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Skim MyezyCover Diperkenalkan Untuk Penjawat Awam B40 Beli/baharui Insurans Kenderaan Secara Ansuran

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Kerajaan telah memperkenalkan Skim MyezyCover buat 1.7 juta penjawat awam terutama daripada golongan B40 untuk membeli atau memperbaharui takaful (insurans) kenderaan mereka secara ansuran tanpa sebarang faedah.

Perkara ini telah pun diumumkan oleh Menteri Sumber Manusia Datuk Seri M Saravanan yang berkata, skim patuh syariah itu dilaksanakan dengan pembiayaian RM100 juta melalui Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial (Perkeso), MyAngkasa Amanah Berhad (MAAB) dan A Tech Insure Sdn Bhd (ATECH), laporan Astro Awani.

“Pada peringkat awal ini, program disasarkan kepada penjawat awam khasnya B40 sebelum diperluaskan kepada golongan pesara (kerajaan) dan syarikat swasta yang mana mereka boleh membeli insurans (takaful kenderaan) secara ansuran sama ada setiap bulan, setiap tiga atau empat bulan atau sekali gus.

“Apabila mereka buat pembayaran sekali gus, mereka akan dapat 10% diskaun dengan pembayaran adalah menerusi potongan gaji oleh Angkasa,” katanya.

Saravanan berkata, langkah ini diambil kerana kerajaan menyedari terdapat penjawat awam khususnya daripada golongan B40 berdepan dengan kedudukan kewangan yang sekadar “cukup-cukup” untuk membeli takaful kenderaan mereka.

“Keadaan ini menyebabkan ada daripada mereka terpaksa menunggu sehingga mendapat gaji untuk membeli takaful kenderaan sekiranya tempoh takaful kenderaan itu tamat pada pertengahan bulan. Ada juga kumpulan-kumpulan ini memiliki road tax dan insurans kerana meminjam Ah Long (peminjam wang tidak berlesen) selain melalui koperasi dan menggunakan kad kredit.

“Jadi melihat pada kerugian aliran tunai melalui pinjaman ini, saya berbincang dengan syarikat sektor insurans dan diberitahu mereka tiada halangan untuk berikan ansuran selagi ada pihak ketiga boleh bayarkan dahulu. Jadi saya telah berbincang dengan Perkeso dan pihak lain kemudiannya untuk menyertai program sebagai pelabur,” katanya.

Menerusi skim ini, penjawat awam terbabit boleh membuat bayaran ansuran serendah RM50 sebulan, dan dalam masa yang sama mereka dapat menguruskan pegangan tunai untuk digunakan pada perbelanjaan lain.

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AD: Double Your Joy With Amazing Prizes Including a BMW G310R With a New BMW From Millennium Welt!

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Congratulations, you made it to the end of the year! There has been no shortage of challenges, but you have managed to face them, and now is the time that you reward yourself. Nothing else says success quite like a new BMW, and Millennium Welt is sweetening the deal with its year-end sales campaign.

For a limited time, you will be able to take advantage of fantastic offers on your favourite BMW models. And to make sure you are enjoying Sheer Driving Pleasure to the fullest, you will also receive a complimentary two-day, one-night stay at a five-star hotel in one of five locations in Peninsular Malaysia, if you purchase your BMW from now until December 31, 2021.

That is not all, as you will get the chance to double your joy by being entered into a lucky draw, taking place during the launch of Millennium Welt Kuala Lumpur North. You will be in the running to win the grand prize of a BMW G 310 R (three units, one for each Millennium Welt outlet), so do not miss out.

What are you waiting for? Visit BMW Millennium Welt in Seremban, Batu Pahat and Kuantan and enjoy these amazing prizes when you drive home in your dream BMW today! For more details, visit the official Millennium Welt Facebook page.

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2022 Mazda BT-50 Pick-up Truck and MX-30 EV or CX-30 CKD Coming to Malaysia Soon – Preview on Nov 29

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Mazda distributor Bermaz has released a teaser of two upcoming models, which it will preview on November 29. The sole image only shows silhouettes of the new cars, but we can see that they are an SUV of some kind as well as a pick-up truck.

The identity of the pick-up is pretty obvious, because Mazda makes only one – it’s the new BT-50, based on the latest Isuzu D-Max. It has a unique exterior design but shares the same cabin and mechanicals as its sibling, including the 150 PS 1.9 litre and 190 PS 3.0 litre turbodiesel engines and six-speed manual and automatic gearbox options.

It’s the unknown SUV that’s a little harder to discern. The shape appears to belong to the CX-30 at first glance (Bermaz is working on CKD local assembly for the car, after all), but look closely at the rear end and you’ll see a tiny bump reminiscent of a round taillight – exactly like the ones on the MX-30.

This makes sense, given that the electric vehicle was due to be launched before the CKD CX-30, alongside the BT-50. In fact, the MX-30 was supposed to have arrived in Malaysia more than a year ago in October 2020, but the timeline has obviously been shifted, likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


More recently, a Maybank Investment Bank research article reiterated that the MX-30 will be coming, subject to Mazda’s approval and the government’s EV policy (which has since been revealed). It also confirmed that the car will be introduced in fully electric form, rather than the mild hybrid model also available in certain markets. To recap, the MX-30 EV is powered by a 145 PS front motor, juiced by a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery to deliver range of 200 km on the WLTP cycle.

Don’t discount the CKD CX-30, however – last we checked, production of the crossover was due to start in December ahead of the 2022 on-sale date. Expect the car to be offered with the same range of engines – a 164 PS 2.0 litre Skyactiv-G petrol four-cylinder and a 116 PS 1.8 litre Skyactiv-D turbodiesel.

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Selangor Aiming to Install 10,000 EV Charging Stations by 2025 – First 1,000 Units Expected to Be Ready in 2022

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The Selangor state government has announced it is aiming to install 10,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the state by 2025, with the first 1,000 stations expected to be ready next year, according to the Selangor Journal.

The ambitious plan was outlined by Selangor MB Datuk Seri Amirudin Shari earlier today. Speaking at the tabling of the 2022 Selangor Budget at the state legislative assembly, he said the state is looking to pioneer EV usage, and the development of a charging infrastructure would help expand that scope in faster fashion.

Amirudin said that the state government and private parties would collaborate on the project, which will involve an investment value of RM10 million. It was not detailed what type of chargers would be utilised or what rates, if any, consumers would be expected to pay for charging.

He did however say that incentives would be provided to businesses and industries that invest in EV infrastructure projects, and there would be no public parking charges imposed on EVs next year. “The incentives include a reduction of business fees and assessment tax. Apart from that, parking fees which come under the jurisdiction of the local authorities will also be waived for EV users in 2022,” he explained.

The state’s plan to develop an EV charging infrastructure sounds timely, given the upcoming EV push announced by the government during Budget 2022. In the outlined plan, EVs are set to be completely exempt from import duty, excise duty, sales tax as well as road tax for a period of two years, starting from January 1, 2022.

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