You might have driven (or is driving) a car with a continually variable transmission (CVT) and would probably find that it feels very different from the automatic (and definitely the manual) transmission.
Car- and bike-sharing services are on an upward trend. BlueSG launched its service last year in Singapore, amid much fanfare; in a little over three weeks, it had more than 3,300 members and 5,000 rentals. However, we have already heard news of misuse by consumers and faulty cars. In Malaysia, similar services like oBike are also facing the same issues.
With the holidays around the corner, Perodua is offering a free 50-point check to make sure your vehicle is in the best possible condition to travel.
In an article by The Star, it was reported that the Selangor state government plans to have its state executive councillors move around during their daily commute of speaking to the rakyat, solving issues, getting projects underway and the likes in electric cars. The plan is to proceed with this initiative once their current vehicles are due for replacement.
Daihatsu is known for its small easy-to-use vehicles with sturdy engines; they are actually popular vehicles. I remember we used to have a Daihatsu Charade and it was extremely nippy and my mum had no issue with parking. We used it for practically anything and everything, including taking our two huge German Shepherds to the vet!
The Dubai Police have some of the most enviable vehicles in the world, namely a BMW i8, a Porsche 918 Spyder, a Ferrari FF, a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, Aston Martin One-77, and a Bugatti Veyron (insane!).