Malaysian police have come out strongly towards unlawful modifications on bikes, particularly these within the highly regarded 150 cc and beneath kapchai class. Chatting with Sinar Harian in a broadcast, Visitors Investigation and Enforcement Division (JSPT) director Datuk Azisman Alias stated his division is taking the matter of unlawful motorbike modification significantly.
“Modifying your motorbike for extreme pace is an offence we think about to be critical and we will be conducting particular operations,” he stated. Citing JSPT statistics, Azisman stated operations towards unlawful motorbike modifications carried out in 2019 nabbed 4,087 offenders and motion was taken below Part 60 of the Street Transport Act.
“On the similar time, we’re investigating and monitoring workshops finishing up unlawful modifications and people organising road racing,” elaborated Azisman. Workshops making unlawful modifications may be charged below Part 81 of the Street Transport Act which pertains to restrictions on competitors and pace trials.
Azisman stated these discovered responsible of an offence are topic to a penalty not exceeding RM2,000 or jail for no more than six months or each with the offender’s licence being suspended for not less than a yr. A second offence will appeal to a advantageous of as much as RM5,000 and/or a yr’s jail with a three-year licence suspension.
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