Rancang percutian anda dengan Kalendar Cuti Panjang Malaysia 2019

Adakah anda telah merancang masa dan tarikh percutian anda untuk tahun depan? Perancangan awal pastinya akan memudahkan kita menempuh perjalanan jauh dan mengelak masalah yang mungkin berlaku sewaktu dalam percutian. Oleh itu, buatlah perancangan awal mulai sekarang terutamanya kepada mereka yang membuat “booking” untuk kereta sewa.

Disini kami sertakan kalendar cuti panjang yang bakal tiba pada tahun 2019 nanti. Tarikh berikut mungkin akan berubah. Apa tunggu lagi, rancanglah perjalanan anda hari ini!

Jom sewa kereta dengan WAHDAH, Book Now & Travel Later with WAHDAH!


(tarikh & hari perayaan mungkin akan berubah)

Pantai Cenang: A Beach Full with Attractions

If you are looking for a quick holiday getaway, hassle free and has everything within easy reach, Cenang Beach is a place for you. You will love this beach strip because it has everything within walking distance. The beach is around 2 km long full with food stall, restaurant, souvenir shop and convenience store (7E & Kios). There is also a duty-free zone shopping centre nearby for you to do some shopping or if you ever prefer fast food & snacks. It’s a hot tourist spot but still quiet enough for you to enjoy your holiday without the feeling of being hassled by crowds.

It is as the title said,the complete set of beach activities. Pantai Cenang (Cenang Beach) has almost anything that a beach has to offer through day and night. Starting from riding jet ski along the beach at daylight and relaxing with friends at a spa at night. Although, there are also other “unrelated” beach activities you can do. Check out the list of the best activities below :


  1. Water Sports

Mega Water Sports provide rental service for jet skis, parasailing, banana boats, and wakeboards for those who want to enjoy a splashing good time at Pantai Cenang. They also provide jet ski tour service that quite popular among the tourist. You can go explore some small island around Langkawi just by riding a jet ski!


  1. Spa & Massages

There are quite a lot of hotels and resorts that provide spa and massage services around Pantai Cenang. That is not something unusual. Even so, we recommend you to try one of the three spas namely Alun-Alun Spa, Nawa Sari Spa, and Teratai Spa by the Aspara (Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort).


  1. Largest Aquarium in Malaysia

Underwater World Langkawi is a must visit place for kids or marine life lovers/enthusiast when visiting Langkawi Island. It is the largest aquarium in Malaysia that houses 200 different species of marine and freshwater fish.


  1. Rice Garden Museum – Laman Padi

Langkawi Island is located in the state of Kedah, that is famous for rice cultivation in Malaysia. Rice Garden Museum Langkawi has a unique floating rice garden which you could say it’s main attractions (you can take beautiful souvenir photos). Besides,you can even try your hand at traditional rice farming.


  1. Castaway Picnic

If you wanna experience an exclusive picnic at picturesque deserted island in Langkawi, you should try the premiere service offered by Casa del Mar. Limited to one session per day, you’ll will get a short trip with private boat and crew before before arriving at a remote island where you’ll be enjoying private gourmet dining. P/S better book now if you are interested.


Accommodation (Facilities)

There are many resorts and hotels around Pantai Cenang which you can choose to stay for the night. Here we listed some of the best (base on rating) for you to book (highest rating to lowest) :



How to get there (Transportation)

There are various ways on how you can get yourself onto the Langkawi Island. The common way is of course by taking a flight to the island. There are daily flight you can board between Kuala Lumpur & Langkawi Island. This is the fastest and most practical way you can get to bring yourself there. There are also other ways but usually suitable for those who have more free time and prefer more adventure among anything else.


Rental car

  • If you plan to move around the island by car, we advised you to rent it at the island. Rental car on the island is pretty cheap. You can bring any car to the island by ferry, but you only get it the next day. Beside costly and risky, this was not a good way for those who don’t have much time to spend. See our best deals in Langkawi here.

Train & Boat

  • Travel by boat or train is the most adventurous way to get you to the Langkawi Island. You can catch the North-South line train in Kuala Lumpur and get off at Alor Setar. Then, you must take a boat (ferry) at Kuala Kedah Ferry Terminal. There are daily boats that leave to Langkawi that cost around MYR25 and takes 1-3 hours.


  • Currently the most fastest and easiest way to get you to Langkawi Island is by air. The fare is pretty affordable; You can even get air ticket under MYR100 for early reservation or while on sale. There are numerous daily flight from 3 different airport. You can choose either with Malaysia Airlines (KLIA), AirAsia (KLIA2/LCCT) or Firefly, Malindo Air (Subang Airport).


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The Ancient Island of Langkawi

You can hear the sound of vehicles everywhere. Skyscrapers all around wherever you go. There’s only a medium size tree in a big pot beside the road. There’re also some big trees and flowers, only in a park though. It must be felt very suffocating with the same atmosphere full of bricks and steel everyday even during the holidays. That is the same landscape view whenever you go to a city.


If you feel you need some changes of view or need more “greenery” of nature in front your eyes, or maybe wanted to see the oldest “rock & stone” in Malaysia? How about visiting Langkawi Geopark, the first ever Geopark recognized by UNESCO in Southeast Asia region. This island rare nature consists of ancient rocks, fossils and flora. The geopark is divided into three main parts; Machinchang Cambrian Geoforest Park, Dayang Bunting Marble Geoforest Park, and Kilim Karst Geoforest Park.


What to do? (Activities)

Visit the protected geology sites (Machinchang Geopark)

Beside the the main geotrail to the peak of Gunung Machinchang (via the cable car), take a dip and feel the cold and crystal clear water of Seven Well Waterfall, Temurun Waterfall or watch how dissolvent granite stone looks like from the erosion of wave near tide level at Teluk Burau (Burau Bay) and its small island Pulau Anak Burau. Also, see the most ancient rocks in Langkawi and Malaysia, located at Teluk Datai & Pulau Anak Datai, the lower part of Machincang Formation.


A big cave turn into lake that full of nature (Dayang Bunting Geopark)

One of the must visit spot at Langkawi Geopark is none other than Tasik Dayang Bunting. It is the largest natural lake with freshwater that you can find in Langkawi. This spot which is rich with flora & fauna can satisfy any flora enthusiast out there. Then, visit Pulau Tepor (Tepor Island) to see the dropstone that aged 1 billion years old! Even the half-round shaped bay of the island was due to meteorite impact that take place 10 million years ago.


Exhilarating “Mangrove Tour” by boat (Kilim Geopark)

A tour by boat around the Island of Langkawi will amaze you with the ancient scenery of Setul Formation (dark grey coloured limestones) that age almost 370-490 million years old. Get the feeling of “Batman” by exploring the Gua Kelawar (Bat Cave) and watching three different species of insect-eating bat. Then, stop by Pulau Anak Tikus to see some fossils from stone age era. You can also see the habitat of red eagles and sea eagles around the area.


Accommodation (Facilities)

The accommodation in Langkawi especially its hotels and resorts are among the best you can find on the planet. Ranging from the popular budget (basic accommodation) hotel to the most luxurious (5 star) hotel you can find on the island, you will surely find one that suits your budget, taste and need. Below,  we shortlisted the “best” accommodation (near the geopark) you can get on the island:


Burau Bay area

-Mutiara Burau Bay Resort (3-star)

-Berjaya Langkawi Resort (4-star)

-The Danna Langkawi (5-star)


Datai Bay area

-The Datai Resort (5-star)

-The Andaman (5-star)

-Tanjung Rhu Resort (5-star)

-Four Seasons Resort (5-star)


How to get there (Transportation)

There are various ways on how you can get yourself onto the Langkawi Island. The common way is of course by taking a flight to the island. There are daily flight you can board between Kuala Lumpur & Langkawi Island. This is the fastest and most practical way you can get to bring yourself there. There are also other ways but usually suitable for those who have more free time and prefer more adventure among anything else.


Rental Car

  • If you plan to move around the island by car, we advised you to rent it at the island. Rental car on the island is pretty cheap. You can bring any car to the island by ferry, but you only get it the next day. Beside costly and risky, this was not a good way for those who don’t have much time to spend.


Train & Boat

  • Travel by boat or train is the most adventurous way to get you to the Langkawi Island. You can catch the North-South line train in Kuala Lumpur and get off at Alor Setar. Then, you must take a boat (ferry) at Kuala Kedah Ferry Terminal. There are daily boats that leave to Langkawi that cost around MYR25 and takes 1-3 hours.



  • Currently the most fastest and easiest way to get you to Langkawi Island is by air. The fare is pretty affordable; You can even get air ticket under MYR100 for early reservation or while on sale. There are numerous daily flight from 3 different airport. You can choose either with Malaysia Airlines (KLIA), AirAsia (KLIA2/LCCT) or Firefly (Subang Airport).

Calm Your Mind at The Maldives of Southeast Asia

The summer season is the best time to visit the beaches. Especially the beautiful Lang Tengah Island that located northeast of the Peninsular Malaysia in the state of Terengganu Darul Iman. Being billed as the “Maldives of Southeast Asia” by the Asian Divers Magazine. It is not that surprising because with it astounding ‘bioluminescent blue sand waters’ of the sea, which even sparkle at night, full of coral and fish species at it shore plus one-of-a-kind “coral dust” beach.  This highly praise island by divers also situated between the two very popular tropical islands, Perhentian and Redang.

What to do? (Activities)

Lang Tengah is known as the secret(secluded) isle, although small in size, it was appreciated for its natural beauty. The main and most popular activity at the island are to dive and snorkel (besides relaxing at the beautiful beaches). There will be no road and transport (land) for moving around. But, you still can get around by fetching a boat. Although, its not that easy as it sounds. So, you’ll be doing a lot of walking. That’s why most tourists tend to stay at their resort, taking their time to enjoy the environment. Besides the daily snorkeling and diving trips, there were also activity such as light hiking and kayaking.

Accommodation (Facilities)

The island have few resorts, Summer Bay Resort Lang Island, D’Coconut Lagoon Resort and Lang Sari Resort. If you are more into luxury and comfort, there’s currently one luxury 5 star resort, Sari Pacifica Resort & Spa. One resorts only accommodate not more than 300 tourists at a time. People usually book in advance before visit the island. So, less people go there which means it has a more secluded feel to it and is quieter compared to the neighboring islands. Food & meals are enjoyed at the resort.

How to get there (Transportation)

There a few ways to get to the island besides driving there yourself. The most fastest way of travel (30 minutes) to the island is to take an airplane to Kuala Terengganu from KLIA2. There are daily flights to get there (operated by AirAsia and Malaysia Airlines). The bus is by far the cheapest way (not more than MYR60) to get from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terengganu; there are daily busses that depart from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS). From Kuala Terengganu, you can drive yourselves, take a bus, Grab or taxi to Merang (a 45 minute drive to the north); where the ferry takes you to Lang Tengah in about 30 minutes. The Grab is the easiest choice and more affordable compare to taxi (around MYR50 from Kuala Terengganu).

Discover Southeast Asia’s Top Street Food City

1. Penang Road Famous Teochew Chendul, Lebuh Kweng Kwee

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Try out this legendary old but gold favourite local dessert, “Chendul” in Penang. Visit its stall original location at Lebuh Kweng Kwee. Establish since 1936, we ensured you that the taste of this dessert will make you feel refresh under the hot sunny afternoon. You might even craving for it after you taste it!


2. Pasar Air Itam Laksa, Balik Pulau

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One of the Penang renown street food, Penang Laksa has been rated as one of the best food in the world by CNN Travel. This famous old hawker stall has been dishing out authentic asam laksa since 1955. For a mere RM4.50, you’ll get a bowl of culinary treasure that guaranteed to rock your taste buds. Thanks to the robust combo of shredded mackerels, tamarind and chilli, the soup itself is distinctively sour with a right hint of spiciness. Best of all, they even add a dollop of shrimp paste on top of the soup to help enhance the laksa flavour!


3. Red Garden Food Paradise & Night Market (Red Garden Hawker Center)

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Looking for dinner? A whole lotta of food that exist in Penang? The only place that you can go is none other than the Red Garden Food Paradise. Officially open in 2007, It also being recognized as One Stop Penang International Hawker Centre offering all of Penang’s famous fares. Don’t forget to try the Famous Ko Zai Jiak “CHAR KAOY TEOW” at this hawker centre. Located right smack in the middle of town at Penang Upper Road, this place should be easy enough to satisfy the craving of a food hunter!


4. Nasi Kandar Deen Maju, Jalan Gurdwara

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If you already knew what Nasi Kandar is and how it’s taste, we recommend you to think again. The “real taste” of Nasi Kandar in Penang is serve by Deen Maju. You probably said that’s some outrageous claim isn’t but we had to conclude their Nasi Kandar to such a degree because it is really that good. Located at the fringe of the Georgetown city core zone, Deen Maju occupies two shoplots, so don’t worry about not getting seat for you to eat your first-rate Nasi Kandar!


5. Tai Tong Restaurant, Cintra Street

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There is only one place for you if you wanna try some Cantonese food in Georgetown, Penang. Tai Tong Restaurant was famous for it’s cantonese dish especially their homemade Dim Sum. For those who are unfamiliar, Dim Sum is Cantonese food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food traditionally served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. You should feel the Cantonese vibe when you eating at this restaurant. You really should try every kind of dish they serve so you didn’t feel regret later on.


Seamlessly Grow Your Business with WaBiz

You asked, we deliver. Today, WAHDAH is truly open for business. As numbers of business travel user with WAHDAH  increased,we collect their feedback on how we can serve them a lot more better so they can maximize WAHDAH interface platform and use it for their business purpose. As a result : WaBiz – WAHDAH for Business, a unique solution that aims to transform the way Malaysian Corporates travel. It allow a company to have their own business account and they can manage all their transportation details only from one place.


WaBiz features will significantly improve your business performance in many ways.Its unique centralized billing solution makes the entire process of making a transportation booking a lot more easier for both employer and employee to track their expenses once their rental completed.This centralized billing system acts like a virtual assistant by helping administrators, team leads and small business owners providing all trip information without the need of filing rack and paper receipt. All details can be collected from this interface from even your own phone at anytime and anywhere.



  • Employers can visit our page, https://biz.wahdah.my/ and sign up to create a business account with WAHDAH’s web portal

  • Choose your payment method and add employee or guest details into the account.

  • Once added, employee will automatically receive an email invitation to join their team or company account

  • Manager or administration department can make a reservation for their staff and all  the booking information will be at their fingertips.


We assure you WAHDAH for business rate is affordable and you will be able to monitor your employee or guest travel details with optimum transparency.


Earning Commision

If your business involved with travel or tourism industry and handling guest, simply get the chance to earn by enabling WaBiz features. You may earn 5%-10% for each rental when the guest begin driving our car.  


Business Profiles

Magic of WAHDAH can be lost in the stress of keeping work and personal trips separate. When it comes to filing expenses, finding the right receipt, uploading or printing it, and remembering what the ride was for can be a tedious process.


We are excited to take the first large step towards bringing the magic of WAHDAH to every business rental with the launch of Business Profiles. Our business travellers have spoken and we’ve listened. With Business Profiles you can remove the stress around expensing by simply selecting whether a ride is for personal or business.


At WAHDAH, we believe whether you’re on your way to the movies or traveling to a client meeting you deserve an experience tailored for why you driving. Keep business and personal driving separate.





  • Pay correctly. Never accidentally pay on your own dime for a company rental.

  • Add expense memos and project codes. Remember the reason for your rental.

  • Work receipt = work email. No more searching for the right receipt to expense.

  • Weekly or monthly travel reports. Save time by filing your expenses all at once with summaries of your business travel on WaBiz.


We encourage all of user to make use of the service and give feedback, as information gained from customer is what will help improve the service. So drivers are encouraged to drive and share their feedback about WAHDAH for Business and Business Profiles through email: support@wahdah.my


Here are 2 Weekend Getaways around Kota Kinabalu and Kuching You Can’t Miss!

Did you hear that WAHDAH has expanded their operation coverage in two new cities? Yes, we have expand our coverage in Kuching and Kota Kinabalu City. Book your car now and spend your weekends relaxing at any of these two cities!

3 destinations you must explore from Kuching city :



  1. Kuching Waterfront

Kuching Waterfront, which lines the south bank of Sarawak River, is the place to sample the city’s cosmopolitan vibes. During the daytime, it offers scenic views of the Astana, Fort Margherita and the Malay kampungs across the river; but night-time is when it really comes alive! It seems like half of the city is out meeting friends, watching a show, or just shooting the breeze. For something different, why not try jetty-hopping along the river on the local Penambang boats, and savour the different sights, sounds (and delicacies!) between the two riverbanks.

Distance from Kuching Airport:  10KM

  1. Satok Sunday Market

The Satok Sunday Market that used to be on Satok Road (Jalan Satok) has been relocated to Medan Niaga Satok. This weekly open-air market operates on Saturday and Sunday afternoon. The stalls provide a huge variety of local offerings, from snacks, regional delicacies, produce, meat, fish, eggs, plants, and pets to clothing, accessories, newspapers, toys, fashion items, local handicraft items and souvenirs.

Some of the sellers are natives from rural areas of Sarawak. They travel from their villages in the rainforest to the city every Saturday to sell their produce at the weekend market. Most of them camp overnight at the market on Saturday and continue selling the following day. The tribal sellers can be easily identified because they usually have a variety of interesting jungle produce spread out on the ground, whereas the urban sellers have tables to display their items.

Distance from Kuching Airport : 11KM 

  1. Fort Margherita

Fort Margherita was built in 1879, while the island was under British rule, in order to protect the city from attacks. It was named after Charles Brooke’s wife, Ranee Margaret. It stands on the other side of the Sarawak River and can be seen from the Kuching Waterfront. The original structure—together with its cannons, cannon balls, guns, prisoners’ cells and more—still remains. The old fort has been converted to a Police Museum that has a display of weapons, opium dens and different forms of criminal punishment.

Distance from Kuching Airport : 16KM


3 destinations you must explore from Kota Kinabalu city :




  1. Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park in Kota Kinabalu is the second national park in Sabah. It was opened in 1974 and is named after Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Prime Minister of Malaysia. The Marine Park is made up of five islands, namely the Gaya, Manukan, the Sulug, the Sapi and the Mamutik. The names of these islands have symbolic and historic significance, related to their early discoveries. It is popular destination for the day-trippers because all these 5 islands are only a short boat ride away from Kota Kinabalu. The marine park often remains crowded, especially during the weekends. The Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park in Kota Kinabalu is also a favorite destination for the water adventure loves as diving and snorkeling are the common water activities here. Within the marine park, there are a few resorts for the visitors to stay there for a few days. Over 300,000 tourists are recorded every year at the marine park.

Distance from Kota Kinabalu Airport : 7KM

  1. Tanjung Aru

Tanjung Aru is a sub-district of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, of Malaysia. Its main feature is its beach called Tanjung Aru Beach which stretches to over 2 kilometres long along with new skyscrapers. It also has its own township called Tanjung Aru Town. Other notable features include the Perdana Park, the Kinabalu Golf Club, the Kinabalu Yacht Club, and the Tanjung Aru railway station of Sabah State Railway.

Distance from Kota Kinabalu Airport : 4.6KM

  1. Filipino Market

The Filipino market has a huge area space and the locals more commonly recognize it as Pasar Besar (Central Market), Pasar Filipino (fruits/fish/handicraft/vegetable market) and Pasar Ikan (Fish Market). The Filipino Market is one of the most famous destinations of Kota Kinabalu and it is widely known for being the best place to get souvenirs. The Filipino Market Kota Kinabalu is occupied with hundreds of tiny stores. You will almost feel like you are playing a game of treasure hunt as you find your way through the clustered walkways that are filled with hordes of people. The Filipino Night Market is so beautiful, cultural and colorful that your heart will fall out on every little object that you lay eyes on. This detailed guide on Filipino Market Kota Kinabalu is for the benefit of both locals and foreigners.

Distance from Kota Kinabalu Airport : 8KM


Introducing Our Live Car!

In 2016 when WAHDAH launched, we had the vision of getting more people into fewer cars. It meant that driving without own the vehicle could be more affordable than for everyone, and over time, cities could be less congested and polluted. With any new product, there’s a lot to learn. For instance, everyone love the affordability of DRIVING vehicle. Using this feedback, we built on-demand live car.

The result is Live Car, where everyone wait a few minutes before their driving begin, and then walk a short distance to a nearby spot for pick up and drop off or get the car delivered at your doorstep.



If available in your city, you’ll see LIVE CAR next to page booking. Once requested, you will spend the next few minutes to get the car delivered to you, and the best spot for pickup within our popular pick up location. When your payment, ID and Licence verified, the detail of vehicle (car number, colour and team detail) will be notified immediately, so you know when and where to collect the car. Once the car arrived, you can sit back, drive and enjoy the straighter, faster booking.


We’re excited that with Live Car’s affordability and consistency, everyone can use it every day. Looking beyond this launch, we’re even more excited about future opportunities to integrate Live Car and other mode of transportation to complement and extend the reach of public transport, and to help cities work better.

Live Car has been piloting in JB City, and is available in 30km radius of Johor City on 7th April 2018. This is just the start: we’ll be bringing Live Car to more cities soon!


Driving Tips In Malaysia

Different country may have different style of driving on their road. Here are some driving tips in Malaysia that can help you while you drive in Malaysia:


1. Choose right car for right purpose

Small car does not mean less fuel consumption. Trying to carry 5 persons in a 1.0 cc. Perodua might consume more fuel compare to 1.3 CC MYVI. So choose the best car for specific purpose because it can save your fuel expenses.


2. Check for toll rates along your route

Plan your route to save more in term of toll charges. You may exit from highway earlier and still can reach your destination with less mileage and toll charges. Bear in mind that Malaysian highways are moving towards cashless transaction and it is advisable for you to prepare your touch n go card and reload it before entering the highways. http://kadartol.llm.gov.my/


3. External GPS or GPS Apps

Should I use GPS or phone apps to guide my journey? Not many who actually give it a serious thought. Perhaps the followings may help you to decide which one would you prefer:


Looking at it, there is no clear winner but it is more of an individual preference which feature is more important than the other. As for external GPS, its functions are very straightforward and limited but for phone apps it offers more than just routes. Most commonly and locally accepted is Waze because it provides tonnes of features with social contributions, making it rich with real time data such as traffic conditions, alternative routes, speed trap notifications, road obstructions and many more.



4. Parking Your Vehicle

Important part of driving is parking your vehicle. Sound simple isn’t it but it is not necessarily true. A few points you should consider before parking your vehicle attributable to your safety and conveniences.   

  • Check the height restriction

If you are parking your vehicle in a covered area or in a building, make sure the ceiling height can accommodate your vehicle especially if you are driving a MPV or SUV.  

  • Know where you can park

It is good know where you can and cannot park your vehicle beforehand. If you don’t pay attention, you may end up parking where you are not supposed to and your vehicle may get towed away.  More money wasted. Install parking apps may help you on this issue, saving you from the trouble in getting parking coupon from nearby shop, if there is even one.

  • Always park in a well-lit and safe area

It is known to all that a poor-lit parking area is prone to crimes which commonly happen to unaccompanied women drivers. Try to avoid this area if possible unless you have no other choice but always take precaution by observing your surroundings. A simple action may save your belongings or even your life.


5. What to do when you get involved in an accident

  • Stay Calm

Assess yourself. Are you injured? If you are not, exit the vehicle and assess the severity of the accident and the other party, if any. If you are in the middle of the road and the accident is not so severe,drive your vehicle to the side of the road to avoid incoming traffic but such action must be done carefully but if it is too dangerous just let it be and make an emergency call to 999 immediately.  

  • Exchange Information with The Other Party

Take down the details of the other vehicles and parties involved in the accident. These include:

– Car registration number.

– Car model, year made and colour.

– Driver’s name, address and phone number.

– Driver’s IC and driving licence number.

– Witnesses’ name, address and phone number.

– If you can, take pictures of the damages and other details.

  • How Severe Is The Damage?

Depending on the accident, you can negotiate and come to an agreement with the other party on settling the matter if it is only a fender bender but if the damage is severe, proceed to make a police report.

  • Call Your Insurance Company

Call your insurance company hotline soonest possible. Provide the details of the accident and advice will be given. Immediate assistance will be given to you particularly on arrangement of towing services, if required. Failing to send your vehicle to an approved workshop might prevent you from claiming any damages from the accident.

  • Make A Police Report

Make a police report within 24 hours after the accident occurred. The police officer will inquire about the accident and conclude on who is responsible for the accident. Responsible party will be liable for a traffic summons and insurance claims by others who involved in the accident. Thus, a police report is very important as it is part of crucial documents required by the insurance company to substantiate your claim.