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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The Automatic Transmission for Driving License implemented in Malaysia.


Salam Mesra all, Psstt... dah dengar pasal ni tak? . My reaction..Wahh at Last... Untunglah badan pada pemandu baru yang dibenarkan belajar dan test mengunakan Auto Car. My zaman?...uhhh memang pahit untuk ditelan, tapi manis untuk di kenang..:D Memang susah sangat nak guna Manual car untuk belajar. Lagilah kalau kereta yang digunakan oleh kelas memandu tu dah uzur dan setering pun keras macam tunggul. Naik bukit memang reverse selalu. Apatah lagi nak belajar di jalanraya, Gear 1 boleh tertukar ke Gear 5. Itu belum lagi kena marah dengan cikgu tu..haha.. sampai menangis la banyak kali time tu..after 2 kali gagal baru dapat lesen itu pun sampai tak makan satu hari sebab risau nak tunggu giliran. Lepas dapat lesen, my hubby car is manual. Alamat simpan sajalah lesen tu dan renew bila tamat tempoh. Until recently, kitaorang dah pindah rumah yang jauh dari LRT, so I terpaksa memandu ke LRT. Nasib baik dah ada kereta Auto. So , kepada yang baru nak ambik lesen tu..memang bertuah badan. Rasanya kalau pakai Auto tu sekali je lulus tu time nak ambik test ..:D. Btw saya kongsikan news on this disini ya, sharing is caring kan..:-)


29-12-2012,KUALA LUMPUR: The automatic transmission driving licence will be implemented nationwide in May after the driving curriculum is revised, said Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri.

He said the new driving curriculum would enable learner drivers to learn to drive and take a test in an automatic transmission car.

“The ministry is not in a hurry to implement the automatic transmission car driving test to be fair to driving school operators.

“We need to give them time as they have to replace manual transmission cars with automatic transmission cars and this is costly,” he told Bernama.

He said despite the introduction of the automatic transmission driving licence, learner drivers could choose to learn and take a test either in a manual or an automatic transmission car.

Rahim anticipates that more people, especially older learners and women, would prefer to drive in a car with automatic gears as it was a lot easier.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said those who passed the test for the automatic transmission driving licence test would not be allowed to drive cars with manual gears.

“Only those who have taken the manual transmission licence will be allowed to drive both manual and automatic transmission cars,” he said when contacted by the New Straits Times yesterday.

On the new driving curriculum, Rahim said it would focus on producing discerning and disciplined motorists to help reduce fatal accidents as human factor was the root cause behind 60 to 70 per cent of accidents.

"Previously, our curriculum emphasised driving skills and knowledge of the highway code, but now we want to churn out considerate motorists."

On the Kejara demerit system, he said there was no proposal to replace the system as it was still relevant and used in many countries.

Under the system, drivers who get 15 demerit points the first time will have their licence suspended for six months.


This morning I hear from the Radio on the implementation.
13-1-2012 , IPOH: Learner drivers who pass their automatic transmission driving tests will only be allowed to drive automatic transmission vehicles starting May, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha said.

He said through the new system, those tested using manual cars would be allowed to drive both manual and automatic transmission vehicles.

"We are formulating a plan to modify the New Driver's Education Curriculum which includes the option of using automatic cars for testing.

"We leave it to learner drivers to choose between an automatic or manual car for their test.

"Being tested in a manual car entitles the licence holder to drive both types of transmission, while automatic transmission driving licence holders can only drive automatic cars," he told reporters.

Previously, the government announced a proposal to use automatic transmission cars for driving tests in May after changes in the New Driver's Education Curriculum.

On the teaching of road safety education in Malay at secondary schools, Kong said the government plans to extend it to Form Four students, so as to create a road safety awareness culture among the younger generation. Kong said a text book on road safety education has already been prepared this year for Form One students.

"This is an imitative by the government and relevant agencies, including the Road Safety Department (JKJR), to help motorists become more responsible and adhere to traffic regulations," he added.

In April 2007, JKJR and the Education Ministry introduced road safety education, delivered in Bahasa Melayu, at 1,000 selected primary schools. BERNAMA

6 comments:

  1. was waiting for this one actually tp too late.. my test will be this coming monday and dgn malunya sia terpksa "bwh meja" sbb I cant afford to fail and not enuff time to repeat test sbb my L is expiring on 6/2. Tp yg penting mesti mau berani drive jg after dpt lesen..

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  2. Omg just hehe..astaga , bolehkah under table skg ni. Sia nda berani o oo hehe..btw, nda pa ba, you have your reason. So good luck kio.
    S

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  4. sia pun nda berani but the tutor mau try tolong sbb dia kesian jg sama sia.. i wanted to pass the test myself tp kalau fail nda sempat repeat before 6/2. kalau L expired kena start from 0 balik.. trying to avoid that..

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  5. bah ok juga kali kalau tu tutor yang arrange..kalau sendiri2 mau tanya JPJ bikin takut juga tu hehe ( sekarang kan No Kupi2 lg). I remember the JPJ face dulu bukan main garang lagi. Langsung nda bercakap time saya ujian jalanraya. Lepas tu dia marah saya nda pakai tukar gear. Mati enjin 3 kali juga oo..di traffic light. I tot I will fail again, maybe dia kesian so dia kasi pass haha.. If only the Auto car implemented that time, memang I think 1 time saja test sudah lulus tu, sebab my biggest fear is the clutch. Tapi sekarang pun, memang saya masih takut sangat mau drive. Dont knowlah bila hubby pi OS ni macammana..phew..! Kena kuat semangat juga demi anak ni huhu..:D

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  6. kalau sendiri tanya JPJ mmg sia nda berani oo.. dulu sia test pun, mmg garang tu jpj. langsung nda ckp sma sia. but then bila sia kluar simpang sia, dia tingu sia pusing stering kelam kabut, trus dia suruh turun and dia drive patah balik. time bukit pula, sia nervous sampai sia lupa tarik handbrake.. huhuhu.. sia pun actually msh takut jg mau drive.. tp hrp2 berani la.. sama2 la kita hrp kita berani ni nora.. hehehe

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