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FT RTD to auction 100 impounded vehicles - list includes Mercedes and BMW

Bernama

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Modified 25 Sep 2019, 3:50 am

One hundred impounded vehicles will be auctioned off by the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur's Road Transport Department (FT RTD) at the Dewan Merpati on Oct 9.

Its director Ismail Zawawi said the auction involves 66 units of motorcars and 34 motorcycles, which had been impounded earlier for various offences, including cloning.

"Members of the public who are interested to participate in the auction can come earlier to purchase the Auction Book Document from today until Oct 8 at the FT RTD's Financial Unit from 8.30am until 4pm.

“Public inspection of the impounded vehicles will be held on Oct 7 and 8, beginning at 10am until 3.30pm,” Ismail told a media conference yesterday.

This is the second round of auctions to be held. A total of RM1,053,250 was collected from the auction of impounded vehicles in the first series involving 101 vehicles.

The vehicles to be auctioned off include Mercedes Benz, BMW, Honda Jazz, Toyota Wish and Mitsubishi Lancer cars, as well as Honda Wave motorcycles.

The vehicles were among 344 units impounded by the WPKL JPJ beginning early this year until August.

Members of the public can contact the FT RTD Auction Unit at telephone number 03-41450846 for further information.

- Bernama

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