Driving with smartphone is dangerous!
Terakhir Diubah : 11:38:23 - Selasa, 16 November 2021
Playing a smartphone or cellphone can be a problem because it can cause accidents. Someone who drives while playing a smartphone is very possible to lose focus on driving, so they cannot pay close attention to their surroundings. Believe it or not, traffic accidents are also dominated by motorists who lose concentration while driving. In order to minimize the occurrence of accidents due to this, a law was made to make anyone driving more concentrated, disciplined and careful. This is stated in Article 106 paragraph (1) of Law no. 22 of 2009 concerning Road Traffic and Transportation, which reads, "Everyone who drives a motorized vehicle on the road must drive his vehicle fairly and with full concentration."
Then, the sanctions received for violating these rules have also been stated in article 283, Law no. 22 of 2009 concerning Road Traffic and Transportation, motorists may be subject to a maximum imprisonment of 3 (three) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 750,000.00 (seven hundred and fifty thousand rupiah).
The Signs of a Gas Leak In Your Home
Do you know the signs of a gas leak in your home? Check it out below: The gas emits a pungent odor and a hissing sound, if this happens immediately turn off the stove Fire is not blue Gas runs out fast No need to be afraid, immediately unplug the gas regulator carefully, keep the gas cylinder away from sources of fire such as stoves and then open the door or window so that there is air exchange. When the smell is strong, get out of the room immediately so you don't inhale harmful gases. For Home Insurance call 021-50508080
Eid Al Fitr Holiday Announcement
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Following government regulation about National Holiday on Eid Al Fitr 1443 H
We will be closed from April 29 until May 6, 2022.
We will open on May 9, 2022.
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The holy month of Ramadan is just around the corner. The month that Muslims all over the world have been waiting for. Muslims have now started to make some preparations, starting from the needs of the house to the mind, so that the fast will be more blessed.
In welcoming Ramadan, Muslims will certainly show one form of their love for Allah SWT. One of the simplest is to welcome it with joy.
Take care of your physical and physical condition from now on by reducing unhealthy habits such as staying up late and eating unhealthy foods. Start exercising more regularly and if necessary take vitamins or health supplements.
The most basic preparation for Ramadan is preparing for faith. Faithful preparation can be done by starting to practice controlling bad habits every day.
This can be done in a way as simple as making sure do the Five Times Prayer is , or stop smoking.
Before entering the month of Ramadan, there is nothing wrong with reading more about religion to deepen your knowledge and religious knowledge so that you can perform worship solemnly in the month of Ramadan.
While you still have time, start managing your finances by living more frugally so that it is enough to meet your needs and also charity in the month of Ramadan.
How are you preparing for the month of Ramadan? Call us at 021-50508080 for health insurance information.
What to do if your passport is lost or stolen while abroad?
The first thing you need to do is go to the local police station to report the theft or loss of your passport. This procedure will protect you in case of misuse of your passport. You will also receive a police report describing the circumstances of the loss or theft.
Tips: a scan or photocopy of a passport should be made before international trips. Photocopies should be kept in a location other than the actual passport, for extra security, in case something happens to the original document.
You must also report the loss or theft of your passport at the nearest embassy or consulate of your country of citizenship. If you are in possession of copies or scans of your passport, do enclose them in your report.
The following are the documents that must be prepared for processing lost/damaged passports at the immigration office:
1. Police Certificate (Lost or Stolen Passport)
2. Identity Card;
3. Family Card;
4. Birth certificate and/or School Diploma;
5. Old passport (especially for damaged passports).