried the offence at the time and date specified in the notice.

(2) if any person who delivered a notice as provided by subsection (1) fails to appear on its own or through the lawyer, then, unless it is found is not possible reasonably for such person to attend such a court may, if satisfied that the notice 78 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 was presented, issue a warrant for the arrest of that person except in the case of an offence can be is compounded , the person has been granted mengkompaunkan the offence within the time stated in such notice.
Application to the riders will pedal sikal provisions relating to certain driving offence 54. (1) subsection 42 (1), 43 (1), 44 (1), (1) 45A, 45B 45B (4), (5) and 45 c (6) by leaving a reference about trying to drive shall, subject to this section, apply to a person riding a bicycle and a motor vehicle trisikal instead, as that subsection applies to drivers of motor vehicles, and a reference in the provisions of the motor vehicle, the driver and the drive shall be construed accordingly.
(2) the maximum Penalty that can be imposed upon a conviction by virtue of this section as follows: (a) in the case of a conviction under sections 42, 44, 45A, 45B or 45 c, a fine of three hundred dollars or, if the conviction of a second or later conviction, to a fine of one thousand dollars or imprisonment for a period of three months;
(b) in the case of a conviction under section 43, a fine of three hundred dollars or, if the conviction of a second or later conviction, to a fine of one thousand dollars.
(3) in determining whether a conviction under section 42, 43, 44 or 45A is a second conviction or conviction then — (a) if it is a conviction related to drive a motor vehicle, any previous conviction by virtue of this section shall be disregarded;
(b) if it is a conviction by virtue of this section, any previous convictions related to drive a motor vehicle shall be disregarded.
Road transport 79 Duty stop the vehicle when requested 55. Any person driving a motor vehicle on a road shall stop the motor vehicle when so required by a police officer uniform, one traffic warden uniform or a road transport officer uniform, and if he fails to do so he commits an offence.
Licensing of drivers and conductors of public service vehicles, vehicles and goods vehicles vocational license 56. (1) No person shall drive or act as a conductor public service vehicles on the street unless he has a vocational license granted under this section for the purpose, and no one registered owner of a public service vehicle or other person may employ or authorize any unlicensed person to drive or act as a conductor public service vehicle while the vehicle is being used to carry passengers to earn rentals or for wages in any way.
(2) the Director may not issue a vocational license unless he is satisfied that the applicant for the license is in the case of a licence to drive, over the age of twenty-one years and, in the case of a licence to act as a conductor, more than eighteen years, and meet other requirements as may be prescribed.
(3) a licence to drive public service vehicles can be restricted to the type or types of vehicle as may be specified in such licence.
(4) a vocational licence may at any time be suspended or revoked by the Director on the grounds that, due to behavior or physical ketidakdayaan, the holder is the person who is not fit and proper person to hold the licence.
80 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (5) where the Director refuses to grant or suspend or cancel a licence, vocational licence holders or applicants may appeal to the Director General, and on the appeal the Director General, after such inquiry as it considers necessary, shall make such order as it thinks fit, and such orders as such by them shall be binding on the Director and the appellant.
(6) if any person acts in contravention of subsection (1), he is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(7) a vocational license granted under any written law repealed by this Act and in force on the day specified shall be deemed to have been granted under this Act (8) any reference in this part to a licence granted under this section shall not be deemed to include a reference to a vocational license issued under this section.
Vocational license for goods vehicles and vehicles 57 employees. Section 56 shall apply to goods vehicles or vehicle employees specified by the Minister, as it is applicable to public service vehicles; and for that purpose a reference in that section to "public service vehicle" shall be construed as references to goods vehicles or vehicle is the employee and not also taken into consideration the word "to carry passengers with rental or wages" in subsection (1) of that section.
Various Obligations to submit driving licence and insurance certificate 58. (1) any person in charge of a motor vehicle on the road shall, when so required by any police officer, traffic warden or officer transport road transport road 81, making recommendations of insurance issued for the vehicle under section 90: provided that no person shall be convicted of an offence against this section solely because he did not submit the certificate of insurance if , within five days after so required, she making recommendations the insurance at the police station as specified by him at the time the insurance is required.
(2) any person in charge of a motor vehicle on the road shall, when required by any police officer, traffic wardens or road transport officer submit license memandunya for inspection by the officer: provided that no person shall be convicted of an offence against this section due to failure to submit the license memandunya contained in the card or multi-use electronic devices because of the card or the device be kept by any person authorized to save it under any written law.
(3) if any person fails to comply with this section, he commits an offence.
Power test and prohibits the use of 59 vehicles. (1) any road transport officer who is authorized by the Director General in writing in that behalf may enter and inspect any motor vehicle used and for that purpose may require any motor vehicle is terminated, and can withstand any motor vehicle during the period required for the purposes of the examination, and may require the driver of the motor vehicle so as to drive the vehicle to somewhere else for the purpose of such inspections and may conduct or cause to be carried out at the expense of the owner all test and inspection, as it sees fit or necessary to ensure that the requirements concerning the construction, equipment and use of prescribed by this Act have been complied with in respect of the motor vehicle: provided that no motor vehicle may be detained under this section for a period of more than forty-eight hours or such longer period as may be authorized in writing by the Director General in a particular case.
82 the laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (2) where, upon the examination, road transport officer is of the opinion that, by reason of any defect therein which is disability determined by rules as serious defects, the motor vehicle is not eligible or may become unfit for use, or that its use is dangerous or possibly dangerous unless the defect is repaired, he may prohibit the use of the motor vehicle : provided that if in the opinion of the road transport officer, the defect can be repaired in a period not exceeding ten days rather than defect involving immediate risk to people who use the motor vehicle or to people who use the road, so the ban cannot come into effect before the end of that period.
(3) If, under subsection (2), the road transport officer prohibits use of the motor vehicle as the first, he shall forthwith give written notice of the ban to the registered owner of the motor vehicle, the person in charge of the motor vehicle and to the Director for registration where the motor vehicle is registered.
(4) in the case of a prohibition on grounds of defects as specified in the proviso to subsection (2), notice to be given under subsection (3) shall specify the period within which the defect can be repaired at the officer's opinion.

(5) an order of prohibition made under subsection (2) has been in force can be deleted by any road transport officer authorized by the Director General in writing for that purpose if he is satisfied that the motor vehicle will be entitled to use and for this purpose he may require that an inspection is carried out.
(6) If an officer withdraw or delete something forbidden, he shall give notice of the revocation or the thing the deletion to the registered owner of the motor vehicle and to the Director for registration where the motor vehicle is registered.
Road transport 83 (7) If an order of prohibition made under subsection (2) has effect, any officer who made the order may result in separated and removed from the motor vehicle is meant by the prohibition order, the registration number plate and any other identification plate or any licence issued under this Act, and save it. When the ban revoked or deleted plate and the license must be returned to the licensee or the person in charge of the vehicle.
(8) any person aggrieved by the refusal of any road transport officer to withdraw or delete an order of prohibition made under subsection (2), may appeal to the Director General, who shall consider the appeal and, if so required, to hear the appeal relating to the appeal, or, at the discretion of the Director General, of any other persons authorized by the appeal to attend. The Director General may make such order as it thinks fit on the appeal.
(9) If any person contravenes or fails to comply with subsection (1), or use or allow the use of a motor vehicle at any time while an order of prohibition under subsection (2) in force relating to the motor vehicle, he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both of each , and for the second or later conviction of a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
The power of holding vehicles for inspection 60. (1) where any police officer uniforms have reason to believe that the provisions concerning the construction, equipment and use of prescribed by this Act has not been complied with in respect of any motor vehicle, he may require the vehicle is terminated and the vehicle driver may require memandunya to somewhere else, and the vehicle may, if necessary, be detained by any police officer not below the rank of Sergeant or any police officer in charge of a police station for 84 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 purpose inspection by a police officer or by a road transport officer or a person who is licensed to carry out inspections under this Act for the purpose of ensuring that the provision have been complied with: provided that no motor vehicle may be detained under this section for a period of more than forty-eight hours.
(2) where, upon the examination, a road transport officer is of the opinion that, by reason of any defect therein, that the defect is determined by rules as serious defects, the motor vehicle is not eligible or may become unfit for use, or that its use is dangerous or possibly dangerous unless the defect is repaired, he may prohibit the use of the motor vehicle: provided that if in the opinion of the road transport officer the defect can be repaired, in any period not exceeding ten days rather than defect involving immediate risk to people who use the motor vehicle or to people who use roads, the ban cannot come into effect before the end of that period.
(3) Subsection 59 (3) to (9) shall apply to this section in case an order of prohibition has been issued under subsection (2).
The authority ordered the production of motor vehicles and license 61. (1) a Chief Police officer or a road transport officer duly authorised for that purpose by the Director General, may by notice in writing, require the registered owner of a motor vehicle to the registered owner's expense checks, at a suitable time and place as may be specified in the notice, of the motor vehicle and license and certificate of registration related to it, and the registered owner of the vehicle shall submit , a license and certificate of registration in accordance with the terms of such notice.
Road transport 85 (2) the notice may be served on the registered owner or servants or agents or may be sent by registered post to the address contained in the register of motor vehicles maintained under this section.
(3) where any registered owner required under this section to submit any motor vehicle or license or certificate of registration fails to do so, he commits an offence, unless he proves that, by reason of the damage to the machinery or any other reason enough, motor vehicle or license or certificate of registration could not be submitted.
The power to enter and search premises 62. (1) any police officer not below the rank of Sergeant or any officer in charge of a police station may, for the purpose of checking the motor vehicle, at any time enter any place where he suspected there is a motor vehicle are stored in respect of which he has reason to believe that an offence against this Act has been committed.
(2) any police officer not below the rank of Sergeant or any officer in charge of a police station may, in carrying out an investigation on any accident or incident resulting in death or severe injury to any person, related to it a motor vehicle suspected of involved, enter any place to search and inspect the motor vehicle.
(3) in this section, "wounded" shall have the same meaning as given to them in section 320 of the Penal Code.
Weighing vehicles 63. (1) there was valid in law for any police officer authorized in writing in that behalf by a senior police officer or the Commissioner of police, any warden traffic authorized in writing in that behalf by Dato Bandar, Putrajaya Corporation, any road transport officer authorized in writing for 86 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 that purpose by the Director General , any officer of the Department of public works authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director-General of public works or Director of public works of the State, or any officer of the Malaysian highway authority duly authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority, require the person in charge of any motor vehicle to allow the motor vehicle weighed by the officer or any other person authorised to carry out weighing , either with or without a load, the load and the weight transferred the cause by any part of the motor vehicle who is contact with the road to be tested and, for that purpose, shall immediately bring the vehicle to the machine scales, and if any person in charge of any motor vehicle or carelessly refused to comply with any requirement, or transfer muatannya or any part thereof before the motor vehicle weighed , he is guilty of an offence.
(2) if so required by the person in charge of the motor vehicle, the officer or person authorised as aforesaid shall, when the vehicle is completed then weighed, issue to that person a duplicate or a copy of the certificate of weight with respect to weighing it: provided that it is not legally binding laws for any officer or the person require the person in charge of the motor vehicle lose the load of the motor vehicle for the purpose of adoption without load.
Power seize 64 motor vehicles. (1) when any person is found or reasonably believed to be using a motor vehicle in contravention of this Act or any order or prohibition made thereunder, or in contravention of the license terms for the motor vehicle, any police officer or road transport officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General, or Dato Bandar may, at any time it was found that of the motor vehicle or the driver could not adequately identified or that such action is necessary to avoid the occurrence of another such offence, bring or cause to be brought, or require the person in charge of a motor vehicle to bring the motor vehicle to a safe place, and kept there until released road transport 87 by order of the Magistrate, the Chief Police officer, Director or Dato Bandar, provided and subject to subsection (3), the motor vehicle may not be detained longer than necessary to ensure the identity of the driver or to guarantee not happening again the offence , and if any person refuses or negligence to comply with any requirement, he commits an offence.

(2) any person not authorized that move or are moving causing the motor vehicle from the place shall be guilty of an offence.
(3) any vehicle which has been removed pursuant to subsection (1), may be detained in a place of appropriate and left already there the owner until such fees as may be prescribed under this Act for removal and as paid.
(4) when any motor vehicle detained under this section, the officer holding the vehicle shall, as soon as reasonable, give notice in writing of such as to the owner of the motor vehicle if the owner's name and address are known by him, and if the motor vehicle is not claimed by the owner within three months from the date the vehicle is detained, the officer can , after giving one month's notice in the Gazette about his intention to be doing so, selling by way of public auction or otherwise dispose of the motor vehicle as well as muatannya (if any); provided that no such notice to be given in the case of any type of load easily destroyed. The results, if any, of the sale or the disposal shall apply to pay any license fees due in respect of the motor vehicle and any charges incurred in carrying out this section, and shall if any lebihnya paid to the owner of the motor vehicle or, if not claimed by that person within twelve months after the date of the sale or disposal of the , shall be forfeited at the Federal Government or Dato Bandar, as the case may be.
Transfer of damaged vehicle and left 65. (1) a police officer, Dato Bandar, Putrajaya Corporation or the Chief Director Malaysia highway authority or concession company duly authorised in writing by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority may require 88 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 the owner, driver or other person in control or care of any motor vehicle which has, as a result of an accident or for any other reason, is damaged or has been allowed to stop on a road in such a position or any condition that may cause obstruction , harm or distress to other people who use the road, so that move or cause moved the motor vehicle from the road to any other road or any position or place as may be specified.
(2) any person who fails to comply with when required to move a motor vehicle under this section shall be guilty of an offence.
(3) where any vehicle has, as a result of an accident or for any other reason, is damaged or has been allowed to stop on a road in such a position or any condition that may cause obstruction, harm or distress to other people who use the road, a police officer, Dato Bandar, Putrajaya Corporation or the Chief Director Malaysia highway authority or concession company duly authorised in writing by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority may cause the motor vehicle is moved to a an ideal place and left there the owner and can hold up to such fees as may be prescribed under this Act for removal and as paid.
(4) the fees under subsection (3) shall be paid to — (a) the police officer, if that causes the motor vehicle you are moving is a police officer; (b) Dato Bandar, if that causes the motor vehicle you are moving is a traffic warden or any officer in Kuala Lumpur City service authorized in writing by Dato Bandar;
(c) the Perbadanan Putrajaya if the cause of the motor vehicles moved is a traffic warden or any officer in the service of the Perbadanan Putrajaya;
(d) the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority, if that causes the motor vehicle you are moving is a Malaysian highway authority officer authorized in writing by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority; or road transport 89 (e) the concessionaire, if that causes the motor vehicle you are moving is a concession company officer authorized in writing by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority.
(5) a police officer, Dato Bandar, Director General of the Malaysian highway authority, Putrajaya Corporation or any other person acting under his direction, as the case may be, shall not be liable for any liability for any loss or damage caused to any motor vehicle or fixtures or its content while it is moved or when they were detained, unless the damage is caused by negligence or bersengaja.
(6) when any motor vehicle detained under this section, the officer shall detain the motor vehicle as soon as reasonable notice in writing of the detention to the owner of the motor vehicle if the name and address of the owner, and he knows if the motor vehicle is not claimed by the owner within three months from the date as the Avenue, the officer may, after giving one month's notice in the Gazette about his intention to be able to do so , dispose by way of public auction or otherwise dispose of the motor vehicle and muatannya (if any); provided that no such notice to be given in the case of any load type easily destroyed. The results, if any, of the sale or the disposal shall apply to the payment of any fee imposed under this Act and lebihnya, if any, shall be paid to the owner of the motor vehicle or, if not claimed by that person within twelve months after the date of the sale or the disposal, shall be forfeited at the Federal Government, Dato Bandar, or the Perbadanan Putrajaya, or Chief Director Malaysia highway authority, as the case may be.
(7) without prejudice to the Minister's power under paragraph 66 (1) (f), Dato Bandar, or the Perbadanan Putrajaya, or Chief Director Malaysia highway authority, may, after consultation with the Minister, through the rules impose fees for moving any vehicle from any road within the Federal territory of Kuala Lumpur or Putrajaya Corporation and for Spaces as according to this section.
90 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (8) for the purposes of this section, "concessionaire" means any company authorized to claim, collect toll and get paid under an order made under section 2 of the federal roads Act (private management) Act 1984 [Act 306].
Rules 66. (1) the Minister may make rules for any purpose where the rules may be made under this part and for fixing any that may be prescribed under this part and generally about the construction, maintenance, use, age and equipment motor vehicles and conditions according to the motor vehicle can be used, and others for the purpose of enforcing this part and, in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing , may make rules — (a) for regulating the width, height, site wheels, length, projection and heavy axles of motor vehicles and the load carried by him; diameter of the wheel and its width; the type and condition of tires; and to prohibit the use of any wheels, tracks or tires that may cause damage to the roads;
(b) to control, relating to the use of motor vehicles, emission, oily things, ashes, water, steam, steam visible, dangerous fumes, Fireworks, live coals die, gas or grit;
(c) to prohibit excessive noise caused by the design or condition of the motor vehicles or caused by the use or muatannya;
(d) for regulating the maximum weight without load for tractor weight and motorcar weight, and maximum laden weight of the vehicle-motor vehicle and the maximum weight transferred the cause or any certain way or any specific area of a road by a motor vehicle of any class or type, or by any part of the vehicle that is in contact with the road, and the conditions according to vehicle weight may be required to be tested;
Road transport 91 (e) for prescribing the particulars to be marked on motor vehicles;
(f) for regulating the delay or withdrawal of motor vehicle by towing truck or other motor vehicles and how to install them and for regulating and controlling the operation of the tow truck;
(g) to determine the number and type of brake spring and to be completed in motor vehicles, and to ensure that the spring, brakes, penyenyap and gearbox steering is efficient and maintained in a State able to function properly;
(h) for regulating the appliance to be installed to provide a signal about the arrival of motor vehicles or to allow the driver aware of the other vehicles coming from the rear, or to show any change in speed or direction of the motor vehicles, to regulate or prohibit the use of any appliance, and to ensure that the vehicle is efficient and taken care of in a State able to function properly;
(i) to prohibit, in relation to the use of motor vehicles, the use of any appliance, apparatus or machinery, or conduct any act which is likely to cause annoyance or danger;

(j) to regulate the lamp required to be carried by motor vehicles either about the type of the lamp, the lamp position where you want to install, and the wrong time when the lamp is turned on, or otherwise;
(k) to regulate the number of trailers that can be installed throughout the village at any motor vehicle, means the installation, how the trailer can be controlled and maximum weight;
(l) to set the number of people employed for driving or taking care of motor vehicles, and for regulating the duties and conduct of such person;
(m) for limiting the time worked for drivers of goods vehicles and public service vehicles and to set the conditions of service of the driver;
92 the laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (n) to set the maximum speed limit for the motor vehicles of any class or type and to provide for exceptions in the case of special;
(o) to regulate the registration and licensing of motor vehicles, to set the registration areas and to assign a signature for each region, for fix application form and declaration for, and content of, motor vehicle licence and motor trade licences, to fix fees for him and the way they are, and for the holding of special facilities for the licensing of motor vehicles brought into Malaysia;
(d) to make provision in respect of the granting of the registration details and fees to be paid for the details;
(q) for making provision with respect to surrender licenses to be valid in a way other than keluputan times;
(r) for making provision with respect to the issuance of a certificate of registration for registration of any motor vehicle to surrender, transfer of title, the production and inspection of any such certificate of registration issued by the set, and for the issuance of a new certificate of registration and motor vehicle licenses replaces any certificate of registration or license is lost, mutilated or destroyed, and for fees to be paid when the certificate or licence is issued;
(s) to set the size, shape and character registration number and you want to talk about on any of the motor vehicle and the manner in which registration number or a sign that you want to install, we talk, disuar and dicamkan, makes it easy whether at night or during the day, and to make provisions in respect of different registration number or other indication to be brought by a public service vehicle or goods vehicle , or by public service vehicles or goods vehicles licensed for a particular purpose;
Road transport 93 (t) to require any person to any motor vehicle is sold or disposed of giving the particulars specified in the prescribed manner;
(u) for setting the application form and details to be included in the application for a trade mark licence and motor identification to be carried by any motor vehicle which is used under the license and to determine the purposes of the motor trade licence holders can use a motor vehicle under the license;
(v) for extending any provision regarding the registration, and the provision of incidental to any such provision, any motor vehicle in respect of which the fee under this Act is not payable (including vehicle-motor vehicles owned by the Government), and to make provision in respect of the introduction of any of the motor vehicle;
(w) to require the Director to make the statement prescribed in respect of motor vehicles registered with them, and to enable any particulars contained in the register can be used by people who are prescribed;
(x) to exclude with or without conditions of any person or group of persons or any motor vehicle or motor vehicle type of effect all or any of the provisions of this part or of the fees payable hereunder, or to reduce the fee;
(y) for regulating the granting of driving licences, to set the form of the application for the licences and the form and content of such licences, for setting the conditions to be imposed against him, for set fees therefor and payment thereof;
(z) in respect of — (i) the type of test of competence to drive;
(ii) evidence of the test results; (iii) disease and ketidakdayaan with which an applicant's license shall not be entitled to claim that applies the test of eligibility and its ability to drive;
94 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (iv) fees for the tests and the way they are;
(aa) to require a person to submit himself for a test of competence to drive provides a motor vehicle for the purpose of the test;
(bb) to ensure that people who submit himself for a test of competence to drive and who do not pass the test is not able to submit himself for a test before the expiry of a period as may be prescribed, except under an order made by the Court in accordance with the powers conferred by subsection 29 (5);
(cc) for the holding of the special facilities of granting driving licenses to people who do not reside regularly in Malaysia or in the Republic of Singapore and to waive the requirements of section 29 in the case of any such person;
(dd) to provide that the Director in respect of each other, and with the Director or person carrying out similar functions in the Republic of Singapore concerning the particulars of driving licences; to provide that at any time, details of any person whose eligibility has been removed from holding or obtaining a licence or whose licences suspended or endorsed can be obtained for the use of police, to prevent a person hold more than one driving licence, to facilitate the introduction of a driving licence holder, to provide about the granting of a new license to replace lost or damaged licenses and provide for payment of such fees as may be prescribed and generally associated with driving licenses;
(ee) to provide control of establishmen for teaching school or driver of a motor vehicle;
(ff) to require seatbelts installed on a class or type of motor vehicle as stated, for setting the minimum standard of quality materials and manufacturing in respect of belts and a place where road transport belt 95 helmet that you want to install, requires the use of seatbelts and to prohibit the sale or supply of the seatbelts;
(gg) without prejudice to this Act, to introduce a system where any particular offence under this Act, made (including offences can be compounded) by any person who holds such class of driving license, endorse or recorded with memandunya licence or otherwise and to provide about the suspension of that person from driving any or all classes of motor vehicles for a period thereafter;
(hh) for the charge for a transfer of a motor vehicle of any road and for the detention of the motor vehicles;
(ii) to set the number of persons who may be carried on any motor vehicle (other than commercial vehicles);
(jj) to establish a procedure relating to the tender registration number;
(kk) for regulating the use of any type of fuel used for the purpose of moving motor vehicles;
(ll) to establish a procedure relating to the weighing of motor vehicles and the type of tools scale used after consulting with the Chief Inspector, weights and measures;
(mm) to establish a procedure relating to the use and testing Analyst tools and procedures relating to the breath test blood and urine of drivers of motor vehicles and the type of tools analysts breath you want to use;
(nn) for regulating the revocation of registration of a motor vehicle that is not repaired due to accident fits terrible, old age or other reason or if the chassis number of the motor vehicle had been tampered with;
(oo) for regulating alterations and modifications to motor vehicles registered;
(pp) to specify the type of approval of any new motor vehicle models and for regulating the quality of manufacture and Assembly of motor vehicles and call back mechanism;
96 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 (qq) for regulating the exercise of any function of the Director by any person authorized to do so under this Act;
(rr) to provide for the use of wheel clamps or other equipment in respect of certain parking offences, this type of wheel clamps or other equipment to be used, the method of its use and the fee will be charged in respect of the detention of a motor vehicle arising from the use of wheel clamps;
(ss) for prescribing any substance as a drug for the meaning and purposes of this Act.
(2) (a) the Minister in setting the fees to be charged for licensing motor vehicle under paragraph (1) (o) can prescribe — (i) the different charges for different vehicle classes;
(ii) that the payment of the fee in advance in respect of motor vehicles other than buses, express buses and Charter bus can be linked with the ability of the vehicles engine; and

(iii) that the payment of the fee in advance in respect of buses, express buses and bus Charter be linked first with ability engine buses, and secondly with the ability to load the bus seats or acceptance grossed during a period specified in relation to the fares applicable to passengers of the bus.
(b) the fee prescribed under subparagraph (a) (iii) of this subsection in relation to the receipt of gross collections shall be due and payable in a specified period and shall for the purposes of paragraph 17 (1) (c) shall not be taken into account as may be prescribed.
(3) (a) for the purpose of determining the fee payable in accordance with subparagraph (2) (a) (iii), relating to the receipt of gross collections, the Director may receive records of the holder of a licence is required to be maintained and presented under the commercial vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987 as evidence enough for matters contained therein and fees payable can be assessed by the Director accordingly.
Road transport 97 (b) if later it is found that the previous records referred to in paragraph (a) of this subsection contains any information that is not true in relation to any matter affecting the whole or any part of the fee payable by the licensee in accordance with subparagraph (2) (a) (iii), then shall the law for Directors if all or any part of the fees paid to require the understated the holder shall pay the deficiency without prejudice to any other remedies for recover the fee payable.
(c) it is lawful for the Director if it is proved to his satisfaction that such fees payable in accordance with subparagraph (2) (a) (iii) is paid, to reimburse the fee more paid it: provided that no any such refund may be allowed unless the claim therefor is made within two years after payment is made.
(d) without prejudice to any other remedies, any fees payable in accordance with subparagraph (2) (a) (iii) may be recovered by the Minister as a debt due to the Federal Government.
PART IIA PERIODIC MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION certificate of Inspection required for certain motor vehicles 66A. (1) No person shall use or cause or permit the use of a motor vehicle that belongs to a class or category of motor vehicles which are required to undergo periodic inspection under this section unless there is in force a certificate of inspection issued under this part in respect of the motor vehicle.
(2) any person who contravenes subsection (1) shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or both.
98 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 vehicles are required to undergo periodic inspection 66B. (1) the Minister may by rules determining the class or category of vehicles are required to undergo periodic inspection under this section for the purpose of determining that the vehicle complies with the requirements concerning the construction, equipment and use and the frequency of the examination with respect to class or certain categories of vehicles.
(2) this section shall not apply to a motor vehicle which has not been used under section 15.
Withdrawal and rejection of certificate of inspection 66C. (1) If, upon inspection, a motor vehicle is found to comply with the requirements concerning the construction, equipment and use of a motor vehicle, the person who is licensed to carry out inspections under this Act shall issue a certificate of inspection in respect of the motor vehicle indicating that the motor vehicle has passed inspection at the date of the inspection.
(2) If a certificate of inspection is rejected, the person who is licensed to carry out inspections under this Act shall state the reasons for such rejection.
(3) any person aggrieved by such rejection may appeal to the Director General, and on the appeal, the Director General shall cause a re-examination is carried out at the expense of the person aggrieved and after re-examination it can cause issued or refuse to issue a certificate of inspection.
(4) the decision of the Director-General under subsection (3) shall be final.
Display certificate of inspection 66D. (1) every certificate of inspection issued under section 66C shall be affixed and exhibited at the motor vehicle in respect of which it is issued in such manner and subject to such conditions as may be prescribed.
Road transport 99 (2) No person shall (whether in writing, drawing or by any other means) modify, disfigure, damage, or add anything to any certificate of inspection, or no person shall exhibit at any motor vehicle any certificate of inspection that have changed, dicacatkan, defaced or added as the first, or at which the figures or details were illegible or the color has changed , because the fade or otherwise, or no person shall display any similar imitation of any such certificate.
(3) any person who contravenes this section commits an offence.
Recognition of certificate of inspection of other countries 66DA. An inspection certificate issued under the provisions of the equal in any law in force in any country which is a party to a treaty to which Malaysia is a party and purporting to recognise domestic inspection certificate issued by the national pejanji shall, so long as such declaration is still in force in that country, be deemed to be the certificate of inspection granted under this section.
The only people who are licensed can check 66E. (1) No person other than a person licensed to carry out inspections under this Act may inspect a motor vehicle.
(2) any person who contravenes this section commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.
Examiner recruitment 66F. (1) a person who is licensed to carry out inspections under this Act shall employ people who have the necessary qualifications and competence as specified 100 laws of Malaysia ACT 333 in the rules as an inspector to carry out inspections and to issue a certificate of inspection.
(2) any person who contravenes this section commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
Methods 66G. The Minister may make rules for any purpose for which rules may be made under this part and for fixing any that may be prescribed under this part, and generally for the purpose of enforcing this part, and in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, may make rules with respect to any of the following matters: (a) to prescribe the types of and procedure for the inspection of motor vehicles;
(b) to specify the type of equipment and systems that will be used for the inspection, and repair, maintenance, calibration and testing of equipment or aparatus for inspection;
(c) to prescribe the form of the certificate of inspection and to regulate how it is issued;
(d) to prescribe the manner in accordance therewith motor vehicles shall be submitted for examination;
(e) to regulate the use of vehicle inspection centre and aparatus and fittings in it by a road transport officer authorized by the Director General to carry out random checks on the inspection conducted in the Center;
(f) to specify what types of signboards in Center of vehicle inspection; and (g) to prescribe the manner in accordance therewith appeal can be made by any person and the procedure thereof.
Road transport 101 PART III 67 Interpretation streets. For purposes of this part, unless the context otherwise requires — "Federal road" means a road Vic and a road that is declared to be federal roads under federal law;
"the specified federal territory road" means a road in the Federal territory, declared a federal territory road designated by the Minister charged with the responsibility for works in consultation with Dato Bandar if it is located in the Federal territory of Kuala Lumpur, or President of the municipality of any other federal territory if it is located in the Federal District the other;
"the relevant authorities" — (a) in relation to any road other than a Federal road which is located in the vicinity of any local authority, means a local authority declared for the purpose of the as a the appropriate authority by the Minister charged with the responsibility of local government after consultation with the State Government and the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works;

(b) in relation to any road, other than a prescribed Federal territory road, in the Federal territory of Kuala Lumpur means Dato Bandar, and in connection with any other way, other than a prescribed Federal territory road, which is located in any other federal territory means the President of the municipality of the Federal District;
102 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (c) in relation to any road other than a Federal road located within a State but not in any area described in paragraph (a) or (b) the means of the State Government;
(d) in relation to any road under the jurisdiction of Malaysian highway authority means the Director General of the highway authority;
(e) in respect of any road which is located in an area of Putrajaya Corporation, means the Perbadanan Putrajaya.
Highway Code 68. (1) the Minister shall prepare a code (in this Act referred to as "highway code") that contains any direction as it deems fit for the Guide person using streets and may from time to time check the code with cancel, change, alter or add to its provisions as he may deem fit.
(2) the Highway Code and any alteration proposed to be made in the provisions of the code on such penyemakannya shall, immediately available by the Minister, published in the Gazette.
(3) a failure on the part of any person to comply with any provision of the highway code does not in itself render that person held liable on any type of criminal proceedings, but in any proceedings, whether civil or criminal, any such failure can be used as a base by any party to the proceedings as to prove or deny any liability be question in the proceedings.
Speed limit 69. (1) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, designate the national speed limit for all roads in Malaysia.
(1A) any person who fails to comply with the national speed limit prescribed under subsection (1) commits an offence.
Road transport 103 (2) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (1) the Minister charged with the responsibility for works relating to a Federal road, and the relevant authorities in relation to a path other than the federal roads in the area, the authority may by order published in the Gazette prohibit the driving of motor vehicles, or any class or description specified motor vehicles with speed over the speed specified in the order , on any street or part thereof as specified in the order, and either generally or at a time or a certain time: provided that the speed limit specified in the order shall not exceed the national speed limit.
(3) so long as any order made under subsection (2) is still in force. The Director General of Works relating to a Federal road, and the relevant authorities in relation to a road other than a Federal road, in the area of the authority, shall establish and maintain in any place that can give sufficient notice of the ban to drivers of motor vehicles, any traffic signals as may be prescribed, indicating the type of the ban.
Power to block the use of vehicles on certain roads 70. (1) the Minister charged with the responsibility for works relating to a Federal road, and the appropriate authority after consultation with the Director General in relation to a path other than the federal roads in the area, the authority may by order published in the Gazette prohibit or restrict, from driving or using vehicles or any class or description of the particular vehicles-vehicles on any road or any part of the path specified in the order , in any case that is found by the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, that such vehicles cannot be used or cannot be without such restrictions applied on the road without endangering the safety of the vehicles, or men or people or other vehicles that use it, or that it is not suitable for 333Undang ACT 104 Malaysian laws used , or to be used without any restrictions, by any such vehicle, or that it is a way in which the prohibition or restriction is necessary or required to facilitate the road repaired or rebuilt.
(1A) an order made under subsection (1) may provide that type or certain categories of motor vehicles identified in such order may be exempted from compliance with the order by any person specified therein.
(2) subject to any rules made by the Minister under sections 75, or otherwise relating to the regulation of traffic, an order may be made under this section for any or all purposes the following: (a) the determination of the road direction to be followed by vehicles;
(b) the prohibition or limitation of the use of certain roads by vehicles of such class or description specified either in general or at a certain time;
(c) prohibition on driving vehicles on any certain way, other than in accordance with a certain direction: provided that — (aa) no such order shall be made under this subsection in respect of any road, which takes effect as banning any access reasonably required for vehicles of any class or description to any premises which are located on the street or adjoining the street , or access thereof obtained from it;
(bb) no such order shall be made unless such notice, in the prescribed form, on the proposed making the order published in the Gazette at least fourteen days before the date proposed making the order, and before making the order he shall consider — (i) any objections which may be made against the order made it;
Road transport 105 (ii) availability of other appropriate Street direction for traffic which will or may be affected by the order.
(3) an appropriate authority or an engineer public works Department in connection with a Federal road, when satisfied that, by reason of the condition of a road or the implementation of any work or repairs on a road, it is necessary, in order to avoid serious harm to the public, or serious damage on the street, blocking or banning of the use of temporary roads by vehicles , or by vehicles of such class or description specified, may restrict or prohibit the use of such roads by notice that we talk by him on the road: provided that — (a) restriction or prohibition shall not be in force for more than thirty days from the date of restriction or prohibition that apply: (b) as long as the restriction or prohibition was still in effect a notice stating the ban or restriction effects and describes the way other direction for traffic , shall continue to be placed in a way that is easily seen in every part of the road intended by the notice, and in the place where the traffic should be redirected from the road; and (c) the notice of restriction or prohibition shall be provided at the nearest police station, to the Chief Officer of police and to the Director General as soon as reasonably practicable and in any case within twenty-four hours after the restriction or prohibition is imposed.
(4) any person using a vehicle or cause or permit a vehicle is used in contravention of any prohibitions or restrictions made or imposed under this section commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both.
106 333Undang ACT of Malaysia power to restrict vehicles 71. (1) without prejudice to section 70, any relevant authorities approved by the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, prohibit or restrict the drive or the use of any class or description of vehicle or vehicle with a long number of passengers specified along any street or along streets in the area of the authority.
(2) the prohibition or the limit under subsection (1) may be subject to the payment of such fees and in the case of the order shall state the fees payable and the way pemungutannya.
Hold a car park and free 72 stops. (1) any authority or public body may, by order published in the Gazette to hold car park suitable for vehicles or place stop for public service vehicles or vehicles-goods vehicles according to this Act, and for that purpose may — (a) use any land which may be acquired or assigned with the legal laws for that purpose; or (b) through the order permitting the use of any part of a road as a car park or stop for public service vehicles or vehicles-goods vehicles:

Provided that — (aa) there are any such order may authorize the use of any part of a road to reasonably by not blocking access to any premises adjoining the street, or the use of the road by any person entitled to use it, or to make a nuisance;
(bb) an order under this section in relation to a Federal road, or that affect public service vehicles or vehicles-goods vehicles cannot be made without the consent of the Minister.
Road transport 107 (2) the authority or public body may take all necessary measures to adapt for use as car park or stop for public service vehicles or vehicles-goods vehicles any land that does not form part of a road that can be used easily for that purpose.
(3) an order under subsection (1) may prescribe — (a) vehicles or classes of vehicles can use the parking lot or the stop and period for which and the conditions subject to it car park or place the stops can be used; and (b) charges, if any, will be charged for using the car park.
(4) where any charges for use of the car park is charged or proposed to be levied in accordance with any order under this section, the order shall state — (a) car parks set to leave vehicles; and (b) the time (either on every time or between certain hours) during which the vehicles can be parked in a car park, and can further make provisions in any of the following matters for car park: (aa) the number and the dimensions of the space to be held; (bb) the position of the vehicles to be driven in or carried out; (cc) the manner in which the vehicles to be driven in or carried out; (dd) the prohibition or restriction to other vehicles waiting in the parking lot that, either in the position mentioned above, or elsewhere;
(ee) the position in which the other vehicles permitted by such order may wait in the parking lot or for any purpose specified in such order can wait;
108 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (ff) charges will be levied in respect of its use and how to pemungutannya;
(gg) the removal and storage of safely any vehicle in respect of which there is a breach of, or non-compliance to the provisions of the order or any rules made under this Act;
(hh) construction and installation of any apparatus of the type or design approved by the Minister either generally or specifically (which will be described as "parking meter");
(ii) the prohibition or restriction for the conduct of any trade or other activities or do any other things in it;
(jj) shows the car park by means of traffic signals in accordance with section 77: provided that nothing-nothing in this subsection shall be construed as requiring that held in any parking space of sufficient size for parking of any particular vehicle.
(5) a notice stating the contents of the order and specified by him shall charge established and maintained by the authority in question in the parking lot or place the stop, or near to it.
(6) illegal law for drivers of any vehicle or any person employed thereon to commute looking for rentals or take passengers for hire or wages during any of the vehicles are in the parking lot remains gazetted as a place stops for public service vehicles and any person acting in contravention of this subsection shall be guilty of an offence.
(7) if any person contravenes or fails to comply with an order made under this section without a valid reason then he is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding three hundred dollars.
Road transport 109 (8) the authority or public body shall not incur any liability in respect of any loss or damage to any vehicle or fixtures or contents of any vehicle parked in any parking lot or prescribed under this section.
Reservation of parking for Diplomatic message from 73. (1) the Minister in connection with a Federal road, and the relevant authorities in relation to a path other than the federal roads in the area of the authority, may by order the reservation to any Diplomatic Message certified any part of any road as a parking lot for vehicles or vehicles that belong to the Message.
(2) subsection 72 (7) shall apply to an order made under this section as it applies for an order ang made under subsection 72 (1).
Car park for those not disabled 74. Minister in connection with a Federal road, and the relevant authorities in relation to a path other than the federal roads in the area of the authority, may by order the reservation of any part of any road as a car park for those vehicles not disabled.
Pedestrian crossing 75. (1) Crossing for pedestrians (hereinafter in this section referred to as "crossing") can be held on roads in accordance with this section and not otherwise.
(2) the Minister, with the agreement of the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works, may make rules with respect to priority respectively vehicles and pedestrians, and generally with respect to the movement of traffic (including pedestrians) at a crossing and the surrounding area (including rules prohibiting pedestrians are on the road the vehicle within one hundred metres of a 110 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT crossing) , and respect the sign indicator for the limit of a crossing with a sign on the road or otherwise, and in respect of the construction of traffic thereon.
(3) different rules may be made under this section in relation to different traffic conditions and in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the previous, different rules may be made in relation to a crossing in the vicinity, and away from, a junction, and for traffic police, controlled by traffic wardens and by traffic and by type of different traffic signals and for traffic not controlled such.
(4) an appropriate authority may, with the approval of the Minister charged with the responsibility for works relating to a Federal road, and in any case after consultation with the Chief Police officer, to provide any crossing as it thinks fit, and shall carry out any work (including lay, erect and maintain signs and traffic signals) required in connection with the crossing , or in connection with the mark of penunjuknya in accordance with rules made under this section.
(5) If any person contravenes any of the methods that have effect in relation to a crossing then he is guilty of an offence and, on conviction a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
Obligation to comply with the directions of the pedestrian traffic 76. If a police officer dressed in uniform or a traffic warden uniform, for the time being on duty in regulating traffic in a road, any pedestrians who walk across or walk along the road the vehicle in contravention of a direction to stop given by it in carrying out its duties, whether to pedestrians or to pedestrians and other traffic , commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
Road transport 111 to erect traffic signals 77. (1) the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works, (in this section referred to as the "Minister") in connection with any federal roads, and authorities in relation to any other way, in the area of the authority, may cause or permit traffic signals placed on the road or near thereto and may from time to time fix, change, convert or move them around.
(2) any police officer or other public officer acting in the exercise of its duties may cause or permit to be placed and maintained in any road or nearby any traffic signals as are necessary or expedient to give effect to any rule or order given or made to be valid under any power granted to any police officer or other person by any written law relating to prohibition , restriction, regulation or control of traffic or search vehicles or people on the road or as are necessary or expedient to prevent or reduce congestion or obstruction to traffic or danger to or from traffic due to extraordinary circumstances:

Provided that there are any such signals can be maintained for a longer period than is necessary for that purpose.
(3) any person or public authority authorized under any written law to do or cause to be done any work on a road shall be put and maintain or cause to be placed and maintained in any road or nearby any traffic signals as are necessary or expedient to prevent or reduce the danger to people who work on the road or to or from traffic during the work in progress.
(4) the owner or employee of any undertaking railway, light rail, or tram or any dock undertaking or port can place and maintain or cause to be placed and maintained in any road or nearby any traffic signals in accordance with, or which are necessary or expedient to carry out the authority of any powers conferred on them by any written law.
112 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (5) after the day prescribed there any traffic other than traffic signals placed with legal pursuant to this section may be placed on any road or near to it.
(6) for the purposes of this Act, any traffic that exists on the day specified placed with legal in a street or nearby before the day fixed, and which comply with the size, color or type according to this section or pursuant to the provisions of any written law repealed by this Act, shall be deemed to be placed with legal pursuant to this section.
(7) Traffic Signals in addition to the notice with respect to the use of a bridge or a traffic signal is placed at any road or nearby in exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (2) or (3) shall be of the size, colour and type prescribed and if so prescribed shall be disuarkan with lights or by using reflection or material according to reflektor any way set : provided that a traffic signal shall not be deemed to be placed with illegal laws in a street or near to it solely by reason of the failure to comply with this subsection if, in the opinion of the Court the deviation of the size, colour, type or penyuaran it is a small thing only.
(8) the Minister in connection with a federal roads and the relevant authorities in relation to any other roads in the area, the authority may by notice in writing require the owner or occupier of any land on it there are any traffic signal or any thing that is almost similar to a traffic signal until it might reasonably be considered as such signals or any ads or other such structure placed up to melindungkan any traffic signal or out of sight to distract drivers, so move them around or cutting any trees or plants that grow on the ground that in any way up to melindungkan any of the signal, and if any road transport 113 which people fail or negligence to comply with the notice, may perform the removal or deletion by causing as little damage and can recover as a civil debt from the person in default that would be expenses incurred in doing so : provided that this subsection shall not apply to any traffic that is placed on the land by the Minister or the authority or any officer or public authority acting in accordance with any of the powers conferred by any other law.
(9) the Minister or the authority or any person acting under his authority can enter any land and exercise such other powers as may be necessary for the purpose of carrying out and implementing powers and duties under this section: provided that unless with the consent of the occupants, there are any such entry may be made in any of the residential houses that actually occupied by not first giving twenty-four hours to the occupants or after sunset and before sunrise.
(10) in this Act, any reference of resignation signals traffic shall include a reference on the peragaannya in any way whether or not involving installation or placement.
(11) any person who with sengajanya damage, maim, change, remove or interfere with any traffic signal placed with legal pursuant to this section, commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
(12) any person other than an authorised thereof under the provisions of this part that puts on any road or nearby any traffic signal or anything close to similar to a traffic signal until it might reasonably be considered as such, or a signal that puts on any road or nearby any signal or ads with any way up to 114 melindungkan 333Undang ACT of Malaysia are out of sight of any traffic signal placed to be valid in accordance with this section shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be fined not more than five hundred dollars.
Power of conducting roadblocks 78. (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law, any police officer uniform that is authorised in writing by a police officer below the rank of Senior Inspector or higher, including someone Inspector in trial, or any road transport officer uniform, authorized in writing by the Director may, if it deems it necessary to do so for the enforcement of this Act , set up or put or cause erected or placed any obstruction as may be prescribed on a horizontal or any road in such manner as it thinks fit; and any such officer may take all reasonable steps to prevent any vehicle from being driven through any impedance that, including any measures to pursue and stop the vehicle if, after taking cognizance of the circumstances at the time, is it appears that if the move not taken great chances that the vehicle will be missed for the avoidance of tracked or otherwise.
(2) any person who fails to comply with any reasonable signal given by the police officer uniform or road transport officer dress uniform requires the person or vehicle stopped before reaching any obstruction, or try crossing or breaches any of the impedance, is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(3) No officer will be held liable for any loss, injury or damage to any person or property following the steps taking referred to in subsection (1).
Road transport 115 penalties for ignoring instructions and signals traffic 79. (1) where a police officer in uniform or a traffic warden uniform was at that time on duty to regulate traffic in a road, even a traffic signal was placed with legal on the roads or near to it, any person driving or mendorongi a vehicle that fail or ignore stop the vehicle or make the vehicle run through or follow certain traffic lines when directed to do so by the police officer or warden 38 the cross is guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
(2) subject to subsection (1), where a traffic signal was placed with legal on any road or nearby any pedestrians or people who drive or mendorongi a vehicle that fail or neglect to comply with the indications given by the signal shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred ringgit.
(3) in any proceedings due to an offence against this section, so far as may be necessary for proving the offence charged, is thought to until the contrary is proved that the signal was placed with legal under the provisions of section 77.
Rope, etc., horizontal road

80. Any person who for any purpose put or cause to be placed any bump road, or any rope, wire, chains, takar such apparatus or horizontal a road or any part thereof in any way until may cause danger to persons or damage to the vehicles using the road that is, unless he proves that he has the right to do so and that he took all necessary measures to provide adequate warning of the danger of the , commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
116 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT restrictions on competition and testing speed of 81. (1) no such contest or alleged speed involves the use of a vehicle can be held in any way without the prior written consent of the Minister in relation to a Federal road, or the relevant authorities in relation to a path other than the federal roads in the area of the authority.
(2) any person who sponsor, advertise or assists in the management or supervision of any contest or non-approved speed test such commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(3) any person who takes part in or any driver or person in charge of a vehicle used in any competition or test speed is not approved so, is guilty of an offence, and may — (a) in the case of a first conviction, to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both, and if the Court thinks fit to order , shall be omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a period of time not exceeding one year;
(b) in the case of sabitkan a second time and can then be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or both of each, and if the Court thinks fit to order, shall be omitted qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a period of time not exceeding three years.
(4) any police officer may arrest without warrant any person who commits an offence under subsection (3) and may seize and detain for the purposes of any proceedings under this Act, any vehicle used in any competition or test speed such that were not approved.
Road transport 117 forfeiture of vehicles used in competition or test the speed of 82. (1) If a motor vehicle has been seized by police under subsection 81 (4), and it is proved to the satisfaction of the Court that the vehicle was used in committing the offence with a second or later time under subsection 81 (3), the Court may, on the written request of the public prosecutor, made an order for the forfeiture of the vehicle, though none has been convicted for the offence : provided that a copy of the written request of the public prosecutor shall be communicated to the registered owner or any of the other students whose names have been endorsed in the certificate of registration of the motor vehicle.
(2) an order for the forfeiture or release of a vehicle that can be dilucuthakkan under this section, may be made by the Court before which the prosecution in respect of an offence a second or later time under subsection 81 (3), have been or will be held.
(3) if there is no any prosecution in respect of an offence a second or later time under subsection 81 (3), a notice in writing shall be given to the owner of a vehicle seized under subsection 81 (4), if it is known that he or his agent authorized in writing may, within one month from the date of the notice, to prove its claim against the vehicle and if no claim is made within the , a vehicle seized shall be dilucuthakkan.
(4) where the owner of a vehicle seized under subsection 81 (4) unknown, notice in the Gazette shall be given by stating that the vehicle was seized and request any person who may have a claim against him, within one month from the date of the notice, so that present and prove his claim and if the vehicle is not claimed within the period specified vehicle shall be dilucuthakkan.
(5) after receiving a claim under subsection (3) or (4), the Chief Police officer may direct that the vehicle is released.
118 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (6) any person aggrieved by the decision of the Chief Police officer under subsection (5) may appeal to the Minister whose decision shall be final.
(7) No person shall in any proceedings in any court in respect of the seizure of any vehicle under subsection 81 (4), can get the costs of the proceedings or any damages or other relief, in addition to an order for return of the vehicle, unless the seizure is made without reasonable cause or possible.
Power to erect protection, subway and road 83 bridge. The relevant authorities, with the approval of the Minister charged with the responsibility for works relating to a Federal road, may — (a) for the purpose of protecting the traffic along a road from danger, or make crossing any road less danger to pedestrians, erect, illuminate, maintenance, change and remove a shelter on the street or to build, maintain, change and remove bump on the road , or build, light, maintain, change, move and closes for temporary road subway under the road or tititan for the number of pedestrians;
(b) at any time it may deem necessary or desirable for safety or pedestrian-pedestrian facilities, providing the appropriate foot lane and at the sides of the roads under his control; and (c) at any time it may deem necessary or desirable for the security or the horses ridden and facilities livestock digembalakan, provide enough grass or the other side on the side of the roads under his control.
Move the power structure of 84 roads. (1) where any structure was established or erected on or above a street or at or above a road reserve, other than in accordance with any written law, the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works (as hereinafter in this section referred to as "the Minister") road transport 119 relates to a federal roads, or any road reserve adjacent to federal roads and the relevant authorities in relation to any road or path other reserves in the area of the authority may by written notice require that people in authority control or possession of the structure so as to move them around within such period as may be specified in the notice or within such period extended as permitted by the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, which issued the notice.
(2) where any structure in respect of which a notice has been served under this section is not removed within the period specified in the notice, the Minister or the relevant authorities can move the structure: provided that the authority of the Minister or the appropriate authority under this subsection shall not be carried out until the expiration of one month after the date the notice is delivered.
(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in subsection (1) and (2), if there is a possibility of danger to traffic arising from any structure referred to in subsection (1), the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, may take any appropriate action to move the structure without notice to any person.
(4) If a structure has been moved by the Minister or the appropriate authority under this section and the expense of moving and hold a structure that has not been paid within one week after the date of the removal, the Minister or the appropriate authority may, after giving one month's notice in writing to the person in authority control or possession of the structure before the removal of the , selling by way of public auction or otherwise dispose of the structure; and any proceeds from the sale or the disposal shall apply to pay the expenses of moving and hold the structure and redundancies should be paid to people in authority control or possession of the structure immediately before the removal or if the surplus is not claimed by that person within three months after the date of the sale or disposal of the results of the dilucuthakkan be the result of the Federal Government or authorities in question , as the case may be.
120 333Undang of Malaysia ACT (5) no nothing in subsection (4) may prohibit — (a) disposal as the Minister thinks fit

or the relevant authorities any fish, meat, fruit, vegetables or other items that are easily destroyed, if any, moved along with the structure, and any revenue from such disposal shall apply in the same manner as provided for prior in respect of revenue from sale or disposal of the structure; or (b) obtain as a civil debt of all or part of the expenses for moving or holding structure of people in authority control or have them immediately before the removal of it.
(6) notice under subsection (1) may be served either to that person by himself or by post or by menampalkannya to the structure intended by the notice.
(7) in this section, the expression "structure" includes any machinery, pumps, columns, and any other thing that can cause obstruction or endanger traffic.
Construction access and drainage and the installation of utilities to the streets that is 85. (1) No person who may — (a) construct any access roads (including small street, driveway or access other ways either public or private) to contact any road;
(b) build trenches to contact trenches built off the road;
(c) carry out any kind of work of any description in, on, above or under any street, except where the plan contains details of restructuring in respect of programs (including details of which can be set) was submitted and approved by the Minister charged with the responsibility for works relating to the Federal road, or the relevant authorities relating to roads in addition to the Federal road , and the Minister or the relevant authorities, road transport 121 as the case may be, may refuse the application or allow it on the conditions imposed by it or of the authority.
(2) if in the opinion of the Minister or the relevant authorities exist — (a) the possibility of danger to traffic; (b) any flooding, penggangguan or penghalangan;
or (c) any failure of compliance with any condition imposed under subsection (1), during the journey, or arising from any work referred to in subsection (1), the Minister or the appropriate authority may, by notice in writing require the person to which the approval is given or the occupier of the premises or land, as the case may be, to take appropriate action as may be necessary to move the danger , or move any penggangguan or penghalangan or block any drainage or comply with the conditions imposed, within the time specified in the notice, that if failed to complied with the Minister or the relevant authorities can take appropriate action in order to stop the danger or flooding, penggangguan or penghalangan or to ensure adherence to the conditions imposed.
(3) subject to subsection (6), it shall be lawful for the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, by notice in the Gazette, that require the closure or deviation or changes made on any road access (either built before or after the commencement of this Act).
(4) If any action had been taken by the Minister or the appropriate authority under subsection (2) or (3), expenses incurred and certified in writing by the Minister or the relevant authorities in taking action that is a debt due to the Government or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, by the person to which the approval has been granted or occupier of the premises or land and can be deducted from the security deposit paid to the Minister or the relevant authorities as a condition for carrying out the work referred to in subsection (1).
122 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (5) If any works under subsection (1) has been carried out and it was found that the work has been carried out for the purpose of making any direct contact of any public utility to any premises or for connecting trenches to trenches built on a street for the purpose of irrigation land on it drain start referred to, the residents of the premises or land shall be deemed to be carrying out the work for the purposes of this section.
(6) If, as a result of a notice issued by the Minister or the appropriate authority under subsection (3) a access road available during them the notice, closed once and there are no alternative access road, the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, shall, prior to the closing, to provide an alternative access road: provided that if an alternative access path cannot be held or cannot be held without incurring unreasonable expense amount the land involved, shall be obtained in accordance with any existing laws relating to forced recruitment and recruitment shall be deemed for the purposes of the public.
(7) any person who contravenes subsection (1) or fails to comply with conditions that may be imposed in a permit issued under that subsection shall be guilty of an offence and shall on conviction liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year: provided that any punishment imposed under this subsection shall not affect any civil liability of the person to which the approval is given or the occupier of the premises or land.
(8) the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, may make rules for regulating and controlling the conduct or the construction of any work referred to in subsection (1).
The construction of structures for advertisements, etc.
85A. (1) the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works (in this section referred to as "the Minister" hereinafter) in relation to any road reserve adjacent to the Federal road or road transport authorities concerned 123 relating to any other reserve road, in the area of the authority, may, subject to subsection (2), if the way the reserve was not used at that time for the purpose for which it is reserved , gives the right occupation for the whole or any part of the path for the reserve to any person for the purpose of setting up structures for advertisements or other public announcements for such period and upon such terms and conditions, including charges and occupation, as the Minister or the Authority specifies.
(2) no such occupation rights may be granted unless the plan containing details of restructuring program of the structure (including details specified) has been submitted to and approved by the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, which may require the security deposit paid and bought insurance public liability, for any amount of money that the Minister or the authority think fit , by the applicant as part of the conditions for approval.
(3) the Minister or the relevant authorities, as the case may be, may make rules to regulate and control the construction of the structure.
Restrictions for vehicles above 86 bridge. (1) if the Minister charged with the responsibility for works relating to a bridge over a Federal road, or the relevant authorities in relation to any other bridge in the area of the authority, satisfied that the bridge is unable to — (a) take a vehicle weighing more than the maximum weight is specific;
(b) take the vehicle weight gandarnya more than a certain maximum axle weight; or (c) take the vehicle its weight or the weight of their respective gandarnya more than a certain maximum weight when running with speed more than a certain maximum speed, the Minister or the relevant authorities can, through a conspicuous notice placed in a place that should be on every end of the bridge, prohibit the use of the 333Undang ACT 124 of Malaysia the bridge by vehicles weighing more than the weight stated in the notice , or by vehicle weight gandarnya more than the weight of the axles which are specified in the notice when it runs with a speed greater than the speed specified in such notice, as the case may be.
(2) for the purposes of this section — (a) "heavy axle" means weight is transferred to any Strip surface on which the vehicle is contained between any two parallel lines outlined sejarak 0.6 metres on the vertical surface at an angle with the longitudinal axis of the vehicle;
(b) "placed somewhere proper" means placed at any position either in the bridge or near to it or on roads or near to it that points to the bridge so that easier to view from a reasonable distance by motorists who approached the bridge;
(c) "the weight" means the weight of the actual vehicle at that time, including the weight of every person and thing brought on it or by him, and for the purposes of this paragraph, a vehicle and any trailer drawn by him shall be deemed to be a single vehicle.

(3) where a vehicle is driven over or crossing a bridge in contravention of this section, any person driving the vehicle in such a way, or cause or permit the vehicle driven shall, without prejudice to any civil liability incurred by him if the damage occurred on the bridge or otherwise, commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
(4) where in any proceedings under this section the Prosecutor to satisfy the Court that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the weight of the vehicle is more than the maximum weight specified in the notice, or that any heavy axles of the vehicle is more than the maximum axle weight is specified, the burden lies on the defendant to prove that the weight of the vehicle, or every heavy axles the vehicle , as the case may be, is not more than the maximum weight or maximum axle weight of it.
Road transport 125 (5) If the weight of the maximum load allowed for the vehicle indicated by a sign placed on it by any law for the time being in force, then vehicle weight shall be considered as not less than the weight shown such, unless the person is charged with an offence under this section to prove, to the satisfaction of the Court, that at the time the vehicle is at the top of the bridge the vehicle weight is less than the weight shown is for.
Provision of traffic incredible 87. If, in respect of any road, having as average expenses for repairing the roads or streets such that others in the area, extraordinary expenses incurred in repairing the roads due to the damage caused by the excessive weight of the vehicles at the road or by any extraordinary traffic on it, other Government or the relevant authorities that have been rolling it can get from any person as a result of or arising from orders or acts the traffic was conducted or operated, or of the owner of the vehicles, which are the traffic, the amount of the expenditure as it is proved to the satisfaction of the Court to take the case as having been incurred by reason of the damage arising from heavy or unusual traffic that.
Rules 88. (1) the Minister may make rules for any purpose for which rules may be made under this part and for fixing any that may be prescribed under this part, and generally for the purpose of enforcing this part and for regulating traffic in streets and alleviate traffic congestion and facilitate the making of provision for the safety of road users and, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing , may make rules — (a) for regulating the number and type of brakes, including penyendal and pengunci chains in the case of vehicles pulled by horses or cattle, for any class or description of vehicles when used in 126 Malaysian law 333Undang ACT the streets and to ensure that the brake is efficient and maintained in a State able to function properly and to give power to those who are allowed under the rules to test and inspect any of the brake , whether a street or elsewhere;
(b) to prohibit the use of any wheels, tracks or tires of the type that could possibly cause damage to the road or on any specific road classes or on any particular road;
(c) for prohibiting such class or description of vehicle, or any pedestrians from being on or walk along any part of any road;
(d) to set the tool to be mounted on bicycles, rickshaws or trisikal (which is not motor vehicles) to indicate the availability of the vehicle when used in the streets and to ensure that the rider of the vehicle shall be by way of using such tools give enough warning about the existence of such vehicles;
(e) for prescribing conditions subject to it, and the time when, items weighing unusual or exceptional dimension largely can be taken on the road;
(f) for prescribing the manner in which the vehicles used on the road can be downloaded and the precautions to be taken to ensure the safety of civilians in connection therewith;
(g) to prescribe conditions subject to it, and the time when, goods can be loaded into or offloaded from vehicles or vehicles of a class or description on the street;
(h) to prescribe rules of priority to be followed between traffic heading towards the same direction, or the opposite direction or when crossing the roads;
(i) in order to set conditions that are subject to it, and the time when, the animal can RMP or digembalakan on the street;
Road transport 127 (j) to prohibit or set conditions that subject vehicles or vehicles of a class or description can be left in a State of rest or left unattended in any road, at any particular path or class in any particular way;
(k) to prohibit animals from being or is left unattended or without appropriate controls on the street or in any particular class of road or in any specific way;
(l) to restrict the use of vehicles, animals and people on public roads for the purpose of advertising of any kind or by any other means, so that can be a source of danger or cause obstruction to traffic;
(m) to restrict and regulate the use of the streets are vehicles carrying out upholding, place, move, change or repair the lights, cable and make the work of the street or highway;
(n) to restrict and prohibit pembasuhan vehicles and animals in the streets;
(o) to set the lighting and reflektor to be installed on vehicles or on vehicles of any class or description when the vehicles used on the road, and to specify the type of the lamp and the reflektor, a place where, and the colour of the background upon which the reflektor, lights and you want to install and time when a lamp is installed is to be lit;
(p) to set the number of persons who may be carried on the bike route, route trisikal or rickshaw on the street and the manner in which that person may be carried;
(q) to set the size, color and type of traffic to be placed on or close to the streets;
128 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (r) to require that the driver and the person in charge of a motor vehicle and motor vehicle so that the drive and use the vehicles, and those who use the road to use the roads in accordance with rules made under this part, and comply with all instructions given to them by any police officer or traffic warden who at that time worked to regulate traffic;
(s) to require people who drive or carried on a motorcycle to wear helmets, and to determine the class or description of the motorcycle; for the helmet set according to shape, make, labeling, mark or any other qualities and for banning the helmet from sold, offered for sale, rented out, offered for rent or supplied with the helmet if it does not set such: provided that no such method can be made in respect of the matters specified in paragraph (b), (c), (e), (i), (j), (k), (m), (n) and (q) without consultation with the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works.
(2) in relation to federal roads, the Minister charged with the responsibility for public works can make rules to prohibit any person from using a road in a way that might affect kebersihannya.
(3) rules under this section may provide for the cancellation of any rules or by-laws of the same thing as the rules for suspension, and the current rules is to take effect, any authority to make any rules or by-laws the same.
(4) rules under this section may exempt or may authorise any officer or authority, including local authorities, to exclude any person or any class or description of person or any vehicle or class or description of vehicle from the provisions of any rules made under this section.
Road transport 129 PART IV PROVISIONS AGAINST THIRD PARTY RISKS ARISING OUT of the USE of MOTOR vehicles Interpretation 89. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires — "Motor Insurers Bureau" means the Bureau of Motor Insurers who have completed an agreement with the Minister of transport to provide compensation to victims of road accidents if the third party is denied compensation due to the victim's lack of an effective insurance or insurance;

"insurers are permitted" means a person who carries on the business of motor vehicle insurance with legal in Malaysia became a member of the Motor Insurers Bureau;
"insurance policy" includes a cover note.
Motor vehicle carrier should be insured against third party risks 90. (1) subject to this section shall be invalid for any person to use or cause or permit any other person to use a motor vehicle unless there is in force in relation to the use of the motor vehicle by that person or by such other person, as the case may be, an insurance policy or any guarantee in respect of third party risks which complies with the requirements of this section.
(2) if any person acts in contravention of this section, he commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months or to both, and a person convicted of an offence under this section shall, wiped the qualifications from holding or obtaining a driving licence under part II for a period of twelve months from the date of the conviction unless the Court by for some 130 of the ACT 333Undang-specific Directives set out in that order should think to order otherwise and without prejudice to the powers of the Court to order disqualification period is longer.
(3) a person whose eligibility has been removed as a result of a conviction under this section or an order made thereunder, from holding or obtaining the driving licence shall, for the purposes of part II, be deemed to have eliminated those qualifications due to conviction under the provisions of that part: provided that a person shall not be convicted of an offence against this section if he proves — (a) that the vehicle is not kepunyaannya and not in his possession under any contract of hire or loan;
(b) that he was using the vehicle in the course of his employment; and (c) that he did not know or had no reason to believe that there is no effect in relation to the user of any insurance policy or any guarantee that complies with this section.
(4) Notwithstanding any written law which set the time within which proceedings may be brought before the Court, proceedings for an offence under this section may be brought — (a) within six months from the date of the occurrence of the alleged offence; or (b) within a period not exceeding three months from the date the prosecution knew of the occurrence of the offence or not exceeding one year from the date of the offence committed, as the time period is longer.
(5) this section shall not apply — (a) for vehicles owned by — (i) any Government in Malaysia; (ii) the Government of the Republic of Singapore;
Road transport 131 (iii) a municipality or other local authority approved by the Minister charged with the responsibility for local government except for the public service vehicle, other than a vehicle employees; or (iv) a public body, during the vehicle used for the purpose of any Government, Municipality or other local authority or public body that has the vehicle;
(b) any motor vehicle at any time the vehicle is driven for police use by or under the direction of a police officer; or while traveling to or from any place that is operated for the purpose of pensalvajan in accordance with part X Merchant Shipping Ordinance 1952 [Ord. No. 70 1952];
(c) for any motor vehicle at any time the vehicle driven by or under the direction of an officer of road transport for the purpose of inspection or test mechanism motor vehicle or test a person's ability to control or drive a motor vehicle in connection with an application to obtain a licence to drive a motor vehicle; or (d) for the registered owner of the motor vehicle has been deposited with the Accountant General of the sum of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, at any time the vehicle driven by the registered owner or by his servant residing in the course of his employment, or otherwise under the control of the registered owner.
The requirements in respect of policy 91. (1) to comply with the requirements of this section, an insurance policy must be a policy that — (a) issued by an insurer authorised in the meaning of this section; 132 and ACT 333Undang of Malaysia (b) insure for a person or group of persons as specified in the policy in respect of any liability incurred by him or by them in respect of death or bodily injury to any person caused by or arising from the use of the motor vehicle or appliance land pulled by him on the street: provided that the policy is not required to protect — (aa) the liability in respect of death as a result of and in the course of employment of a person who works with people insured by the policy or bodily injury suffered by that person as a result of and in the course of his employment; or (bb) except in the case of motor vehicles which carry passengers for hire or wages, or caused by or pursuant to a contract of employment, liability in respect of death or bodily injury suffered by a person carried in or on the vehicle or entering or boarding or alighting from it during the occurrence of the incident which give rise to the claim; or (cc) any contractual liability.
(2) (a) if any payment is made (whether by any admission of liability or not) by — (i) an insurer under or as a result of the policy issued under this Act;
(ii) the owner of a motor vehicle in relation to its use there is in effect a guarantee under section 93; or (iii) the owner of a motor vehicle who paid a deposit under paragraph 90 (5) (d), in respect of death or bodily injury suffered by any person as a result of the use of motor vehicles on the street, and people who have died or have suffered bodily injury that, knowledge of the insurers that are allowed or the owner, as the case may be , was receiving treatment in hospital, road transport 133 either as an inpatient or outpatient, in respect of the injuries happened, then insurers are allowed or the owner shall also pay to the hospital expenses reasonably incurred by the hospital in providing such treatment, after deducting the expenditure of any money actually received by the hospital as payment for specific charges for such treatment : provided that the amount paid by the insurer or the owner shall not exceed four hundred dollars for each person treated as inpatients or as many as forty dollars for each person treated as outpatient.
(b) for the purposes of this subsection, the expression "hospital" means an institution (which is not an institution that operated to obtain profit) which provides medical or surgical treatment to inpatients and the expression "expenses reasonably incurred" means — (i) in relation to a person who is receiving treatment in a hospital as an in-patient, the amount for each day that the person is taken care of in the hospital, which is the average daily cost for each patient in the hospital and its staff for maintenance and care and in-patient treatment in hospital the; provided that in respect of government hospitals that took in patients who are charged, "expenses reasonably incurred" means the amount that can be charged to the general public, in the ward of the class entered into by patients who receive treatment, as the scale of fees from time to time is to take effect in the hospital; and (ii) in relation to a person who is receiving treatment as an outpatient at the hospital, the reasonable expenses actually incurred.
134 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (3) Notwithstanding anything contained in any written law, a person who is issued a policy of insurance under this section shall be held liable indemnified person or group of persons specified in the policy in respect of any liabilities purporting to be covered by the policy in the case of a person or group of such persons.
(4) a policy shall not have any effect for the purposes of this section unless and until the insurer deliver to those who implement such policies a certificate (in this Act referred to as "certificate of insurance") in accordance with the prescribed form and containing any details about any provision of the policy issued to him and of any other matters as may be prescribed, and different forms and different details can be set in relation to matters or circumstances that are different.
Grant of statement and information by insurers 92. The Minister may require any insurer authorised to produce such statements and information relating to the motor vehicle insurance business carried on by the insurer as required by the Minister.
The requirements in respect of the guarantee

93. (1) To comply with the requirements of this part, a guarantee shall be — (a) is given by the company or by any group of persons approved by the Minister after consultation with the Minister of finance, who runs a business guarantee from the type of its kind in Malaysia; and (b) contain an undertaking by the assurance provider to repay, subject to any conditions specified in it and to an amount, in the case of an undertaking relating to the use of a public service vehicle, which is not less than two hundred twenty-five thousand dollars, and in any other case, not less than forty thousand road transport 135 ringgit any failure by the owner of the vehicle or any person or group of persons specified in the guarantee to implement any liabilities required to be covered by the insurance policy under section 91 which may be incurred by him or by them.
(2) a guarantee does not have any effect for the purposes of this section unless the person giving the security has issued to the person who provided the guarantee a certificate (in this Act referred to as "certificate of guarantee") in the prescribed form and contain such particulars of any provision of the guarantee issued to him and of any other matters as may be prescribed, and different forms and details can be set for different matters or circumstances that are different.
Certain conditions in the policy or guarantee does not have any effective 94. Such conditions in a policy or security issued or given for the purposes of this section which provides that there are no any liability to arise under the policy or the guarantee or that any liability arising shall be halted if a certain thing is done or not done after the event giving rise to a claim under the policy or guarantee that does not have any effect in relation to such claims as mentioned in paragraph 91 (1) (b) : provided that nothing in this section can be calculated to make invalid any provision in a policy or guarantee which requires the insured person or the guaranteed reimbursement to insurers or providers guarantee that any amount of money the person then may be held liable to pay under the policy or the guarantee and that has been used to fit into a third party.
Avoidance of limitations on field of third party risk policies 95. If a certificate of insurance has been submitted under subsection 91 (4) to the person who has implemented a policy, that much of the policy purporting to ACT 136 333Undang Malaysian laws restrict insurance the insured person by reference to any of the following matters: (a) the age or physical or mental condition of the person driving the vehicle;
(b) the condition of the motor vehicle; (c) the number of persons carried in the motor vehicle; (d) its weight or physical characteristics of the goods are transported by the motor vehicle; (e) the time when or within which the motor vehicle is used; (f) horsepower or value of the motor vehicle; (g) any specific tool carried in the motor vehicle; (h) any other means within the specific identification of the motor vehicle other than any means of identification required to be carried under part II;
(i) the driver of the motor vehicle during the occurrence of the accident under the influence of drink intoxicate or drugs;
(j) the driver of the motor vehicle at the time of an accident that is not licensed to drive or do not have a licence to drive motor vehicles thereof;
(k) the motor vehicle is used for a purpose other than the purpose stated in the policy, shall, in respect of any liabilities required to be covered by a policy under paragraph 91 (1) (b), does not have any effect: provided that nothing in this section shall require a person the insurer to pay any sum in respect of the liability of any person other than for or against the release of liability , and any sum of money paid by an insurer for or towards discharge of any liability of any person insured by the policy by virtue of this section may be recovered by the insurer from that person.
Road transport 137 obligation of insurers to deliver sentence against people who take insurance in respect of third party risks.
96. (1) If, after a certificate of insurance submitted under subsection 91 (4) to the person to whom a policy has been enforced, judgments in respect of any liabilities required to be covered by a policy under paragraph 91 (1) (b) (i.e. liability covered by the terms of the policy) on any person insured by the policy, then notwithstanding the insurer entitled to avoid or cancel , or have been to avoid or cancel the policy, the insurer shall, subject to this section, pay to the person entitled to the benefit of the judgment, any sum of money payable under the policy in respect of such liabilities, including any amount due in respect of the costs and any sums payable in respect of the interest for the amount of money that by virtue of any written law relating to flowers for judgment.
(2) no any sum of money payable by an insurer under subsection (1) — (a) in respect of any judgment, unless before or within seven days after the start of the proceedings that the judgment is given, the insurer was aware of the proceedings;
(b) in respect of any judgment, as long as its implementation suspended pending appeal; or (c) in relation to any liability, if before the happening of an event which becomes the cause of death or bodily injury giving rise to the liability policy is cancelled by mutual consent or by virtue of any provision contained in it and either — (i) before the occurrence of the incident, the certificate was handed over to the insurer or the person who has submitted such certificate has made a relevant declaration stating that the certificate has been lost or destroyed;
138 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (ii) after the occurrence of the event, but before the expiration period of fourteen days from the currency of the policy, certificate revocation has been delivered to the insurer or the person who has submitted such certificate has made a statutory declaration as the first; or (iii) either before or after the occurrence of the incident, but within the period of fourteen days, the insurers commenced proceedings under this part in respect of the failure to surrender certificate.
(3) no any sum of money payable by an insurer under subsection (1) If, before the date the liability is incurred, insurers have taken the designation of the Court that the insurance is not valid and cannot be enforced: provided that an insurer who has earned a designation as the first in an action shall not be entitled to obtain the benefit of this subsection in respect of any judgment obtained in proceedings instituted before the commencement of the action except , before or within seven days after the commencement of the action, he has given notice thereof to the person who became plaintiffs in the proceedings stating any reason which he intends to found, and any person who is given notice of the action entitled if it thinks should become a party to such action.
(4) If the amount that a person held liable insurers pay under this section in respect of the liability of a person who is insured by a policy, beyond the amount which apart from this section, he should have held liable under the policy in respect of the liability, he shall be entitled to recover the excess of that person.
(5) in this section, the expression "material" means a may affect the consideration of prudent insurers in determining whether he will take the risk, and if so what is his premiums and by what road transport 139 conditions and the expression "liability covered by the syaratkah policy" means that become a liability if not for doing that insurers are entitled to avoid or cancel or avoid or cancel the policy.
(6) in this section references to a certificate of insurance in any provisions relating to surrender or loss or pembinasaan a certificate of insurance shall, in relation to policy where more than one certificate issued thereunder, be construed as a reference of all the certificate and, where any copy of any certificate has been issued, shall be construed as covering reference the copy.
Third party rights against insurers 97. (1) where under any policy issued for the purposes of this part, a person (hereinafter referred to as "acquisition of insurance") insured against liability to third parties that may ditanggungnya —

(a) if the acquisition of the insurance becomes bankrupt or makes a composition or arrangement with his creditors; or (b) in the case of the acquisition of the insurance is a company, in the event of a winding-up order is made or a resolution for voluntary winding up of the company approved or if a receiver or manager appointed for the business or undertaking of the company or if the possession is taken by or on behalf of holders of any debentures secured by a floating charge on any property contained in or subject to the charge , if before or after the incident any liability as the formerly borne by the acquisition of the insurance then its rights against the insurer under the policy in respect of the liability shall, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any written law, moving and vested in a third party to which the liability was incurred.
(2) If an order made under any written law relating to bankruptcy for the Administration in bankruptcy of the estate of a person debtor 140 333Undang ACT of Malaysia which was dead then if any debt may be proved in the bankruptcy has not been paid by the deceased in respect of a liability against which he was insured under a policy issued for purposes of this part as a liability to third parties , a deceased debtor's rights against the insurer under the policy in respect of the liability shall, notwithstanding anything stated in any law, moved and vested in the person of its debt has not been paid it.
(3) such conditions in a policy issued for the purposes of this section that directly or indirectly purporting to want to avoid the policy or want to change the rights under the policy upon the happening of any event specified in paragraph (1) (a) or (b) the acquisition of insurance or when an order made under any written law relating to bankruptcy of pusakanya shall not have any effect.
(4) when the rights transferred under subsection (1) or (2), the insurer shall, subject to section 99, have the same liability to third parties such as he was supposed to have a liability to the acquisition of the insurance but — (a) if the liability of the insurer to the acquisition of insurance over liability acquisition of insurance against third party such, no nothing in this Act affects the rights of acquisition of insurance against the insurer of the surplus; and (b) if the liability of the insurer over the acquisition of the insurance is less than the liability of the insurer against the third party, nothing in this Act affects the rights of a third party over the acquisition of insurance on the balance.
(5) for the purposes of this section and section 98 and 99, the expression "liability to third parties" in relation to a person insured under any insurance policy does not cover any liability of that person upon the nature of the insurer under any other insurance policy.
Road transport 141 (6) of this section and section 98 and 99 shall not apply — (a) where a company wound up with voluntary financial support-points for the purposes of reconstruction or amalgamation with another company; or (b) for any case that subsection 21 (1) and (2) workmen's Compensation Act 1952 [Act 273] apply.
The obligation to provide the necessary information to third parties 98. (1) any person against whom a claim is made in respect of any liabilities required to be covered by a policy under paragraph 91 (1) (b) shall, upon request by or on behalf of the person making the claim, stating whether or not he was insured in respect of that liability in accordance with any policy having effect for the purposes of this section, or should have been insured such If the insurer cannot avoid or cancel the policy, and if he has or should have been insured such giving such particulars with respect to the policy as stated in the certificate of insurance in respect of delivery under subsection 91 (4).
(2) if any person becomes bankrupt or makes a composition or arrangement with his creditors or if an order made under any law relating to bankruptcy with respect to the estate of any person or if a winding-up order is made or a setting for voluntary winding up is passed in respect of any company or if a receiver or Manager of the business or undertaking of the company appointed or if ownership taken by or on behalf of holders of any debentures secured by a floating charge upon any property contained in or subject to the charge, shall be the responsibility of the debtor who is bankrupt, the personal representatives of a deceased debtor or the company and, as the case may be, the Director-General of insolvency, trustee, liquidator, receiver or Manager or the person in possession of the property to provide, at the request of any person claiming that the bankrupt debtors, debtors who have died or the company has a liability against it , any such information as reasonably required by him for the purpose of determining whether any right that moved 142 333Undang ACT of Malaysia or vested to it under this Act and for the purpose of enforcing the rights, if any, and any contract of insurance in so far as either directly or indirectly in the form of the contract may want to prevent or change the rights of the parties under the contract or the grant of any such information in the circumstances previously or otherwise to prohibit or prevent the provision of such information in the circumstances does not have any effect.
(3) if information provided to any person pursuant to subsection (2) disclose reasonable grounds to assume that there has been and may have been transferred to it under this Act the right to any particular insurer, the insurer is subject to the same obligations as imposed by the subsection to the person referred to in that section.
(4) the obligation to provide information imposed by this section shall include an obligation to allow all insurance contracts, receipts for premiums and other relevant documents in the possession or power of the people to which the obligation applies such for inspection and copies thereof to be made.
(5) If any person, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with this section or knowingly make a false or misleading statement in answer any request as such before he commits an offence.
Solution between the insurer and the person who takes insurance 99. If a person is insured under a policy issued for the purpose in this section has been a bankrupt or if, in the case of the insured a company, an order winding up has been made or such a resolution for voluntary winding up has been approved in respect of the company, there are no any agreement made between the insurers and the insurance acquisition after being charged against third party liability and upon commencement of bankruptcy or winding up of the , as the case may be, also there are any waiver, penyerahakan or other disposal made by or payments made to the insurer, after the commencement of bankruptcy or winding-up of the first can force menggagal or prejudice for moving to a third party under this Act, but that right must be the same as if there is no such agreement, waiving, penyerahakan, disposal or payment has been made.
Road transport 143 Bankruptcy, etc., does not affect third party claims 100. If a certificate of insurance has been submitted under subsection 91 (4) to the person who has implemented a policy, the occurrence in relation to any person insured by the policy, any event as referred to in subsection 97 (1) or (2), notwithstanding anything contained in this Act shall not affect any liability of such persons as are required to be covered by a policy under paragraph 91 (1) (b) of this Act , but there is nothing in this section shall affect any right of the insurer provided under section 97, 98 and 99 people for which liability has been charged.
More third parties rights against insurers 101. (1) no such a solution by an insurer in respect of any claim which may be made by third parties in respect of any liabilities required as covered by a policy under paragraph 91 (1) (b) may be valid unless a third party that is a party to such solutions.
(2) a policy issued under this section shall remain in force and can be used by a third party, even upon the death of any insured person under paragraph 91 (1) (b) as if the insured person is still alive.
Assignment of affirmation caused cancellation of policy

102. (1) If a certificate of insurance has been submitted under subsection 91 (4) to the person who has put in place a policy and such policy has been cancelled by mutual consent or by virtue of any provision in the policy, the person who has submitted such certificate shall, within seven days of the currency of such revocation, surrender the certificate to the insurer or, if the certificate has been lost or destroyed , make a statutory declaration for the purpose, and if he fails to do so he commits an offence.
144 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (2) where a policy not issued following the issuance of a cover note, or a policy has been cancelled, transferred to others or altered to protect the insured vehicle to be used for purposes other than the purposes of the insurance initially issued, it shall be the duty of the insurer to immediately tell the directors have been registering a vehicle insured by the policy or cover note , and if he fails to do so he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding three hundred dollars.
Production of certificate of 103. (1) the owner of a motor vehicle under a duty to give any information which he is required to give by or on behalf of the Chief Police officer or Director for the purpose of determining whether the motor vehicle is being driven or not being driven in contravention of section 90 at any time when the driver is required, under section 58, submit his certification within five days, and if the owner fails to do so he commits an offence.
(2) in this section, the expression "submit his certification" means to submit for examination the certificate of insurance or certificate of security relevant or any other evidence that the motor vehicle was not being driven or was not being driven in contravention of section 90 as specified.
The insurer must be notified of any event 104. Acquisition of insurance under a duty to inform the insurer as soon as possible about any event that can raise a claim under a policy.
Deposit 105. If any sum of money deposited by any person pursuant to or as a condition of approval by the Minister under section 91 or 93, there are no any part of the amount of money that, in so far as any liability i.e. liability required to be covered by road transport 145 a policy of insurance under this part that has been incurred by him has not been released or otherwise provided, may be used for releasing any other liability incurred by him.
Application of this part to guarantee 106. This section shall apply, in relation to the guarantee has effect for the purposes of this part, as they apply in relation to an insurance policy, and in connection with any guarantee as the first reference in the provision of insured, on the certificate of insurance of the insurer and the insured person; shall be respectively construed as reference currency of guarantee that, on the recommendation of the guarantee, warranty providers of and about people, its liability is covered by the guarantee.
Rules 107. The Minister may make rules for prescribing anything which may be prescribed under this part, and generally for the purpose of enforcing this part, and in particular but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing may make rules — (a) to prescribe forms to be used for the purposes of this part;
(b) on the application for certificate of insurance and any other documents as well as its production set, and about the record keeping of documents and giving details about it, or the giving of information relating to it, to the Minister, the Chief Police officer or Director General;
(c) regarding the production of a copy of any certificate or other document is lost or destroyed;
(d) regarding the custody, production, cancellation and surrender any certificate or other document; and 146 333Undang of Malaysia ACT (e) to provide that any provision of this part shall, in relation to a motor vehicle brought to Malaysia from a place outside Malaysia by people who only live for a while in Malaysia, will take effect subject to such modifications and adaptations as may be prescribed.
Part V OFFENCES and VARIOUS False Statement PROVISIONS 108. (1) if any person — (a) for the purpose of getting under the provisions of any part of, the granting of any kind or description license for himself or any other person, or variation of any such licence, or for the purpose of holding the grant or variation of any such license or acquire the imposition of such conditions or restrictions in connection with any such license, make any statement or declaration which he knows to be false or incorrect , whether wholly or partly, or misleading in any material matters;
(b) for the purpose of obtaining production of certificate of insurance or certificate of guarantee under part IV, makes any statement which is false or misleading, or conceals any material information, unless he proves, to the satisfaction of the Court, that he acted without any intent to deceive;
(c) give such particulars or documents connected with the registration or licensing of motor vehicles or of change of proportion, or in connection with the trade licence of the vehicle, which he knows to be false or misleading in any material matters;
(d) while giving evidence in any inquiry held under this Act, make any statement that is false and that either he or knowingly false, or that he is not as true;
Road transport 147 (e) make any false entry in any book or record or make any document containing a statement which is false, with the intention that records or documents or statements that there will be or given in evidence in any inquiry held under this Act; or (f) make any entries in a record, register, certificate or other document required to be manufactured, stored, maintained or given under this Act that is false or misleading in any material things, he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
(2) in any prosecution under this section, when proven that any application, details, statement, account, document or written statement was false or incorrect wholly or partly or misleading in any material particulars, it shall be deemed, until the contrary is proved, that the application, details, statement, account, document or written statement that is false or incorrect or misleading in material, whichever is required , in the knowledge of the person signing, send or set it up.
(3) if any person — (a) falsify, change, tease, damages, defaces, use or lends to or allows to be used by any other person of any mark, plate or document required by this Act to be carried or exhibited on a motor vehicle, or any certificate of registration, license, certificate of insurance or certificate of guarantee under part IV;
(b) makes or has in the proportion of any mark, plate or document which hardly resembles any mark, plate or document the previously calculated as to deceive;
(c) change any entry made in a certificate of insurance, certificate of warranty, register, register, licence or other document issued or kept under this Act;
148 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (d) issue a certificate of insurance or certificate of guarantee that is false and not correct, either wholly or partly, or misleading in any material thing;
(e) display on a motor vehicle any licence or identification mark, plate or document which has been altered, tampered with, defaced, dicacatkan or added, or any imitation for a licence, mark, plate or document required under this Act to be carried or exhibited on a motor vehicle;
(f) display on a motor vehicle any licence or identification mark, plate or document which does not belong to the vehicle;
(g) use any driving licence, or a licence to act as a driver or conductor public service vehicle that is falsified, altered, defaced or dicacatkan, or any prescribed badges to be brought by the person, or any licence to which the supplement is not permitted by this Act or any rules thereunder were made;
(h) change, corrupt, hide or cut any endorsement on a driver's license or a license to act as a driver or conductor of a public service vehicle;
(i) provide or maintain or permit the provision or maintenance of false records required to be maintained under this Act; or (j) falsify or permit the falsification of records which are required to be given under this Act, he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.

Provided that in the case of paragraph (e), he will not be found guilty of an offence if he prove that he had acted in good faith and had no reasonable grounds to assume that the license or identification mark, plate or document that has been altered, tampered with, dicacatkan or added to, or license, mark, plate or document is artificial.
Road transport 149 (4) subsection (3) shall, with all necessary modifications, apply in relation to a document evidencing the appointment of road transport officer as they apply in relation to licence.
(5) (a) if any police officer or road transport officer has reasonable cause to believe that the documents carried in a motor vehicle, or any license or certificate of insurance or certificate of warranty or register or records or other documents submitted to him by the driver or person in charge of a motor vehicle pursuant to the provisions of this Act, documents related to it an offence under this section has been done , he may seize the document.
(b) for the purposes of this subsection, the expression "document" shall include a plate or badge, and the power to seize shall include power to remove from the motor vehicle.
(6) in this section the expression "certificate of insurance" and "certificate of guarantee" includes any document issued under the rules made by the Minister pursuant to its powers under part IV to set evidence may be submitted in lieu of the certificate of insurance or certificate of warranty and the phrase "mark" includes the number of the engine or chassis of a motor vehicle.
The liability of the registered owner and the other 109. (1) for the purposes of any prosecution or proceeding under this Act, the registered owner of a motor vehicle shall be deemed to be the owner of the motor vehicle.
(2) unless otherwise required by this Act, any act or omission by any person who becomes the driver of the motor vehicle at the time of material, shall be for the purpose of any prosecution or proceeding under this Act, be deemed to be acts or omissions the registered owner but he satisfaction of the Court that he took all reasonable steps and exercise caution to prevent the Act or omission : provided that this subsection shall not apply to an act or omission of a person driving a motor vehicle in violation of section 41 to 49.
150 333Undang laws of Malaysia ACT (3) in the event of any act or omission by any person who becomes the driver of the motor vehicle at the time of the material, which can be an offence against this Act if done by the registered owner, the driver was also found guilty of them.
(3A) if the licensee is the registered owner of motor vehicle used by any staff in the Commission of an offence under section 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 or 45A and three or more an offence under that section or any combination of that section was done in three years in the course of the job by the same employee, whether involving the same motor vehicle or otherwise , a licensee is guilty of an offence and, on conviction, be liable to a fine not less than fifty thousand dollars and not more than one hundred and fifty thousand ringgit.
(3B) where the offence for the second time or time then under subsection (3A) done within 3 years from the conviction under subsection (3A), the holder of the license can be fined not less than one hundred thousand dollars and not more than five hundred thousand dollars.
(4) If the registered owner is a body corporate, any person who at the time of the offence was a Director, General Manager, Manager, Secretary or other similar officer of the body corporate, or purporting to act on such properties, shall be deemed to be guilty of such offence unless he proves that the offence was done without permission or pembiarannya and that he had sought to prevent the occurrence of the offence as he ought to do given the kind of functions upon the nature and to everything the situation.
(5) for the purposes of this section, "licensee" means a person licensed under paragraph 14 (1) (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) or (g) or subsection 14 (2) of the commercial vehicles Licensing Board, 1987.
Obstruction and interference penalties for 110. Any person who without lawful authority by putting any type of vehicle, article or thing description in the street or near to it or interfere with any drainage which was built on the edge of any road, road transport or menggalang 151 endanger traffic on the road commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Persuading or pressuring 110A. (1) any person who, without lawful authority, persuade or pressing for the purpose of offering services related to receiving hire or reward to carry passengers or commute for hire or reward, whether or not done by that person, in any public place or its ancillary areas or around the place, commits an offence and shall on conviction to a fine not exceeding fifty thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years , or both.
(2) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act, a police officer or a road transport officer can arrest without warrant any person who has committed or is suspected to have committed an offence under this section.
(3) for the purposes of this section, "public place" includes all parts in an airport that can be entered into freely by the public, any road, or any place that has been gazetted as a stop for public service vehicles.
Abetting the offence of 111. (1) any person who abets an offence against this Act shall be punished by the punishment provided for the offence.
(2) If a person convicted as an accomplice commits an offence under subsection (1) (i.e. an offence that if convicted, a drive provided under part II can be suspended or endorsed hereon or the defendant removed the qualifications from holding or getting it) and proved that he is in the motor vehicle at the time of the offence, the offence of which he is convicted shall, for the purposes of Sections relating to the endorsement and suspension of licences and disqualification from holding or obtaining licenses , be deemed to be an offence related to drive a motor vehicle.
152 333Undang ACT of Malaysia Power for arrest and detention, discontinuation of 112. (1) a police officer or traffic warden can arrest without warrant — (a) any person who has committed or is suspected to have committed an offence against sections 41, 42, 44, 45, 45A or 50;
(b) any person, who is not the driver of a motor vehicle, which in her view be guilty of an offence against this Act, other than an offence against any of sections referred to in paragraph (a): provided that the person can not be arrested if he satisfy the officer about his name and place of residence in Malaysia, and that he did not intend to escape;
(c) any person in charge or driving a motor vehicle who have committed or suspected to have committed an offence against this Act, other than an offence against any of sections referred to in paragraph (a): provided that the person can not be captured if — (i) at the request of the officer he submit memandunya to allow the officer to determine the name and address of the holder , date of production and of the authority issuing it; or (ii) who is not a driver of a motor vehicle used for the carriage of passengers for hire or wages or to carry goods, he gave the officer his name and place of residence in Malaysia, unless the officer has reason to suspect that the name and address specified or provided it is false.
Road transport 153 (2) a police officer or traffic warden may require any person it considers to be or have been a passenger in a motor vehicle related to it the officer exercising any power conferred upon him by this section to give it a name and his address; and if such person refuses to give the name and address that he could (subject to subsection 123 (2)) was arrested by the officer without a warrant so that names and addresses can be specified.
(3) a police officer or traffic warden can withstand any bike or trisikal which in its view an offence has been committed with respect to it.
The power of the police in the investigation of 113. (1) every police officer making an investigation under this Act may exercise any or all special powers relating to police investigation in the case can arrest granted to police officer under Chapter XIII Canon Event Criminal [Act 593], and sections 112 to 114 of the Code, shall apply to the statement made by the person to be examined during the investigation.

(2) where any offence against this Act has been committed or suspected to have been committed in the Federal territory of Kuala Lumpur or the Perbadanan Putrajaya, a traffic warden has the authority so requires, either orally or in writing, any person to give any information and any person who fails to provide the information or gives any information which he has reason to believe as false , shall be guilty of an offence.
Road Transport Officer in the investigation of 114. (1) every road transport officer making an investigation under this Act has the power to obtain information, either orally or in writing, of any person who is assumed to know the facts and circumstances of the cases investigated.
(2) any person who, when required by a road transport officer to provide information under this section, refuse to comply with such request by officer or stated as true, information that he knows or there are laws of Malaysia ACT 333154 reason to believe as false, commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding five thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year or to both.
(3) when such information proved to be untrue or incorrect in whole or in part, may not be the dalihan to say that the information or any part thereof has been disalahtafsirkan, or provided by mistake or without the intention of crime or fraud.
Obligation to provide information and the use of the statement as evidence of 115. (1) where the driver of a motor vehicle is said to be or suspected of having committed an offence in connection with the driving of motor vehicles — (a) the owner of the motor vehicle shall give such information as he or she is required to give by a police officer, traffic wardens or road transport officer regarding the identity and address of the person who has to drive the motor vehicle at the time of or approximately at the time of the alleged offence , and licences or licences held by that person, and if he fails to do so within seven days from the date the information required thereof he shall be guilty of an offence unless he proves to the satisfaction of the Court, that he did not know or cannot with reasonable endeavours to ensure the information required; and (b) any other person who has been or ought to take care of the motor vehicle shall, if required as the first, give any information in his power to give, and that can result in the introduction of the driver, and if, within seven days from the date the information is required from them, he fails to do so, he commits an offence.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in any written law, any information provided under this section by any person charged with any offence related to drive a motor vehicle can be used as evidence in the trial of the charge.
Road transport 155 (3) Notwithstanding anything contained in any written law, any statement made by any person to any police officer that a particular motor vehicle being driven by or owned by the person or it is owned by a partnership of which that person also stated that he has become his partner or a corporation that he states that he has been a Director , officers or employees at a some point is admissible as evidence for the purpose of determining by whom the vehicle is being driven or to whom the car belonged.
116. (Cut by the Act A1065).
The jurisdiction of the Court of first class magistrate 116A. Notwithstanding anything contained in any written law to the contrary, the Court of first class magistrate shall have jurisdiction to try any offence under this Act and may drop the full sentence for the offence.
Provision of evidence 117. (1) a certificate of registration shall be prima facie evidence of the registration of a motor vehicle referred to therein, and about details in the register relating to the motor vehicle and the registered owner.
(2) a copy of any entry in any register kept under this Act, purporting to be signed by or on behalf of the person under this Act, are required to keep a register, and certified by or on behalf of that person as an actual copy of the entry, shall be evidence of the matters specified in that entry without proof of the signature or authority of the person who signed the entry or the certificate.
(3) where in any proceedings for an offence against this Act need to prove — (a) that a motor vehicle has been, or has not, registered in the name of any person;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333156 (b) that any person is, or is not, the registered owner of a motor vehicle; or (c) that any person is, or is not, the granted under part II, a certificate purporting to be signed by a Director, Deputy Director or directors and acknowledges the first thing be admissible in evidence and shall be prima facie evidence of the facts certified in the certificate, without proof of the signature of the Director, Deputy Director or directors for the certificate (4) If in any proceedings for an offence against this Act is necessary to prove — (a) that a motor vehicle is, or is not, an authorised vehicle; or (b) that any person is a road transport officer, a certificate purporting to be signed by the Director General, and certify about such things in the past, is admissible in evidence and shall be prima facie evidence of the facts certified in the certificate, without proof of the signature of the Director-General for the certificate.
(5) where in any proceedings for an offence against this Act, any question arises as to the damage or the extent of the damage done to the top of the motor vehicle as a result of an accident or whether a motor vehicle to comply with or is not complying with any provision of this Act relating to the construction, equipment or conditions of use of the motor vehicle, certificate of road transport an officer or any person licensed under this Act that he was checking the motor vehicle and the examination results can be admissible in evidence, and shall constitute prima facie evidence sufficient for any fact or opinions stated therein relating to the construction, equipment or conditions of use of the motor vehicle, and the officer or person licensed under this Act shall be not called for cross-examination on the certificate unless evidence to the contrary provided and found by the Court as reliable , or unless for any reason, the Court thinking cross-examination necessary or required in the interest of Justice: road transport 157 provided that in any case the prosecution intend to give any such certificate as evidence; shall be given to the defendant a copy of the certificate of not less than ten clear days before the commencement of the trial.
(6) where in any proceedings necessary to prove the weight of any load carried by any vehicle, or the weight carried by the axles of the vehicle, a certificate purporting to be signed by — (a) any police officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Chief Police officer or the Commissioner of Police;
(b) any road transport officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General;
(c) any officer of the Department of public works authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director-General of public works or Director of public works of the State, or any officer of the Malaysian highway authority duly authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority;
(d) any traffic warden who is authorized in writing in that behalf by the city or the Perbadanan Putrajaya;
(e) any port authority officer authorized in writing for that purpose by the General Manager of the port authority;
(f) any person licensed under this Act, to handle the weigh bridge or an arbitrator where the vehicle or the load has been weighed, and recommend — (aa) that weigh bridge or the arbitrator has been inspected within the previous six months and found to be accurate by the Inspector, weights and measures; and (bb) the weight of the vehicle or the load, can be accepted by any court as prima facie evidence of the facts certified in the certificate.
(7) where in any proceedings before any court it is necessary to prove that any police officer, Director-General, any Director, any laws of Malaysia ACT 333158

Road Transport Officer, any public servants, any person licensed under the Act or any traffic wardens have been send or convey, or has received or did not receive, any badges, documents, licence, notice, plate or other thing, a certificate purporting to be signed by or on behalf of the police officer, the Director General, Director, road transport officer, public servants, any person licensed under this Act or the traffic wardens and certifies delivery , delivery, receipt or non-receipt badges, documents, licence, notice, plate or the thing, is admissible in evidence and shall be prima facie evidence of the facts certified in the certificate, without proof of the signature on the certificate.
(8) in any proceedings in any court details of a conviction have been endorsed at drive provided under part II can be submitted as prima facie evidence of the conviction.
(9) where in any proceedings for an offence against this Act is necessary to prove that an helmet is or is not a helmet, or a seatbelt is not belts, required under rules made under this Act, a certificate purporting to be signed by the Director or any officer of the National Institute of standards and industrial research of Malaysia is admissible as evidence , and shall be prima facie evidence of any fact or opinions stated in the certificate, without proof of the signature of the Director or such officer at the certificate, and the Director or any officer of the standards and industrial research of Malaysia shall not be called for cross-examination on the certificate unless for any reason the Court think the cross-examination is necessary or required in the interest of Justice.
(10) where in any proceedings necessary to prove the speed of any vehicle, a certificate purporting to be signed by any of the public servants who is an electrical engineer or mechanical engineer and certifying that any equipment used to determine the speed of the vehicles have been inspected within the previous eight months and found to be accurate, shall be accepted by any road transport 159 court as prima facie evidence of the facts certified in the certificate and public servants shall not be called for cross-examination on the certificate unless for any reason, the Court thinking cross-examination necessary or required in the interest of Justice.
Evidence and conviction formerly 117A. (1) for the purposes of judgment under this Act, when the need to prove in any court that the offence for which the person was convicted of the offence for the second time or time then, a certificate purporting to be a record of his conviction before, signed by — (a) any road transport officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Director General; or (b) any police officer authorized in writing in that behalf by the Chief Officer of police or Commissioner of police, who keep records in which conviction is saved, the record is admissible in evidence and shall be prima facie evidence of any fact referred to it.
(2) a certificate under subsection (1) can only be accepted if it is a record in respect of the same offence and conviction is obtained within five years from the date of the conviction.
Delivery and signature notice 118. (1) any notice required to be given or served under this Act, may, unless any other presentation set, sent by registered post to the person affected by it.
(2) If a notice served by registered post, it shall be deemed to have been served on the day following the day the notice should be received, in the ordinary course of post, if the notice at the address — (a) in the case of a company incorporated in Malaysia, at the registered office of the company;
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333160 (b) in the case of a company incorporated outside Malaysia, either to the individual authorized to receive service of process under the companies Act, 1965, at the address filed with the Registrar of companies or the registered office of the company, wherever located;
(c) in the case of an individual or group of persons, to address business or private individual or group address the person's last known.
(3) If a person on it at the address registered letter containing any notice that may be given under this Act to be notified of the fact that there are menantinya registered letter at the post office, and the person refusing or neglecting to take the registered letter, such notice shall be deemed to have been duly delivered to him at the date it informed in this regard.
(4) every notice to be given under this Act by the Director General, Director, road transport officer or police officer shall be signed by the Director General, Director, road transport officer or police officer, as the case may be, or by the person or persons from time to time authorised for that purpose by the Director General, Director, road transport officer or police officer and every such notice shall be valid if the signature of the Director General , Director, road transport officer or police officer or person mentioned earlier that, printed or written on it: provided that any notice under this Act to any person to provide details to the Director General, or any notice under this Act that require the attendance of any person or witness in the presence of the Director-General, shall be signed by the Director General or by any person authorized by him as aforesaid.
General offence and penalty 119. (1) any person who — (a) without lawful excuse, the proof of it lies on that person, refuses to ignore or do anything required to do by this Act;
Road transport 161 (b) without lawful excuse, the proof of it lies on the person, fails to comply with the requirements of any notice served upon him under this Act; or (c) without lawful excuse, the proof of it lies on that person, contravenes or fails to comply with any provision of this Act, commits an offence.
(2) any person who commits an offence under this Act may, if there are any special penalty is provided, in the case of a first conviction, a fine not exceeding * two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months and, in the case of conviction for the second time or time then, to a fine not exceeding four thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twelve months or to both.
(3) any person summoned to answer a charge in respect of any offence under section next May is compounded, can present to answer the allegations either by sendiriannya or by a barrister and solicitor, and may in any such case, by letter sent to the Court by registered post, pleaded guilty of the charge and to comply with the court order, provided that the provisions of this subsection shall not be applicable to any person who has served a notice in pursuant to section 53.
(4) any summons issued in respect of a charge included in subsection (3) shall contain a notice informing the person charged with the will of its rights under that subsection and the amount of the fine to be imposed thereon which sums shall be accompanied by a letter confessions of the offence.
(5) If any person who is represented by a barrister and solicitor, or has pleaded guilty by letter as provided in subsection (3) to imprisonment, the Court shall forthwith issue a warrant for his apprehension, and imprisonment imposed shall start running only after pemberkasan that person under the warrant.
* NOTE — Formerly "one thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months and, in the case of the second or later conviction, a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both" – see Act A1065.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333162 (6) the Minister may make rules for the purpose of prescribing the form of any summons or warrants to be issued pursuant to this section, and generally to enable the provisions of this section in force.
Offence is committed by a body corporate 119A. If an offence under this act committed by the body corporate (whether or not the body corporate has been prosecuted), every Director, the Secretary or Manager of the body corporate shall be deemed to be guilty of such offence unless he proves that the offence was committed without the consent or pembiarannya and that he has undertaken every effort to prevent the Commission of the offence as he ought to be given the kind of functions on it undertook the property and to all the circumstances of the case.
Power to compound 120. (1) any of the following officers, namely — (a) the police officer, the Commissioner of Police or any

the police officer not below the rank of Inspector specifically authorised in writing by name or Office for that purpose by the Minister charged with the responsibility for police;
(b) the Director General or directors or any road transport officer specifically authorised in writing by name or Office for that purpose by the Director General;
(c) Dato Bandar; (cc) the Perbadanan Putrajaya; (d) the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority or any officer who is specifically authorised in writing by name or Office for that purpose by the Director General of the Malaysian highway authority;
(e) an officer of the authority may be specifically authorized in writing by name or Office for that purpose by the Minister charged with the responsibility for local government, road transport 163 may at its discretion mengompaunkan any offence against this Act designated as an offence that can be compounded by such officer or in the case of an officer referred to in paragraph (d) or (e) , any offence against any order or rules made by the appropriate authority under part III, by obtaining from the person reasonably suspected to have committed such offence a sum of money not exceeding three hundred dollars.
(2) the Minister may make rules to prescribe offences that can be is compounded and the manner and procedure thereon.
(3) in this section "the relevant authorities" means the authorities declared as the appropriate authority under paragraph (a), or the local authority as stated in paragraph (b), in the definition of "appropriate authority" in section 67.
Plea of guilty by letter and compound does not affect 121 's insurance policy. If any person has been mengkompaunkan an offence or pleaded guilty by letter of an offence under this Act, there are no any evidence of any such action is admissible in any civil proceeding arising from the same transaction with the offence, and he shall thus be deemed to have not to do, with merely on the ground doing so, breach of any terms of any insurance policy relating to admission of liability without the consent of the insurer.
The Director General shall be notified of the conviction and compound 122. (1) where, during any proceeding, which led to a conviction, or upon conviction of any person for any criminal offence, comes to the knowledge of the court record of the conviction that the person (whether or not that person holds a licence issued under this Act) is, or has become, or is acting as a driver or conductor or the owner of a public service vehicle , goods vehicle or vehicle employees of the Court shall immediately submit the details of the conviction, and of any sentence passed for him, to the Director General.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333164 (2) where any court submit a person with an offence against section 41 to 49, and the conviction that is the holder of a licence to drive a motor vehicle, or of a licence to act as a driver or conductor public service vehicles, goods vehicles or vehicle workers, the Court shall immediately send details of conviction, and any such licence (if such details uncertain) , to the Director which gives the license or to the Director for registration areas in which conviction it may reside.
(3) where any officer had mengkompaunkan an offence pursuant to subsection 120 (1), the offence designated as an offence with particulars of which shall be sent to the Director General, the officer shall immediately submit the details of the offence to the Director General.
No officer uniform shall submit the identity card 123. (1) every police officer or traffic warden when acting on any person under this Act shall, if not uniform, and every road transport officer when acting as such shall, when requested, to declare his Office and submit to the person he took action a document that shows the identity as directed by the Commissioner of police respectively in the case of a police officer , and any identification documents as directed by Dato Bandar or the Perbadanan Putrajaya in terms of traffic wardens, and any identification documents as directed by the Director General in the case of road transport officer, to be brought by a police officer, traffic wardens and road transport officer.
(2) it shall not be an offence for any person who refuses to comply with such request, requirement or order made by any police officer is not uniform, any traffic wardens are not uniform or any road transport officer if police officers, traffic wardens or road transport officer refuses to declare his Office and present his identity when required by that person.
Road transport 165 124 license fee Payment. (1) the Director General or Director may, if it thinks fit and subject to this Act, grant any license upon receipt of a cheque of the amount of the fee payable for him or for any other means of payment as specified by the Minister.
(2) where a cheque is issued or other payment made in respect of a license fee is then not entertained, the license was not valid from the date it is given, and the Director General or Director, as the case may be, shall send to the person who issued the license, by registered letter addressed to him at the address diberinya, a notice requires it to send the licence to the Director General or Director , as the case may be, within seven days from the date the notice is posted and if that person fails to comply with the notice within that period, he commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding two thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or to both.
Declaration of public body 124A. The Minister may declare any body as a public body for the purposes of this Act.
The Minister may authorize any person to exercise the functions of Director of 125. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, the Minister may by rules empower any person, on condition that it regards eligible, to exercise any function of the Director under this Act with respect to the licensing of motor vehicles and the licensing of drivers of the motor.
Minister's power to authorize or provide a license.
126. (1) Notwithstanding anything in this Act, the Minister shall have the power to authorize or provide the licence on such conditions as it thinks fit to any person to perform any of the functions of an officer road transport under this act as it considers necessary.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333166 (2) the Minister may make rules for the purposes of subsection (1), and in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, may make rules with respect to any of the following matters: (a) to prescribe charges, fees or levy shall be paid to any person authorised or licensed under subsection (1) in respect of the service be held;
(b) to set the qualifications of the person to be employed by the person authorized or licensed under subsection (1) and to regulate their competency;
(c) to prescribe the types of records that must be kept by the person authorized or licensed under subsection (1);
(d) to specify the type of the statement shall be submitted by the person authorized or licensed under subsection (1) to the Director General at certain intervals; and (e) to regulate the examination by the Director General shall be the premises of authorized person or licensed under subsection (1) and records kept there.
(3) the Minister may, by order published in the Gazette, give the person authorised or licensed under subsection (1) to request, collect and store charge, fee or levy prescribed under subsection (2) in respect of service held by him.
(4) an order under subsection (3) shall state — (a) types of services in respect of which charges, fees or levies can be requested, collected or stored;
(b) the person is authorized to request, collect and store charges, fees or levies it; and (c) the duration of the authorisation to request, collect and store charges, fees or levies it.
Road transport 167 (5) any person authorized under subsection (3) shall — (a) saving any accounts, books and records with respect to the payment and collection of charges, fees or levies required by the Director General;
(b) submit to the Director-General of any information, statements and accounts with respect to the payment and collection of charges, fees or levies required by the Director General; and (c) authorize the Director-General or any officer authorized in writing by him to gain access to or inspect or examine any documents, machinery or equipment that is maintained or used for payment or collection charges, fees or levies.

(6) Authorization of any person under subsection (3) does not make the Federal Government be liable to any person in respect of any injury, damage or loss caused by failure of the authorised or licensed to carry out its obligations under the Act in respect of which charges, fees or levies requested, collected and stored.
(7) If a person who is authorized or licensed under subsection (1) contravenes or fails to comply with any condition of the authorisation or licence or any provision of this section or rules made thereunder for which no penalty is provided specifically that person commits an offence and shall on conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding ten thousand ringgit or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or to both.
(8) Although any person duly authorised or granted a licence under this section to exercise any of the functions of a road transport officer, the Minister may give directions to the Director General or Director so as to carry out any such functions.
Cancellation 126A. (1) any authorisation or licence issued under section 126 shall, unless sooner revoked, remain in force for such period as may be determined by the Minister.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333168 (2) the Minister may revoke any authorization or licence issued under section 126.
Rules 127. (1) the Minister may make rules for any purposes for which rules may be made under this Act and for prescribing any matter that may be prescribed under this Act, and in General for the purpose of enforcing this Act, and in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, may make rules with respect to any of the following matters: (a) language and script to be written for any traffic signal , notices, records, application, statement or other document;
(b) the exemption, with or without conditions, for any person, or class of persons, or vehicles or classes of vehicles, from the need to comply with any requirements of this Act;
(c) documents, plates and markings that are carried by vehicles or any class of vehicles permitted and the way documents, plate and the mark brought;
(d) the determination of the number of passengers of a public service vehicle or a vehicle hire and drive were built or adapted to take him and the number of which can be carried;
(e) carriage of baggage of passengers and goods (including packaging) in the public service vehicles;
(f) equipment that will be brought by a public service vehicle;
(g) types of taxi meter that can be allowed, limitation of its use and control over the testing, repair and maintenance of taxi meter;
(h) the carriage of passengers in a vehicle-goods vehicles;
(i) granting vocational licences to drivers and conductors of public service vehicles, vehicles and goods vehicles, application procedures for the licences, the conditions attached to it, and the fee will be charged and the mode of payment thereof;
Road transport 169 (j) test of the applicant's licences drivers of public service vehicles;
(k) the conduct of persons who acquire vocational license and how the introduction to worn by them;
(l) the behavior of person employed in or in connection with public service vehicles, the behavior of passengers, on the way in or dropped a public service vehicle and conduct prospective passengers who are waiting to take a public service vehicle;
(m) transfer from a public service vehicle of any person who contravenes the rules made under paragraph (l);
(n) require passenger in a public service vehicle that is reasonably suspected by the driver or konduktornya violate the rules made under paragraph (1) to provide your name and address to a police officer or to the driver, conductor or ticket inspector on demand;
(o) requiring passenger in a public service vehicle so declare, if requested so by the driver, conductor or ticket Examiners will ride he means through or have been through, in the vehicle, so that fare-paying for the whole of the journey and so receive any ticket assigned to him;
(p) require that, if a claim is made for that purpose by the driver, conductor or other person authorized by the licensee for a public service vehicle, production while in the journey and surrender at the end of the journey, by the holder, of any ticket issued to him;
(q) requiring passenger in a public service vehicle, if so required by the driver or conductor, so that left the vehicle at the end of the journey for fares paid by him;
(r) requires surrender by the holder, expiration or end which is provided for him, ticket issued to him.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333170 (2) any rules made by the Minister under this Act shall be published in the Gazette.
Repeal, transitional and saving * 128. (1) Road Traffic Ordinance 1958 [Ord. No. 49 1958] and Order Modification of law (Road Traffic Ordinance) (Expansion and renovation) 1984 [P.U. (A) 136/1984] in so far as it is not relating to the licensing of commercial vehicles are hereby repealed: provided that all subsidiary legislation made under the repealed Ordinance in so far as it is not relating to the licensing of commercial vehicles shall be deemed to have been made under this Act and shall remain in force until amended or revoked underneath it: provided further that any certificate, permit, license plate, certificate of registration mark, or any other document in respect of a motor vehicle, or any lack of fees or any exemption, issued or granted under the repealed Ordinance and in force immediately before the commencement of this Act, shall, as far as production or provision is not inconsistent with this Act , deemed to have been issued or granted under this Act and shall remain in force until it is due, or be adjusted, altered or revoked thereunder.
(2) where any appeal in respect of a decision made under the repealed Ordinance is pending before any authority or court or when any right to appeal with respect to the decision have been accrued, proceedings in respect of the appeal or in respect of any appeal under right of appeal accrued shall be continued or held, as the case may be, under this act as if in respect of the decision under this Act subject to all instructions of the authority or the Court, as the case may be, describing it eligible or expedient to provide in the matter.
* NOTE — see section 37 of the Act — Amendment this A878 shall be deemed to have become an integral part of section 128, starting from January 1, 1988 and any act done or proceeding commenced in respect of commercial vehicles during the period between that date and the currency Act A878 and continuing thereafter, if any, are hereby declared to be a valid and according to law , and shall be deemed to be and always and at all times lawful and in accordance with the law.
Road transport 171 Power Minister to make additional transitional provisions, etc.
129. the Minister may, by rules, make such provisions as it may deem necessary or expedient for the purpose of getting rid of any inconvenience caused by the currency of this Act, any such method shall be made so as to be in force from the date of commencement of this Act.
Laws of Malaysia ACT 333172 laws of MALAYSIA Act 333 road transport act 1987 LIST AMENDMENT law short title force of the Act amending the A709 road transport Act 15-01-1989 (Amendment) 1988 Act A878 road transport Act 04-03-1994 (Amendment) Act 1994 Act A891 road transport Act 08-07-1994 (Amendment) Act 1994 Act A973 road transport Act 01-01-1997 (Amendment) 1996 for paragraph 2 (a), 2 (b), 2 (c) , paragraph 12 (a), sections 18 to 33, paragraph 35 (b), sections 38 and 40;
Act A1065 road transport 01-10-1999 (Amendment) Act 1999 in respect of paragraph 2 (a), 2 (d) and 2 (e); sections 3, 4 and 18; subparagraph 19 (a) (i), 19 (b) (i), paragraph 19 (c) except in so far as it is in relation to the inclusion of paragraph 65 (4) (e) into the road transport act 1987, 19 (d), 19 (e) and 19 (f);
section 21, 23, 26, 28 and 29. (see P.U. (B) 382/1999)
Road transport 173 18-04-2000 in respect of paragraph 2 (b) and 2 (c); section 5 to 17; subparagraph 19 (a) (ii), 19 (b) (ii), paragraph 19 (c) in so far as it is in relation to the inclusion of paragraph 65 (4) (e) into the road transport act 1987 and paragraph 19 (g); sections 20, 22, 24, 25 and 27. (see P.U. (B) 94/2000)
A1101 road transport Act Act 28-04-2005 for (Amendment) Act 2001 section 10 to 15 and sections 17 to 19 (see P.U. (B) 156/2005);
another section is not yet in force Act A1262 road transport Act 06-03-2006 (Amendment) 2006 law short title force amend from laws of Malaysia ACT 333174 laws of MALAYSIA Act 333 road transport act 1987 LIST SECTION AMENDED Section Power amend with effect from

2 Act A709 15-01-1989 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 01-10-1999 18-04-2000 Act A1262 06-03-2006 3 Act A1065 01-10-1999 3A Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A891 08-07-1994 4 Act A1065 01-10-1999 5 Act A878 04-03-1994 7 Act A709 15-01-1989 9 Act A1065 18-04-2000 10 Act A878 04-03-1994 12 Act A878 04-03-1994 13 Act A878 04-03-1994 14 Act A878 04-03-1994 16 Act A891 08-07-1994 17 Act A709 15-01-1989 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A891 08-07-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 (for 12 ' ( b)) road transport 175 19 Act A878 04-03-1994 20 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A891 08-07-1994 22 Act A878 04-03-1994 27 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 29 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 34A A1101 Act 28-04-2005 35 Act A709 15-01-1989 Act A973 01-01-1997 35A A973 Act 01-01-1997 Act A1101 28-04-2005 36 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A1101 28-04-2005 37 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 38 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1101 28-04-2005 41 A973 Act 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 Act A1101 28-04-2005 42 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 43 A973 Act 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 44 A973 Act 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 Act A1101 28-04-2005 45 A973 Act 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 45A Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 Section Power amend the effect from the laws of Malaysia ACT 333176 45B Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 45 c Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 45D Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A1065 18-04-2000 45E Act A878 04-03-1994 45F Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A1065 18-04-2000 45 c Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 Act A1065 18-04-2000 48 Act A878 04-03-1994 50 Act A878 04-03-1994 A878 Act 53 04-03-1994 54 A973 Act 01-01-1997 58 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A1101 28-04-2005 59 Act A891 08-07-1994 60 Act A891 08-07-1994 61 Act A891 08-07-1994 63 Act A891 08-07-1994 Act A1065 01-10-1999 A878 Act 65 04-03-1994 Act A1065 01-10-1999 18-04-2000 66 Act A709 15-01-1989 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 (for recreation and 35 (b)) Act A1065 18-04-2000 Section Power amend with effect from road transport 177 66A Act A891 08-07-1994 66B Act A891 08-07-1994 66C Act A891 08-07-1994 66D Act A891 08-07-1994 66DA A1101 Act 28-04-2005 66E Act A891 08-07-1994 66F Act A891 08-07-1994 66G Act A891 08-07-1994 67 Act A1065 01-10-1999 69 Act A709 15-01-1989 Act A878 04-03-1994 70 Act A878 04-03-1994 71 Act A878 04-03-1994 72 Act A878 04-03-1994 85A Act A878 04-03-1994 90 Act A878 04-03-1994 A709 Act 108 15-01-1989 Act A878 04-03-1994 109 Act A1065 18-04-2000 110A Act A1262 06-03-2006 112 Act A878 04-03-1994 113 Act A1065 01-10-1999 116 Act A1065 18-04-2000 116A Act A1065 18-04-2000 117 A709 Act 15-01-1989 Act A878 04-03-1994 Act A891 08-07-1994 Act A1065 01-01-1999 Section Power amend the effect from the laws of Malaysia ACT 333178 117A A973 Act 01-01-1997 A878 Act 118 04-03-1994 119 A709 Act 15-01-1989 Act A1065 18-04-2000 119A Act A891 08-07-1994 A878 Act 120 04-03-1994 Act A1065 01-10-1999 Act A1101 28-04-2005 123 Act A1065 01-10-1999 124A Act A878 04-03-1994 A891 Act 126 08-07-1994 Act A973 01-01-1997 126A Act A891 08-07-1994 128 Act A878 04-03-1994 Section Power amend with effect from

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