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CMCO: Selected TNG RFID Fitment centres are now open

If you’re planning to get your car fitted with RFID, Touch ‘n Go has announced that selected fitment centres are now open. Prior to this, all TNG RFID fitment centres were closed since the implementation of the movement control order on 18th March.

According to TNG, the following fitment centres are open starting from 13th May 2020:

Tesco Bukit Puchong – Bandar Bukit Puchong⁣⁣
D Pulze Cyberjaya, Dtox – Cyberjaya⁣⁣
Giant Kelana Jaya – Kelana Jaya⁣⁣
Duke Rnr Tol Segambut – Kuala Lumpur⁣⁣
E Max Car Accessories – Taman Permata⁣⁣
Bok Tyre And Battery – Bayan Lepas⁣⁣
Chia Auto Center Pandan Indah – Pandan Indah⁣⁣
Success Service And Maintenance – Johor Bahru⁣⁣
JJB Auto Service Center – Johor Bahru⁣⁣
Pit Stop Auto Care – Johor Bahru⁣⁣
Best Tune Auto Workshop – Sungai Jawi⁣⁣
Ss Tyre And Motorcraft Enterprise – Georgetown⁣⁣
H20 House Of Tyres And Rims Sdn Bhd – Klang⁣⁣
V Pro Car Accessories – Puchong⁣⁣
Wan Hing Automotive – Bandar Baru Bangi⁣⁣
Lim Tayar Subang Jaya – Subang Jaya⁣⁣
Lim Tayar Seremban 2 – Seremban⁣⁣
Lim Tayar Hulu Klang – Ampang⁣⁣

As we are still under the conditional movement control order, all customers are urged to practice safe and responsible social distancing measures to ensure safety for everyone. With RFID, you can reduce human interaction as toll charges are deducted from your Touch ‘n Go Wallet and it reduces the need to queue up to top up your physical TNG card.


For new users, the TNG RFID tag costs RM35. If you’re interested to register, you can sign up here. A Touch ‘n Go Wallet will be required.


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