Carpark

TEEN NS BOY ADMITTED TO DRIVING OVER 100KM/H IN CARPARK, CAUSING GRIEVOUS HURT TO ANOTHER DRIVER

At aorund 5:45 pm, he stopped his car at one end of the carpark before rapidly accelerating. He was estimated to have been driving at speeds between 104 km/h and 121 km/h at the carpark.

Apart from 2 broken ribs, Teong also suffered degenerative changes to his spine, and subdural haemotoma, which is a collection of blood between the covering of the brain and brain surface. He had since removed the haemotoma via surgery.

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PARKING APP ROLLED OUT, NO MORE EXCUSE NOT TO PAY PARKING CHARGES

With the app, motorists just have to key in their vehicle number, enter the car park code, indicate the duration of parking, and pay via a credit or debit card. Fees are based on the length of time a car is parked on a per-minute basis. The app will also notify users when their parking sessions expire, so you can either extend the parking session, or go out of the carpark.

With this, there is now no reason for you not to pay your parking charge, and the authorities found another novel way to keep collecting cash off you.

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CAR REVERSES INTO ANOTHER AT CARPARK, AND JUST DROVE OFF

I was parked under block 708 Clementi West Street 2 at about 8:45 PM on 17/09/17. My engines were off and my hazard light turned ON while waiting for someone. I was using my phone in the car when I was startled by a loud bang and my car shaking. Startled, I looked up and saw the back of a black/very dark purple car speeding away from me. I only managed to catch the last 5 digits of the car plate - XXX7081C. The car was a hatchback and displayed a 'P' plate sign.

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CHANGI AIRPORT INSTALL VIDEO SYSTEM TO HELP FIND PARKED CARS

Touted as the first of its kind in such a large-scale parking facility, the system uses video analytics to give drivers a foolproof way to find their car if they cannot locate it. This will come as a relief to Airport staff, as it will now be easier for them to help hapless motorists find their parked cars. It is reported that every week, about six drivers approach a Changi carpark staff member for help to find their cars.

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