Malaysian Drivers…

Today, I went to meet a client at Menara IMC, Kuala Lumpur. As I was looking for a space to park my car, I found out that there are several Malaysian drivers who can’t use their brains. Knowing that parking space in KL is very limited, I thought that citizens of Malaysia or precisely cititzens of Kuala Lumpur would use their brains and be considerate to others. I saw this car parked diagonally which occupies two parking spaces instead of one. His/her car is not so big but yet, he/she refused to use his/her brains to park in a civilised manner. Have a look at the photo below and think – does the driver has brains or the driver has an extremely low-IQ?

brainless driver in KL


Since the above Wira owner has occupied the only empty space at that particular floor, I made my way to the next level. To my shocking, I found another group of cars owned by brainless drivers. Two cars are parked almost diagonally parallel to each other, occupying three parking spaces! To share this shocking moment, I quickly took a photo of these cars as proof of the existence of such brainless drivers.

3 spaces for two cars owned by brainless drivers


Finally, I got my parking space at the next level. I shared these pictures with my friends and suddenly one of my friends – Sdr Shahril, shared another picture which he captured at Carrefour, Wangsa Maju. The picture shows a similar kind of brainless car-owner who parked their car disregarding the signs and instructions given by the building management. In this picture, the owner of this tiny car is utilising the small size of the car to squeeze in to the gaps – eventhough it occupies the zebra crossing which is reserved for pedestrians.

Utilising the small size...


To the visitors of this blog, if you happen to know the owners of the above vehicles, please advise them to use their brains. We are moving towards a developed nation. With this kind of mentality, we might end up having uncivilised citizens living in a developed country! What a shame…


About Megat Iskandar At-Terawis

Born 18 February 1979. Received primary education at King Edward VII School, Taiping, Perak and continued his secondary education at Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman (STAR), Ipoh, Perak (1992-1996). He was awarded a scholarship by the Public Service Department to further his studies in the United Kingdom. Completed his A-Levels at Brooke House College, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, United Kindom in 1999 and gained entry to the University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom. Graduated with a Joint Honours Degree in Computing and Accounting & Finance in 2002. He later pursued his post-graduate studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London in 2003 specialising in Malay Aristocratic Genealogy. Former Chairman of the United Kingdom Executive Council for Malaysian Students (UKEC) from 2001-2003. He was a banker by profession – specialising in Cash Management & Islamic Finance. He is now heading the corporate affairs of a technology company based in Putrajaya. An appointed member of the Community Representative Council for Putrajaya (MPPWP Sub-Zone H) by the Minister of Federal Territories. He is also an elected member of the Executive Committee for Persatuan Darul Ridzuan, heading its Heritage Bureau. He is also the founder and currently serving as Secretary of the Persatuan Keturunan Megat Terawis Malaysia (The Megat Terawis Clan Association of Malaysia). A Grade 8 holder in Pianoforte, he is an active musician, composer and arranger. He married his 3rd cousin – Puteri Nuur Khadijah Binti Megat Ramli in 2004 and was blessed with two children – Megat Idris Naquiyuddin and Puteri Mariam Sophia.
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3 Responses to Malaysian Drivers…

  1. min says:

    Selalu jumpa brainless driver macam ni…annoying sangat2..rasa macam nak scracth je kereta2 tu semua…

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