Tag Archives: traffic police

PITIED DRIVER WHO HIT MY CAR – USED HIS WORKSHOP NOW MY CAR IS IN SHAMBLES

On the 3rd of August 2016, 1945hrs, a white BMW (SJU4421M) was driven by self-claim boss of I-Walker Automobile (WCEGA Plaza, #03-08) named Lim Poh Meng , Jeremy (NRIC:S6942042G) ran into the rear of my red car in Teban Gardens T-Junction lamppost #178. He then admitted that he was tired and wasn't concentrating on driving and hence, the accident happened. I decided to let him have a choice on how to settle this mishap. He suggested that we go to where he was staying at nearby (Teban Gardens Block 30) and discuss. Fully aware of the situation that he is in the wrong and would be liable for maximum claims through insurance and demerit points from the Traffic Police, plus fine. I pitied him and agreed.

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TP SUMMONED ME FOR BEATING RED LIGHT – ASKED FOR CONFIRMATION BUT THEY HAVE NO EVIDENCE!

I was given a summon by the traffic police for beating a red light at bendemer area. I was taken by surprise as I did not remember doing so. After going down to the traffic police to demand the evidence of such action, the officer told me " This type of offence cann appeal one. Once you see the picture you will know and confirm cannot appeal." I felt offended as I just wanted to confirm that I did committed an offence for beating the traffic light.

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TP MISPLACED CALL FOR WITNESS SIGNBOARD, NO JUSTICE FOR MY DECEASED SON

Since from April 2011. STOMP dare not post my son's accident case until today 12 august 2016 ( 6yrs) ago..Traffic police had put the fatal witness signboard on the wrong place a miles away without notice they had put it wrongly. I'm the father of the deceased stanley seah in the fatal accident on the 12 april 2011. Would liked the Traffic police to explain to the netizens. After being imform to TP wrong accident place display witness sign board to the traffic police, a week later after the funeral then the TP put the signboard on the correct premises.

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CAN LTA & TRAFFIC POLICE REGULATE TRAFFIC & MAKE LITTLE INDIA SAFER TO LIVE IN?

Firstly I would like to highly compliments to a group of 7 Certis Cisco APOs and traffic controllers lead by Sergeant Sainee who were deployed at the junction of Race Course Road and Kerbau Road for their high alertness. At about 2330, a lorry YL 7927 X was seen driving in a extreme speed against the traffic flow along Chander Road but luckily due to those APOs and Traffic Controllers who were deployed there, the errant foreign driver was apprehended on the spot.

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