Hari Raya is a time where everyone is in a joyful mood, with fun times with family, friends and food. To make sure you have a great balik kampung trip, here’s a simple checklist for you to make sure that you won’t forget anything in the Raya rush back home. Heading Home For Raya? Here’s A Checklist To Make Sure You Balik Kampung Safely!Read More
In the last of our series on Distracted Driving, we explore several other unseemly dangerous antics commonly done on the road. The chances of the drivers to get into something that they do not expect is quite high, drivers often do not take these things seriously and it might involve them in situation that they do not wish to be in.Read More
There is perhaps no other distraction more dangerous than phone use behind the wheel, mostly because it has been normalised into something commonplace and acceptable. April is Distracted Driving Awareness month, and we will be covering various forms of distractions that can have a profoundly dangerous effect on your driving ability.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has cited Malaysian roads to be one of the riskiest roads in the world. We had almost 550,000 road accidents in 2018 alone, approximately 1% of them resulting in fatalities. While this percentage may seem small, more than 100 people die each week from road accidents. With April being Distracted Driving Awareness Month, join us in learning and recognising the true extent of danger that distracted driving can cause.