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airasia
post Apr 13 2009, 04:26 AM


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A second hand car dealer told me I should pay him another RM500 to settle it. Not include insurance.

Is it reasonable?


Added on April 13, 2009, 10:51 amAnyone?

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post Apr 13 2009, 07:37 PM


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Senario A: Buying a car from a 2nd hand car dealer
My bro pay 10% to car dealer of the 2nd car and loan 90% from bank...
the car dealer settle everything including applying insurance & bank loan ...but exclude insurance $$$

So 10% DownPayment + $$ car insurance.
I think that $500 the dealer want to masuk into his own pocket..


Senario B: Change ownership car
My bro's car change the car name from his to mine...
RM300 pay to agent(intro by fren). if not mistaken RM100+ need to pay to JPJ(stamp duty) so basically RM200 masuk to their pocket..
Puspakom i send myself with cost me only RM30(go early morning to get the most front queue)
if u want agent to send ur car to puspakom...Add around 100++ to agent. <--not worth if u got the time
Insurance cost bear by myself but my agent will settle with the insurance company

So RM300 + RM30 + RM80 = RM410

*Rm80 for 3rd party insurance

hopes this info can help you... biggrin.gif

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post Apr 13 2009, 07:51 PM


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TS, are u buying or selling.

Fee for Puspakom pre-transfer inspection is RM30. JPJ fee for ownership transfer is RM100. Other potential fees include E-Batal, if the car's ownership still claimed by bank. And also runner fee.
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post Apr 14 2009, 01:48 AM


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do it yourself if u r buying, if u r selling let the buyer pay it. It's not worth the extra pocket money for the runner if u have extra time. And it can be done within 2 hours if u go early in the morning
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post Apr 19 2009, 08:17 AM


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I am buying a car. Thanks for the reply smile.gif
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post Apr 19 2009, 09:38 AM


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i buying from 2nd hand dealer, the buyer has to pay for JPJ and puspakom, including runner fee of course, will be around RM500.
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post Apr 19 2009, 11:20 AM


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rm500 is a rip off!! just do it yourself if you got the time. puspakom inspection is only rm30, and jpj transfer is rm100. i just did mine a few weeks back. puspakom i advise you to go to glenmarie and come early. for jpj, it will take 1 hour maximum. but be warned, jpj padang jawa only requires either buyer or seller to be there. however, jpj petaling jaya requires both buyer and seller present at the same time.. so dont waste ypur time going to petaling jaya if both parties arent there.
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post Apr 19 2009, 11:38 AM


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It's actually very fast to do and convenient.
The one at Glenmarie, Shah Alam is quite fast.
Not a big establishment (2 cars at the time), but
you can get it done in an hour's time. And it's cheap.
No need to pay runner fee.
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post Apr 21 2009, 11:46 AM


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QUOTE(e30 @ Apr 19 2009, 11:20 AM)
rm500 is a rip off!! just do it yourself if you got the time. puspakom inspection is only rm30, and jpj transfer  is rm100. i just did mine a few weeks back. puspakom i advise you to go to glenmarie and come early. for jpj, it will take 1 hour maximum. but be warned, jpj padang jawa only requires either buyer or seller to be there.  however,  jpj petaling jaya requires both buyer and seller present at the same time.. so dont waste ypur time going to petaling jaya if both parties arent there.
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It's not true that both parties must present.
I just done my name transfer process at JPJ.
You have an option that the seller go to JPJ/Comissioner of Oath/Jaksa Damai alone to certified his ic.
Then pass the form to buyer and buyer can go JPJ to complete the whole name transfer process alone.
But you must prepare RM100 Wang Pos (if not buy from someone at JPJ will cost RM104), Insurance Cover Note of new owner, Geran and also Puspakom report.
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post Apr 22 2009, 09:44 AM


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I paid a runner for JPJ and Puspakom excluding insurance for only rm370
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post Apr 22 2009, 09:55 AM


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QUOTE(sjz @ Apr 21 2009, 11:46 AM)
It's not true that both parties must present.
I just done my name transfer process at JPJ.
You have an option that the seller go to JPJ/Comissioner of Oath/Jaksa Damai alone to certified his ic.
Then pass the form to buyer and buyer can go JPJ to complete the whole name transfer process alone.
But you must prepare RM100 Wang Pos (if not buy from someone at JPJ will cost RM104), Insurance Cover Note of new owner, Geran and also Puspakom report.
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haiihh read properly. i said both parties must be present if doing name transfer process at JPJ Petaling Jaya branch! i went there with all documents complete but they asked me to go to Padang Jawa branch, because petalng jaya can only process if both parties are present. SO what i'm saying is to all people planning to to transfer process, do not waste your time going to Petaling Jaya if both parties are not present.
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post Apr 22 2009, 12:22 PM


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1 department how come have 2 protocol?
what i can say is JPJ in WHOLE MALAYSIA (Including here in Penang)should be having the protocol that as well as the ic (photostated in the form) is verified by their JPJ officer/pesuruhjaya sumpah/jaksa damai, then the name transfer process can be done when buyer alone is present.
both party need to be present.
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post Apr 22 2009, 12:55 PM


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if were to transfer ownership when both parties are present:

1. can it be one time at puspakom glenmarie or JPJ PJ?

2. expected fee: RM104 transfer fee + RM30 stamp duty (not included insurance)

3. documents to bring: IC and car registration card (pink card)

correct?
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post Mar 7 2011, 05:11 PM


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I'm about to sell my car but still unsure of the procedure. My buyer in KL plans to buy my car in cash. Is it possible for me to not having to go to KL and settle everything via post?

If there is no Runner involved and the buyer plans to settle everything on her own, what docs do i need to provide in a before/after payment received scenario?

Before: Photocopies of IC, Vehicle Registration Card, Bank Release Letter and a signed copy of JPJ Transfer Form?

After: Photocopy of IC, original copies of Vehicle Registration Card, Bank Release Letter and a signed copy of JPJ Transfer Form?

1. All fees (JPJ, Puspakom, Runner - if there is any) will be borne by the buyer, correct?
2. How do i verify that the car has been transferred to her name?
3. I'll cancel my insurance upon confirmation. After my policy cancellation, only the buyer will proceed to purchase her own insurance or she can buy 1 even before i cancel? Will there be any refund made to me since my policy is cancelled before the due date?
4. Understand that seller does not need to be present at JPJ for ownership transfer. But how about Puspakom? Any letter needed?

Sorry all, too many noob questions but this is my 1st time selling a car, hope you will understand. smile.gif
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QUOTE(e30 @ Apr 19 2009, 11:20 AM)
rm500 is a rip off!! just do it yourself if you got the time. puspakom inspection is only rm30, and jpj transfer  is rm100. i just did mine a few weeks back. puspakom i advise you to go to glenmarie and come early. for jpj, it will take 1 hour maximum. but be warned, jpj padang jawa only requires either buyer or seller to be there.  however,  jpj petaling jaya requires both buyer and seller present at the same time.. so dont waste ypur time going to petaling jaya if both parties arent there.
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Is it still the same now?
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post Oct 2 2013, 02:27 PM


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QUOTE(airasia @ Apr 13 2009, 04:26 AM)
A second hand car dealer told me I should pay him another RM500 to settle it. Not include insurance.

Is it reasonable?


Added on April 13, 2009, 10:51 amAnyone?
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puspakom check only rm30. usually buyer pay, but who care just rm30.
JPJ ownership xfer is rm150(IIRC). certainly buyer pay.

dealer/runner price could be ranging from rm390, rm550, or even rm700. i have been quoted all the above prices before.
so i decided to DIY/DIM = Do It Myself. save $$$, only rm180 in total.

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post Oct 2 2013, 02:47 PM


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QUOTE(yamato @ Oct 2 2013, 02:27 PM)
puspakom check only rm30. usually buyer pay, but who care just rm30.
JPJ ownership xfer is rm150(IIRC). certainly buyer pay.

dealer/runner price could be ranging from rm390, rm550, or even rm700. i have been quoted all the above prices before.
so i decided to DIY/DIM = Do It Myself. save $$$, only rm180 in total.
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sorry, noob's question: what is IIRC?

transfer fee now increased from rm100 to rm150 already?


any sifu here can reply:

whats the longest period allowed between sales and purchase and actually jpj title transfer?
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post Nov 15 2013, 10:47 PM


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Are there anybody got the number of runners in here ?
I am going to buy a car, but the fee to transfer the ownership is too high . The seller said that. So I'm looking for the some runner to do it

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post Nov 16 2013, 06:17 AM


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QUOTE(yamato @ Oct 2 2013, 02:27 PM)
puspakom check only rm30. usually buyer pay, but who care just rm30.
JPJ ownership xfer is rm150(IIRC). certainly buyer pay.

dealer/runner price could be ranging from rm390, rm550, or even rm700. i have been quoted all the above prices before.
so i decided to DIY/DIM = Do It Myself. save $$$, only rm180 in total.
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JPJ ownership transfer fee is RM100.

This is the amount I paid when I bought a used car two months ago.

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post Nov 16 2013, 08:40 AM


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QUOTE(raynman @ Nov 16 2013, 06:17 AM)
JPJ ownership transfer fee is RM100.

This is the amount I paid when I bought a used car two months ago.
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Yup,you are right

Then have to pay for sumpah
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post Nov 18 2013, 04:39 PM


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QUOTE(sky1223 @ Nov 16 2013, 08:40 AM)
Yup,you are right

Then have to pay for sumpah
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could you tell me what the sumpah is ?
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