This is good news for you if any of your vehicles are stuck in neighboring Thailand after the international ban due to the Kovid-19 epidemic two years ago.
Deputy Minister for Women, Family and Community Development Rantau Panjang’s Member of Parliament, Datuk Siti Zailah Mohamed Youssef, said that the Thai government has announced that Malaysians will be given one month from 1 to 30 June 2022 for Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Security (ICQS). Complex, to bring their vehicles back from Thailand through the border gate of the Long Region.
He said vehicles brought out of the country by Malaysians were not charged within the allotted time, Barnama reported.
According to him, the issue was agreed at a meeting with 13 organizations involved in the opening of the Malaysia-Thailand international border in Kelantan on Monday, June 1.
“From 1 to 30 June, the Thai government will offer and provide space for Malaysian vehicles in Thailand to be repatriated at no charge.
“This opportunity has only been given for one month, so Malaysians who cannot bring a vehicle during the Movement of Control Order (PKP) or are stuck there will have to take steps to get their vehicle back to Malaysia,” he said.
He explained that his team had received numerous public complaints about Malaysian vehicles being stranded in Thailand due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, as well as the burden of charges depending on how long the car was left.
“Normally, the vehicle residence charge in Thailand reaches RM100 or more, so work immediately within a month because after that, the charge will be effective again,” he added.