As heard from the news and said by Penang Road Transport Department (JPJ) director Datuk Hassan Yaacob, The Vehicle Alterations without permission is said to be illegal in the Section 66 of the Road Transport Act 1987.
However, Datuk Hassan Yaacob did not address the issue of factory-fitted DVD Players in the vehicle but would only say that the department would have to look into it.
Hassan said enforcement teams would go around to check if vehicles had complied with approved specifications.
Those with Xenon headlights will be fined RM300 while vehicles with fancy number plates will be fined RM120.
In the end, the car owners waste money by paying thrice – fixing the parts, paying the fine and paying again to remove them.