Most motorists will be a sitting duck in a stressful situation during an accident. Us Malaysians tend to kancheong when we don’t know what to do. Here’s a step-by-step guide from CARPUT if you get into an accident (touch wood)! Share it with your family and friends by clicking the share button below!
As every parent know, kids are full of energy and have short attention span! If you’re always commuting with kids in your car, here are five ways to keep your kids happy and entertained.1. BALANCING GAMEBring a bag of pennies along for this game. All passengers – except the driver – try to balance as many coins as possible along their forearms before they fall off.2. GUESS THE DISTANCE Photo credit: www.flickr.com Now, every car has an odometer. Challenge your kids to guess the estimated distances. During the trip, ask themSEE DETAILS
In Malaysia, the landscape of automotive assist is confusing, unreliable and lacks transparency. We’re heading into times where technology, if paired with great customer values, are able to solve these issues. These are a couple of problems drivers are facing in today’s auto-assist industry: – Overpaying for service – Unresponsive professionals – Complicated web of call-centres – Not sure if and when help will arrive – Not sure where your car is being towed to (and notorious releasing fee’s!) CARPUT is an extension from The Battery Shop, a company that offersSEE DETAILS
Driving long distance or for a long period of time can be unpleasant, and sometimes it can be a real pain in the neck. If you’re taking a roadtrip, here are 5 tips to avoid the neck and back pain.1. It’s All About PostureThe ideal angle for your seat is 100 degrees which is just shy away from being straight. Your hands should be placed placed at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock position on the steering wheel.2. Support Your NeckAdjust your headrest so that you can comfortably place your neck on it.SEE DETAILS
Writing about Taiping is something that I enjoy a lot. I religiously promote Taiping when I’m talking about travel destinations. Taiping is the towns of “firsts”. The first museum in Malaysia. The first railway road. The first Anglican church. The first library. The first clock tower. The first lake gardens. The list goes on. It is, therefore, a MUST for me to give Taiping the honour to be the first amongst many posts to come in this series.4 THINGS TO DO IN TAIPING1. FOOD FOOD FOOD Don’t be deceived by the looksSEE DETAILS
In this day and age, owning a car is almost a must for every KL-ite! While we wait for the day where we can move around without a car (ahem!), here are some tech companies that will ease your ownership of a car.1. PAULTAN.ORGWhen you’re in the market to buy a car, everyone knows to head to Paul Tan’s Automotive News, and with good reason. The #1 automotive news website in Malaysia offers honest and invaluable advice on the latest cars. Need a research on what car to buy? GetSEE DETAILS
Automotive assist is a traditional, untouched business in Malaysia. Nobody wants to take the lead to innovate, and we’ve been stuck with unscrupulous service “professionals”, who have been widely known to take advantage of unfavourable situations. So what about the traditional automotive memberships? A yearly subscription that promises to solve any of your roadside headaches – that sounds fantastic. However, after speaking to real customers, we’ve noticed that the response time isn’t great and true transparency is unavailable for both the consumer and the service professional. Besides, if you breakSEE DETAILS