JPJ director-general Datuk Seri Ismail Ahmad sad that there would be no massive operation against vehicles with tinted windows are being conducted. Nevertheless, there will still be JPJ operations once in awhile.
“We allow tinted glasses just that it has to fit the permitted darkness level,” said Ismail. The police had earlier this month announced June 16 as the starting date for Ops Cermin Gelap, a national operation towards greatly tinted cars and non registered number plates.
Permitted tint levels state a minimum of 70% noticeable light transmission from the front windscreen, 50% for the sides and rear. Does who would not obey were to be fined a total of RM300.
“The ministry was aware of the views and feedback of people who think rules regarding tint use are behind the times,” said Acting transport minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.
“As the consequence, I would like to tell everybody that the ministry is ready to review and alter the existing regulations on the use of tinted glasses,” he said.
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