Buckle up, bus passengers told


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  • Thursday, 22 Jan 2009

PETALING JAYA: Express bus passengers are advised to buckle up even though there is no law enforcing them to do so just yet.

Pan Malaysian Bus Operators Association (PMBOA) chief Datuk Ashfar Ali said about 500 buses in the country have already been fitted with safety belts.

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