Enforcement 101: Dashcam, Another Great Source for Strict Enforcement

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Dashcams are nowadays an essential part of the vehicle these days. Image source: Wikipedia

Let’s start with an interesting video that shows a lack of enforcement:-

The above dashcam video, whilst may seem impressive demonstrates how some morons rather endanger other road users so that they can have cheap thrills on the road.… [Click to read the rest] “Enforcement 101: Dashcam, Another Great Source for Strict Enforcement”

Driving Skills 101: Stopping Stupid Pesky Motorcyclists From Our Roads Part 2

Read Part 1 here

Motorcyclists

(As I said it before, it does not matter if you are riding a 50cc bike or a 1500 cc bike. When you fall, your head and your skin suffers the same. No matter what you ride, proper riding attire is a must. Image source: http://www.ridesafebacksafe.co.uk)

In case you missed, this was in the news a couple days ago:-

About RM9bil, or two percent of the Gross Domestic Product of RM528bil in 2010, is lost annually from accidents.

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Enforcement 101: Ops Sikap: Attitude vs Enforcement

UPDATE: Follow up on Ops Sikap, it is good to hear that the police is going all out for those who are speeding on the roads. Hopefully, they will find better ways to crack down pesky motorcyclists and enforce the law on those who change lane without putting on the indicators, abuse the emergency lane, hog the roads, etc

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(Caught this video back in 2008 of those who abuse the emergency lane – nothing have changed in 2011.[Click to read the rest] “Enforcement 101: Ops Sikap: Attitude vs Enforcement”

Highway 101: Stubborn of the Stubborn

Some still don’t get it, don’t they?

Let’s recap something that was highlighted way before the holidays:-

Traffic offenders will no longer be given discounts on police summons fines beginning from Monday.

According to an internal directive issued to all traffic police divisions today, traffic offenders will have to pay the compound fines according to the computer generated summonses and appeals for discounts or waivers will no longer be entertained.

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