25Oktober2020

Agenda Daily

New "GT" number plates now available in Malaysia

Malaysians now have yet another number plate to choose from – a new series with the prefix “GT”, offered by Kelab Eksplorasi 7 Benua Malaysia (KE7B), which happens to be the same organisation that sold the G1M (Gagasan 1 Malaysia) series of number plates.

President KE7B, Muhammad Muqharabbin Mokhtarrudin said  GT plate was established to enable Malaysians to help ensure the success of projects undertaken by KE7B in big countries at the international level.

"Sales of GT plate is to raise funds in order KE7B put Malaysia in the missions of the countries involved in extreme sports and exploration worldwide projects.

"KE7B mandated by the Prime Minister to handle the sales and also get the support and approval from the RTD and the Ministry of Transport," he said.

The special series will have the usual run of 9,999 numbers, with the minimum reserved price for a normal number starting from RM1,000 going up to RM200,000 for “GT1”.

The tender opens and people `can submit your tender by downloading the tender form from the Plat GT website.

If you’re successful in your tender, you have to register the plate onto a car before the end of 2017 at JPJ’s Wangsa Maju branch. KE7B says proceeds will go towards funding its activities.

The post New “GT” number plates now available in Malaysia appeared first on Paul Tan’s Automotive News.

So far, the registration number 'PATRIOT 1' is a special registration number and the most expensive ever sold in Malaysia at a price of RM1.308 million, purchased by individuals who requested anonymity.

For ordinary registration number of the most expensive was the number 'F1' purchased by the Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar, with price RM836,660.

For more information on GT plate number, you can contact the Secretary KE7B, Zulaikha in line 016-9035130 / 03-27762462 or continue to visit their official site at www.platgt.com.

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