With the end of the Circuit Breaker measures, more people have resumed working, creating more traffic on our roads.
But that has not stop this rider from riding recklessly on his Personal Mobility Device (PMD) in Sembawang.
As reported by SG Road Vigilante, the rider can be seen overtaking a car that is moving away from the traffic lights before keeping up to speed with it.
In fact, the video which was shot on the 4th of June, showed the rider overtaking a motorcycle in the next lane.
Judging from the 20 seconds plus clip, we reckon he could have been doing twice the legal speed limit of PMDs (25km/h).
Naturally, netizens were quick to slam him...
Should we be tolerating this? Watch the video of the PMD rider here!
This video has gone viral among the car enthusiasts community in Singapore.
A white Hyundai i30 has been filmed by the camera car's passenger showing the Korean car cutting across lanes recklessly with signaling along the SLE.
Obviously trying to taunt or block the camera car (an Audi), we have no idea what is the story behind this incident as the video does not come with any audio.
The video lasts for 30 seconds and could well have been going on for sometime. We hope nothing bad comes out of this road rage incident.
P.S. Dear Hyundai driver, maybe you should watch less video clips on Youtube about Osaka's infamous street racers...
Yes, we know SUVs are all what consumers today want. But as car enthusiasts, they are a no-no in terms of driving fun. Now, here's another example of why SUVs aren't as cool or tough as they look.
As seen on SG Road Vigilante's page on 30th April, a Mazda CX-5 was spotted at Lorong Gambir going through a pool of standing water after the day's torrential rain.
It all seemed fine and dandy until a photo of the car being towed away was featured.
We have no idea how bad the car was damaged by the flood but judging from the photo, the bow wave created by the Mazda was pretty high and water could have gone into its intake system, causing some internal damage. We hope that is not the case and that it is just some electrical issues that caused the car to be immobilised.
We also hope the older generation Silver CX-5 that was in one of the photos survived the flood too!
If there's something strange in the neighbourhood, who you gonna call?
If there's something unbearable like the loud exhaust from an RX-8 (I think it’s an RX-8), who you gonna call?
LTA takes your complaints seriously
In a post uploaded on SG Road Vigilante, a video and various images of 2 LTA officers checking out the undercarriage of an RX-8 has gone viral.
Here's the link to the long video (might take awhile to load because it’s 4mins+ long, I suggest skimming through the video).
The story behind this
Apparently, a "pek cek" (exasperated) neighbour could not take the sound of the car’s exhaust and made a complaint to LTA.
The neighbour even left a note for the owner of the car.
I can feel the passion from this comment.
Very interesting plot twist. I think the neighbour will have to lan lan suck thumb, wear earplugs.
Err. LTA stands for Land Transport Authority.
If you want to complain
Have a neighbour with too much money and owns a car that disrupts the peace of the neighbourhood?
Call LTA @ 1800 2255 582
The officers will come down to investigate in no time.