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How To Negotiate With An Insurance Company After An Accident

You were just in an accident and the police report indicates the other driver was at fault. Yet, the diver’s insurance company doesn’t want to pay. This is to be expected. It’s what insurance companies do. To get them to pay out, it can sometimes take some tough negotiating skills to make sure you are […]

... written on Jan 18 2020

The Lust For Style, Status & Luxury – PAS’ Version Of BMF Actually Means “Buy Mercedes First”

Kelantan is not only the poorest state (GDP per-capita) in Malaysia, but also had the highest number of HIV and AIDS cases in the country. The so-called “Corridor of Makkah” where its state leaders are all “ulama” depends heavily on the federal government for everything – from money for development expenditure to even loan to […]

... written on Jan 17 2020

Private Jet, Fake Name, Musical Instrument Box – Here’s How Ex-Nissan Hero Carlos Ghosn Escaped Japan

Former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was awaiting trial on criminal charges in Japan, has confirmed speculations that he has fled the country and is in Lebanon. So far, there has been silence from Japan, probably embarrassed – even furious – as to how Mr. Ghosn could pull a stunning escape from the Japanese prosecutor and authorities.   Denying […]

... written on Jan 01 2020

Singapore Shows Off Flying Volocopter – But German Lilium Proves It’s A Reality To Fly In A Taxi For $70

Flying cars or taxis for urban and other short-distance travels is possible. Airborne vehicles as replacement for conventional automobiles, however, are still years away from reality. So if someone tells you that flying vehicles are commercially available at the end of the year, take such idiotic statement with a pinch of salt. Issues such as […]

... written on Oct 23 2019

China Hits Back – New Tariffs On $75 Billion Of U.S. Goods, Tariff On Cars Would Be As High As 50%

China has made good on its promise to retaliate against President Donald Trump’s latest 10% tariff on US$300 billion worth of Chinese goods. On Friday (August 23), the Chinese State Council announced it decided to slap tariffs ranging from 5% to 10% on US$75 billion U.S. goods in two batches – effective on Sept. 1 […]

... written on Aug 24 2019

This Driver Was Shocked When Jewel Car Park At Changi Airport Shows Parking Fees Of S$3,158.72

Jewel Car Park at Terminal 1 of Changi Airport charges S$0.04 per minute for the first 90 minutes. Subsequent 30 minutes or part thereof will be S$5 per 30 minutes. However, the rate for general parking at level B3 to B5 is S$0.04 per minute. Here’s the Math question – How long do you need […]

... written on Apr 27 2019

Arrested!! – Here’s The Face Of The Savage MRT Robber Who Brutally Attacked A Defenceless Woman

The brutality of a robber who attacked a defenceless woman in a lift at the Taman Mutiara Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station in Cheras District, Kuala Lumpur, was so savage that Member of Parliament Lim Lip Eng offered a RM10,000 (US$2,445; £1,895) bounty. A 57-second closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera recording of the incident has gone […]

... written on Feb 19 2019

Fast & Furious Crash On Penang Bridge – Vios Driver Under Influence Of Marijuana Should Be Jailed

Malaysian drivers are infamous for their reckless driving and more often than not, transform into “speed demons” the moment they are in command of the steering wheel. Cutting queues, beating traffic lights, honking at everybody, switching lanes abruptly, showing middle fingers and refusal to use indicator light are some normal manners on the road.   […]

... written on Jan 21 2019

Open Up The Market!! – Government Should Not Be Held Hostage By Greedy Petrol Station Operators

Finally, the much overdue price reduction of fuel is here. While Americans enjoyed gasoline as low as US$1.49 a gallon or RM1.63 a litre, Malaysians had to pay RM2.20 a litre for RON95. Effective 12.01am Saturday (Jan 5), RON95 and RON97 will see a reduction of 27 sen from RM2.20 per litre to RM1.93 per […]

... written on Jan 05 2019

You’re Fired!! – Nissan Hero Carlos Ghosn’s Financial Scandal Exposes Bad Blood In Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance

Carlos Ghosn has been considered the hero of the Japanese automotive industry for the last 20 years. After successfully restructuring Renault through a cost-cutting plan in 1998-2000, he earned the nickname “Le Cost Killer.” His radical restructuring of the Renault – reducing workforce, revising production processes and pushing for new models – successfully contributed to […]

... written on Nov 23 2018









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