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  1. Not stopping at a red light, which is an offence with 12 demerit points, carries increased fines of S$400 for drivers of light vehicles, up from S$200, and S$500 for drivers of heavy vehicles, up from S$230. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/higher-fines-traffic-offences-motorists-pedestrians-cyclists-apr-11275482
  2. As per subject title, free use of Revised OPC scheme for whole day on TUE, 21 Oct. Eve of Deepavali. Don't blur blur buy $20 OPC license. *OPC = Off Peak Car
  3. I am thinking to buy a car, but hesitate due the news. Really need one for my family.
  4. Had to happen sooner or later http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singap...2.html?cid=FBSG
  5. Motorists living in estates such as Sengkang, Punggol and Yishun using the Central Expressway in the morning peaks will have a mix of good news and bad news. From May 7, those who choose to exit at Braddell will not pay a cent in electronic road-pricing (ERP) charges (down from 50 cents today). But those who continue towards the city will have to pay $2 between 7.30am and 8am, and $3 between 8am and 8.30am. The new rates are 50 cents and $1 respectively more than today's rates. The $2 and $3 charges apply to motorists entering the CTE south of Braddell too. But those using the Pan-Island Expressway slip road into the CTE will pay $3 instead of $3.50 today. The latest changes were made at the quarterly review of ERP charges. All other ERP rates remain unchanged. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/The-Big-Story/...ory_794042.html
  6. http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/article.php?AID=4629 The two gantries that will see an increase in ERP rates with effect from 1 August 2011 are located along the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), with the Adam and Mount Pleasant Road gantries seeing rates go up by $0.50 from $0.50 currently to $1.00 between 7.30am to 8.00am. The gantry that will see a decrease in ERP rates is the one along the Central Expresseay (CTE), before Braddell Road, towards the City. Charges at that gantry will go down by $1.00 between 7.30am to 8.00am from $2.00 to $1.00, and by $0.50 from $2.50 currently to $2.00 between 8.00am to 8.30am. The revised ERP rates will come into effect starting from 1 August 2011, and prices at other ERP gantries will remain unchanged. The next ERP review will take place in November, for the fourth quarter of the year.
  7. SINGAPORE: From July, the prevailing CPF minimum sum (MS) will be revised upwards to S$131,000, up from S$123,000. The CPF Board said the new MS will apply to members who turn 55 from July 1 2011 to June 30 2012. It was announced in August 2003, that the minimum sum would be raised gradually to reach S$120,000 (in 2003 dollars) in 2013. CPF Board said the increase in minimum sum, which includes an adjustment for inflation, is to ensure that Singaporeans set aside sufficient savings for their retirement. Members who can set aside the MS fully in cash can apply to commence their monthly payouts of S$1,170 when they reach their draw down age. Also from July, the Medisave Minimum Sum (MMS) will be raised to S$36,000 from S$34,500. Members will be able to withdraw their Medisave savings in excess of the MMS at or after age 55. The maximum balance a member may have in his Medisave Account, known as the Medisave Contribution Ceiling (MCC), is fixed at S$5,000 above MMS and this would be increased correspondingly to S$41,000, from S$39,500. Any Medisave contribution in excess of the prevailing MCC will be transferred to the member's Special Account if he is below age 55 or to his Retirement Account if he is above age 55 and has a MS shortfall. The revisions to MMS and MCC are to ensure that Singaporeans have sufficient savings to meet their healthcare expenses, and have been adjusted for inflation. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1132239/1/.html So fast increase after election. Wonder will I ever see my money?
  8. Hi guys, As I am going to renew my road tax soon, I'm also planning to change of OPC to the revised scheme. If I were to do it at tha AXS machine, which should I do first? Revice the OPC first or renew road tax? Thanks
  9. Just want to ask this question. If I convert OPC to revised OPC, can i drive the car immediately during the revised OPC hours? For example, can I pay on Friday and drive on Sat? Or pay on Sat and drive immediately after that? Thanks
  10. Eve of Hari Raya, "Revised" OPC no restrictions, so dont forget to bring it out for a spin!
  11. Revised Registers of Electors open to public for inspection from Feb 23
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZMkIGr9zUI
  13. We all affected in a way this year 2009 many got salary cut BUT FEW got salary increased let poll to get a gauze of forumers thanks have fun with the results
  14. Under New Management says the advertisement with new pricing for the Skoda range, the Superb is going for 82K++ and Octavia 2 going for 56k. Finally some competitive pricing that should kick start the market, the Octavia at that price is a steal? Kudos to the new management.
  15. Revised ERP Rates On Erp-Priced Roads And Expressways From 4 February 2008 The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has completed its quarterly review of traffic conditions on Electronic Road Pricing (ERP)-priced roads and expressways, and will be revising the ERP rates at http://app.lta.gov.sg/corp_press_content.asp?start=1879
  16. 14 November 2007 In line with the revision of Annual Values (AV) of properties from 1 Jan 2008, the AV criterion for older low wage workers to qualify for the Workfare Income Supplement Scheme (WIS) will also be adjusted. 2. To qualify for WIS for work done in 2007 and 2008, the recipient must live in a property with AV at the end of 2006 and 2007 respectively of not more than $10,000. There is no change to the AV criterion. 3. For work done in 2009, the AV of the recipient
  17. When is this effective? Also what is the road tax after that for 2L, 2.5L, 3.0L and 4.0L ???
  18. I notice quite a few of Edix fans here so i post this. I also one of them. http://www.worldcarfans.com/news.cfm/count...evised-for-2007 Notice the handbrake just below the gear shift. New approach. Engine also upgraded to a 1.8L one.
  19. As discussed at the meetup last nite, I've merged the 2 designs without the personal numbering This is the result [inline ssog_wrc_fabia2.jpg] [inline ssog_wrc_fabia3.jpg]
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