Tag Archives: traffic police

185 KM/H CAR CHASE ACROSS SINGAPORE

What followed was a chase reaching speeds of 185kmh that traversed half of Singapore, from the TPE in the north-east to the Pan-Island Expressway to the East Coast Parkway in the south-east. Soh was eventually arrested after a violent struggle at Prince Edward Road.

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CLASS 2B LICENSE

Honestly, I wasn't confident at all because I witnessed a girl mount the kerb while she was doing her Crank Course and another girl hit 2 cones while doing a Slalom right in front of my eyes. I was so afraid that I will follow their mistakes and that made me more nervous than I already was. All in all, I personally felt that I underperformed because of my nervousness but fortunately, I manage to clear all the stations in the circuit without having any Immediate Failures.

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Tips to Pass your Traffic Police Driving Test (Class 3)

The testers will form a first judgment of you. Wearing your low jeans with spiky hair or looking like a junkie high on drugs is not going to help score any points with the older-than-life testers. Dress smartly and you will be off to a winning start. Girls have been recommended to wear short skirts to the test. I understand that it is not necessarily true. (My friend failed while wearing it.) Shoes are strongly preferred so start using them when you are learning. For newbies like us, the difference is not easy to overcome.

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Traffic Police Finds Fault with Truck Driver Josiah Wong

While driving a truck along SLE today a Traffic Police car cut into my lane suddenly and step on the brake multiple times. The car then drove away and a few minutes later, appear in front of me again. Turned on its siren and direct me to stop at the side of the expressway.

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INCOMPETENT SINGAPORE TRAFFIC POLICE IGNORES COMPLAINT?

When Mr Goh was slapped with the summon of 12 demerits points from the traffic police for the offence of beating the traffic light camera at the junction of lavender & Serangoon/Jalan Besar Road, he had initially approached me to make a request that I would become his scapegoat in this matter to which I had flatly rejected him. This can be credited to the fact that he had a history of 3 counts of traffic offences which had accumulated to a total demerit point of 28 prior to this. Should he accept the deserved punishment of 12 demerits points for flouting the vested traffic rules, he would have accumulated a total of 40 demerits points within a short span of 3 or so months.

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