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Singapore car travel to Malaysia required Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) from Oct 1, 2024

The Transport Minister has announced that the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) system, which was initially introduced in 2019, will now be fully enforced at both the Johor Causeway and the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link.

According to the Minister, the VEP tag will cost foreign vehicle owners only RM10 per tag and will be valid for a period of five years. This initiative aims to streamline cross-border vehicle management and improve traffic flow between the two nations.

Foreign vehicle owners from Singapore have the option to either bring their vehicles to Malaysia for RFID tag installation or request to have the tags delivered to them for self-installation. This flexibility ensures that vehicle owners can choose the most convenient method to comply with the new regulations.

The Minister also emphasized the importance of timely compliance, encouraging all foreign vehicle owners to register, install, and activate their VEP RFID tags within the next four months, before the October deadline.

Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) is a permit issued by the Road Transport Department (under Section 66H of the Road Transport Act 1987) that allows the entry of foreign vehicles into Malaysia. Owners or representatives duly appointed by the owners of ALL foreign registered vehicles entering Peninsular Malaysia are required to register online for VEP through this portal. VEP registered vehicles will be issued non-transferrable RFID tags that uniquely identify each vehicle.

Road charge (RC) is a fee imposed on all foreign registered private vehicles (excluding motorcycles) when entering Malaysia. The fee of RM20.00 will be charged each time these vehicles enter the country.

More info VEP

To track your VEP Tag Application status, please login to https://vepams.jpj.gov.my

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