JPJ to launch e-testing in April
Published on: Monday, January 17, 2022
By: Bernama
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The JPJ officer and candidate will not sit together in the car during the circuit session while undergoing the test. (Bernama pic)
PUTRAJAYA: The e-testing system, which measures a candidate’s performance via an electronic driving test and generates the test result in real-time, will be launched in April.

Road Transport Department (JPJ) director-general Zailani Hashim said the automated driving test and training system was now at the proof of concept (POC) stage and was expected to be launched during JPJ’s 76th celebration.

He said the number of testers would be reduced when the e-testing system was implemented because it needed only two testers compared to seven currently as the process would be assisted by tech gadgets.

“The results of the tests will be known immediately compared to two weeks currently,” he told the media after the 2022 New Year mandate ceremony here today.

Zailani said the e-testing system still involved class learning, circuit and road sessions. But the officer and candidate will not sit together in the car during the circuit session while the other two would remain unchanged.

He said the system had been adopted in countries like South Korea and Japan.

Malaysia was also heading in that direction to boost service efficiency and public trust in the driving licence testing system.

Zailani said JPJ was striving towards the digitisation of motor vehicle licences and driving licences to enable its businesses to be conducted via hybrid methods in stages.

“This can ease counter congestion. Renewal can also be done online anywhere and at any time,” he said.

Meanwhile, Zailani said JPJ targeted the collection of revenue this year to rise to RM4.12 billion compared to RM4 billion last year with the digitisation effort.

He said the department would receive 100 additional kiosks this year to be stationed at its branches nationwide and selected locations, such as the finance ministry and the prime minister’s department, and also 20 mobile vans.

“With the availability of the facility and additional budget like this, I am confident JPJ’s aspiration to collect a revenue of RM4.12 billion for 2022 can be achieved.”

Zailani said JPJ collected RM7.4 million from the 80% discount offered on all summonses in conjunction with the Malaysian Family Aspiration celebration, which was extended until last Dec 31.

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