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Singapore motorist coughs up RM28,000 to settle 116 summonses

He is among 2,687 Singaporeans discovered to have outstanding tickets against them.

RM5 free parking for lucky 10,000 in Penang

Chief minister launches new smart parking app with e-wallet technology which comes into operation tomorrow.

Motorist lands in jail for punching a guard

He punched guard for frowning at him for parking at lobby of apartment block.

CNY toll discounts at Besraya, NPE, Lekas

The discount, from 12.01am today until midnight, is to say thanks to motorists, says concessionaire.

PH budget prioritises health, higher education ministries

Pakatan Harapan to reinstate ministries' allocations as it also looks to abolish tolls and reinstate fuel subsidy for benefit of motorists.

Motorists can file for compensation over highway jams

However, former Consumer tribunal chairman Pretam Singh says claims are only sustainable if motorists experience traffic jams almost every day on a selected stretch of highway.

Highway concessionaire Plus only good for collecting tolls

Plus should monitor the roads better and respond faster when road mishaps occur instead of allowing a traffic crawl at 11am because of an accident eight hours earlier.

‘No Fault Liability scheme will be unfair to motorists, victims’

Motorists will pay higher premiums while victims will get lower compensation, warns lawyer Kuthubul Zaman Bukhari.

Woman caught driving wrong way on highway

This time, the woman was driving against traffic on the Second Link Expressway near Johor Bahru.

Motorists foil attempt to kidnap woman

The two men had tried to abduct the woman to settle their debts to loan sharks but the screams of the victim attracted attention of passing motorists.

Settle DBKL traffic tickets for as low as RM10

There are 5.4 million unpaid summonses dating back to 2007 and City Hall has begun clamping cars that have more than five outstanding tickets.

Black boxes cut down traffic violations in Vietnam

Black boxes have been installed in 136,000 vehicles nationwide since 2014.

M-cyclists caught between a rock and a hard place

They have to choose between using motorcycle lanes with robbers waiting to pounce on them at night or getting fined by police if they don't.

‘Vigilantes’ praised for teaching errant motorists a lesson

Netizens argue that the actions of the motorcyclists are justified and call for more people to take part in kicking the side mirrors of irresponsible motorists.

JPJ gets serious with ‘ambulance-blockers’

Road Transport Department is taking to court seven vehicle owners who used emergency lanes on highway, blocking an ambulance speeding to scene of accident in Ayer Keroh on May 22.