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  1. Can the bros with experience tell me the difference between buying a car from an authorised dealer versus parallel importer? Aside from the price difference is there anything to be aware of? Thanks.
  2. Any tips on where to exit from NSH to Boulevard Hotel / Mid Valley Megamall? Thanks.
  3. What happens? Any way to negotiate to get back deposit???
  4. Cars08

    Scam calls from Chinese man..

    Just received a call from a chinese man claiming that he is my son n needed help...was crying so loudly.... After he finished his sentence, I told him I dun hv such a good life to have a son like him.... I have to let him go..... Any bro out there received such calls? Wanna share your experience?
  5. I heard from the news that the Malaysia Government increased the petrol price of RON97 to RM2.40, up by RM0.10 from this morning. Anyone went to pump petrol today?
  6. Dedicated to all Singaporeans!
  7. A new Carbon Emissions-Based Vehicle Scheme (CEVS) will apply to all new cars, taxis and newly imported used cars with effect from Jan 1, 2013, the Land Transport Authority said on Wednesday. This followed announcements made by Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew in Parliament. Under CEVS, all new cars and imported used cars with low carbon emissions of less than or equal to 160g carbon emissions per kilometre (CO2/km) will qualify for significant rebates of between $5,000 and $20,000, which will be given as an offset against the vehicle's Additional Registration Fee (ARF) payable. Cars with high carbon emissions equal to or more than 211g CO2/km will incur a corresponding registration surcharge between $5,000 and $20,000. The CO2/km performance data for each car model will be provided on mandatory information labels at car showrooms. To encourage taxi companies to adopt lower emission models for their fleet, the CEVS rebate and registration surcharge for taxis is set at 50 per cent higher compared to cars, between $7,500 and $30,000. source: http://www.straitstimes.com/Parliament/Sto...ory_774890.html source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1187568/1/.html
  8. Just wanna check if any brothers here took up the extended warranty offered by Mazda Motors? 5yrs/140,000km When do we need to sign up and what does it cover?
  9. Cirruslogic

    Leaking water from toilet ceiling

    I live in an old 1960s apartment and I noticed in late December that water was leaking from the false ceiling in my toilet, right above the toilet bowl. Became worse 2 days later. Called NTUC Home Income services. The contractor came 5 hours later and sliced the false ceiling. He said it was bad. He found the concrete dislodged. The steel bars are exposed. Water is dripipping from the steel bar area. The owner above told me a tenant is living above and he is overseas. Anyone knows what are the next series of events I should expect? I am thinking that their toilet floor and bottom wall tiles (20 cm) have to be hacked off. Toilet bowl, sink all have to be removed. And a contractor needs to apply the water proof membrane on the whole floor and 20 cm of the wall tiles. The whole process may take 4 days. Should I alert the owner that her tenant would need to find an alternative place to stay for 4 days otherwise he will not be able to use the toilet and bath?
  10. of late my auto transmission car is having difficulties shifting from P to D mode, I have fully depressed the brake pedal before changing the mode but still the shifting is hard. it couldn't be caused by the ATF as it was changed on Sept this year. (or is it the car is not fully warmed up? I usually drive off after 2-3 mins of starting up) While on the road, the changing of gear is not a problem as it does have unusual symptoms I know i should bring to a ws for advice.. but still I would like to seek views from some gurus here. thnks in advance..
  11. Can any one recommend a free software to recover erased files for a USB thumbdrive? Can PM me too. thanks in advance!
  12. just being quoted a price from A-Assurance which is by AXA insurance. anyone brought from A-assurance before? so far ok? and can pay by credit card installment. isn`t safe? haha stupid question...but i still want to know... thanks alot!
  13. Wishcumstrue

    Another Sorry from a CEO

    This apology is prompt. At least he did not say "people can use another bank, it is whether they choose to..” DBS CEO Piyush Gupta says sorry for ATM fraud. Speaking at a DBS Private Banking event today, Mr Gupta added that the bank regrets the anxiety and inconvenience caused. Mr Gupta said he is happy with the bank's reaction to the crisis and that they were able to identify the affected ATMs and customers very quickly. He has pledged to "stay ahead of the hackers" and assured customers that their deposits are safe. Source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1176099/1/.html
  14. For those for did not got their COE after 6 bids. Have you got your deposit back from Cycle and Carriage yet?
  15. 4.6% REDUCTION IN BUS & TRAIN FARES FROM 1 APRIL 2009
  16. Hi all, I'm hearing a knocking sound from my gearbox/clutch, whenever i change gear or step on the clutch. I'm driving a Nissan Sunny Manual(2003). Anybody out there knows what's going on? Thanks. Regards, Andrew
  17. Picnic06-Biante15

    Is Singapore Safe From Earthquakes ?

    Most pples will say that SG is safe from earthquakes but ......... yahoo news: Earthquake: Is Singapore in danger? A second 7.4 magnitude quake hit Nepal on Tuesday, just three weeks after a deadly earthquake struck Kathmandu in Nepal and killed over 8,000 people. Early Wednesday morning, a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of northeastern Japan. The string of deadly quakes came as a surprise to many, but scientists say that the phenomenon of earthquakes was actually a result of a disaster that started about 50 million years ago. A lot of quakes are reported in the Ring of Fire, however, Singapore residents need not worry too much. According to the National Environment Agency, Singapore is in a fairly safe zone where earthquakes are concerned, as it is located about 400 km from the nearest known earthquake source. The closest experience to an earthquake in Singapore come from the weak tremors felt by some as a result of shock waves that travel from distant earthquakes, mainly those that strike Sumatra. Nevertheless, a report citing a study conducted by researchers at Nanyang Technological University in the 1990s states that there is still risk of an earthquake, albeit a small one, based on incidents of ground motions in Singapore between 1833 and 1995. To break it down, there are four types of earthquakes – tectonic, volcanic, collapse and explosion. The most common form of earthquake is the tectonic earthquake, which happens when rocks against the earth’s crust breaks due to forces created by movement of the tectonic plates. Volcanic earthquakes, as the name explains, occur in conjunction with volcanic activity. Collapse earthquakes are small quakes that happen underground, while explosion earthquakes are a result of the explosion of nuclear and chemical devices. The quake Nepal experienced was a manifestation of the ongoing convergence between the Indo-Australian and Asian tectonic plates that built the Himalayas. Earthquakes manifested by the same tectonic plates in the past include the Bihar 8.2 magnitude quake in 1934 that killed 10,000 people and the 7.5 magnitude quake in Kashmir in 2005 that killed around 80,000 people. While seismologists have come up with many ways of predicting earthquakes, none have been accurate. The probability and rough estimate of the location of an earthquake can be calculated but only mother nature can be sure of the exact time and location. link: https://sg.news.yahoo.com/earthquake--is-singapore-in-danger-----065221150.html
  18. Any brudders here can advice me how to get rid of bad odour from the car? 1. Aircon Treatment by CAS?? 2. GoodAire Deodoriser?? 3. Maier Sport Autonizer Any recommendations???
  19. Mockngbrd

    Japan quake as seen from twitter

    Doubt this will ever happen in any other country. Such great spirit in the face of adversity. http://www.facebook.com/notes/jun-shiomits...150121176733830
  20. Hishercar

    Famous Quotes From Our Politicians!

    "In 2007, Raymond Lim said public transport fares have to go up because of the rising oil prices. In 2008, the same Raymond Lim said public transport fares would not go down despite the falling prices of oil because there is no correlation between the two". "Based on figures provided by ComfortDelGro , Singapore 's biggest taxi operator, cabbies are pocketing about $11 more a day, earning about $318." - Mr. Raymond Lim "Only 5% are unemployed. We still have 95% who are employed." - Yeo Cheow Tong "People support CPF cuts because there are no protest outside parliament." - PM Lee "GST hike is to help the poor." - PM Lee AND last but not least, here's what MM Lee said in April 2007:- ........you have to pay the market rate or the man will up stakes and join Morgan Stanley, Lehman Brothers or Goldman Sachs and you would have an incompetent man and you would lost money by the BILLIONS.....!!!!!! WHAT do you guys think? ANything to add?
  21. anyone know how much it cost ??? Tow back from JB to singapore
  22. I thought of buying tyres from them. The prices seem cheap. What do you guys think? Is it worth it or not... if not where to go? Tyrepac website Thanks!
  23. Dear friends, been reading quite a lot of not-so-pleasant experiances with the service/expertise about some car agents. From salesman to technician, from new car that doesn't work to un-ability to fix something that have gone wrong. I can go on... seems like life's been good for them, particularly so as Singaporean loves their rides... we pay such "premium" for certain make of cars and are tied-down on the warranty to pay even more for some ridiculous labour charges etc, only to be told " why don't you come back if the problem comes back again" like as if we have all the time in the world to go back to them as and when we feel like it. Or " we can't find thing wrong with ... " . Again I can go on... I've had some sub-standard service before from KM, nothing too big to kick up a storm. But it seemed to me that the whole transaction is kind of one-sided the moment you sign on the paper. Do you guys..., and girls think it will work, if we as end-consumers write to the manufacturer to feedback on the service ( or the +#%%$$*% lack of it !!! )we are getting from their so-called agent. Do you think it will work ? Would you take the time and effort to write ? What do you guys think ? Thanks
  24. 1. You grew up watching He-man, Transformers, Silverhawk, Ultraman, Super Friends, Woody WoodPecker, Tom & Jerry, Care Bears, My Little Pony, Smurfs and Mickey Mouse. Not to forget, maybe Ninja turtles too. 2. You grew up brushing your teeth with a mug in primary school during recess time. You would squat by a drain with all your classmates beside you, and brush your teeth with a colored mug. The teachers said you must brush each side ten times. Not forgetting the silly red tablet which you know not the purpose for. 3. You know what SBC stands for. 4. You know in school, you could subscribe to get the milk which would come before you go back home. Some days you would get chocolate milk, other days strawberry. The old Magnolia fresh milk came in a triangular packet. 5. You were there when the first Chinese serial, The Awakening was shown on TV. 6. Everyone in class would tremble in fear when someone with a gauze stuck in the mouth came to your class and called out a name to go visit the school dentist. 7. You find your friends with pagers and handphone cool in secondary school. 8. SBS buses used to be non-airconditioned. The bus seats were made of wood and the cushion was red. The big red bell gave a loud BEEEP when pressed. There were colorful tickets for CSS buses. The conductor would check tickets using a machine that punched a hole in each ticket. All SBS buses used to be manually operated, with a gigantic gearstick to the left of the driver. 9. Your favorite actor and actress were Huang Wenyong and Xiang Yun. Next were Li Nanxing and Zoe Tay and the Aiyoyo woman (Chen Liping). 10. You
  25. Obscurest

    How to ship from UK to spore

    Folks, I wana buy a crumpler bag frm UK. Unforunately they dun ship to asia. Wondering does anyone know anyway to order if they dun ship to Asia or anyone going UK soon? Thks
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