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Here is why we should not double park

By Faiming_low on 02 Jul 2014

Attached Image While double parking is a common sight in Malaysia, we are glad it is not a common practice in Singapore. Watch this Nissan Navara driver take matters into his own hands as he gets sick of waiting for the Perodua Myvi's owner to get his car out of the way. With at least 356Nm of twisting force and a towing capacity of 3 tonnes, it easily pushes the poor little hatchback out of its way and leaves it in the middle of the road.
 
The full-time score? Nissan Navara 1, Perodua Myvi 0. 
  


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Since young, Fai Ming has always centered his life around cars. In fact his first word was 'car' and not 'mum' or 'dad'. Aren't kids cute?



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ManHong Jul 02 2014 03:08 PM

quite dangerous sia, but i support that Navara~

BabyBlade Jul 02 2014 05:41 PM

That is damn dangerous la but I do not know what else can be done other than to wait for the dumbass driver to come back. While I do not condone the actions of the Navara driver as it endangered the rest of the road users, and also caused unnecessary buildup of traffic, I can empathize with his frustrations. Would applaud his actions if he did not have to push the Perodua into heavy traffic. 

 

Well, Malaysia Boleh! Enough said.

bellboy Jul 03 2014 09:35 AM

The tires of the Navara not very good. You can see the rear wheels spinning as it struggles to push out the Myvi. 

 

I won't be surprised if the Myvi driver is a lady. Female drivers tend to be oblivious to their surroundings be it while driving or parking. 

Turboflat4 Jul 03 2014 12:02 PM
It's just a little Perodua Myvi. Should've picked it up and thrown it into a longkang instead of endangering traffic. :D
Jungus Jul 03 2014 12:07 PM

and all the dumbass drivers and riders continued to squeeze through the narrowing lane despite the potential danger...

 

Malaysia boleh alright...

StreetFight3r Jul 03 2014 12:28 PM

The truck driver also one kind... he can't even see oncoming traffic bt he is just pushing the Myvi out.... two wrongs dun make a right loh.

StreetFight3r Jul 03 2014 12:29 PM

That is damn dangerous la but I do not know what else can be done other than to wait for the dumbass driver to come back. While I do not condone the actions of the Navara driver as it endangered the rest of the road users, and also caused unnecessary buildup of traffic, I can empathize with his frustrations. Would applaud his actions if he did not have to push the Perodua into heavy traffic. 

 

Well, Malaysia Boleh! Enough said.

 

welcome to bolehland!

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