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    What's Your Utility Bill Like and how to reduce it

    And nobody is talking about the water conservation tax which is another 50% of what you use. That makes up a significant cost of my utilities bill every month. And no matter how much water you save or reduce, you still get slapped with the 50% tax. So is it really to encourage conservation, or just another lame excuse to tax more? A proper and fair conservation tax should only apply to those who use more than the national average of their respective levels. And those who use below the national average should not be made to pay this tax at all.
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    My date with Traffic Court, Court 21

    The two overhead bridges in Jurong/Joo Koon/Ahmad Ibrahim industrial areas are notorious for speed cams. Quite surprised you don't know, if you are not new driver.
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    My date with Traffic Court, Court 21

    NUS stretch is 90 all the way till after Taman Jurong/Yuan Ching.
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    YOLO - SG to Europe in a $11K van

    Well this shows no problem to enter LHD countries as you worried about. Don't forget the SG reg GTR that drove to Mt Everest.
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    YOLO - SG to Europe in a $11K van

    Sorry I wasn't clear enough. There's another Malaysian chap who is driving up to Germany to meet his girlfriend and propose to her. You can read more here https://www.ae86tour.my/ https://mothership.sg/2019/08/malaysia-drive-to-germany/
  6. Increment? What's that? Can eat or not?
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    YOLO - SG to Europe in a $11K van

    The Malaysian Trueno already entered China territory. The fella is driving to Germany.
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    Share Your Car Fuel Consumption

    No need la what is there to share? Every single person's car, load and travelling route is different. It will never be a fruitful comparison.
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    Budget direct insurance

    Why need lawyer? My own conclusion is that the words "flood" and "act of god" are not in the policy wording. BTW, I did get a quote from Moneysmart also. The fella was very pushy about getting me to sign with FWD through them. Few days later, FWD called me directly and said the Capitaland vouchers are not applicable to those who use ms20 code (Moneysmart) when purchasing. So if you purchased through Moneysmart, better make sure you get the Capitaland vouchers. I have not decided yet since my renewal notice has not reached me yet.
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    Budget direct insurance

    I have the policy wording from FWD's website. I don't see any specific line mentioning that they cover claims for damage due to flood or acts of god. Without specifically stating it in the policy wording, they can always find ways to shirk responsibility if it happens.
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    Budget direct insurance

    Can share which part of the policy contract states this? Thanks
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    Budget direct insurance

    I believe FWD does not cover flood or any acts of god (falling trees). Trawled their website and policy wording, no mention of these at all.
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    2019 MCF Revamp!

    It's either content encoding error or 503 or 504. Dunno wanna laugh or cry
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    2019 MCF Revamp!

    Forum Quicklinks button working intermittently. Very irritating to keep clicking and there is no response whatsoever. On firefox browser, the whole page is not fitted to screen. Forum Quicklinks is covered partially by scroll bar.
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