November 3, 2004

JPJ :: The 'Driving License Guaranteed Pass Scheme'

As on monday, there's nothing special, except everyone was noticing my reshaved head. That day, I have not even break fast on time, as the azan was just recited, I was just stepped in to the LRT, with Ye Yann, with nothing to eat.

So that nite, I took my dinner @ the stall near my home. Then I went out again to Kajang to see my sister. It was really hard to drive as it was raining heavility. Roads were almost flooded with water, just everywhere. I decided to take the nearest and safest path by taking the main highway to Kajang. Nearby to my sister's place, I missed the junction to i've to turn back to bangi just to get back to her place.

On the way back I fetched Uni and we had again, eat & eat.. wouw.. i'm getting my weight lately.

Back to work on tuesday, nothing much except for the meeting, boring. I hate meetings, and oh yeah, I managed to pay my Zakat today. heh heh.. RM4.50 for KL. In the late afternoon, after the Asar, I've checked my phone and I've got missed calls from Helen, and I straight away called her back.

She was mentioning about her problem in getting her license, as she failed the first time. I just didn't get it, I've got through both of my B full and D license test successfully, just once, and i still remember how did I get full marks for my on the road car driving test.

I called a friend, a very long long friend which I know since I was a kid, when I was in Terengganu, who is now working in JPJ. He's the kind of willing to help just on anything when it comes to the car thingy, especially when it has to go through the JPJ and Puspakom. He himself owns an 'illegal' integra, just i did, without my knowledge, I owned an 'illegal' civic, the last 3 years.

Then, he asked for Helen's phone number and I just gave it to him. He called and asked her the photocopy of her license and IC.

Later, Helen called again by saying that she is going to treat me for berbuka puasa, so i just say yes, since this is my first time going out berbuka puasa with a friend, this year.

We went to Mid Valley and had Teppanyaki, not so good, but I was happily entertained by this one baby, who eventually sitting next to me, who was held by her mother. Noticed that the father is a caucasian and the mother maybe indonesian. And I heard the mother called her Audrey.. She is so cute, and if possible i would want to hug and kiss her at that time. But i just smiled to her mom.

I had cuttlefish teppan, while she had chicken teppan. Then we went out to the mall and I bought myself some buns from the breadtalk. The price is expensive but u'll be satisfied with the taste. They taste so so so damn good. Then went to jusco and I bought myself sushis, as the first thing in mind when she asked me out is to go and have sushi!

Then we went to bangsar, for teh tarik and sent her back home.

@ home, she called me, and she was telling me that my friend was asking for RM450 for the test, and it's a "GUARANTEED PASS TEST"

Hmm.. it's the corrupted world, it's corrupted Malaysia isn't it. But through my conversation with Helen, everyone was asking about it when they were about to have the test. Oh God.

It's really frustrating. Gainers are actually the school driving and the JPJ officers. The govt. has set the compulsary 16 hours of driving lessons; when sometimes, if u're good, not even reached your 5th lessons u'll be sent to the test. But for helen's case, she is dumb enough to learn till the 16th lessons and failed the test.. hehehe.. so pity. she failed as the car dies in the middle of the roundabout. She said, she's given an old car which is hard to drive. Ah, just reasons.. aight?

After the test thingy, she straight away went back to the driving school, and asked for a replacement test. She was asked to pay another RM220 for the test, and to pass, she had to pay another RM210, and she was asked to go for another 4 hours lesson for RM 80, which will cause her RM510. She was so frustrated as she had already paid RM850 for all the lessons and the previous test.

In total, she had to spend RM1360, just to get a license which later you're going to pay RM30 a year, and with big P, which carrying the meaning of PROBATION, but for some people they are PROFESSIONALS wannabe, as you can see, all the reckless drivers are all those "who's-just-got-their-license" young drivers. I was once like that but whithout the "P" thingy.

You know what, I just paid RM110 for my car driving test, gone through the test just once and passed the driving test with flying colours, without any hassle of having to pay any extras to the driving school or the JPJ officers.

My brother, Iwan just paid RM80 for his car license, just one driving lesson, and passed the driving test.

Anyway, I paid RM300 to the driving school for my motorbike license as I'm taking the B full license, which will allow me to ride any class of motorbike. It's still cheap as now people have to pay more if I'm not mistaken.

Comparing that RM300, any of you have the B full license? NAH!!!

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