I just renew my Mistushi Storm L200 model with a engine capacity of below 2499 cc for half yearly, but to my suprise the rate is the same as old rate no change. For your information this car is private register. Can you please let me know is there any rebate or any reduction on the road tax rate?
Thank you….wait for your reply…hopefully…
Comment by michael lim — September 6, 2008 @ 10:36 am
Michael: Old rate as in last year’s rate? I believe that the discounted rate has been applied since 2 years back.
The status of your car registration (either private or corporate) should not have any bearings on the road tax rate. The private/corporate status would only have an impact on your insurance premium, where for corporate registered vehicles, you will be charged an additional 5% company service tax.
There’s the popular RM 625 rebate, where you have to filled up a few forms at the Post Office or JPJ to be eligible for it.
The obvious difference being for vehicles under Company, 5% service tax is levied.
And for Company vehicles, you can include the 'All Drivers' benefit for a premium of about RM50.00 to ensure anyone who drives the car is eligible to to claim during a loss without having to pay RM400 of excess. For Individual Ownership, you must add each individual drivers, with the 3rd driver costing you RM10.00 each.
Hi guys! Out of curiosity, are the values depicted by this calculator accurate? A good friend of mine has a 5.5L Mercedes but he’s already paying roughly RM20k annually. Based on this calculator, for that amount, the cubic capacity of the specified car has to be about 7.0L. Can someone kindly clarify the authenticity of the calculator? Thank you.
Comment by Ghostbusters — October 21, 2010 @ 7:08 am
i am just asking 2nd hand myvi 1.3 2007 price RM34600.
how much price hv to paid for puspakom, insurance and other paymnt?
any ideas so that wont be cheat by dealer.