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Southeast Asia Centre Malaysia license plate


Brief Introduction:

Malaysian registration plates are displayed at the front and rear of all private and commercial 

motorised vehicles in Malaysia, as required by law. The issuing of the number plates is 

regulated and administered by the Malaysian Road Transport Department (Malay: Jabatan 

Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia) or JPJ.


Design Different Type of Vehicles:


The current standard for Malaysian number plates were originally derivatives of pre-1932 

number plate formats in the United Kingdom, first issued after the introduction of motorised 

vehicles in the 1900s during British rule. Number plates are typically issued and are formatted 

similarly for any motorised vehicle that runs on rubber tyres, including most road-legal 

private, commercial and industrial vehicles, motorcycles, emergency vehicles, and selected 

heavy equipment (such as agricultural tractors, truck-mounted cranes and backhoe loaders). 

With the exception of those issued for taxis, vehicle dealers and diplomats, all vehicle number 

plates in Malaysia have white characters on black background for both front and rear plates, 

regardless of the vehicle type.


Standards for number plate designs have been defined by the Road Transport Department

but are only practiced to an extent. Character size, layouts, and colour use are more strictly 

enforced for accurate identification and optimum visibility. However, the dimensions of the

plates displaying the license number are more loosely enforced. While many vehicles display 

plates in regulation dimensions or are housed in dealer plate frames with standardised 

dimensions, some license plates are outlined to precisely fit into vastly larger recessed spaces 

holding the rear license plates, or appear with reduced or custom dimensions where no 

proper alcoves exist, as commonly practiced on the front fenders and fairings of most 

motorcycles and the front of sports cars.


Early Malaysian number plates were made of pressed metal, but were largely superseded 

by plastic plates since the 1970s, with characters either printed on or molded in plastic 

pieces. The reasons for the popularity of plastics plates in Malaysia were related to cost 

and metal theft. That said, the disadvantages of using plastic plates include; its fragility; 

the ease of reproduction which advantages criminals like car cloning syndicates; 

the yellowing of the letters due to age and exposure to extreme environmental conditions;

 the letters dropping off due to the reduction in adhesiveness of the glue used to stick the 

white plastic letters onto the black plastic plate; and the reduction of letter spacing (kerning)

 in between the individual letters to evade speed cameras and easy identification. This results

 in an inability of enforcement agencies to identified the correct registration.


General Plates Display:


Basic Information
  • Year Established
    --
  • Business Type
    --
  • Country / Region
    --
  • Main Industry
    --
  • Main Products
    --
  • Enterprise Legal Person
    --
  • Total Employees
    --
  • Annual Output Value
    --
  • Export Market
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  • Cooperated Customers
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