JPJ had called for a halt on road tax renewal at certain post offices to reduce loss of government revenue.
RTD says operations will be conducted once the three-month extension period is over.
The companies will also be allowed to sell these numbers.
They are accused of receiving bribes totalling RM10,900.
Rear windscreen and rear windows of private cars can be tinted as dark as wanted under new rules.
Close to 50 Penang JPJ enforcement personnel have been questioned by MACC in connection with an alleged lorry driver protection racket.
Perak RTD seconded six officers on Friday to ensure enforcement operations could continue as normal in Penang.
17 others are freed on bail.
The men aged between 32 and 55 were detained on suspicion of receiving RM10,000 monthly payoffs.
They were transferred to 10 cars to continue their trip to court.
Terrified tester gets out from vehicle and contacts police for help.
The e-hailing company says there are parties out to exploit 'grey areas' during current grace period given by the government.
RTD says this follows amendments to the law, but it is unclear if Grab drivers can pick up a passenger who hails a ride using an online App at the airport.
Director-general Saharuddin Khalid says the implementation of the system should not put pressure on neighbouring countries as it is within our borders.
RTD director-general Shaharuddin Khalid says a committee will be formed and tasked with making it harder for irresponsible people to produce illegal licences.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke gets tough, saying this is necessary as 71,000 Honda owners have not bothered to change faulty Takata airbags despite recall.
Cuepacs president Azih Muda says it is proof of the government's commitment to reviving the economy.
It says the accusations on social media were false and enforcement men were merely carrying out their duties.
Bribe was offered to RTD official to release bus, which was driven by someone without a permit.
Immigration director-general Mustafar Ali says there will be no compromise regardless of the status of the foreign worker, if they are repeat offenders.
Mat Dugong, whose real name is Mohammad Khalifah, also claimed trial to three other charges for housebreaking and theft.
Minister in the PM's Dept Nancy Shukri says data shared with police, RTD and other enforcement agencies for further vetting.
Two of five cars damaged by fire were being investigated for cloning activities.
Founder of D'Herbs Holdings, Aliff Syukri, denies knowing anything about road tax validity for his Rolls Royce which was impounded by RTD on Sunday.