Electric Air Taxis Are About to Be Tested Here in Singapore

Donovan Car News

​Volocopter, a German start-up pioneering in urban air mobility, will be testing its flying taxis in Singapore for the first time in 2019. Continue reading

Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 13

Donovan Car News

We’re back with another episode of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week. In this week’s compilation, we feature a phone addict, a driver intimidating a motorcyclist with a pillion rider, and reckless overtakers. Continue reading

Aston Martin and Jaguar are Remaking Their Classic Cars

Donovan Car News

Carmakers and manufacturers like Aston Martin and Jaguar are seeing the value to remaking, rebuilding and restoring their classic cars. In this article, we feature several examples. Continue reading

COE Quota to Increase for November 2018 to January 2019

Donovan Car News

The Certificate of Entitlement (COE) quota for November to January 2019 will be increased to 30,143—an average of 10,046 a month. Continue reading

Crooked Bridge to be Built Between Singapore and Johor Soon?

Donovan Car News

The crooked bridge idea at the Causeway first brought up by Dr Mahathir during his first tenure as Prime Minister may now return. Continue reading

October 2018 COE Results 2nd Bidding: Cat A Falls to $25,556, Cat B Rises by Only $1

John Car News

The 2nd COE bidding for October 2018 has concluded with Cat A falling to $25,556. Cat B prices only rose by $1, and Cat E saw an increase of $348, to $32,900.​ Continue reading

Grab Looks to Improve Passenger Safety with a New Alert System for Drivers

Donovan Car News

Grab recently rolled out a slew of tech advances, including a new alert system that will monitor a driver’s fatigue levels. This new system is aimed at improving passenger safety. Continue reading

​Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 12

John Car News

We’re back with another episode of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week. In this week’s compilation, we feature a lot stealer, a road block runner, and of course, reckless drivers. Continue reading

Grab Attempts to Clean Up Its Act, But Is It Too Late?

Donovan Car News

In light of increased complaints from riders and a scathing report about its business behaviour, Grab attempts to clean up its act. But, is it enough to win our hearts back? Continue reading

Tech Giant Microsoft is Grab’s Newest Investor & Partner

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In a strategic move, Microsoft will invest an undisclosed amount of money into Grab, tying both companies together in a partnership. Continue reading

​Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 11

John Car News

It's episode 11 of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week. In this week's episode, we feature several impatient, reckless drivers who have no problems breaking the law. Continue reading

Go-Jek Might Join Singapore’s Ride-Hailing Market by Month’s End

Donovan Car News

Indonesian ride-hailing giant Go-Jek might be about to take the ride-hailing fight to Grab’s home ground, Singapore, by the end of this month. Continue reading

Why the COE Fails at Discouraging Singaporeans From Driving

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Car and petrol prices in Singapore are among the highest in the world. So why do Singaporeans keep making the expensive choice to drive? Continue reading

October 2018 COE Results: Slight Surge in Prices for Cat A and Cat E

John Car News

The results of the first COE bidding exercise for October 2018 are out. COE prices for Cat A and E went up slightly, while Cat C saw an increment of $1,397 ​from the previous exercise. Continue reading

​Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week: Episode 10

Donovan Car News

It's time for another round up of Inconsiderate Drivers of the Week. In this week's episode, we feature several drivers who can't seem to keep a lookout for other vehicles and pedestrians. Continue reading

Check Out the World’s First Calorie-Burning Car

Donovan Car News

Some cars run on fuel, others on electricity, and a few on hydrogen. This car runs on whatever you had for breakfast. Continue reading

GrabHitch to Become Unavailable for Late-Night Bookings from October Onwards

Donovan Car News

From next month onwards, ride-hailing company Grab will be making GrabHitch bookings unavailable from 1am to 5am. Continue reading

Six Months After Pulling Out, Uber Still Struggles to Dispose of Its Remaining Cars

Donovan Car News

Lion City Rentals (LCR), a car-rental company owned by Uber, still has thousands of unused cars after the ride-hailing company pulled out of Singapore six months ago. Continue reading

Going to Malaysia? You May Need a Vehicle Entry Permit Soon

Donovan Car News

Vehicle Entry Permits (VEP) for vehicles entering Malaysia from Woodlands and Tuas Second-Link checkpoints may soon come into effect this year-end. Continue reading

Grab and Uber Fined S$13 Million by Competition Watchdog for Merger

Donovan Car News

Grab and Uber were fined millions of dollars by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) for merging earlier this year. Continue reading