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  1. Here I am writing two back-to-back articles on accidents involving reckless Singapore-registered vehicles in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. This time, it involves a hotter hatch than the Volkswagen Golf GTI (Read it here) - the Mercedes A45 AMG. Watch the video of the accident here: What Happened? The following accident occurred in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, in the early hours of 8th May, Sunday. A Mercedes A45 was gunning down the road of Jalan Johor Bahru - Kota Tinggi (Jalan Serampang Intersection) at high speed. Somehow or rather, the Mercedes driver lost contr
  2. After 2 long years, we can finally drive into Johor Bahru to do the things we love - pumping cheap petrol, eating delicious food and going for massages. However, not all of us deserve this privilege. Especially for reckless hooligans such as this driver: What Happened? The following incident occurred at a roundabout in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. A Singaporean Volkswagen Golf GTI was travelling at a fast speed and recklessly cutting lanes as he entered a roundabout. Just as he chiong-ed into the roundabout, he was caught unaware of an oncoming Malaysian MPV
  3. We need to shine the spotlight on a Singaporean driver who puts all other Singaporean drivers to shame. Let’s look at the minute-ish video: Mazda 5 driver, why are you so entitled? There are two incidents here. 1. Driver parking wherever he pleases It’s a single-lane road in each direction. But our friend thinks he is some big-shot Datuk and happily parks his car on the road. Other cars behind would have to go around the Mazda 5 if there’s no oncoming traffic in the opposite lane. How selfish can one be? 2. Driving on the road shoulder li
  4. With border restrictions lifted on the 1st of April 2022, Singaporeans can finally travel to Malaysia whenever they want. That means driving in for 'Lok Lok', getting a massage or filling your tank with subsidised petrol is now possible once again! However, security and law enforcement across the border tends to sway on the lax side of things as seen in this alarming video of a Singapore-registered car being "broken into". Or is there another story? Don't be so quick to judge Before you read on, let me establish the possibility of having two sides to the story.
  5. The recent weekend was probably eventful for most Singaporeans and Malaysians in Singapore as the Causeway reopened for the first time in 2 years due to the pandemic. Many Singaporeans flocked to Johor Bahru to do the things they love most: shopping, eating and pumping cheap petrol. "Sia Suay" Unfortunately, Singaporeans have become notorious in Malaysia for the wrong things during the opening weekend. This includes jacking up their car to 'effectively pump more petrol' and pumping the subsidised RON95 fuel, exclusive only for Malaysians. NGL, the above in
  6. Zxcvb

    JB Crimewatch

    Let's start a thread here to archive JB's crime. There's a similar thread in sammyboy alfresco forum.
  7. I'm gleaning off the pages posted by a HWZ member mosmos. Here are some places for food in JB from some foodie magazine found in JB. For driving instructions, I suggest using maps.google.com To tag places, I suggest using mapdoo.com This is a map company based in Malaysia. Free membership and tag to your heart's content. Do post your tags here for places you have eaten. If can take picture for FR, please do. Restaurant name: Warisan Anjung Location: D/A Taman Seri Budaya 296A Jalan Petri 80100 Johor Bahru Cuisine: Malay food Restaurant name: Carabao Restaurant Sdn Bhd Location: 16 Jalan Da
  8. Any bro with recommendation on reliable service and indicative pricing? Thanks.
  9. https://www.facebook.com/minzhuqingnian/photos/a.797958413582910.1073741829.791332874245464/938366196208797/ doubt she knows the history of DAP.
  10. If you haven't been keeping up with the news lately, Malaysia just started a new rule for foreign registered cars. From today onwards, foreign registered cars will not be allowed to pump more than 20 litres of petrol within 50 kilometres of border areas. Put a cap on those tear ducts because it's not all that bad. Unless the Malaysian authorities have found a way to measure the amount of petrol you've pumped, you can just easily pump 20 litres at this petrol station then go on to the rest to top off your tank. Assuming you're that determined. True that it's an inconvenience but only a min
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