Spike in Covid-19 cases not affecting car sales

PETALING JAYA: The current Covid-19 situation is not affecting car sales, thanks to the government’s sales tax holiday which ends on Dec 31. Many car companies are also throwing in rebates and discounts on top of the tax holiday introduced by the government to stimulate the local automobile industry.

Nurul Shazwani Suhaimi, 24, said she bought a new car after finding out about the sales tax exemption.

“I was planning to buy my first car next year as I just started working early this year. I have been saving up for the down payment.

“However, I realised that I needed a car urgently due to the nature of my work.

“I went to a showroom in August with my parents and found out there was a tax holiday and I saved up to RM2,000, ” said the content reviewer who chose a Perodua Myvi 1.5 Advance.

L.Y. Looi, a media

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Social Conditioning and Television Affecting the Minds of the Next Generation

Many are concerned with what’s on TV these days and if you are a parent you are indeed one of them. We do not want our kids watching junk on the television and we especially would prefer them not to watch extreme violence or a lot of sexual episodes at young ages. Now others argue that if we take out all the sex and violence on TV for the kids then we will be brainwashing these kids with wonderful, peaceful and loving TV shows, which teach them of a different reality, one which does not exist.

If we do this we are not properly preparing them for real life when they grow up. After all the world is not fair and we know that. If we lie to our kids with wonderful programming, some say we maybe doing them the biggest disservice of all.

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