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Rule 5 (1) and Rule 5 (3) of the 2000 Amendment of the Motor Vehicle Rules (Prohibition on Specific Types of Glass) set the translucence level of the windshield at no less than 70% and the rear and side windows at no less than 50%.
Exception on tinted window
Exception is given to certain owners under Rules 11 (a) and 11 (b), Motor Vehicle Rules (Prohibition on Specific Types of Glass) 1991. Those who are not qualified for this exception under the aforementioned Rules but require it for safety or medical reasons, can still apply for an exception. Offenders face a penalty of:
Applicants need to write an application letter to the Director-General of JPJ Malaysia and fill up the CG1 Form which can be acquired from all state JPJ headquarters for free. All applications must include:
All applications will be processed and forwarded to the Director-General of JPJ for approval.
The permission for the use of tinted windows is only for one year and must be renewed when the duration ends.
The renewal application must be made three (3) months before the duration of the initial permission is up, by submitting these documents:
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