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kingmax
post Jun 15 2007, 08:08 PM


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Does anyone know which number plate like WJA is from which year ?
I would like to know the year of number plate at Terengganu that is 'TM'
Which year is TM ? Does JPA have the list for the car plate year at their website ?
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post Jun 15 2007, 08:09 PM


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normally i do it by counting it roughly, if this year is WN*,WP*,WQ*, then previous years u can figure it.
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post Jun 15 2007, 08:20 PM


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WJ* should be 2001... TM im not really sure
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post Jun 15 2007, 08:29 PM


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if old car then put new plate?
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post Jun 15 2007, 08:41 PM


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u have to be familiar wif the number plate of that state , ex, the latest car comes with wat plate number..then u can roughly estimate the yr that car rolls out of the factory

next, to determine whether the car change plate number o not, u must be familiar withthe car type, and again be familiar with the number plate of that particular state
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post Jun 15 2007, 08:44 PM


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QUOTE(Intrigue @ Jun 15 2007, 08:29 PM)
if old car then put new plate?
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not many will do that la...

usually new car put old plate... the number got "ong" mah... hahaha... laugh.gif
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post Jun 15 2007, 08:48 PM


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I know but I am not living at Terengganu.
Now I would like to know the year of number plate at Terengganu that is 'TM'
Does JPA have the list of date for the number plate ?

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post Jun 15 2007, 09:21 PM


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As far as i know...

WA+ plate is round 82-84
WB+ plate is round 85-88
WC+ plate is round 89-92
WD+ plate is round 93-95
WE+ plate is round 95-97
WF+ plate is round 97-98
WG+ plate is round early 98-99
WH+ plate is mid 99 to 2000
WJ plate is round 2001-2002
WK plate is round mid to late 2002 -2003
WL plate is round 2003-2004
WM plate is round 2004- mid 2005
WN plate is round 3rd quarter 2005 to 2006
WP plate is round 2006- very2 early 2007
WQ plate forget when started tongue.gif tongue.gif

Anyone can help correct my errors???
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post Jun 15 2007, 09:37 PM


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hello friend..he want to know TM not WJ WM WN aiyoohhh
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post Jun 15 2007, 10:32 PM


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QUOTE(kingmax @ Jun 15 2007, 08:48 PM)
I know but I am not living at Terengganu.
Now I would like to know the year of number plate at Terengganu that is 'TM'
Does JPA have the list of date for the number plate ?
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IIANM, TM is around year 90-91.

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post Jun 15 2007, 11:44 PM


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I know TR is 1994.
TAN is 2007.

So do the math. biggrin.gif
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post Jun 15 2007, 11:57 PM


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my mom used to own TM no plate
early 90s
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:22 AM


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when is the plate number "F1" registered?
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:25 AM


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QUOTE(CoupeFan @ Jun 16 2007, 12:22 AM)
when is the plate number "F1" registered?
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Never seen plates starting with "F" here.
Which state one ah?? biggrin.gif
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:31 AM


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Singapore. normally on bikes. am i correct?
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:11 PM


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anyway.. i got sth2ask.. i did saw sum a car plate no. tat start wif 'L'.. LA, LB.. etc.. actualy where's frm? which state? is't labuan or langkawi?
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:23 PM


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QUOTE(the_catacombs @ Jun 15 2007, 08:44 PM)
not many will do that la...

usually new car put old plate... the number got "ong" mah... hahaha... laugh.gif
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but my dad did this to 2 cars 2 bike already....
he took 1 old no. plate on a old car that is already sold and put it on my bike, of course, legally
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:24 PM


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its from labuan
langkawi starts from k
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post Jun 16 2007, 12:39 PM


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Peninsular Malaysia
Vehicle license plates used in Peninsular Malaysia start with a letter of the alphabet. They do not use a checksum digit, unlike number plates from Singapore. Vehicles registered in the various states begin with specific letters as follows:

A: Perak
B: Selangor, including plates registered in Kuala Lumpur before the city separated as a Federal Territory in 1974.
C: Pahang
D: Kelantan
J: Johor, including Government (JDT**) and Johor Military Force or Askar Timbalan Setia Negeri (JMF)
K: Kedah, including Langkawi (KV)
M: Malacca
N: Negri Sembilan
P: Penang
R: Perlis
T: Terengganu
Vehicles registered in the federal territories:
L: Labuan
PUTRAJAYA as starting text: Putrajaya
W: Kuala Lumpur, issued after the city achieved a Federal Territory status in 1974. The Kuala Lumpur plate is the most numerous license plate issued, with a total of over 4 million plates issued, as of April 2007. Up to 1957, W was the code for Province Wellesley.
Peninsular Malaysia Motor Dealer's (Trade) plates are fashioned with white letters on a blue background using the "L 123 L" format, where the first letter is the state code and the final letter is a serial, as are the numbers.


[edit] East Malaysia
SS 1203 C
QSD 6390
Vehicles registered in the states of Sarawak and Sabah are allocated vehicle number plates commencing with the letters Q (Sarawak) or S (Sabah). Then follows the regional code and a serial number - when 9999 is reached a serial letter is used, in alphabetical order, to augment.

In Sarawak it follows the regional code new version ("QKA 1234") or the old version ("KA 1234 Q"). Before Sarawak joining Malaysia, the plate number didn't consist of the letter "Q".(" KA 1234"). However the letter "K" which is the area letter of Kuching is same as the state of Kedah. So in the 1988 the JPJ change the regulation by adding the letter "Q" on the last number for all car that register in Sarawak. The new version are set in 1991 to replace the old version which the "Q" is written on the last number.

Q: Sarawak
QA and QK: Kuching
QB: Sri Aman
QC: Kota Samarahan
QL: Limbang
QM: Miri
QP: Kapit
QR: Sarikei
QS: Sibu
QT: Bintulu
QSG: Government
A variety of the old plate codes was such as "6D" and "7D". ("6D 1234 Q" / "6DA 1234 Q") : The letter "D" stood for 6th. Division (now QR-Sarikai) or 7th. Division (now QP-Kapit).

Sarawak Motor Dealers' (Trade) plates vary only in their colour, which is white on a red ground.


In Sabah this serial letter follows the serial number ("SA 1234 A"), as for the West Coast of Sabah or "Pantai Barat", the vehicles registered at the main city of Sabah followed by the newer format "SAA 1234 A" in 2000 after the complete use of postfix letter "Y" in the year 1999). The rest of the regions are still using the old one, so far it is either not confirmed yet or not known yet if they will follow the newer format of the West Coast region. Thus, it is pending to the Sabah State Government's decision.




S: Sabah
SA: Kota Kinabalu and Kota Belud
SB: Beaufort
SD: Lahad Datu
SK: Kudat
SS: Sandakan
ST: Tawau
SU: Keningau
SG: Government

Before 1980s the number plates in Sabah had added prefix letter "E" (East Malaysia),("EJ 1234";"EJA 1234. The 'E' had been added to overcome confusion with vehicles from mainland Malaya, but those plates then became identical to Singapore some of which also started with the letter "E". A re-think was needed.

EJ = Jesselton
ES = Sandakan
ET = Tawau
ED = Lahad Datu
EU = Keningau
EK = Kudat
EL = Labuan

Sabah Motor Dealers' (Trade) plates are red on white in the format 1-3 numbers followed by a district letter, usually J, for the capital, Kota Kinabalu (formerly Jesselton).


[edit] Specialised designations

[edit] Taxi
HWD 8273
While older taxicab number plates had previously used normal number plate formats as standard vehicles, most newer Malaysian taxi assume an H (Hire) prefix at the start of its plate, followed by its respective location prefix. Unlike standard vehicles, taxi number plates have black characters on a white background. An example of a taxi license plate is illustrated at the right.

HA: Ipoh, Perak
HB: Klang Valley, Selangor
HC: Kuantan, Pahang
HJ: Johor Bahru, Johor
HM: Malacca
HN: Seremban, Negri Sembilan
HP: Penang
HQK: Kuching, Sarawak
HSA: Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
HW: Kuala Lumpur
LIMO **** W/B: Kuala Lumpur International Airport limousines

[edit] Diplomatic vehicle
11-22-DC
Diplomats' number plates also use white on a black background and Consular Corps personnel have white on red plates. Unlike other licence plates, which have the format of (typically) ABC 1234, diplomatic licence plates are formatted (for example) 11-22-DC for Diplomatic corps or ending CC for Consular Corps (for Commonwealth countries). United Nations uses UN and some international organizations have the code PA. UN plates may be seen at UN headquarters at Damansara Heights, while a few PA plates can be spotted at the WorldFish Center in Penang.


[edit] Military vehicle
The Malaysian military uses Z as the starting prefix of a licence plate, followed by a second prefix letter to denote the branch of the military.

ZA to ZD: Army
ZL: Navy
ZU: Air Force
ZZ: Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) staff
JMF: Johor Military Force or Askar Timbalan Setia Negeri especially in Johor

[edit] Vehicle of royalty
The Sultans, Rulers of States and their immediate Royalties uses a plate of their own, usually just bearing their official title e.g. "Tengku Mahkota Johor" is used by the Regent of Johore. This is limited to their official vehicle. The plates are usually coloured in Royal Yellow.


[edit] Company vehicle
2692 or 2962 : Johor Corporation (JCorp)

[edit] Trailer
T/BB 5037
Semi-trailers feature two license plates, place at the rear of the trailer. One is designated for the tractor unit, and another for the following trailer itself. The tractor unit's license plate follows that of a normal ABC 1234 arrangement in accordance to those of the tractor unit itself, while the trailer's own license plate features a T/ prefix, followed by the trailer's normal registration number. Thus, an example of a trailer's license plate tends to read as followed: T/BA 1234. In a handful of cases, the T/ prefix is superscripted.


[edit] Vanity plates
Proton 2682
Vanity plates, i.e. plates using special, distinctive prefixes, are available at extra cost. These special prefixes may denote the brand of the car (such prefixes are often used, for example, on Proton and Perodua cars). Among the more commonly used special prefixes are:

Proton: Issued for certain Proton cars.
Perodua: Issued for certain Perodua cars.
WAJA: Issued for Proton Waja cars.
Satria: Issued for Proton Satria cars.
Tiara: Issued for Proton Tiara cars.
Perdana: Issued for Proton Perdana cars.
KRISS: Issued for Modenas Kriss motorcycle.
Jaguh: Issued for Modenas Jaguh motorcycle.
NAZA: Issued for Naza vehicles.
SUKOM: Issued only during the 1998 Commonwealth Games, which was held in Kuala Lumpur at that year.
XIII NAM: Issued only during the 2003 NAM Summit which was held in Kuala Lumpur at that year.
X OIC: Issued only during the 2003 OIC Summit which was held in Kuala Lumpur at that year.
XI ASEAN: Issued only during the 2005 ASEAN Summit which was held in Kuala Lumpur at that year.
BAMbee: Issued only during the 2000 Thomas and Uber Cup which was held in Kuala Lumpur at that year.

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post Jun 16 2007, 04:24 PM


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QUOTE(scorgio @ Jun 15 2007, 11:44 PM)
I know TR is 1994.
TAN is 2007.

So do the math. biggrin.gif
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whoops...haha, din read properly...but usually other states, the car plate freakin slow until like 1-2 years only 1 alphabet...really sienz tongue.gif tongue.gif
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post Jun 17 2007, 02:33 AM


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Thanks guys smile.gif Now I know it's around 90-91 biggrin.gif
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post Jun 17 2007, 02:41 AM


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finally he got it..rather ppl tell him about wilayah plate..
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post May 31 2010, 01:08 AM


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Hi people. smile.gif
Can someone pls tell me JKE is in what year roughly?
Not familiar with Johor number plate.
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post Jun 14 2011, 01:09 PM


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WSJ is march ~ my 1st car~hehe
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post Apr 14 2012, 12:09 AM


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wwm which month?
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