Petrol Rush in Malaysia

This was the scene at the petrol kiosk near my housing estate in Cheras.

I did not fuel up and so did many of my friends. We tried our luck at kiosks around but all of them had piles of cars waiting to fuel up. It just wasn’t worth it.

Waiting in line for hours just to save 30 bucks is not me. I’m gonna eventually have to follow the new increased price moving forward so instead, I decided to not smoke for 3 days to cover my loses.

Think green for nature and your pocket. I know many don’t agree with me on this but this is just my opinion.

  • I am so lucky that I managed to pump RM50 for my car. Now, I am considering installing a NGV. This will save a lot on my petrol, πŸ˜€

  • Kaki Kayuh

    Yes, to teach our politicians our lessons we should stop driving car and cycle to work. If everybody do that, PETRONAS would beg us to drive to work so that we buy again from them.

    But before doing that, make sure we can take showers when reaching the office, as I have smelt cyclist arm-pits before. And we also need to have secure places to lock our bicycles. With raising prices, bicycles look like money to these botol-man who steals everything made from iron.

    Happy cycling……

  • I am thinkin the same bro. Gotta get smart.

    Who benefits in the end? we do πŸ™‚

  • Kaki Kayuh,

    I am woth you on that. I actually bought a bike some time back just to do this. Luckily there is a gym next to my office for us to shower πŸ™‚

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  • roda-roda malaysia

    NGV ? – save petrol i agree ! but it is risky and under powered !
    how about other alternatives such as boycot petronas,fill half tank only each time ..eh?

    if only had Malaysian Government given the right opportunity to the right type of people, then we would have come up with our own hydrogen based fuel as a substitute! It burns blue with good combustion energy!

  • I sokong boycot. Half a tank, bring down the demand and price will follow to drop. We might even realize that we drive too much πŸ™‚

    Green man, if only damn politics wasn’t everywhere πŸ™

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