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Routine Vehicle Inspection (RPK)

Every vehicle driver must thoroughly inspect the vehicle before starting it to ensure that overall condition of vehicle’s body is good. In addition, a driver must ensure that required tools to replace punctured tyre, a well inflated spare tyre, and emergency triangle are placed in the vehicle. All drivers should check water level of radiator, wiper reservoir, acid level of battery, […]

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Routine Before Driving (RSM)

Routine before driving or Rutin Sebelum Memandu (RSM) is a set of instructions every driver has to follow once sit in driving seat to make sure that certain electronic, electrical, and mechanical systems of car are working normally. Like RPK, RSM procedure is also endorsed by Road Transport Department (JPJ), Malaysia to ensure safe on road driving experience. […]

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Safe Driving Routine (CITO)

Similar to Drive in Malaysia's (DIM) slogan "Safety First", Malaysia's government and Road Transport Department (JPJ) is keenly concerned with safety of Malaysian and foreigner road users. Safe driving routine or Rutin Selamat Memandu (CITO) is a set of safe driving principles endorsed by JPJ to be followed by all vehicle drivers. When you are driving, you must keep yourself […]

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Driving Action Plan (PTP)

While driving a vehicle, the brain of a driver continuously processes the sensory information in order to make correct decisions. We all know that every human being has five senses i.e., sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. Among these senses, 2 senses are very important in driving i.e., sight and hearing. Human Eyes transform light into image signals.These signals are sent to the […]

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Difficulties and Challenges Faced by Female Drivers in Malaysia

Driving, whether on a comfort car, luxury car or a weather-beaten truck can provide utility depending on the user’s needs. The human nature is such that a balance ought to be obtained between satisfaction of needs and the budgetary constraint involved. On an economic perspective, individuals tend to behave rationally in order to maximise benefits received from consuming […]

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Drunk Driving in Malaysia: Preliminary Information, Law, and Penalties

Drunk driving or driving under the influence (DUI) is a term often heard nowadays. It is also called driving while intoxicated (DWI), operating while intoxicated (OWI), and operating vehicle under the influence (OVI). We see this almost every day in the news because it has become a serious problem in our society which is the major cause of road crashes and traffic fatalities worldwide. […]

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