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  1. #16
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    Heloooo,
    why should you pay?? if you are paying, then they can simply issue any compound to any car(s) that paid the parking ticket.
    As i know, the one issued the compound will some have commission from the compound that you paid.

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garo
    Very easy bro. Just shout at them. Bang Table.Go ahead and shout at them!!!!!
    Yeah..and they could tell you.. "See you in court!".. and one can waste valuable time, effort and costs tangling in our somewhat rakyat unfriendly legal system. In other words..the system is structured in many ways..NOT to one's advantage. Go figure how much cost one may have to spend to contest a RM50 saman. This is the Bolehland we've inherited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee
    Yeah..and they could tell you.. "See you in court!".. and one can waste valuable time, effort and costs tangling in our somewhat rakyat unfriendly legal system. In other words..the system is structured in many ways..NOT to one's advantage. Go figure how much cost one may have to spend to contest a RM50 saman. This is the Bolehland we've inherited!
    This is the problem with Malaysia. Ah just RM50 only. Pay la. Scare to death about court. Why they want to take you to court in the first place unless you punch the guy on the face and his face turn to a turtle. Don't be afraid to fight got your rights.

    Once I sitting in my fren car. I sit at the back. While cruising, a motorcycle policeman stop us. He was alone. He said license pls. I told my fren ask him why he want the license. He did nothing wrong. Than the police said your fren did not wear seat belt (left front passenger). Than he also ask for my fren IC the one who never wear seat belt. Before we completely stop the car, I ask my fren to wear the seat belt quickly. So, I ask my fren not to give anything to the policeman. I told the policeman who said my fren never wear seat belt. Can you see the seat belt is on him?. Then he said I saw from behind just now he is not wearing seat belt. I told him what prove you have?. I said I can be the witness to my fren. He wear seat belt. Then I ask my fren (the driver) did you see he wear seat belt from the moment he seat there. HE also say yes.

    Then the policeman say, oh, you want to "Cari Pasal" ha. I said no, we have two witness and you don't have. Normally police petrol need minimum 2 person. The reason is they can be witness for each other. But this policeman came alone. So he got no witness.

    After that, he say you want me to call Petrol Car and send you to Balai?. I angry tell him. Are you trying to frighten us?. Do you know we are tax payer. We pay more than 50k per year. Your salary are also paid by us. We pay you to protect us not abuse us. Please respect the uniform that you are wearing. Please don't threaten us!!!.

    Than he said you PEGILAH. Jangan Kasi saya tangkap lagi.

    I told my fren just drive and don't bother about him.

    this is the Citizen right that I inform you guys. I learn this from one of my fren who has just return from USA. He got Green Card in USA now. He told me, US ppl know their rights very well. He open my eyes when he argue with a policeman last time in one incident.

    We Malaysian are too weak in knowing our rights. We are too "CHIN CHAI" in everything. Just like when you order Teh Tarik kurang manis. The guy give you normal Teh Tarik which is very sweet. What normally people. Tak apa lah. Minum saja. This is the situation. Why can just ask them to take back and do a new one?. Shy?. Try to be Mr. Nice guy?. You tell me.

    Know your right from now.

  4. #19
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    garo,
    you certainly take the cake..

    urging one to know his right and yet what you urged yr friend to do is wrong. do you mean it's your right to manipulate the situation to your benefit and challenge anyone who questions?

  5. #20
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    Attend the meeting! See the boss! Challenge them in court! etc... I agree that we should stand on principle if we are in the right. But how much time do we have to go thro the above process?

    I choose to apply the principle 'we reap what we sow' while standing on principle. In my > 2 decades of driving, I managed to get away from many situations which were 'compoundable' - purely by pleading for forgiveness and, where justifiable, explaining my stand - in BM. Cases of illegal parking, speeding and, in one instance, expiry of road tax for 2 weeks !!! In all case, I have acknowledged my mistake where applicable and asked for forgiveness. Most policemen - even those who ask for 'kopi' - are generally friendly in nature and let me go without giving 'kopi'. Of course, I will accept the summon in the (very) few cases they refuse.

    My suggestion to write has also been highly successful. I have numerous cases of waivers or reduced rates (where I was wrong and they must impose a token). I remember a JPJ campaign years ago which resulted in many having to go JPJ to fork out RM300 but I received a RM100 discount - not bad for 10 minutes typing.

    Of course, I try to comply with the law wherever possible and do not take the above as a license to do as I like.

  6. #21
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    It's a lot of work sometimes to fight for one's rights.
    Some just do not have the time, or the means, so take the easy way out by just paying if they can afford it. I suspect a number of Malaysians are ignorant of their rights.
    I think that is why the general view is that Malaysians are not very "demanding" and easy going.

    Should we maintain our "docile" image or we fight for what is "right", allllllll.....the way, till we vomit blood

    Victory can sometimes be sweet (I know because I have tasted it)

  7. #22
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    Unbelievable, u did wrong and insisted that u are right and yet u telling all of us to learn from you??

    safety belt is for ur own safety,not for the officer. I guess u might only realise the importance of the safety belt in tears....

    Quote Originally Posted by Garo
    This is the problem with Malaysia. Ah just RM50 only. Pay la. Scare to death about court. Why they want to take you to court in the first place unless you punch the guy on the face and his face turn to a turtle. Don't be afraid to fight got your rights.

    Once I sitting in my fren car. I sit at the back. While cruising, a motorcycle policeman stop us. He was alone. He said license pls. I told my fren ask him why he want the license. He did nothing wrong. Than the police said your fren did not wear seat belt (left front passenger). Than he also ask for my fren IC the one who never wear seat belt. Before we completely stop the car, I ask my fren to wear the seat belt quickly. So, I ask my fren not to give anything to the policeman. I told the policeman who said my fren never wear seat belt. Can you see the seat belt is on him?. Then he said I saw from behind just now he is not wearing seat belt. I told him what prove you have?. I said I can be the witness to my fren. He wear seat belt. Then I ask my fren (the driver) did you see he wear seat belt from the moment he seat there. HE also say yes.

    Then the policeman say, oh, you want to "Cari Pasal" ha. I said no, we have two witness and you don't have. Normally police petrol need minimum 2 person. The reason is they can be witness for each other. But this policeman came alone. So he got no witness.

    After that, he say you want me to call Petrol Car and send you to Balai?. I angry tell him. Are you trying to frighten us?. Do you know we are tax payer. We pay more than 50k per year. Your salary are also paid by us. We pay you to protect us not abuse us. Please respect the uniform that you are wearing. Please don't threaten us!!!.

    Than he said you PEGILAH. Jangan Kasi saya tangkap lagi.

    I told my fren just drive and don't bother about him.

    this is the Citizen right that I inform you guys. I learn this from one of my fren who has just return from USA. He got Green Card in USA now. He told me, US ppl know their rights very well. He open my eyes when he argue with a policeman last time in one incident.

    We Malaysian are too weak in knowing our rights. We are too "CHIN CHAI" in everything. Just like when you order Teh Tarik kurang manis. The guy give you normal Teh Tarik which is very sweet. What normally people. Tak apa lah. Minum saja. This is the situation. Why can just ask them to take back and do a new one?. Shy?. Try to be Mr. Nice guy?. You tell me.

    Know your right from now.

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