There is a huge debate on the internet about whether or not voltage stabilisers actually work. Some swear by it, while others claim they serve no real purpose. Tests have shown that voltage stabilizers technically work, but not in the way that can significantly boost your car’s performance ten folds. Indeed, if you understand the […]Continue reading
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4 Situations Where You Wish You Have Portable Traffic Lights
To some drivers, the number of traffic lights in Singapore can be unbearable. In fact, we came across several forum posts discussing this. Someone even wrote a blog post to express his unhappiness about having another traffic light put up. Love it or hate it, traffic light has come a long way from the oil powered signaler […]Continue reading
7 Fun Facts About Driving in Singapore
Here are 10 interesting facts about driving in Singapore. Even if you’re a regular road user, you probably will learn something new! Left-Hand Drive in Singapore In Singapore, cars and other vehicles drive on the left side of the road, so cars are mostly right-hand drive. But if you’re lucky, you may occasionally see left-hand […]Continue reading
8 Items You Must Have in Your Car For Emergencies
We often take Singapore’s roads for granted. In our tropical climate, we don’t experience floods or icy road conditions. There is also a very low chance of hitting wild animals like deer. However, you never know when your car might break down or even get into an accident with pedestrians or other motorists. In the […]Continue reading
Car DVR Prevents Road Rage Incident in Singapore
Having a Car DVR helped a Singaporean motorist from avoiding a road rage incident, which could have been a fake accident scam!Continue reading
How Does The Easing of Car Loan Rules Affect You?
From 27 May 2016, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has revised the rules on motor vehicle financing. Find out how this will affect you as a potential car buyer.Continue reading
Should You Get a Head-Up Display For Your Car?
With mobile devices, we’re used to having information at our fingertips all day long. Why shouldn’t the same go for our cars? When you take your eyes off the road even for a brief moment to look at your instrument cluster, your eyes need to adjust to the shorter distance to read the information, then readjust to the greater visual distance again to take in the traffic environment. If the information can appear exactly where you need it – in your line of sight – you don’t have to avert your gaze so often to check the display on the instrument cluster. That’s where a head-up display (HUD) comes in handy. Here are some advantages of having a HUD installed in your car, especially in Singapore.Continue reading
Sudden Unintended Acceleration (SUA) in Singapore
Find out all about Sudden Unintended Acceleration (SUA), what causes it, and how to minimise SUA in Singapore.Continue reading
Electric Cars in Singapore: Yes or No?
There has been much talk of electric cars in Singapore lately, especially with the news of LTA slapping a tax surcharge on the only Tesla S in Singapore. Many Singaporeans may be wondering if they should switch to an electric car, worrying that they may be penalised even though they are more environmentally friendly. We weigh the pros and cons of driving an electric car in Singapore.Continue reading
Sharing the Road With Other Road Users (Bicycles, PMDs)
With the increasing use of bicycles and personal mobility devices (PMDs) such as electric scooters, kickscooters and hoverboards, motorists in Singapore may have noticed that more of them are using the roads even though they are not allowed to do so. Inconsiderate and reckless cyclists and PMD users using the roads can endanger not only their own lives, but also those of other road users. New rules have been proposed regarding the use of bicycles and PMDs on various paths in Singapore. Find out how this will affect you.Continue reading