This week, Malaysia announced that it could be reopening its borders by Mid-November. This couldn't come at a more perfect time, as petrol prices in Singapore have risen steadily over the last month.
In short, if you're looking for a condensed list of our weekly round-up, we have:
- Malaysian Tourism Minister: Singapore-Malaysia Borders To Reopen To Travelers "Very Soon"
- 5 Must-Have Apps If You Are Driving An Electric Vehicle Into Malaysia
- Petrol Prices Climb for the Fourth Time in Three Weeks
- mReview: 2021 Toyota Camry-The Fountain Of Elixir
- Video: The 2021 MINI One 5-Door is Cute AND Cool
- Happenings: Motorist Car Group: Receive Funding To Grow Your Very Own Car Group
Continue scrolling to read a condensed version of the articles! Otherwise, you can click on the links above to bring you to the respective article or video!
Earlier this week, Malaysia’s Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Nancy Shukri announced that Malaysia could be opening its borders for Singaporean travellers in mid-November. With further discussion set for next week, will we finally see the opening of our northern borders in time for the November-December holidays? We certainly hope so!
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In the event that the Singapore-Malaysia borders open, EV owners will certainly face something called range anxiety. Why? Because the EV infrastructure in Malaysia isn’t as comprehensive as Singapore’s. With EV chargers sparsely available, EV owners might face a tough time charging their vehicles. Fret not though, as we have compiled a list of several apps that might remedy this problem.
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Just when you thought car ownership in Singapore couldn't get any pricier. It seems petrol prices are rising steadily as well. In fact, this is the fourth increase in the last three weeks. Apparently, this worrying trend is happening globally and can be mainly attributed to the rising cost of crude oil and the increased demand for fuel due to the reopening of economies after lockdowns.
The new Toyota Camry legitimately feels like a budget Lexus. It drives well, is silent and comfortable, and most importantly, really well thought out and built. Gone are the days when the Toyota Camry was designed to appeal only to its middle-aged clientele. This latest iteration of the car seems to have unlocked the fountain of elixir.
Check out our full review!
The 2021 MINI One 5-Door may not have much oomph with its 101bhp and 190Nm of torque that's all sent to the front wheels, but it is still a very enjoyable driver's car! Packed with two extra doors, a bigger boot and some very entertaining features, this MINI One 5-Door is the cake you can have AND eat too!
For a more extensive read, click here!
Want to create your own car club, but lack the funding to do so? With Motorist’s new Car Group Chat feature, you’ll have a platform to promote your new car club AND be incentivised to do so too!
Gather like-minded owners with the same make and model of your vehicle, and grow your own car club! Be the leader of your club (dubbed the Car Group King), and receive up to $5,000 in funding for club-related activities.
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