SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2012
Malaysia Latest Summon News:Owners Of Vehicles Without Third Rear Seat Belt: Fines RM300 车后座乘客没绑安全带:罚三百令吉
Owners Of Vehicles Without Third Rear Seat Belt: Fines RM300
Road Safety Department director-general Leslie Leon announced on Tuesday that owners of vehicles without third rear seat belts will be issued traffic summonses, effective Jan 1 2012.
"Proton and Perodua have been carrying out a three-year campaign, from 2009 until Dec 31, to install free third rear seat belts for their make of vehicles, but sadly people are still lax about the matter," he said after launching a Road Safety Campaign at the International Islamic University (IIU) here.
Leslie was commenting on the reported statement by Proton and Perodua that claimed that the numbers coming in for the free fitting were still low.
Proton reported that only 17.68 percent of its vehicle owners have fitted out the seat belts, while Perodua has recorded 43 percent so far.
6 simple steps to install rear seat belts
The owner can actually make an appointment by telephone, without registration to the service center.
The installation must have registered cars carry.
The owners have to pay certain labor costs (ranging from more than ten ringgit).
If the owners can not arrive at the scheduled time, after 15-30 minutes late considered abstaining.
Installation time is about 30-60 minutes (depending on individual circumstances).
If the depot found in the car (especially the old KANCIL and KENARI) can not install rear seat belts, the staff will be labeled "REAR SEAT BELT EXEMPTED" sticker.
(FREE INSTALLATION OF REAR SEAT BELT NEED TO CHECK YOUR CAR DEPOT-PRODUA FREE INSTALLATION UNTIL FEBRUARY 2012)
- 如果有关车厂发现有关车子(尤其旧的KANCIL和KENARI)无法安装后座安全带,工作人员会贴上REAR SEAT BELT EXEMPTED的标语牌,就代表不用安装后座安全带也可以放心上路
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