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Latest Petrol Price for RON95, RON97 & Diesel in Malaysia

Get the latest Malaysia petrol price. Fuel prices are announced every Friday evening for the following week. The rate for RON95, RON97, and Diesel will be updated here weekly. Bookmark our article and stay informed!

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Car Promotions & Discounts in Malaysia – January 2019

Find the latest car promotions & discounts for Perodua, Honda, Toyota, Proton, Mazda, and other popular car brands. Looking for a brand new car? Make sure you get the best offers before making a purchase!

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[UPDATED] Malaysia’s Unlimited Monthly Transport Pass To Be Available Early 2019

UPDATED: You can buy the passes now! The RM100 monthly pass for unlimited access to public transportation is part of Pakatan Harapan’s general election pledge to help the rakyat save and promote the use of public transportation.

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Swap your cigarettes out for a car – can ah?

Do you know how much a pack of cigarettes cost these days? It’s at least RM17 per pack. Do you know how fast a smoker can can finish a pack? Easily within 1-2 days. If you do the math, that’s an easy RM119 per week, or RM510 over the span of 30 days! That is […]

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Touch ‘n Go RFID – All you need to know

We got invited to the RFID media day at Touch ‘n Go’s Customer Experience Centre to find out what’s happening with the RFID project along with new updates. This is what you’ll need to know about the Touch ‘n Go RFID system, along with some questions asked from the floor.

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What happens when you don’t pay your Car Loan?

Buying a car in Malaysia is a pretty easy affair, especially when it comes to the more affordable cars such as the Perodua Axia or Proton Saga (roughly around RM30,000 or so). Low (or even zero) down-payments and long car loan tenures make car purchasing very accessible to most. Maintaining that purchase, though? That’s another […]

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Do you buy a House or a Car first? [SURVEY]

Update: Read the results here: Do you buy a House or Car first? [RESULTS] Call it the “coming of age” or the “they’ve all grown up” phase from the parents, but at some point, in your working life, a mostly unavoidable question will appear: “To buy a house or buy a car first?” To buy a […]

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One Way to Know How Much to Spend on a Car in Malaysia

We Malaysians love cars. There is no doubt on that. It often feels like it’s part of our culture to buy a car. Perhaps it’s because of our public transportation system that is lacking slightly in coverage-area (although slowly improving), or that we’ve got really awesome driving roads. Whatever the reason may be, however, car […]

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How To Get A Driving Licence In Malaysia

[Updated on 29th July 2018] Do you need a driving license in Malaysia? Before you signup with a driving school, this article will help you understand the types of driving licenses in Malaysia and the various fees that are involved.

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Who Pays For Tolls On A Grab Ride?

Grab is now perhaps the most convenient method to commute these days, easy, fast and saves you from the stress of driving in traffic, but wait, who pays for the tolls when you Grab?

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How Much Does It Cost To Get A Driving Licence in Malaysia?

Updated 30 June 2018. So you’re ready to hit the Malaysian roads. Here are some easy steps to take when obtaining a drivers licence in Malaysia. Just like any other services, the cost to obtain a drivers licence has increased as compared to 10 or 20 years ago. For instance back in the early 2000s, […]

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Grab Buys Uber In Southeast Asia

Uber is officially exiting Southeast Asia. The company agreed to sell the regional business to their local competitor Grab. In Return Uber will receive a 27.5% stake in Grab.

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Hybrid/Electric vs Petrol Cars – Which should you get?

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  • March 20, 2018

Ah yes, the age-old question of which type of car to get; Petrol or Hybrid/Electric. With the pursuit of renewable and clean energy, progressive individuals would advise you to get a hybrid without a second thought. But look a little closer and the answer to that question is not as clear-cut. If you’re thinking too […]

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Kad Kesetiaan Petrol Terbaik di Malaysia

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  • February 2, 2018

Selain daripada menggunakan kad kredit untuk menjimatkan wang untuk perbelanjaan petrol, anda juga boleh menggunakan kad kesetiaan petrol. Tetapi, bagaimana untuk anda memilih kad kesetiaan yang terbaik?

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Petrol Prices In Malaysia 2017

  How Petrol Prices are Determined in Malaysia Historically, the price of petrol in Malaysia was subsided by the government to keep the price artificially low. However, this changed in recent years when the government adopted a managed float system where the price of fuel would be announced monthly. Price adjustments are made based on the average […]

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Petrol Loyalty Cards In Malaysia;  A Comparison

Other than credit cards to help you save money on petrol refill, you can also use a petrol loyalty card to earn points and save more on your petrol expenses. But do you know which one should you use?

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你的车如果Park着时被撞到了,要怎么办呢?

驾车发生碰撞是很正常的事,不过有时候你的车如果park在外面路边或停车场,也是会无缘无故被别的车撞到或者刮花。这时的你,到底要怎么做才对呢?

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Grab and Uber Promo Codes for 2017 [UPDATED]

Updated 13 November 2017 Grab and Uber are the two competing ride-hailing companies in Malaysia. You can take advantage of their competition as they offer various different discount codes to encourage you to use their services.

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打油要省更多钱?看看这6张信用卡吧

每个星期油价变动时,相信大家都会在第一时间锁定,就可以争取时间打比较便宜的油。然而,这也要视乎油价的变动而定,如果大家要在打油时省更多钱的话,那就一定要有最好的信用卡啦!为什么呢?

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How to Save Money with Weekly Petrol Pricing

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  • September 2, 2017

Malaysia, being an oil producing country, used to have subsidies from the Malaysian government. On December 1 2014, Malaysia moved from a managed float system to a monthly petrol pricing. Then on March 29 2017, Malaysia moved back to a managed float system with the stated reason to allow consumers to enjoy a more stable […]

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