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Surgeons most likely to cause accidents, according to study


People who make a living out of cutting and stitching victims up were among those most likely to cause road accidents, based on a new study by Moneysupermarket, a financial services firm from Britain. The analysis found that surgeons were the most likely at fault, at a rate of 361 per 1,000 over a five-year period. Nine of the rest ... Read More »

Female drink drive offender: “I really shouldn’t have done it but I got into my car…”


A new study concerning drink-driving convictions has proven quite a shocking result; 17 per cent of offenders are WOMEN. Below is a story of what led to one female drink-driver’s arrest and the aftermath that still haunts her today. Ten years ago, Holly* was arrested for drink-driving and here she shares with The Telegraph UK what transpired. I was 24 ... Read More »

Ford volunteer projects expand in Malaysia

Ford Global Week of Caring

Families in need around the Klang Valley area, as well as the homeless, will have their essential needs taken care of this month as employees from Ford, its local distributor Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC), and business partners will be delivering food boxes and nutritious meals in a partnership with Grace Community Service. An estimated 200 food boxes containing daily ... Read More »

Mercedes-Benz classic cars to line the streets of Beijing and Berlin for cities’ 20th twinning anniversary

The Mercedes-Benz 450 SEL

In commemoration of Beijing’s and Berlin’s 20th twinning anniversary, Mercedes-Benz took the honour of lining both streets with its two classic models: the Mercedes-Benz 450 SEL and Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. The cars will be rallied in the Top City Tour China event organized by Auto Motor Und Sport (AMS) China, a leading German automotive publisher based in China. The rally ... Read More »

Naza Primera Launches Vespa Primavera Scooter


THE iconic Vespa brand of rider-friendly scooters takes another step in promoting its reputation further with the local introduction of the legendary Primavera last week in Kuala Lumpur. The Vespa Primavera retains the classic looks common with the brand in addition to refreshing certain aspects of its facade to endeavour it to the new generation of scooter enthusiasts. Its local ... Read More »

BMW’s Roland Krueger to lead Nissan’s luxury unit, Infiniti

As president, Krueger will be tasked with getting Infiniti back on track.

Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan Motor Corp is understood to have hired BMW veteran Roland Krueger to head its luxury division, Infiniti. Although the Group has yet to confirm Krueger’s starting date, it said that he will be based at its global headquarters in Hong Kong. “Krueger will be responsible for raising Infiniti’s global profile and sales to compete with other ... Read More »

Prizes and freebies for Mitsubishi Red Peak Challenge visitors

Mitsubishi Red Peak Challenge Penang

Visitors to the Mitsubishi Red Peak Challenge this weekend at Plaza Angsana (Carpark A), Johor Bahru will enjoy the opportunity to participate in activities to win prizes and freebies from 10am to 8pm on both September 13 and 14. Those who sign up for the Red Peak Challenge test ride or test drive any of the Mitsubishi cars will receive ... Read More »

Ford records best-ever August performance

Ford Ranger

Ford has announced its best-ever August performance in Malaysia with overall retail sales going up 53 per cent to 1,124 units, driven by the demand for the Ranger and Fiesta. According to managing director, Malaysia and Asia Pacific emerging markets, Ford Motor Company David Westerman, the result indicates that Ford vehicles are widening their appeal to more customers across the ... Read More »