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How to Change Owner Motorcycle Name in JPJ

How to change owner motorcycle name in JPJ. SHALLOM, entry this time is, I want to teach you how to change the name of the owner of the motorcycle to a new buyer or you want to buy a motorcycle from others.

This procedure is only applicable in the country of Malaysia and you are subject to the rules of the Road Transport Department Malaysia (Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia or JPJ). In fact, very easy to change the name of the owner.

How to change owner motorcycle name in jpj
Well, I want to share ways to change the name of your motorbike to new buyers. I never sold my motorbike to new buyers and this experience, I will present to you for the setup needs to be done before the name change process, you must provide some documents such as

- A copy of the Identity Card
- A copy of the grant motorcycles
- Original grant
- IC

Documents to be provided by the new buyer

- A copy of the Identity Card
- IC 

If you have provided the necessary documents, you must first bring new buyers to get new insurance for motorcycles to be sold. The new insurance payment depends on the agreement you. Whether, buyers own conduct insurance payments or yourself.

How to Change Owner Motorcycle Name in JPJ
You can choose any insurance company registered vehicles as Kurnia Insurance, ETIQA, Alliance and many others. Motorcycle insurance must be purchased by new buyers because the JPJ will not process the name change if a new buyer does not have a new insurance.

If the new buyers have been getting motorcycle insurance in the insurance company, brought the buyer to JPJ to process the name change. Go to the counter and ask for a form to change the name of the motorcycle voluntarily. They will give you two forms to be filled and after you have completed the form, take a number and wait your turn to be called.

When you have to queue number, go to the counter with a new buyer and complete the necessary forms and documents. The front desk staff will check your forms and documents. If all forms are completed and adequate documentation, they will process the change of name of the new owner of the motorcycle in minutes and chop the fingers of both sellers and buyers will be required.

Upon completion of the conversion process name in grants motorcycle, you will be charged in approximately RM 40 for processing. If completed, be sure to ask road tax motorcycle. Well, it has been completed and you've managed to do what the change of ownership of your motorcycle with the new buyer.

Motorcycles for more than a year did not renew road tax.
If the motorcycle doesn't renew road tax more than a year, you can not make the change of name and the purchase of insurance for motorcycles. You must go to PUSPAKOM for inspection and will be charged for the processing of RM 30.

Conclusion.
This is the process of name change if you buy or sell new motorcycles to buyers. I hope this guide is helpful to you and if you have any questions, leave your comments below and I'll try to help you. Hope to see you again in the next entry. Have a nice day. 




7 comments

Hi there...
The information is very useful.

I have few doubts.
I am a foreigner here and I bought a bike from one dealer in klang.
Now I want to sell it.
I have the transfer paper only.

Do I need to do the puspakom again and where do I do this?

Also can I transfer the bike without doing puspakom and may be the buyer can do it later on his own?

Also can I transfer the bike without doing puspakom and may be the buyer can do it later on his own?

What do you mean transfer paper? Is it grants motorcycle? You are required to Puspakom if the motorcycle has been more than a year without roadtax. If roadtax not expired, you should get a new motorcycle insurance for new buyers and can continue to JPJ (Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan/ Road Transport Department) for the change of name along with a new buyer. Documents required are
1. MyKad or Passport
2. MyKad or Passport for new buyers
3. Processing money in the budget of RM 40
4. A copy of the grant motorcycles and Original grant

You are required to Puspakom if the motorcycle has been more than a year without road tax. This is because the document Puspakom inspection is required during the process of the change of name in JPJ.

Hi, Thank you for all this information. I didn't knew i have to pay to renew my road tax for my scooter, i will do it tomorrow. I think i should have renew it in september, so just 2 months without road tax, so can i sell my scooter without going to puspakom ?

yes, you do not need to Puspakom but make sure you get a motorcycle insurance in the name of the new owner, and then you can make name changes in RTD (JPJ).

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