In the latest public example of bad decisions, a video has surfaced on twitter Two young children sit in the front seat of what appears to be a manual-transmission Honda Civic—with a black and red interior like an FD2R Civic Type R—under hard acceleration by their parents or caretakers, looking It’s like being in a drag race with another car.
The clip may only be 25 seconds long, but that’s enough time to show multiple inappropriate acts on video at once. The two kids may be wearing traditional three-point seat belts, but one thing’s for sure – it’s not safe to do so, let alone put them in a car for a rally.
It’s unclear where the video was recorded, but traffic lights can be seen in the background so it was likely recorded on a public road. While the Road Traffic Act 1987 does not specifically address illegal racing, it is reckless and dangerous driving as stated in section 42 (1) of the Act.
If convicted, the driver can be jailed for up to five years and fined not less than RM5,000 and not more than RM15,000. On a second or subsequent conviction, they can be imprisoned for up to ten years and fined not less than RM10,000 and not more than RM20,000.
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——Correct Sayal? (@amende_sial) February 7, 2023