So lam, if i were you, I would not take it too seriously. But then again he is THE Son-In-Law, and could probably get away with anything. You're just........a Tai Tau Tiger. Point to ponder....
Six of the tickets were for speeding.
But there still seems to be a problem.
Further checks by malaysiakini yesterday revealed that 10 of those offences were committed after his driving license had expired since last Oct 21.
Section 26 of the Road Transport Act 1987 stipulates that no person shall drive a motor vehicle unless they possess a valid driving license.
The same section specifies that those in violation of the act shall be guilty of an offence and can be compounded of a maximum RM1,000, sentenced to a maximum three-month jail term or both.
Thursday, June 21, 2007
Cemas-ness @ the highest level?
I'm sure you all have read about Lam and and his cemas-ness encounter with the police, since he was driving with an expired driver's license. Well Lam, if this is of any consolation to you, you are not the only one happily driving around with an expired driver's license. The Son-In-Law was highlighted in Malaysiakini to be driving with an expired driver's license also. Here's a posting from the Politics 101 Malaysia blog: