Malaysia Transport Minister Anthony Loke just announced a lorry ban, and that seven major offences will be non-compoundable this Chinese New Year!
CNY 2023 : Traffic Offenders Will Be Sent To Court!
On Wednesday, 17 January 2023, the Transport Minister of Malaysia, Anthony Loke, announced that seven traffic offences will be non-compoundable throughout the Chinese New Year festive season.
Motorists who commit these seven offences will no longer be allowed to just pay a fine, but will instead be referred to the courts.
- Cutting queue
- Overtaking on double lines
- Running the red light
- Driving over the speed limit
- Using mobile phones while driving
- Not wearing a seat belt or helmet
- Driving on the emergency lane
To ensure stricter enforcement this year, about 2,000 JPJ enforcement officers will be deployed this Chinese New Year to reduce accidents and deaths.
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CNY 2023 : Lorries + Heavy Vehicles Banned!
He also announced that lorries and other heavy vehicles will be banned from the roads during the Chinese New Year festive season to reduce traffic congestion. The ban on heavy vehicles will last four days:
- two days from January 20 to 21
- two days from January 24 to 25
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