Driving Safety

Malaysian Public Encouraged To Take Pictures Of Road Traffic Offenders

Unlike other festive occasions previously, Hari Raya celebrations scheduled for 31st August 2011. The Road Transport Authorities (RTD) and the Police this year, they will no longer organize any road blocks. This is to ensure a smoother flow of traffic as a result of the impending Hari Raya “balik kampung” rush. During that time, Malaysians, [...]

By | 2012-09-21T18:13:06+08:00 August 20th, 2011|Driving Safety|4 Comments

10 Tips To Travel Safely With a Child In Our Cars

It is compulsory for cars and small lorries to have seat belts if you are driving in Malaysia. The wearing of rear seat belt was recently introduced here in March 2010. The seat belt or more popularly known as the “safety belt”, was said to have been first introduced in America by Ford motors corporation. [...]

By | 2012-09-21T18:13:18+08:00 August 17th, 2011|Driving Safety|3 Comments

5 Reasons Why Express Buses Crashed On Malaysian Roads

After the Sikap campaign or the Road Safety Campaign conducted by the authorities, the Road Transport Department(J.P.J.), the police and others, no more tragic and horrific incidents were reported this year. The J.P.J followed up the above campaign with stringent checks on tour and express buses. The Road Transport Department at one stage was reported [...]

By | 2012-09-21T18:16:41+08:00 May 18th, 2011|Driving Safety|5 Comments