Last month, I wrote about types of drivers I hate.
I received a comment from a good friend of mine, Afnan. He said there's a type of driver he hates in Kelantan, which are Pak Hajis.
Typically, they're old people wearing Serbans or Kopiahs, and some of them are experiencing deteriorating eyesight.
Personally, I kind of agree with him.
In Terengganu, Pak Hajis are walking, riding or driving nightmares. One might never know when these people might pop into the middle of the road and act like we are doing 20 km/h when in fact we are slamming on the brake praying to God we don't run over them.
One Pak Haji that I ever had the misfortune to have encountered was last two days. I had to tail behind this One-Day-More-To-100-Years-Old Pak Haji in his car, driving in the MIDDLE OFF THE ROAD. People from the opposite side of the road had to swerve past him dangerously and I could've sworn I saw them cursing to him as I past them. I gave him a long honk and high beam to him from behind and overtook him the second I had the chance. God knows what could've happened if I didn't...
I think I have the explanation for this matter.
While I was running errands for my parents, I parked my car beside a Pak Haji. I noticed that his car had this sticker on his fuel tank.
As you can see here, this car is powered by Iman.
When regular drivers like us are running low on fuel, we can just calm down and look for gas stations nearby.
But in this Pak Haji's case, if he's running out of his Iman, he doesn't have to look for gas stations. He can just do this while driving instead.
Hence taking both of his hands off the wheels and eyes of the road.