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Learn to value life and limb

From SAFETY-CONSCIOUS ENGINEER, Kuala Lumpur (via e-mail)

Nation

'Egos cause most accidents'

Love your fellow road users as your own family. This is the key to safety on our roads, said Mohd Ali Miamat Khan, Safety Driving Centre (SDC) manager for driving instructors.

Lifestyle

How servo brakes work

Danny wants to know whether his braking system is in proper order.

Letters

Don’t be shy of tougher measures on the roads

ENOUGH is enough: far too many people have been killed and maimed in horrible traffic accidents on our roads. These painful events are all the more tragic when virtually all of them are so avoidable and unnecessary.

Nation

Lives lost on roads despite warnings

Despite numerous warnings on road safety from the Government and enforcement units, lives are still being lost in road accidents throughout the nation during the Hari Raya festive period. Federal traffic police chief Senior Asst Comm II Koh Hong Sun lamented the total of 48 fatalities in the first three days of I>Ops Sikap V/I>, which began on Thursday.

Nation

Consultant: Set up traffic courts

There is a need to set up a Traffic Court to enable speedier prosecution of traffic offenders to go hand-in-hand with stiffer penalties, said a road safety consultant.

Nation

Road fatalities rising despite safety drive

Despite numerous warnings on road safety from the Government and enforcement units, lives are still being lost in road accidents throughout the nation during the Hari Raya festive period.

Nation

Teach teens about safety, parents told

Parents in rural areas must ensure that their teenage children have a licence to ride motorcycles and also do so with the proper safety gear.

Nation

Stronger annual growth expected

The Week That Was from Nov 17 to Nov 22, compiled by K.S. Usha Devi.

Nation

Big increase in work-related accident claims

Work-related accidents in the country are on the rise, Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn said. Expressing concern over the worrying trend, he said his ministry estimated RM700mil would be paid out in Socso claims to victims of work-related accidents by year end.