Tag Archives: Driving

BEWARE OF THIS OLD MAN TRYING TO SCAM SINGAPOREAN CARS!

This dirty old man drove from the side of the road and intentionally hit my left rear car door. He claims that I hit his car first. What a big joke! Malaysian driver bola! He confronted me and said that I should pay for his car damages. My car is Silver but his car has dents and scratches with ORANGE and RED paint. How to believe that the scratches and dents were caused by my car?

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TP RAISES DRIVING TEST FEES, INTRODUCES NEW CLASS 3 LICENSES

The Traffic Police (TP) announced that fees for their theory and practical tests will be raised from 1st June because of "rising operating costs". Fees for the Basic Driving Theory Test, Final Driving Theory Test and Motorcycle Riding Theory Test will be increased from $6.00 to $6.50, while those for the Practical Riding Test, Practical Driving Test and Proficiency Driving Test wil rise from $20 to $26 from 1st June 2015, and will rise again to $33 on 1st June 2016.

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5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT GET A MANUAL CAR IN SINGAPORE

Some people like a manual car because it provides better control, the driver looks more sporty while driving it or it simply drives like a sports car. I totally respect that, but as a driver who has a manual car since I got my license, and as one who treats his car as merely a tool to get from point A to B, I would highly advise against getting a manual car. Here are my reasons!

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ONUS OF ROAD SAFETY SHOULDN’T REST SOLELY ON DRIVERS

Driving these days can be nerve-racking. One has to look out for not only elderly pedestrians who sometimes cross the road without ensuring that it is safe to do so, but also cyclists who may suddenly whizz across pedestrian crossings. Drivers have to also look out for skaters and motorised cyclists who sometimes even go against the flow of traffic.

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Honda Civic ‘road bully’ fined, disqualified from driving for 2 years

The Honda Civic driver caught on video driving in an aggressive manner has been fined S$5,400 and disqualified from holding a driving licence for two years. Another charge of rash driving was taken into consideration. Undergraduate Quek Zhen Hao, 25, was arrested after two video clips which showed him tailgating, overtaking and braking dangerously in his car were circulated widely online.

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