TL;DR - Reckless Lancer driver speeds, loses control and crashes into barricades upon skidding along Keppel Viaduct.
Watch this 51-second video to see the dramatic skid.
So what happened?
On a rainy day, this Lancer was caught speeding and overtaking another vehicle along Keppel Viaduct.
After it overtook the car, the driver somehow lost vehicle traction, which caused the Lancer to crash on the left side’s concrete barrier.
This was not all, the vehicle spun and
TL;DR - A near-miss accident as a Nissan Qashqai driver forgets to engage the handbrake before switching drivers.
As a female driver myself, I do not conform to both the stereotypes:
1. Female drivers are bad drivers
2. Females do not drive as well as males
This incident debunks the tropes.
Watch this 86-second video to see how this male driver conveniently leaves the car without engaging the handbrake, causing the car to roll backwards.
So what happened?
TL;DR – The owner of a Honda Vezel desperately seeks witnesses or video evidence of a white BMW cutting into his lane and hitting his car, causing an accident in its wake. Unfortunately, the uploaded footage did not catch the BMW’s licence plate.
I find it a little strange that the dash cam did not get the license plate.
Watch this short 17-second video to see whether you find it strange as well
Quoted straight from the SGRV Post
TL;DR - A man was caught driving under the influence (DUI) into Malaysia as his breathalyzer test exceeded the maximum alcohol limit for drink driving.
Ever since the borders between Singapore and Malaysia reopened, there have been many incidents reported of Singaporeans getting up to mischief and/or displaying erratic behaviors.
Here is just one of the many examples:
One good egg does not make a dozen but one bad apple can spoil a barrel.
TL;DR - A van slammed into a double decker bus on the expressway on a wet wet night. The vehicle skidded from the first to the third lane and got T-boned by an oncoming double-decker bus.
At its most basic, a 'drift' is movement of a car along some direction other than its steered trajectory, involving a slip angle at one or both axles.
Watch this 44-second clip to see how the van swerved from lane 1 to lane 3.
Rainy weather usually sees more accidents d
TL;DR - A jaywalker dashes across the road without checking for incoming vehicles and almost getting rammed by cam car.
Watch this 40-second clip of a blur 'sotong' getting the shock of her life after a near-accident she caused herself.
In the video, you can see a jaywalker making a run along the busy Balestier Road and almost getting knocked down by the cam car. This lady almost couldn’t celebrate this Chinese New Year.
Thankfully the fast reflexes of th
TL;DR – A Toyota Altis travelling on the fast lane of the CTE towards Woodlands suddenly found its bonnet flipped up.
Never have I ever seen something like this happen on the roads before.
Watch this 30-second video to see what bizarre incident occurred along the CTE recently.
A Toyota Altis travelling on lane 1 of the CTE/SLE (towards Woodlands) came to a halt as its bonnet got flipped up!
Some possible theories?
TL;DR - Cam car and BMW gets into a heated argument over trivial dispute and hurls vulgarities at each other incessantly.
Want to brush up on your Hokkien?
Learn from these two ‘laojiaos’!
Watch this 6-minute video to see two men hurling profanities incessantly. Fierce.
The cam-car reported that he was traveling along Yio Chu Kang when the BMW PHV cut into his lane abruptly.
He honked at the driver to avoid collision (allegedly), but t
TL;DR - A passerby punched and slapped a driver who presumably fell asleep behind the wheel.
This is what happens when the Z monsters creep up on you while you’re on the road.
Watch this 54-second video of a lady who knocked out in her car and got whacked awake by a passerby.
So what happened?
A female driver was found sleeping in her Honda Vezel at the roadside in Hougang. A male passerby then came over to her car and attempted to wake her up, but to no avail.
TL;DR - A collision occurred in Yishun between a Kia Forte and Honda Vezel at the yellow junction box.
Every Singaporean would know what it means to be kan cheong. We are basically born to sweat ‘kiasu-ness’.
For our foreign friends, kan cheong simply means impatient, edgy and hasty. So a kan cheong spider just refers to someone who possesses such traits.
Watch this 51-second video of a Honda Vezel colliding into a Kia Forte as it drives out from a minor road straight into the
TL;DR - A taxi and a lorry collided, sending the front bumper of the taxi out onto the bustling traffic of Orchard.
A perfect example of great minds think alike - aiming for the same lane at the same time.
Watch this 107-second video to see a flying bumper.
So what happened?
A ComfortDelgro taxi and a Sunshine Bread lorry were turning right into two different lanes when the lorry sideswiped the taxi, resulting in the taxi losing its entire bumper.
The driver of
TL;DR – A passenger uploaded a screenshot of a lewd conversation between herself and an illegal hitch driver on social media.
Want to save a few dollars on your next Private Hire ride?
There are always unofficial alternatives that you can find via Telegram groups like the one below.
Note: I don’t personally use this at all. A friend decided to add me, and I was too lazy to leave the group. Just this one group has over 197,000+ members!
But be warned! If you decide
TL;DR - Cam-car's attempt to filter behind the McLaren Convoy was disrupted by a McLaren 720S that sped past to prevent overtaking.
A perfect example of monkey on wheels.
Watch this 33-second video to see how this cam-car tried to sandwich between two McLarens but almost got 'rekt'.
So what happened?
The cam-car signaled right with the intention to filter to the next lane behind the McLaren Convoy.
However, his/her attempt failed as a McLaren 720S sped up to pr
TL;DR - Bentley driver was caught driving against the flow of traffic, leaving traces of leaked fuel. He was eventually arrested after police reports were made.
There's just endless outrageous/appalling road incidents in Singapore. Typically, it'll either be a road rage confrontation or some sort of chain collision - which isn’t too surprising since Singaporeans are just really 'kiasu' creatures to begin with. One 'chiong', all follow suit.
But this accident is quite a rare occurrenc
TL;DR - Lorry collided into an oncoming car who was making a discretionary right turn at the junction of Yio Chu Kang and Buangkok Green.
Every road user should know that discretionary right turns are the cause of many road accidents in Singapore. Hence, why they are being slowly phased out.
But, back to discretionary right turns. Just watch this 69-second shocker to see what I mean.
So, what happened?
The car was making a discretionary right turn and failed to notice
TL;DR - SG-registered BMW got called out for pumping cheap RON95 petrol in JB reserved for MY-registered vehicles only.
We all love a good cheap thrill.
But not as much as this BMW driver.
Watch this 75-second video of him not giving a hoot even after being called out by the cam-car.
A SG-registered BMW driver was seen pumping RON95 petrol in Malaysia, when it is strictly only meant for MY-registered vehicles.
The way he strategically used hi
TL:DR – A Singaporean-registered Altis and a Trans cab travel on the fast lane of the causeway, but only the Altis gets apprehended by the Malaysian police.
There are no shortcuts in life.
Likewise, in recent times, there have been no shortcuts on the causeway.
If you’re sick and tired of waiting in the queue, you can always try your luck on the fast lane. You might get away with it, and you might not.
Just like these two vehicles in the 43-second video below.
Switching to an electric car gives you a smoother, emission-free drive.
Much has changed since electric cars entered the scene about a decade ago. Back then, the thought of owning - or even driving - an electric car was a remote one, with few electric vehicles (EVs) and charging points available. Spotting one in public was like sighting a unicorn.
Today, the EV landscape has totally transformed, with practically every brand producing EVs. They even come in a range of models - from seda
TL;DR - A Malaysian-registered Toyota Alphard jumped in line and forced its way into a jam-packed lane at JB Checkpoint, causing his car to get scratched. The driver then demanded the cam car for compensation sparking an argument between both drivers.
The New Year long weekend means more cars stuck at the causeway for a long time. But, that also means tempers will rise and the chances of a mishap occurring increases. To be honest, I would be surprised if the weekend went by without incident
TL;DR - A speeding Audi A4 driver knocks down a motorcyclist and pillion before driving away. The driver eventually gets arrested for suspected drink driving.
Drink-driving cases in Singapore are on the rise after our nations battle with Covid-19.
Source: Singapore Police Force PDF report
While people are getting more brazen post-covid, it takes a very special kind of human to speed, hit another vehicle and run away... WHILE DRUNK (at friggin 8am in the morning)
TL;DR - A horrifying accident involving 14 cars occurred along Bartley Viaduct just two days after Christmas.
If you happened to drive along the Bartley Viaduct on 27th Dec, you would have witnessed a rare (not to mention expensive for those involved) occurrence.
It's not every day you get to see 14 cars collided into one another in a straight line.
There's even a bird's eye view of the incident!
Watch this 56-second video to see how it looks.
TL;DR - A lorry was seen going against traffic to overtake slower vehicles on a single lane. The driver then squeezes his way back onto its lane when the driver realises that there's oncoming traffic.
Patience is a virtue.
As responsible road users, we should always keep safety at the top of our minds.
This lorry driver definitely did not.
Watch this 44-second video to see why.
A speeding lorry veered onto the path of oncoming traffic in an at
TL;DR - Two cars were seen beating the red light at Jurong Gateway, clearly intentional from the way they slowly inched out bit by bit over the stop line.
GOAT stands for Greatest of All Time.
As the name suggests, GOAT is an internet slang initialism used to compliment an honorable mention. But not in this case.
Watch this 63-second shocker to know what I mean.
These two drivers were seen not conforming to the traffic light as they budged out of the
TL;DR - As if driving with one hand on the wheel and the other on your phone, this Gojek driver decided to answer a call whilst driving on a wet and rainy day. To put the cherry on top of the cake, he was riding a paying passenger. Not quite smart of a move, mister.
To answer the hypothetical question in the title: You should call the driver a biological mistake.
Drivers like this do not deserve to be born.
The lives of your passengers are literally in your hands! That's a
TL;DR - A Mitsubishi Outlander driver turned right on a left-only lane and got honked at by a cam car. The driver then decided to get out of his car and let his middle fingers loose.
Is being or at least acting fierce, the way out of any argument?
Seems like this Mitsubishi Outlander driver is a firm believer of such a mindset.
Watch this 99-second video and we’ll see if you share the same sentiments as most people after.
In the video, we see a ver