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  1. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=301400223896068&id=126719174697508 Interesting encounter between a aunty and a cool young man....
  2. Witnessed & recorded a traffic accident on my dashcam along Balestier Rd (after Whampoa Dr) towards CTE on Christmas Day, 25 Dec 2018 (Tue), at around 11:30am between a yellow cab (SHC7953T) & a white LPG-hauling Mitsubishi truck (GBC9665M): https://youtu.be/FlUPgf1_fJk Start from 15s onwards. If you know any of the above drivers, do forward them this link for their respective insurance claims.
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    Think the offending driver parked at the CTE road divider ahead & switched on the hazard lights. See 50-51s mark. Whether he stayed there, however, to exchange particulars with the Merc driver or not not sure because footage ended shortly after that.
  4. Well done TS If only your kind are many. Suggestion to Admin/Mod: Maybe it will be a good idea for a thread to be created solely for such "confessions" don't you think so? I want to believe the bro (or sis) who scraped my right front bumper did it unintentionally and was in a hurry to leave the scene or like in TS's case I drove off before you have got the chance to let me know
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    SG change name to Jingapore?

    Jing chu bi :)
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    Terror... From Straits Times online: Man gets 21 months jail and 20-year driving ban for driving dangerously in 2013 Soh Seng Tze admitted to six charges, including dangerous driving and driving without the owner's consent.ST PHOTO: WONG KWAI CHOW Published Nov 6, 2017, 6:45 pm SGT Updated 9 hours ago Elena Chong Court Correspondent SINGAPORE - Three years after a court suspended his licence for 10 years for driving under disqualification, a self-employed man did it again in 2013. But it was only in April 15, 2017, that Soh Seng Tze, 35, was finally dealt with. He had absconded three years earlier. On Monday (Nov 6), a court sentenced him to 21 months' jail and banned him from driving for 20 years after he admitted to six charges, including failing to stop when ordered by a police officer, dangerous driving and driving without the owner's consent. Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Lee Zu Zhao said Soh had used his wife's car on March 25, 2013, and committed a series of traffic-related offences that day with his girlfriend as a passenger. Although he initially pleaded guilty in March 2014 to various offences, he absconded before he was sentenced. DPP Lee said Soh had gone over to his wife's flat in Jurong East on March 23, 2013 to visit his children when he took the car keys from a cabinet. The couple were separated at the material time. His wife had kept the keys away from him as she did not want him to drive. She was aware that he had been slapped with a driving ban in July 2010. But after he took the keys, he drove his wife's car along the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) towards the Tampines Expressway (TPE). He was heading to Pasir Ris where his girlfriend lived. Soh drove at 110kmh, in excess of the 80kmh speed limit. Two uniformed officers in a police car gave chase after turning on the police blinker lights. But Soh picked up speed on seeing them and exited into the TPE towards the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), speeding at 140kmh to 150kmh and cutting from the extreme left to the extreme right lane. The officers signalled and waved to him to pull over but Soh ignored them and continued to accelerate, weaving in and out of traffic at 150kmh to 160kmh. Once he entered the PIE, he swerved from the extreme left to extreme right lane, causing several vehicles to brake sharply to avoid an accident. He maintained his speed, and entered the slip road into the East Coast Parkway Expressway (ECP) towards the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), driving at 180kmh to 185kmh. He still refused to stop despite hearing the police siren and horn. Later, he jammed his brakes and swerved to the extreme left, exiting into the East Coast Parkway service road. He turned off his headlight and entered a carpark. He stopped there briefly, then immediately reversed and exited the carpark. He drove at a fast speed, causing several vehicles to slam their brakes. The court heard that two police motorcycles joined in the chase but Soh continued to accelerate, swerving abruptly and driving recklessly. While driving against the flow of traffic towards a police officer's motorcycle along Marina Boulevard, the corporal saw that a collision was inevitable and jumped off his bike before Soh crashed into it, causing $4,448 in damages. But even then he did not stop. He reversed and continued driving, and beat a red light before turning into a carpark along Prince Edward Road where he crashed into a police car which had caught up with him. The estimated cost of repairs to the police car was about $9,030. Soh, who had two other charges taken into consideration, had also deserted from his national service duty at the Singapore Civil Defence Force for one year, four months and a day between November 2011 and March 2013. (Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/man-gets-21-months-jail-and-20-year-driving-ban-for-driving-dangerously-in )
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    And FedEx really delivers... https://www.facebook.com/BehChiaLor/videos/1966815343574550/
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    3 men who rode e-scooters at speeds over 100kmh arrested for dangerous driving Three men, aged between 32 and 37, had travelled at speeds of up to 130kmh on their electric scooters.PHOTO: FACEBOOK/USE YOUR ROADSENSE Published Oct 26, 2017, 8:37 pm SGT Lydia Lam SINGAPORE - Three men who zipped along a road in Changi on their electric scooters at speeds of more than 100kmh have been arrested for dangerous driving. The men, aged between 32 and 37, were on their e-scooters along Nicoll Drive on Oct 14 at about 2.05am, the police told The Straits Times on Thursday (Oct 26). They had travelled at speeds of up to 130kmh, Shin Min Daily News said in a report on Thursday. ST understands that they had clocked speeds of more than 100kmh. Shin Min reported that the trio were friends and were chasing each other when caught by traffic police. Members of the public had made complaints to the traffic police about racing along that stretch of road, and the police had stepped up their surveillance before catching the three men, Shin Min said. Investigations against the men are ongoing. In their response to ST, the police urged all road users "to drive and ride safely and to abide strictly to traffic rules and regulations". "Such dangerous and inconsiderate riding behaviour has to be taken seriously as it endangers the rider and other road users," said the police spokesman. "The police will not hesitate to take firm action against such offenders." Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said in Parliament on Oct 2 that there were about 90 accidents in the first half of this year that involved e-bikes and personal mobility devices such as e-scooters. The accidents, which took place mostly on the roads, resulted in four deaths and about 90 injuries. (Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/3-men-who-rode-e-scooters-at-speeds-over-100kmh-arrested-for-dangerous )
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    Kudos to the civic-minded driver for clearing the "road block" time and again. And to the clown or clowns who have been placing the bikes there tirelessly, sincerely hope the law will catch up with you some day and offer a fully-sponsored stay at our 5 * Changi Chalet for your pleasure.
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    Both drivers no angels. The char bor passenger lagi gilat, only b******d here & there after cabby left.
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    Can URA Towed Clamped Vehicle?

    Machiam the US reality series Parking Wars like that... Over there their city council officers drive around the neighbourhood to use onboard scanning device to check on the VRNs of offending vehicles which have outstanding parking summons. And once spotted they will proceed to clamp the wheels & even when irate drivers threatened/screamed at them (in one episode a handgun was pulled) they will not bulge. The drivers have to kuay kuay head to the council office to pay the fines (can be in hundreds or even thousands!!!!) in order to get their vehicles unclamped. Maybe URA is trying out this?
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    Bro, if you are referring to the latest video then get ready to feel nauseated.....
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    This clown truck driver driver must no doubt face the full brunt of the law but my beef is with the cam vehicle driver. Did he drive over "something" AFTER the accident?
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    Singapore Reckless Driver Part V

    Seemed like the truck driver drifted his or her vehicle to lane 1 without signalling then banged against the guardrail or central divider causing it to bounced leftwards which created the accident. Driver zzzz?