Cars e-Dereg

Published on May 8th, 2024 | by Sounder Rajen


e-Dereg System Now Introduced To Easily Get Rid Of Old Unfixable Cars

Malaysians can now clean up their streets with the new e-Dereg system put in place here

The Ministry of Transport (MoT) has introduced a transformative online system known as “e-Dereg” to ease vehicle disposal across Malaysia. This innovative platform, officially termed the “Online Motor Vehicles De-Registration System,” is designed to address the issue of abandoned vehicles in residential areas, which have become a big problem as of late.


The complexity of the traditional disposal process has been identified as a key factor contributing to this problem, prompting the development of the e-Dereg system which offers a convenient alternative by allowing vehicle owners to complete the deregistration process online, eliminating the need for physical visits to JPJ counters. 

Moreover, the MoT has invested considerable time and effort in developing this system to ensure its effectiveness. This includes streamlining the deregistration procedures and establishing authorised disposal sites that adhere to stringent safety and environmental regulations.


To ensure compliance with safety and environmental standards, vehicle disposal must be conducted exclusively at Authorised Automotive Treatment Facilities (AATFs) licensed by the Environmental Department (JAS). Among these facilities, Car Medic Sdn Bhd in Bandar Teknologi Kajang, Semenyih, stands out as the pioneer AATF in Malaysia licensed by JAS. 

On top of that, another similar facility is already operational in Shah Alam, and plans are underway to open eight more AATFs operated by private entities. The launch event for the e-Dereg system was officiated by MoT Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook, who emphasised the importance of using JAS-licensed AATF centres for vehicle disposal, particularly urging vehicle insurance companies to comply with these regulations.


During the official launch, Car Medic Sdn Bhd also showcased the vehicle disposal process, which involves thorough procedures such as draining fluids, salvaging usable parts, and ultimately dismantling the vehicle within a one-hour timeframe. This method ensures the safe and responsible disposal of all waste materials, aligning with environmental preservation efforts.

For vehicle owners seeking disposal services, Car Medic Sdn Bhd’s facility at 1A, Jalan P4/7, Bandar Teknologi Kajang, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor, is currently operational and ready to e-Dereg. This location provides a convenient and authorised solution for disposing of vehicles that are no longer in use, damaged, or unfit for the road.


The e-Dereg system represents a pivotal advancement in vehicle disposal practices, offering a streamlined and environmentally conscious solution to address the challenges posed by abandoned vehicles in Malaysia. Through this initiative, the MoT aims to promote sustainable practices while enhancing public safety and the overall cleanliness of urban environments.

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