Seatbelt Reminder & Anti-Seatbelt Reminder Device: "Antara Dua Darjat"

K.A. Abu Kassim

Abstract


"Antara Dua Darjat" is a classic Malay movie written, directed, and acted by Malaysia’s legendary artist Tan Sri P. Ramlee. Loosely translated into English as "Between Two Classes", this 1960 film chronicles the social class differences between two families; hence leading to endless misery. The author does not intend to elaborate on the two 'social classes' as depicted in the film, and would rather discuss 'the two classes' in the vehicle safety scenario in Malaysia; so that the latter can be deliberated and resolved in the best manner. Malaysia is one of the countries that is known for its strict compliance with the international vehicle safety standards. Malaysia has been a member country of the WP29 since 2006. In short, all vehicles to be registered in this country must pass the Vehicle Type Approval (VTA) process. We are proud that to date, Malaysia has ratified over 100 UN Regulations (Abdul Wahab et al., 2017).


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