COE Quota to Decrease Further for May 2019 to July 2019

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The Certificate of Entitlement (COE) quota for May 2019 to July 2019 will be decreased to 25,347—an average of 8,449 a month. Continue reading

April 2019 COE Results 2nd Bidding: Premiums for Cars Went Up By Over $4,000

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In the second bidding of April 2019, the Quota Premium for cars end higher once again. In this exercise, Cat A finished at $33,199, Cat B at $48,000, and Cat E at $52,410. Continue reading

April 2019 COE Results: Quota Premiums for Cars Go up Even Further

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In the first bidding of April 2019, the Quota Premium for cars continues on its rise. In the first bidding exercise for April 2019, Cat A finished at $29,159, Cat B ended at $43,102, and Cat E closed at $48,209. Continue reading

Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 30

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In our 30th episode of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week, we are featuring more than just inconsiderate drivers on our roads, as a reminder that we all have a part to play to keep our roads safe and accident-free. Continue reading

March 2019 COE Results 2nd Bidding: Quota Premiums for Cars Continue to Rise

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It appears that the Quota Premium for cars is on the upward trend. In the second bidding exercise for March 2019, Cat A closed at $26,659​, Cat B finished at $39,401​​, and Cat E ended at $41,000​​. Continue reading

New Lane on PIE near Changi Airport and Lornie Highway to Be Opened

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A new lane on the PIE expressway near Changi Airport will open on March 24, and the northbound link of Lornie Highway will fully open on April 19. Continue reading

The Drive Safe Course, CDC’s Effort to Correct Our Bad Driving Habits Using Technology​​

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The ComfortDelGro Driving Centre launches a Safe Driving Course for seasoned drivers to correct their bad habits from behind the wheel using technology. Continue reading

Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 29

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In this episode of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week, we feature a big-picture view of the incident with the Nam Ho van driver, a couple of motorcyclists crashing into cars and a car driving on the road shoulder. Continue reading

The Singapore Government Collected S$37.8 Million in Traffic Fines in 2018

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In 2018, the Singapore government collected a total of S$37.8 million in traffic fines, a 4.67% increase from 2017. Meanwhile, the police issued a report saying the overall traffic situation remained stable in 2018. Continue reading

SG Hitch, a Telegram-Based Carpooling Service to Rival GrabHitch

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SG Hitch is a Telegram group that serves as a link between drivers and hitchers to provide a more affordable alternative to other carpooling services such as GrabHitch. Continue reading

More Complaints Received by Traffic Police About Bad Behaviour on the Roads

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There has been an increase in the number of reports sent in to Traffic Police by members of the public with regards to bad behaviour by drivers while behind the wheel. Continue reading

March 2019 COE Results: Quota Premiums for Cars on the Rise

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The Quota Premium for cars appears to be on the rise. In the first bidding exercise for March 2019, Cat A closed at $26,309, Cat B finished at $36,961, and Cat E ended at $37,620. Continue reading

Motorist Shake & Win: Win Attractive Prizes, Including a Year’s Worth of Free Petrol

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Motorist is excited to announce the start of its Shake & Win contest. Win attractive prizes just by shaking your phone daily at 12pm. Prizes include luxury car rentals, branded car cameras and a year’s worth of free petrol. Continue reading

Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 28

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In this episode of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week, we feature drivers who ended up driving on the wrong side of the road, a tailgating Mercedes driver and a speeding lorry driver that caused a multi-vehicle collision. Continue reading

Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 27

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In this episode of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week, we feature motorcyclists encountering reckless drivers resulting in terrible consequences and a truck that almost ran down a cyclist at a traffic junction. Continue reading

Budget 2019: Diesel Duty Doubles to 20 Cents a Litre at the Pumps, a Good Move?

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The speech on Singapore’s 2019 budget included an increase in diesel duty to 20 cents a litre, up from 10 cents previously. At the same time, the annual Special Tax for diesel taxis and cars will go down. Continue reading

Higher Fines for Motorists, Pedestrians and Cyclists Among Reviews to Traffic Laws

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On Thursday (21 Feb), MHA announced a set of changes to the Road Traffic Act. Under these changes, motorists, pedestrians and cyclists found guilty of traffic offences will get bigger fines. Continue reading

More Car Owners Opted to Extend Their COEs in 2018

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In 2018, a record number of car owners chose to extend their car’s COE instead of scrapping and buying a new car. Last year, 37,114 COEs were extended past the 10-year mark, making it a 20% jump from 2017. Continue reading

February 2019 COE Results 2nd Bidding: Premiums for Cars on the Rise, End Mostly Higher

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For the 2nd bidding exercise for February 2019, COE results for cars all ended higher. Cat A, Cat B and Cat E ended at $26,301, $35,403 and $36,667 respectively. Continue reading

February 2019 COE Results: Car Premiums End Mostly Higher in Latest Bidding Exercise

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For the 1st bidding exercise for February 2019, COE results ended mostly higher for cars. Cat A closed at $25,689, Cat B rose to $34,509, while Cat E ended at $35,310. Continue reading