Thats the headline in The Star.
Eventhough for JPJ Director he "thought he had seen it all — but no, some motorists still continue to surprise him with their reckless behaviour on the road." -The Star
For your information Datuk, all those are normal sights and practice on our road that motorist face daily on our "Malaysian Road".
He goes to say, “The JPJ needs the public’s help so that reckless drivers will not get away unpunished,” I remember there was a website a few years ago where the public sent photographs of motorist flouting the law but wonder how many offender were taken action on.
Now the public are asked to take photo of drivers flouting traffic law and send to email@example.com
What if the photo was taken by a driver behind the wheel? He himself is committing an offence.
When JPJ receives photos more than they can handle, what will happen?
I remember last time when Grade A Government officer can book traffic offender. Do they have the authority to do so and under what clause?
Thing will never change unless the individual himself-herself change.