Which location has Automated Enforcement System (AES) camera in Malaysia? That’s one of the popular topics in Malaysia currently. JPJ Malaysia has a list of AES camera locations in Malaysia. However, I never manage to get that information due to server down issue. Luckily, there are several unofficial sources that provide these AES camera locations. There are loaded with lot of traffic light camera and speed trap camera locations. Valid or not? You let me know…
AES camera locations in Malaysia
Posted by Jayce Ooi as Automotive
There are a lot of window films in Malaysia. Brands like V-KOOL, 3M, Hüper Optik, LLumar, ECOTINT, Solar Gard, Air Cool, Armorcoat… However, which car tinting to choose is the question that I am facing right now. I did some researches online. And narrow down into 4 popular brands ~ V-KOOL, 3M, Hüper Optik and LLumar.
Window tint level
V-KOOL is a pioneer in window films technology in Malaysia. The ‘V’ in V-KOOL is derived from the spectral-selectivity properties characterized by the films’ coating. In a wavelength vs. rejection graph, V-KOOL lets most of the visible light through, but rejects almost all the infra-red and ultra-violet wavelengths. This appears as a V-shaped graph, thereby representing the ‘V’ in V-KOOL. Cool, right?
V-KOOL Malaysia Window Film
3M Malaysia Crystalline Solar Film is one of the choices for my Honda City. It is produced using patented proprietary Multi-Layered Optical Film (MOF) technology that provides superior rejection, keeping you cool and comfortable throughout the day.
3M Malaysia Crystalline Solar Film
Before got my Honda City, I planned to install windows film on it. It will help to reduce some heat on Malaysia hot weather. There is lot of window films brands like 3M, V-Kool… And they offer several products which have visible light transmittance of 70%, 60%, 50% and 40%. So can we install anyone of them that we like? I am not sure. Because based on JPJ Malaysia Installation of Tinted Glass Rules below…
Rules 5 (1) and 5 (3) of the Motor Vehicles (Prohibition of Certain Types of Glass), Amendment 2000, stipulate that the front windscreen should permit not less than 70% light transmission, while the back windscreen and side windows should permit not less than 50% light transmission. (link)