30 December 2012

Automated Enforcement System (AES) system in Malaysia: Insight

The number of Automated Enforcement System (AES) has been gradually increased in more areas in Malaysia. Although the number of negative feedback, apparently, is more than its opposite, in the long term, I believe the AES will gradually improve the 'quality' of Malaysian drivers.

We all hate irresponsible drivers, yet, unconsciously, we were one of them. Sometimes we were 'forced' to be one of irresponsible drivers when we tried to 'protect our right as road's users'. Therefore, there are some other functions that AES should consider to 'take care' as well. For example, giving 'lessons' for those illegal 'cut queue' drivers.

All people are rush. In other words, you are not alone. But please queue and respect other.

I believe the number of negative feedback reflects the number of irresponsible drivers in Malaysia, that is, they are the majority. They, apparently, are used to be 'irresponsible' and trying to find 'excuses' so that they can continuously enjoy 'irresponsible pleasant'.

Think twice before you act. Think AES before you drive irresponsibly.

AES helps responsible drivers and reduces the chances of unfortunate events. Until now, I have no reason to oppose AES. Some people may argue that AES company will earn lots of people money. Please allow me to rephrase this argument as "AES company will earn lots of irresponsible drivers' money". In other words, as long as you are responsible drivers, you will appreciate AES as I do.

Final thought:
We have a very funny situation daily: Silly people say and do silly things with extremely confident. People need to think and do more logically. Please do not simply agree or support so-and-so simply because you like or believe he or she, and vice versa.  Be logic, we will have a better future.

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Written by: Xaivier Chia

(P/S: The above sharing is solely based on personal insight. Please do not take it seriously. However, your valuable feedback are very welcome.


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