Driving License Renewal

1. When is the effective date of my renewed license once I renew the license online?
2. What Vehicles Classes do you offer for License Renewal?
3. Currently I own a Probation Driving License. Can I renew my driving license at MyEG?
4. Can I apply for an International License with MyEG Services?
5. How can I obtain the renewal slip?
6. What is the time frame which I can receive my renewal slip if I choose the Delivery method?
7. If I click "Do Not Require Renewal Slip" on the Collection Method, how can others know that I have renewed my license?
8. How do I make payment for online renewal of driving license?
9. What is the permitted period to renew a license with MyEG Services?
10. How much do I need to pay to renew my driving license?
11. How do I renew my license using MyEG Services?
12. Do I have to submit my photograph to renew the license online?
13. For the last 4 years, I have not renewed my license and I intend to renew it with MyEG. Am I able to do so?
14. What is meant by expiry date of CDL according to date of birth?
15. What is the rationale for initiating the date of birth of the license holder upon the expiry of CDL?
16. What type of driving license is involved in this initiative?
17. When did this initiative take effect?
18. Who are the affected license holders?
19. Are there any structural changes or new rates imposed for the implementation of this initiative?
20. Will the government provide any incentives while undertaking the new system of renewal incorporating the date of birth?
21. Based on the incentives provided by the Government on the date of birth CDL license, how is the rate calculated?
22. Has the Government fixed a timeframe for the CDL holders to receive this incentive?
23. If my CDL license expires a month prior to my date of birth, do I need to wait for my next date of birth to renew my driving license?
24. Will there be any penalties for the CDL holders who are late in renewing their license after the first adjustment is made according to date of birth?
25. Are the CDL holders born on 29 February in a leap year also affected by the adjustment?


1. When is the effective date of my renewed license once I renew the license online?
Your renewed license will be effective according to the expiry date as stated on the existing license. You may also check your expiry date by following this link and entering your IC number:

http://www.jpj.gov.my/tarikh-luput-lesen-memandu


2. What Vehicles Classes do you offer for License Renewal?
Currently we process Class D (for cars) and Class B (for motorcycles). We also provide license renewal for all classes of vehicles which have been authorised by JPJ.


3. Currently I own a Probation Driving License. Can I renew my driving license at MyEG?
For PDL holders, the license must be referred back to JPJ. MyEG only caters for the renewal of Driving License (CDL).


4. Can I apply for an International License with MyEG Services?
An International License can only be renewed with JPJ. Please visit the nearest JPJ office for this renewal process.


5. How can I obtain the renewal slip?
There are 3 methods in obtaining the renewal slip:

  1. Delivery to your address
  2. Collection at our e-Services centres
  3. Loading the renewed license information in MyKad

6. What is the time frame within which I can receive my renewal slip if I choose the Delivery method?
The renewal slip will be delivered to your address within 5 working days.


7. If I click "Do Not Require Renewal Slip" on the Collection Method, how can others know that I have renewed my license?
If you do not wish to have the renewal slip, you may update your license information into your MyKad at the selected JPJ State counters or all JPN State offices.

For more information, please call JPJ Hotline (1JPJCC) on 03-8315 9200 or JPN hotline on 03-8880 7000.


8. How do I make payment for the Online License Renewal?
There are 3 ways to make payment:

  1. Credit Card
  2. FPX (Direct deduction from your bank account)
  3. E-Cash accounts (Driving Institutes only).

9. What is the permitted period to renew the license with MyEG Services?
The maximum renewal period to renew your license is 5 years.


10. How much do I need to pay to renew my driving license?

Year(s)
RM
1
30.00
2
60.00
3
90.00
4
120.00
5
150.00

For every renewal, a fee of RM2.00 shall be levied for e-Services charge and an additional charge will be levied to those who prefer to have the license delivered.

Depending on the location, the rates are as follows:

  • Klang Valley : RM 5.00
  • Peninsular Malaysia : RM 6.00
  • Sabah & Sarawak : RM 10.00

11. How do I renew my license using MyEG Services?

  • Once you are logged in at www.myeg.com.my, select Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan > Driving License Renewal.
  • Fill in all the details in the relevant fields.
  • Select your collection method and your mode of payment.
  • Click [Submit].
  • Fill in your payment details.
  • Once the transaction is successful, you will be issued a receipt.
  • Please print this receipt for your reference.

12. Do I have to submit my photograph to renew the license online?
No. We do not require any photograph to accompany the slip. The slip produced will be similar to the one obtained from the Post Office or JPJ.


13. For the last 4 years, I have not renewed my license and I intend to renew it with MyEG. Am I able to do so?
If you have not renewed your license for more than 3 years, you will need to re-apply your license at JPJ. Click this link to go to JPJ's eRayuan Lesen:
http://portal.jpj.gov.my/erayuan/main/index.php


14. What is meant by expiry date of CDL according to date of birth?
The new effective expiry date of the driving license will be adjusted in accordance to applicant's next date of birth.


15. What is the rationale for initiating the date of birth of the license holder upon the expiry of CDL?
The rationales of this initiative are:

  1. To facilitate the licensee in remembering their driver's license renewal date.
  2. To reduce inactive license holders and appeals for driving license renewal that has expired for more than 3 years.
  3. As an alternative to the alert notifications system implemented by JPJ.

16. What type of driving license is involved in this initiative?
This initiative involves the CDL driver's license only.


17. When did this initiative take effect?
This initiative was implemented on 20 November 2011.


18. Who are the affected license holders?

  • Implementation of this initiative will involve all CDL holders (citizen and non-citizen) including those that will change their licenses from PDL to CDL.
  • For license holders with more than 4 years tenure, the adjustment of CDL expiry date to their birth date can only be implemented when the balance is less than 4 years as there are no further extensions exceeding 5 years.

19. Are there any structural changes or new rates imposed for the implementation of this initiative?
The implementation of this initiative does not involve changes to the fee structure of the existing CDL License and is maintained as follows:

  1. RM20 per year for A, B, and C class licenses.
  2. RM30 per year for non A, B, and C class licenses.

20. Will the government provide any incentives while undertaking the new system of renewal incorporating the date of birth?

  1. The government has agreed to the following:
    1. Provide incentives to all CDL holders with Malaysian citizenship only.
    2. Adjustments to the amount for free or rebate of 50% to the CDL for citizens of Malaysia.
    3. The adjustment fee/rebate is given only once.
  2. For Non- Malaysian nationality CDL holders, the fee imposed is based on the pro-rated amount for the requested CDL rounded to the month of birth.

21. Based on the incentives provided by the Government on the date of birth CDL license, how is the rate calculated?
For Malaysian citizen CDL License Holders, the renewal period is as follows:

[ Next Renewal Period ] + [ Duration between expiry and next date of birth ]
If the duration is between 1 to 6 months to the next birth date, the government will incur the adjustment fee for the extended period where the operational date of the CDL will be adjusted automatically according to the date of birth.

If the duration is more than 6 months, the fees will be charged as follows:

  1. RM30 for class A, B and C licenses - where the current amount is RM20 for a period of one year and RM10 charge for the remaining next period exceeding 6 months but less than 12 months.
  2. RM45 for other than class A, B and C licenses - where the current amount is RM30 for a period of one year and the balance of RM15 is charged to the next period exceeding 6 months but less than 12 months.

Sample illustration for the date of birth and the amount of calculation is as follows:

Existing license validity : 22/02/2011 – 19/2/2012
CDL class : D
Renewal period : 1 Year
License holder date of birth: 10/10/1980
Based on current system, the next validity period is: 20/2/2012 – 19/2/2013
Duration between license expiry date & subsequent date of birth: 20/2/2013 – 10/10/2013 = 7 months, 20 days

With the implementation of this initiative:
Renewal fee = RM30 (20/2/2012 – 19/2/2013) plus adjustment fee = RM15 (20/2/2013 – 10/10/2013)
New total amount = RM45
New license expiry date = 10/10/2013


22. Has the Government fixed a timeframe for the CDL holders to receive this incentive?
The government did not set a specific period for this incentive. The current and new CDL holders are eligible to receive one (1) incentive only.


23. If my CDL license expires a month prior to my date of birth, do I need to wait for my next date of birth to renew my driving license?
A licensee does not have to wait until their date of birth. License renewal may be applied before or on the driver's license expiry date and the system will automatically calculate the new effective date for the driving license according to the next date of birth.


24. Will there be any penalties for the CDL holders who are late in renewing their license after the first adjustment is made according to the date of birth?

  • With this new system, the driver's license expiry date will always be adjusted automatically to the date of birth.
  • If the CDL holder forgets or delays to renew their driving license after the first adjustment, the renewal fee charges will be based on the normal rate of renewal schedule (i.e. 2, 3, 4 and 5 years).
  • These rates are applied to re-align the renewal period by date of birth and to ensure effective period of renewed CDL license is not less than one year as determined under subsection 27 (5) of the Road Transport Act 1987.

25. Are CDL holders born in a leap year on 29 February also affected by the adjustment?

  • For CDL holders whose date of birth is on 29 February, the effective date of their CDL license is on 28 February and the new effective date is on 1 March.
  • If they choose not to use this date (28 February & 1 March), they must renew their CDL on 29 February for a period of four years, i.e. renewal to the next leap year.
 

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