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Topic: National Road Safety Council

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PETALING JAYA: Despite the potential benefits that motorcycle-based e-hailing service might bring to Malaysians, non-governmental organisations are concerned about safety as motorcycles make up the highest number of road accidents in the country.
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PETALING JAYA: With more Malaysians ordering food online and through mobile phone apps, the speed involving how food delivery riders complete orders is posing huge safety risks.
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PETALING JAYA: National Road Safety Council member Lee Lam Thye says authorities are not necessarily to blame for the high number of road accidents, said to have hit 8,000 with 90 fatalities over the ...
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PETALING JAYA: Road safety can be enhanced by strictly enforcing traffic rules, such as those limiting heavy vehicles to speeds below 90kph, according to an academician.
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PETALING JAYA: Despite being well trained to protect and escort VIPs to their destinations, police outriders could do a better job if they discharge their duty in a more courteous and friendly manner,...
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PETALING JAYA: Despite being well trained to protect and escort VIPs to their destinations, police outriders could do a better job if they discharge their duty in a more courteous and friendly manner, says National Road Safety Council member Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.