Posts in Fun with Cars
Maintaining an Old Car vs. Buying A New One

Let me tell you about the car that I drive.

I’ve been driving the same car for the past 12 years. It was a gift from my father after my SPM examinations so that I could drive to and from college every day comfortably.

Over the years, both my friends and my family have constantly told me to buy a new car like most other people do, but I have so far resisted the urge to get rid of my beloved car. As far as I’m concerned, I love my car, it has sentimental value to me, and because of how many hours I’ve spent behind it’s wheel, I’m an expert driver when I’m driving my own car.


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Why Don’t Buses Have Seatbelts?

Seatbelts are probably one of the first things that come to mind when exploring the topic of automobile safety. No matter what kind of car you drive, be it a domestically produced vehicle or a model imported from overseas, no matter if its a high-end supercar or even a compact family car, one thing they call have in common is seatbelts for every passenger. These belts come in many forms, though the most common are two- and three-point seatbelts.

Have you ever noticed that larger vehicles, particularly buses, do not have any seatbelts?


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How Alcohol Affects Driving Ability

“Drink responsibly”. “Don’t drink and drive”. “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk”.

These are some of the many phrases that have been repeated endlessly on television, radio, and even online in advertisements. Ask anyone and they’ll agree with you that combining drinking and driving is one of the most terrible things a person could do.


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This Company Is Incorporating SPACE TECH To Make Your Motorbike Safer

Riding on a motorcycle makes all of us more vulnerable as compared to sitting in a car. It’s part of the risk of riding a bike, but it’s also for the thrill. For many years, motorcycle manufacturers have been working to increase the safety of the riders with technologies like inflatable vests, smart helmets and others to increase the protection on the riders. Some are successful, some, not so much.

So where will the next inspiration come from? Well, German manufacturer Bosch thinks that the next big break may come from space, the final frontier.

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Balik Kampung - Rent or Drive Your Own?

The festive season is just around the corner. For many of us, that means long drives back to our hometowns in our cars, packed with family members and relatives, sitting in terrible jams in every direction on the nation's main highways.

What if, instead of driving your own car, you used someone else’s vehicle instead? Sure, you could try and borrow a car from a close friend or relative, but that could be an awkward conversation trying to convince someone to lend you their car for a long road trip.


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SMART Goal Setting

Whether or not you realise it, your day is full of goals.

From setting your alarm clock to wake up at a specific time, to making plans of exactly what you’ll be eating for dinner, you are exercising your goal-setting muscle in so many little ways that you may not even be aware of it anymore.

Think about all the people you know in your life. Have you noticed that some of them seem to be more driven and motivated in everything that they do? Chances are, people like that have a clear list of goals that they wish to pursue and that’s why they don’t waste time in pursuing them.

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Customer Service and a Diagnosis Expert? Be Both!

Are you a people person? Do you love communicating as much as you love the automotive industry? If yes, you can strive in the service industry. Customer service is the core of every company’s front line. You will be the main player for customer satisfaction and loyalty. Up your game by taking the Automotive Customer Service course by TOC Automotive College.

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Adjusting to New Environments

College is the beginning of the rest of your life, in my opinion. From the point you enter college to the point you go for your first internship, followed by your career and all the jobs you will experience through your life, one of the most important skills you can have is this: knowing how to adjust to new environments.

Not only does this apply to your academic and professional lives, this also applies to your personal life as well. We as human beings do not enjoy moving to new environments where everything is unfamiliar, especially when we move to a new place away from the home we’ve lived in our whole lives!


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