No dining-in at highway R&Rs but you can pre-order to minimize interaction

Various versions of the Movement Control Order (MCO) are in effect with interstate and interdistrict travel being forbidden unless permission is given by the police. As there will still be many people permitted to travel long distances on highways, PLUS is ensuring that their needs are met safely when they are at the rest and […]

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Increased traffic on highways expected with easing of CMCO conditions

The country is still under various levels of the Movement Control Order (MCO) since it was introduced in March this year as a way to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. However, over the year, as the situation has changed, the conditions of the MCO have been varied and right now, with interstate travel […]

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Interstate travel permitted, no limit on number of occupants in vehicle

Much of the Klang Valley (Selangor and WP Kuala Lumpur) will continue to be under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) which has been in force since October 14. Penang can resume its Recovery MCO (RMCO, except for the sub-districts of Barat Daya and Timur Laut  which will be under CMCO until December 20. Other […]

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3 persons in the car now allowed within CMCO areas

Motorists who have been unhappy about the ruling allowing only 2 persons per car – from the same household –  will be pleased to know that the allowance is now increased to 3 persons within CMCO (Conditional Movement Control Order)  areas. This was announced today by Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob during the […]

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Register with MySejahtera before refuelling! Additional SOP?

UPDATE: According to a report by Free Malaysia Today which contacted the Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC), there is no need to register with MySejahtera during ‘brief encounters’ such as pumping fuel, unless the motorist enters the store to make payment.   If you’re refuelling your vehicle today, it’s advisable to walk over to the […]

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9th Art of Speed Malaysia date postponed till end of December 2020

With the rising number of COVID-19 cases and now the imposition of CMCO in the Klang Valley for 2 weeks, companies and event organisers are reviewing their activities in the next few months. One of them is Art of Speed Malaysia (AOS) which had an event planned for November 12, 2020 at the 1 Utama […]

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Mercedes-Benz Malaysia informs customers of Star Shield programme during CMCO

With a Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) now in force in Klang, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Selangor and Sabah, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia and Mercedes-Benz Services Malaysia informs the public of the following measures with Mercedes-Benz Star Shield from October 14 to  October 27, 2020. The Star Shield Programme The Mercedes-Benz Star Shield programme is a safety protocol […]

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Interstate travel allowed from Wednesday as CMCO ends

Finally, the restriction on interstate travel will end on June 9, coinciding with the ending of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) as scheduled. Announcing this today, the Prime Minister said that travel restrictions would only apply to areas which are under an Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO). These would be places which have a […]

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Interstate travel permitted for certain groups from Monday

Interstate travel restrictions will be eased from June 1, 2020 although the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) remains active. There had been a ban when the Movement Control Order MCO) started in March, and in the period leading to Hari Raya, the prohibition was strictly enforced. Balik kampung journeys were not permitted as a measure […]

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CMCO: Restriction on number of occupants in vehicles will no longer apply from tomorrow

It’s been almost 70 days that Malaysia has had the Movement Control Order (MCO) which has restricted movements besides other activities nationwide. In the earliest days, the conditions were very strict and while it was permitted to travel out of the home for the purpose of buying food or essential items, or seeking medical attention, […]

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