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BlueSG's youngest driver or new human airbag?

BlueSG's youngest driver or new human airbag?

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Alrighty readers, let's waste no time to discuss today's hot topic - A BlueSG driver who allowed his son to get behind the wheels of the car! No video though, so here are the images.

163582419_202381481659657_4740843668080765494_n.thumb.jpg.d94a81f745f6bb46292549ab9b0a183f.jpgI am not an expert in parenting, but I am quite sure this boy is definitely not 18-years old and not of legal age to drive. He even has the same bowl cut hairstyle I had when I was a kid (not like anyone's asking).

What is the legal age for driving?

The minimum age to drive a motor vehicle with a Qualified Driving Licence (QDL) in Singapore is 18 years old.

How many people can sit on the driver seat?

Pretty sure it's ONE even though there's no answer for this question on Quora. Some of the other questions people ask are bloody amusing.

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Parents take note

Always put your kids at the passenger seat and fasten their seatbelts before you start driving. If you can do this when you are taking a plane, I am sure you can do this when you are driving.

Passengers who are not will be fined S$120 per passenger.

The Bolloré Bluecar (the BlueSG car) does not come with cruise control. If you are lazy to drive, then take a Grab with your kids, let someone (who's not a 12-year-old kid) drive for you.

I think if his wife sees this, someone's sleeping on the couch tonight.

Uncle Koba out!

 



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Is all this people make the road unsafe.

is not a toy for the kid to play.

heavier fine and remove their license

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Someone pls give the man a condom and tell him not to reproduce anymore.

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a good father who personally teaches his son how to drive, sg version Lewis Hamilton is in the making ....All thanks to Blue sg! more to come...

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This needs to be submitted to TP.

 

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On 03/04/2021 at 06:21, Sdf4786k said:

Wait ... is the car stationary? 

seem to be!!! FAKE NEWS!!!!! REPORT TS to authorities  LOL!!!

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