Singaporean cars can’t buy RON 95 fuel in Malaysia, but what about diesel, which is also subsidised?

For the love of Gentleminions, put subsidies into public transport, and other public utilities.

Dateline 2022-05-17,

The reopening of the Malaysia-Singapore land border on April 1 saw no shortage of traffic heading into the country, and with it, plenty of reports of Singaporean motorists refuelling with RON 95 petrol at Malaysian fuel stations during the first week of the reopening.

This action is of course not allowed, as foreign-registered vehicles (including motorcycles) are prohibited from buying RON 95 – which is heavily subsidised by the Malaysian government – under a ban that has been in place since August 1, 2010.

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