KEJARA System

JPJ KEJARA Road Safety Test Malaysia
JPJ KEJARA Road Safety Test Malaysia

Enforced on April 15 2017, Demerit Points System for Traffic Offences (KEJARA) is a system of giving demerit points to vehicles' drivers who commit scheduled offences under the Malaysian Road Transport Act, 1987.

Colour Blind Test

JPJ Colour Blind Test Malaysia
JPJ Colour Blind Test Malaysia

Colour blind people are unable to see certain or all colours. This abnormality can cause serious accidents on road. People with colour blindness are not eligible to get a driving licence in Malaysia.

Car Dashboard Alarms

Car Dashboard Warning Lights Test
Car Dashboard Warning Lights Test

Car warning light symbols and indicators momentarily appear in different colours i.e., red, amber, green and blue on your instrument cluster display in motorbikes, cars, buses, and trucks.


Berhenti Stop
Stop
Berhenti
0 out of 5
Crossroad-Give Way
Give Way
Beri laluan
0 out of 5
Stop Ahead
Stop Ahead
Berhenti di hadapan
0 out of 5
Obstacles Ahead
Obstacles Ahead
Halangan di hadapan
0 out of 5
Crossroads four way junction
Crossroads
Persimpangan jalan
0 out of 5

End of Speed Limit
End of Speed Limit
Zon had laju tamat
0 out of 5
School Zone
School Zone
Sekolah had laju
0 out of 5
No U Turn
No U-Turn
Tiada pusingan-U
0 out of 5
No Slow Vehicles
No Slow Vehicles
Tiada kenderaan perlahan
0 out of 5

Traffic Signs Warn Possible Dangers & Provide Information

Traffic signs help the road users to avoid accidents. These signs are divided into following categories:

Tanda amaran memberitahu anda bahawa mungkin ada bahaya di depan. Mereka biasanya dipaparkan secara simbolik dalam warna hitam pada papan berbentuk berlian. Contohnya: Tanda lebam menunjukkan lebam di jalan raya, jadi anda perlu memperlahankan kenderaan anda. Tanda lembu memberitahu anda mengenai kawasan menyeberang lembu. Pandu dengan berhati-hati.

Tanda lalu lintas larangan digunakan untuk melarang jenis manuver tertentu atau beberapa jenis lalu lintas. Tanda-tanda ini dipaparkan pada papan berbentuk bulat di mana salib berwarna merah digunakan untuk melarang perbuatan dan tindakan itu ditunjukkan dengan warna hitam di tengah papan. Contohnya, tanda tanduk bersilang menunjukkan tidak membunyikan hon.

Tanda wajib adalah tanda jalan yang digunakan untuk menetapkan kewajiban semua lalu lintas yang menggunakan kawasan jalan tertentu. Tidak seperti tanda larangan, tanda wajib memberitahu lalu lintas apa yang mesti dilakukan, dan bukannya tidak boleh dilakukan. Di Malaysia, tanda wajib dipaparkan pada papan bulat berwarna biru dengan simbol putih. Tanda wajib untuk lebuh raya berwarna hijau.

Tanda maklumat di Malaysia adalah papan tanda jalan yang paling kerap digunakan di Malaysia dan biasanya digunakan di mana-mana jenis jalan untuk memberi pengguna maklumat jalan raya mengenai jalan yang mereka gunakan dan jalan di hadapan. Tanda-tanda ini dipaparkan pada papan berbentuk bulat berwarna biru atau hijau. Contohnya ialah papan tanda surau, telefon, atau tandas.


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