18 lives are lost on our roads daily and this new, personalized campaign aims at reducing that death rate. The aim of Mufors, or the Malaysians United For Road Safety campaign, is to get 250,000 people to raise their hands online and pledge to do their bit for road safety. Launched on July 15, the campaign has so far drawn about 15,000 "pledges". Long way to go.
So if you'd help support this campaign, please go to www.090909.org.my.
My own pledge, signed and delievered yesterday, is to make sure I belt up, without having to be reminded by my 6-year old.
Updates: 27/8 IGP: Ops Sikap will start a week before Hari Raya on Sept 20 to help reduce road accidents during the festive season/STAR
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