There seems to be a common occurrence between such drivers… Can’t quite put my finger on it…
A BMW 2 Series (220i Coupe SR HID M Sport if you care) ran a red light at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8.
This is in itself, nothing special. More evidence to Singaporeans being bad drivers perhaps.
But this time, there’s also the driver’s wife and child in the passenger seat. Small enough to warrant needing a child seat, if the Facebook post is to be believed.
There’s a time and place to go fast guys, and the carpark is not one of them.
An overzealous Volkswagen Beetle was going fast enough in a multi-storey carpark (MSCP) at Bukit Merah Central to break through the metal and concrete barriers.
Someone managed to record footage of the incident from their car, likely through dashcam.
Can’t imagine how loud that would have been on the outside. Hope there wasn’t anyone under the car with those bricks sent fly
Imagine seeing a whole VAN lane split better than motorcycles. Get this driver into teaching ASAP.
A Malaysian-registered Hyundai Starex on the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) was presented ‘the bird’ by 2 motorcyclists passing by, and proceeded to take off and chase after the offenders.
The original FB post implies that the bikes were also Malaysian-registered, due to the quote “chase down fellow countrymen on bikes”, but the plate numbers are too small to make
You might disagree with her, but you’ll be hard pressed to find much evidence against her case.
Content creator and entrepreneur Wendi Chan, better known as @pinkkittywendi has been stirring the pot by making the bold but likely true statement that Singaporeans are the worst drivers and/or the most inconsiderate drivers in the world.
If you are angered at the above statement, I present to you all our existing articles. And SGRV.
She uses the example of
If PMD can travel at 80km/h, why is my grab order so slow to travel?
The footage shows the PMDs going much faster than the camcar while Chinese music blares in the background.
While the MCE is fairly empty at the time of recording, it does not change the fact that using a PMD on the expressway is illegal and unsafe in the event of an accident. If caught, first-time offenders face a fine of up to S$2,000 or up to three months in jail, or both. Repeat offe
If there was ever a sign from a higher power to stop doing something, this is definitely one.
An auntie was happily walking along underneath trees on the road divider when a taxi came out of nowhere and t-boned another car, narrowly missing the auntie.
The auntie was no doubt left shocked from what just unfolded before her and fell on the ground in shock.
The incident happened at the junction of Mandalay Road and Moulmein Road.
Police reported t
Lots of missing context in this one. Nonetheless an interesting watch.
On 11 September 2023, at Yishun (again??) Avenue 6, an altercation broke out between a food delivery rider and a BMW driver.
According to the Facebook post, the BMW driver was “closely following” the rider before the incident, saying that “the traffic light signalled”.
How specific! Because the traffic light definitely doesn’t have multiple signals, each with VERY different meaning
The brakes on the car must be good, rider was wearing no protection and still escaped unscathed.
On 11 September 2023, at Yishun Industrial Street 1 (because OF COURSE it was at Yishun), a food delivery rider on a PAB (Power Assisted Bicycle) ignored a stop line at a junction and was subsequently hit by a car.
The car was going at around 30km/h and unable to avoid the rider, who was already onto the road and stopped moving like a deer in headlights.
Mazda driver must have thought a giant took a s*** on his car.
A Mazda driver was travelling along Marymount Lane when they no doubt s*** themselves after it looked like someone s*** on their car.
As we can see in the video, a construction zone beside the road had some equipment malfunction, with a cable/tube snapping and unleashing a torrent of mud.
The unlucky Mazda was able to get ahead by just a bit before the massive brown load splattered all over
This is probably the most civil confrontation I’ve ever seen, while keeping a mildly aggressive edge.
A confrontation took place at Defu Lane when an uncle did not park properly. The video immediately opens with the person behind the camera asking “How many lots did you park in?” in Chinese.
Credit to the uncle, he asked the person recording to follow him to his parking spot, saying “I don’t want to argue”. The aggrieved recorder however was still upset, as he
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There is never a day that doesn't look busy for you.
After dropping the older girl off at school, then her younger brother off at his childcare centre, you'll have to take Mum either for the routine health check-up, or help ferry her around for those mahjong get-togethers with her friends. That's even before bringing in all the other household errands, and the personal appointments you have yourself.
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Bro has been putting off getting his eyes checked for too long already.
A Honda Vezel driver decided to seek clarification from a split road sign on Clementi road, which led to him mounting the kerb and hitting the sign too.
You can see the exact moment he realised that he was too close and hit the brakes.
Like come on lah, the literal 2 split roads aren’t enough??
But it was too late, and he had to fully mount the kerb before getting 2 wheels bac
The vitriol in the comments is palpable.
A motorcyclist hit a Volkswagen Golf while lanesplitting on the Pan-Island expressway (PIE) on 7th August.
The motorcyclist made a sudden swerve and hit the car, causing him to flip forwards and off his bike.
Looks like when an NPC glitches out in a video game.
What has people in the comments riled up is that the motorcyclist was registered under a Malaysian plate, which would (apparently) make it difficult for the Go
Parking on double yellow? Someone thought some extra yellow would be helpful.
A camcar submitted footage of someone approaching the car and supposedly peeing on it at night on 4th August.
We see two people approaching the car in the video, while one of them goes off screen. If there was no context to this video we would never stick around to watch for more than 10 seconds.
There is no concrete proof that someone peed on the car other than a still picture of s
Can afford Tesla, cannot afford to charge? Just go to your nearest condo I guess. What happened?
A Tesla Model Y at Sol Acres condominium was reported to have broke the lock to a wall plug to charge using the condo’s electricity, despite not being a resident vehicle.
Pictures in the Facebook post show that the Tesla was using a wall plug in order to charge the car. The plug was apparently locked and subsequently broken, though no signs of damage were shown in the photo.
If anyone would like to have some furniture for their home, apparently just driving around could net you some free goods! Whether or not you’ll get them in good condition, however, is another issue.
A driver on the Central Expressway (CTE) was on his merry way when a lorry started hurling furniture onto the road.
The white dresser (looks like it?) slid off the top of the lorry straight onto the driver’s path, getting run over and destroyed.
Bro almost got
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Prayers to the motorcyclist's family.
A Honda Jazz cut off and side swiped a motorcyclist at Yishun Avenue 1 on 23 July 2023, around 9.30 A.M.
This sent the motorcyclist off his bike and knocked his helmet off as well, leaving his head unprotected as he crashed onto the tarmac.
The motorcyclist laid still on the ground, and another rider who went past the motorcyclist as the incident took place, but stopped and went over to check on the victim.
A massive crash took place in Seletar Expressway (SLE) on 6 July 2023 after a Toyota lorry lost control and skidded, causing a chain collision involving 5 other motorcyclists and a car.
As we can see in the footage, the motorcyclists were left with no time to react. One motorcyclist leapt off his bike to avoid the crash, while others were unable to avoid it and caused a pile up.
The first motorcyclist was also put between the lorry and a Honda, though the exten
This situation almost turned very gory. Watch the video to see why.
A motorcyclist at the junction of Jalan Buroh and Jurong Port Road had the bright idea of stopping in front of a heavy truck, and nearly lost his life because of it.
The motorcyclist was likely in the wrong lane for the direction he was heading, as he decided to rectify this by going right and stopping right in front of the truck.
This was already an accident waiting to happen. My anx
Maybe guys like these are planted to make driving less appealing. Maybe I'm watching too many conspiracy videos.
An uncle with nothing better to do on Telok Kurau road decided to hold up traffic and be a nuisance, as well as damage other people’s cars by banging on the bonnets.
The video shows that this uncle blocked a taxi with his body, kicking it and swinging his hands in the air like he just don’t care. However, the taxi was luckily able to escape.
An accident took place on 21 June 2023 at the junction of Hougang Avenue 3 and Kim Chuan Road, where a traffic police motorcycle hit a 58 year old man, resulting in his death.
The police were alerted to the accident around 5.30 pm, and the two ambulances were dispatched to take 2 people to Tan Tock Seng Hospital.
The victim was unconscious, and died in hospital, whilst the 31 year old officer was conscious on the way.
These are the only pictures available of th
Taxi drivers are our saviours when we’ve had one too many drinks too late in the night, especially when public transport has ended. But I think no matter how many drinks they've had, even this passenger can tell something has gone horribly wrong.
A cyclist in Anchorvale was having a cool, relaxing ride at the PCN (Park Connector Network) when they saw a taxi that definitely was not supposed to be there.
The exclamation of “Yo, what the f*** boi??” sums up