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Tips : How to make your own road tax holder with transparent cd holder!

When you remove your road tax from your windscreen do you suffer and annoyed doing that and leaving behind all the some remaining of the road tax can’t be removed easily? Do you use your nails, coin to peeling out the old road tax?

Do you pay extra just to get the road tax protective film / sticker every year and you still pay extra amount courier charges to buy the film?

Why susah payah? Worry no more and here I will tell you how! Just get a CD case / CD holder, those casing that you get when you buy CD in Pasar Malam will do the trick!

Malaysia Road Tax

Step 1 : Get ready your road tax of coz!

CD Case\

Step 2 : Find a clear and good transparent cd case / holder.

Road Tax + CD Case

Cut out CD Case

Step 3 : Cut a piece cover out of the cd case / holder.

Peel of Road Tax

Step 4 : Peel off the road tax.

Road Tax

Road Tax + CD Case

Step 5 : Stick the road tax to the transparent cd cover / holder.

Road Tax Stick to CD Case

Step 6 : Cut the cd cover / holder according to the road tax size.

Road Tax Holder

Road Tax Holder

Final Step : Stick it to your windscreen! Taadaa!

So now you can simply do you own road tax holder which cost you almost nothing!


This is the teaser to something up coming very soon!

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