Posts in Fun with Cars
Driving Past Accident Sites Safely

Car accidents are a common occurrence on Malaysian roads and highways. This behaviour, which is known as ‘rubbernecking’, not only causes congestion because of drivers who slow their vehicles down more than they need to, it also poses great danger both to those doing it and to those around them. Your objective as a responsible driver is to get past the accident site as swiftly as possible, in a manner that keeps you and those around you as safe as possible. Here are few ways to do that!


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Driving While Fasting

It’s 2019 and the holy month of Ramadan is upon yet again in Malaysia and the rest of the world. During this month, Muslims all over the world begin fasting during the day and only eat at night. Did you know that throughout the rest of the year, people fast for many other reasons as well? It’s true! People fast for both religious and nonreligious reasons, like for medical purposes, for fitness (like with intermittent fasting), or even simply as a method to detoxify the body. Here’s a couple of things you need to know about your body when it’s in a fasted state, along with how it might affect your driving and what steps to take to manage the challenges involved.

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5 Types of Motorbikes!

Nowadays, in this era there are various type of motorbikes that catches our eyes! There are pros and cons for every of it! You may have heard the word “KAPCAI” if you are a local. For those who don’t, it is your common conventional motorcycle that you normally see on the road. Some would prefer to call it “Underbone” instead. DO u think you are pro enough about motorbikes? Let’s find out!

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The Fatal Cost of Road Rage

Road rage is an insidious thing, and it always starts off with minor aggressive behaviour. Ranging from fairly benign expletives muttered under your breath, to driving beyond the speed limit, to flipping the finger at a driver who’s annoyed you, we all have varying reserves of patience built into our psyches. The stressors of daily life means that delays in traffic, time crunches and inconsiderate drivers could all be the tipping point in unleashing all this pent up frustration.

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5 Do’s and Don’ts of Car Washing

Maintaining the cleanliness of your vehicle exterior does more than the obvious sense of satisfaction it brings - it also preserves your car’s pristine finish, which would translate into a higher resale value when you decide to upgrade. Like all things worthwhile, it takes a certain degree of diligence to clean your car regularly, instead of doing it only when your friends have left handwritten dust-trail messages on your door.

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Buying A New Car? Here Are 5 Things To Avoid Doing

Buying a new car can be a joyous occasion, but it can also turn out to be a total horror show if you do not make the right decisions. Buying a car can be a joyous occasion, but it can also turn out to be a horrible experience if you do not make the right decisions. Buying a car isn’t a small decision to make, nor should it be done hastily. If you make the wrong choices when buying a car, it will not only be a huge financial mistake and burden, but it can also result in a lot of frustration.

 

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Distractions from Driving with Pets

We typically associate driving distractions with the usual culprits - phone usage, eating in the car, looking for a dropped object on the floor. However, few of us fully realise the driving distractions leaving a pet unsecured can cause. Most pet owners travel with their pets. A 2011 Kurgo/AAA survey discovered that 29% of drivers admit to getting actively distracted by their dog while driving, while 65% of them admit to engaging in at least one potentially distracting activity while driving with their dog.



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Riding Safely in Kuala Lumpur

So you’ve just got yourself a brand new bike, and you want to take it out for a ride all around Kuala Lumpur. As with anything new, there’s going to be a bit of a learning curve while you pick up new skills and experiences, and get your body used to operating and maneuvering that motorcycle of yours. Here’s some good news for you: you don’t have to learn everything the hard way. Instead of learning from scratch, here are a few starter tips to help you avoid making rookie mistakes and build up your motorcycle-riding abilities.


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5 Benefits of Joining a Car Club

One thing that we as human beings do well is form tribes. In modern terms, this means that we’re great at forming groups and clubs for almost any reason we can find. These clubs can be with people who love the same music, movies, books, and as you may have guessed already, even for people who drive the same kinds of cars! For those of us who are unfamiliar with this kind of subculture, it may be a little confusing since we may not know much about it. What do people do in car clubs? What sort of benefits do people reap from investing so much time and effort into such clubs?



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5 Ways to Secure Your Parked Bike

Often these days when we read news about vehicle thefts, it's usually in regards to the theft of cars. While that might lead some to believe that motorcycles rarely or never get stolen, the reality is actually very different. Responsible motorcycle owners understand that there is no way to completely eliminate the risk of their bike being stolen, but what they can do is reduce that risk by taking a few cautionary measures.

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4 Tips for Instagrammable Car Photos

Let’s be honest: one of the most enjoyable parts of using Instagram is the feeling we get when we snap a great picture, post it to our profile,. and get a lot of positive engagement on it; be it in the form of likes or in the form of positive feedback. No matter what kind of car you drive, the fact is that its YOUR car, it’s your pride and joy, and a great way to take pride in your vehicle is to take good pictures of it with the same amount of rigour you would invest in taking pictures of yourself or your loved ones.

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How Emotions Make Your Driving Worse

As human beings, we are emotional creatures. Despite how much we’d like to believe that we are logical and are always in control of our behaviours, the fact remains that our emotional state affects how we think, behave, and even how we make decisions. Three examples of emotions that can affect us badly while driving are anger, anxiety, and believe it or not, even sadness. While it’s true that these emotions can affect our driving negatively, each of them actually do so in very different ways. Let’s take a quick look at each one.

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