New Toyota Camrys for Perak exco for 'lower maintenance, better safety'

Annabelle Lee


The Perak government’s decision to spend RM1.74 million on 16 new Toyota Camrys for state exco members was driven by projected lower maintenance costs and better safety.

According to Pasir Pinji assemblyperson Howard Lee who is the state exco for youth, sports and human capital development, the move was in line with an existing state government policy which allows for vehicle changes once every five years.

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