Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Before Sign Up

What is the age qualification can take a license?
For Motorcycle License – 16 years old and above 
For Car License – 17 years old and above.

You sign up at our 6 enrolment centres:
1)HQ PJ Jalan Utara  
2)Kelana Jaya Branch
3)Sunway Mentari  Branch 
4)PJ State Branch 
5)PJ Old Town Branch 
6)Bangsar Branch 

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1) 2 (two) photocopy of your identification (nric, i/d, passport).

2) 2 (two) photocopy of your existence license (If have).

Everyone is eligible to obtain Malaysian Driving License, but you are required to:-

Hold Valid Passport and visa with minimum validity of 6 months

Above minimum required age.

Learner's Driving Licence (LDL) - Possessed by learners in driving schools. They must first attend a 6 hour of KPP01 or known as Safety Driving Theory, then a Section I examination or Road Laws and Safety Driving. Starting September 2014, LDL licence is issued after the candidate of Section I examination pass their exam without needs to attend Safety Driving Learning Class. licence holders are only permitted to drive cars displaying the L plate owned by driving schools under the supervision of a driving school instructor. For motorcycle learner's licence holders, they are permitted to ride a motorcycle without a pillion. The learner's licence may be renewed every 3 or 6 months but the licence cannot be possessed for more than 2 years. After the 2 years due date, the licence holders may go to Road Transportation Department (JPJ) to attend of KPP01.

Probationary Driving Licence (PDL) - Possessed by new drivers who have passed all the driving lesson procedures and tests. Holders also need to ensure to bring along driving licence when driving. New drivers are subject to the 10-point Road Safety System (KEJARA) demerit point system, where points will be deducted according to the types of traffic infractions. licence will be revoked after a probationary licence holder accumulates 10 demerit points. Probationary drivers are required to display the probationary licence plate (marked with white capital P in square red background) at the front and back of their respective vehicles. A probationary licence may be upgraded to a full competent driving licence after 2 years, and a grace period of a year is given to upgrading the licence before the licence holder may need to restart the whole driving lesson procedures.

Competent Driving Licence (CDL) - A full-fledged driving licence being upgraded from the probationary licence after 2 years. CDL holders are subject to the 15-point KEJARA system before their licence may be suspended or revoked. A competent driving licence may be renewed after every 1, 2, 3 or 5 years. A grace period of three years is given to renew the licence before the licence holder may need to restart the whole driving lesson procedures.

Vocational Driving Licence - There are two types of vocational driving licence, Goods Driving License (GDL) a special driving licence to drive any type of commercial vehicle used for transporting goods such as Lorries, Panel Vans and other vehicles that are registered as a commercial vehicle to transport goods. Public Service Vehicle (PSV) is another type of vocational driving licence that allows the holder to drive any type of commercial vehicle used for paying passengers such as Taxis, Window Van and Busses. Starting July 12th, 2019 ride-hailing drivers (i.e. Grab, Uber) must apply for (PSV - Taxi/E-hailing) licence.

International Driving Permit (IDP)This is a licence that allows Malaysian drivers to drive outside of their country. It is especially useful when you’re heading abroad and plan on renting a car. Only CDL holders who are 18 years and above are eligible to apply for an IDP. PDL holders are not eligible.

You can make the payment on the 1st day of your driving lesson or you can also make an online transfer to our bank account:

CIMB: 8002279023

Converting Foreign Driving Licenses to Malaysian Driving License

There are quite a few requirements to convert a foreign driving licence to a local one. While we have listed down the requirements, it may be a better idea to just go through the Malaysian process above. We strongly advise people in this category to also double check with the JPJ or your embassy for confirmation on the details and the documents required. There will be a processing fee of RM20 and you will be required to pay the regular yearly fee (as stated above in the CDL and PDL descriptions), depending on the license class and number of years.

For non-Malaysian citizens, you must have a Long Term Social Visit Pass, are on the MM2H programme, or are married to a Malaysian citizen. People on work permits and dependent passes are viewed as temporary residents and cannot convert their driving license.

Have a valid driver’s license from your home country that is equivalent to a Malaysian CDL or PDL. If your current valid driver’s license is not printed in English, you will need to present a verified translation of your driving license from the embassy of the issuing country or from the issuing authority in charge of the relevant license information.

Conversion is only for class B2 (motorcycle) and class D (car).

If your driver’s license abroad is valid for less than 2 years, you will only qualify for a PDL license; a person who has a valid license for more than 2 years will qualify for a CDL license.

License holders must present themselves at the JPJ offices to convert their licenses.

One important note is that only driving licenses from 32 countries are allowed to be converted to a Malaysian driving license. This is based on the Two-Way Agreement between these selected countries and Malaysia. The countries allowed are:




3.Papua New Guinea

























28.Hong Kong

29.New Zealand





What if your country is not listed? Well, you have no choice but to go through the standard process to applying for a Malaysian driving license.

The different if you possess DA (Auto), you only allowed to drive an Automatic transmission car on the road. Your driving license cannot be upgraded into heavy vehicle license (lorry & etc).

For Manual license (D), you can drive for both Automatic & Manual transmission car. Your driving license can be upgraded into heavy vehicle license.

Theory Course

Is there any proper attire / dress code in attending the 1st KPP class?

1) Collar T-Shirt

2) Long pants (jeans will do)

3) Covered shoes (sneakers will do)

1st Lecture on theory (KPP 01):

For Class D/DA

Day :  Saturday& Sunday (ENGLISH)

Time : 09.30 AM – 4.30 PM

For Class B2/B

Day :  Saturday & Alternate Sunday (ENGLISH)

Time : 09.30 AM – 4.30 PM

Theory Test

Is there any proper attire / dress code in attending the theory test?
1) Collar T-Shirt
2) Long pants (jeans will do)
3) Covered shoes (sneakers will do)

The JPJ has introduced a new curriculum that requires both the motorcycle license and car license course to be done separately.

The scheduled computer test was:

(With Transport-one way)

Tues – Thurs: 8.00 am – 11.30am and 2.00pm – 4.00 pm .

Practical Training

Do you provide Pickup service / transport ?
Yes, our pick points are as such:
Tinesh need to provide: 0124749856

‘L’ License validity is 2 years only. Starting from the date you went for the 1st Lecture of (KPP01). You can renew the ‘L’ License at any JPJ branch or Post Office. If its exceed 2 years, then you’ll need to start the course over again. 

Alumni / Valid License Holder

What is kejara system?
Road Safety System (KEJARA)
This system is applicable to both Probationary and Competent Driving license. This system was introduced to: 
i - Reduce accident rates.
ii - To raise awareness of road safety towards all drivers.
iii - Ensure all drivers to always obey the traffic laws.
iv - Raise disciplined, responsible and cognizant drivers on the road.
v - Take legal actions towards any drivers whom had breached the laws.
Road penalties associated with KEJARA demerit points: 
15 points - Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs/intoxicated.
15 points - Excessive speeding/reckless driving.
15 points - Street racing.
10 Points - Failing to follow the traffic light.
10 points - Failing to display the P stickers on vehicle. (Probationary)
10 points - Exceeding the speed limit of 40 km/h.
8 points - Exceeding the speed limit of 26–40 km/h.
8 points - Failing to give priority towards emergency vehicles such as ambulance, firefighter, police, customs, or Road Transportation Department cruisers (with sirens).
8 points - Failing to stop at junctions.
6 points - Exceeding the speed limit of 1–25 km/h
5 points - Ignoring either the traffic signs or rules.
5 points - Using worn-out tires.
5 points - Failing to bring driving license along. (Learner & Probationary)