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HOW TO GET YOUR DRIVING LICENSE IN MALAYSIA?
IMPORTANT: You can only use your overseas or international driving license for 3 months in Malaysia. Then you will need to get a Malaysian Driving License.
If you already have a driving license from your country then it is important to check with your embassy or us for the procedure on converting your driving license. You won’t have to surrender your other license but there will be some procedures to follow. When visiting the relevant authorities remember to bring along your passport, work permit (or related info) and two passport sized color photographs. Especially those students who study in Malaysia, you have to prove us your student visa and driving license. And of course we are here to help you
For those first timers the following awaits you.
1. Five-hour road safety course as known as Driving Curriculum Education (DCE)/Kurikulum Pendidikan Pemandu (KPP).
This in class lecture is conducted in Bahasa Malaysia in driving institute so take a good book and something to munch on. We will provide a booklet and CD to study for the law test.
2. Take Theory Test (Highway Codes & Law) as known as Ujian Teori Bahagian 1 Berkomputer.
The law test is conducted at approved sites such as MyEG Services and KOMMS. There are 2 choices of language; Bahasa Malaysia or English. The test is not difficult, it consists of 50 multiple choice questions of which you can only get 8 wrong. This test must be passed, if not you can not start the practical lessons. More to the point you have to sit the test again-a real waste of time.
3. Minimum of 16 hours of driving lessens.
The first 6-hour is Theory and Demo Class. After you finished the class, you will be given LDL (Learning Driving License) which entitle you to start the practical learning process. This is where the fun begins. Hope you like manual Kancils or Vivas. It’s not so bad. It teaches humility more than anything else. You are not only learn to drive but to park as well. The instructors tend to be very helpful and will work on any problem areas. All you need to do is ask.
4. Take the driving tests.
There are 2 sections of practical test. One is on the open road, and the other is in the site circuit. Nervous? Don’t be. It’s simple. Just do as you did in practice, don’t be in a rush and everything will be fine. The car park test consists of performing a three point turn, a hill start (which can be a little tricky) and reverse parking. The open road is much more fun, just go for a drive, turn around and come back, again don’t be in a rush.
International candidates are welcomed. You may contact Ms Yana, on phone at 082-416140 or 019-8380219, or via email at email@example.com for further assistance.