Many fear crime rate will go up with darker windows

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  • Wednesday, 08 May 2019

Going to the dark side: A worker installing a tinted window at a car services shop in Kuala Lumpur.

PETALING JAYA: While some lauded the move, many ordinary Malaysians are against the new regulations that allow motorists to have their rear windshields and passenger windows tinted as dark as they want.

They took to social media to express their concerns on road safety and crime, while some even urged the government to “think of the children”.

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