Another special number plate series is now available for Malaysian motorists, and joins ‘RIMAU‘, ‘PERFECT’, ‘NAAM’, ‘VIP’, and ‘GT’ from 2016 and the ‘PATRIOT’ plate from 2015 on the unique plates list. Officially introduced a couple of months ago, the latest special plate is ‘SMS’, and as usual, the numbers in the series run from SMS 1 to SMS 9999.

The SMS plate is in celebration of the Sultan of Kedah’s two-term reign as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, and honours Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah via the initials of the vehicle plate series. The plate has been released by the Yayasan Sultanah Bahiyah (YSB) foundation, with the numbers being marketed by Perintis Jerai and issued via the Road Transport Department (JPJ).

The foundation says that main objective of SMS is to raise funds for its cause in helping needy citizens, especially the elderly and children. Fancy SMS-ing your car, then?