ANOTHER WAY TO LESSEN THE BURDEN FOR MALAYSIANS..
Food for thought.
I had this idea whilst taking the Komuter, on my way home from work. It occurred to me when I saw an advertisement about the usage of NGV as an another alternative for petrol.
The Government has decided to give a rebate of petrol worth RM625 to Malaysian motorists.
Currently, the price for an installation of the NGV tank is RM3000 – RM5000, depending on the locations, etc.
Would it be nice if the Government would provide another rebate for us, say a 60% subsidy for the installation of the tank?
Let me do a very simple mathematics calculation on this. Let’s say, the amount for the installation is worth RM3,500. The Government will only subsidise 60% of the price, and we only need to pay RM900 for the installation.
Of course, it will only be a once a lifetime subsidy, instead of paying RM625 every day (assuming that everyday people will have to renew their road tax at the post office.)
Since the demand of NGV is higher than before, the Government has no choice but to spent millions to install more NGV facilities at all petrol stations around Malaysia.
When everybody starts using the NGV as an alternative for petrol, Petronas would be able to reduce and control the price per litre of petroleum or diesel. Petronas would also be able to reduce the price, since motorists has decided to use NGV, instead of petrol and with that, Petronas could export more petrol to other countries and get more revenue from it.
Apart from that, Malaysians are also been given an option, either to collect the RM625 rebate or the rebate for NGV installation.
But as what people said, Ini cuma cakap orang yang tak berapa cerdik laa…
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