RM20 road charge waiver will benefit M’sians who own Singapore registered vehicles, says Dr Wee

PETALING JAYA: The RM20 road charge has been waived for Singapore registered private vehicles entering Malaysia from April 1 to 7, said Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

The Transport Minister said the move will benefit Malaysians who own Singapore registered vehicles.

“I announced yesterday (March 29) to waive the RM20 road charges for all Singapore registered vehicles.

“I believe the waiver will help everyone reach home in the shortest time possible smoothly. Please drive carefully and safely,” he said in a video posted on his Facebook page on Wednesday (March 30).

He also reminded those who like to travel to Malaysia to renew or reload their Touch ‘n Go cards.

“Please also register your vehicles and install the RFID VEP tag.

“To all our friends in Singapore, I believe many of you have not been home for a long time or entered Malaysia via land transport.

“From this Friday (April 1), both countries will allow all fully vaccinated travellers to travel to Malaysia via land without having to undergo quarantine or taking pre-departure or on arrival Covid-19 test,” he said.

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