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  1. Hi bros, I was just curious how many times you took to pass Driving Test (TP)? Can share your experience and how many points you passed with. Also can give tips to people who are planning to or going to take it soon.
  2. mcpd001

    Testing # 1

    Hi Hello!
  3. rahkhidsg

    Checking notifications

  4. dragonballdidi


  5. EricTeh

    Crash test results

    For those who have been "looking" down on Suzuki New crash tests replicating some of the most deadly head-on collisions show less expensive midsize cars do a better job protecting the driver and front seat occupants than many luxury and near luxury midsize cars. "This is a surprise to us," says Adrian Lund, President of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. "It shows you don't have to spend a lot of money to get state of the art crash protection." The latest IIHS small overlap crash tests measure how well mid-size cars handle accidents involving their front quarter panels. Small overlap crashes are responsible for approximately one out of every four frontal crashes. The Insurance Institute says more than 10,000 people are seriously injured or killed in small overlap crashes every year. Crash test aftermath of the 2013 Toyota Camry, which has a 5-star overall rating from the NHTSA.The IIHS tested eighteen moderately priced midsize cars and rated two as "good" and eleven as "acceptable." The two cars rated as good by the IIHS are the Suzuki Kazashi and the Honda Accord. Lund credits Honda with making changes to the Accords design and structure so it can better withstand small overlap crashes. Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering, also known as ACE, is the key the Accords rating of good. "The idea is to dissipate the crash energy while reinforcing the passenger cabin so the car can better withstand the impact," says Chuck Thomas, Chief Engineer of Auto Safety Research for Honda. Here are the rankings of the midsize cars. Good Honda Accord (4 door) Suzuki Kizashi Acceptable Ford Fusion Honda Accord (2 door) Nissan Altima (4 door) Nissan Maxima Subaru Legacy Subaru Outback Dodge Avenger Chrysler 200 (4 door) Mazda6 Volkswagen Passat Marginal Hyundai Sonata Chevrolet Malibu Volkswagen Jetta Sedan Poor Toyota Camry Toyota Prius V Has Toyota Dropped the Ball? Adrian Lund was not surprised the Toyota Camry and Prius V both rated poor in the small overlap crash test. The Camry is based on the same platform as the Lexus ES, which is one of four luxury midsize sedans rated as poor during the same type of crash tests conducted this summer. "I think Toyota has dropped the ball a bit," says Lund. "Toyota has not been as aggressive as other automakers staying up to date on occupant safety." Luxury Still Struggling The first group of vehicles the IIHS put through small overlap crash tests were midsize luxury and near luxury models. During those tests, just 3 of 11 models were rated as "good" or "acceptable". The Volvo S60 and Acura tl were rated as good while the Infiniti G models were rated as acceptable. The four luxury models rated as poor in small overlap crash tests were the Mercedes C-Class, the Lexus IS, Audi A4, and Lexus ES. Why the difference between the moderately priced midsize sedans and their more expensive counterparts? Lund says automakers have had more time to incorporate design changes in midsize models than they did with luxury models tested earlier this year. .
  6. kobayashiGT


  7. viperx


  8. WoShiXiaoLe

    How to accumulate 10 postings?

    How to accumulate 10 postings?
  9. mcpd001

    testing embeds

  10. viperx


  11. Last weekend saw Singapore going into Phase 2, whereby almost every industry could become operational again. With showrooms closed for more than a month since the start of our lockdown, naturally this weekend also saw some decent traffic. Unfortunately, one test drive in particular went bad for this particular Honda shopper at Leng Kee... We don't have details on exactly what happened but it does look like this Red Honda Jazz that was probably going through a test drive, isn't going to be sold as a new car anytime soon. On the bright side, we can be sure that Honda's safety features sure work very well. P.S. We reckon with the upcoming all new Jazz's Honda Sensing safety suite, this accident could have been avoided.
  12. kobayashiGT

    16 Personalities Test About Yourself.

    This is quite zhun thou. Try taking the test! https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test I got my result as an advocate. @Weez911 @inlinesix @Tianmo Give it a try!
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  14. JeepChee

    Test 3

    hi all
  15. Not an Audi owner but received the mailer today. Audi is offering 2 days extended test drive on A6, A8 and Q8. Curious to know if anyone tried the service and what happens if suay suay kena accident haha.
  16. Guangye

    Testing for me

    testing testing 123
  17. Look like 3 series, but not sure why they're camouflaged. The new G20 has come out last year. Anybody know anything? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O62BzQtFylE
  18. Adrianli

    Drunk on durians

    https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/drunk-on-durians-chinese-man-fails-breathalyser-test-after-eating-king-of-fruits?xtor=CS3-18&utm_source=STiPhone&utm_medium=share&utm_term=2019-05-03%2013%3A05%3A36 'Drunk' on durians: Chinese man fails breathalyser test after eating king of fruits Police officers later carried out their own experiment in which an officer ate durian and underwent a breathalyser test. His blood alcohol level was found to be 36mg per 100ml, above the legal limit of about 20mg per 100ml.PHOTOS: SCREENGRAB FROM N.MIAOPAI.COM PUBLISHED 3 HOURS AGO FACEBOOKTWITTERWHATSAPPEMAIL Ng Huiwen A Chinese man who had an unlikely indulgence on a night out was captured on video desperately trying to prove he was sober, after he was pulled over by the police for suspected drink driving. The man, whose identity is not known, did not consume any alcohol but, to his surprise, failed his breathalyser test. A clip on Chinese news platform Pear Video later revealed that he had eaten too many durians. ADVERTISEMENT The man from Rudong county in the eastern province of Jiangsu was shown in the April 17 clip pleading with police officers. "I've just eaten durian!" the man said. According to Pear Video, the man went through a follow-up blood test which proved that he had no alcohol in his system. ADVERTISING Curious, the police department later carried out an experiment of their own. An officer measured his blood alcohol level after eating the fruit and found that the recording was 36mg per 100ml. The legal limit for blood alcohol concentration in China is 0.02 per cent or about 20mg per 100ml, according to the BBC. A couple of minutes later, the officer repeated the breathalyser test and a negative reading was shown. In the Pear Video clip, viewers were also warned against other kinds of products that could result in a positive breathalyser result, such as mouthwash and lychee. While some Chinese social media users were amused that durians could have such an effect, others wondered if the police had wasted their resources on such a minor incident. User LionHeartFY said: "The poor man did not do anything, but had to be injected by a needle and have a vial of his blood taken. I think they owe him a box of durians."
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  20. NightStalker_za

    Corsa OPC Road Test

    Hi there guys, So this weekend I had some time spent with an OPC Corsa and decided to do my first Performance road test for 2019. I have to say, this was not blistering fast but my word was it a fun little car with a big bark. Yes I'm a youtube creator that does car performance reviews as a hobby Please let me know what you guys think. Thanks guys.
  21. So I bought a used 10 year old car. What happens next year if I go for inspection and inspection fails ? I suspect the cat in the exhaust was modified or deleted ... Can I buy a cat to install ?
  22. Sharing nice video of safety features of Japan brands.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SIch-88wtI&index=60&t=29s&list=WL
  23. born2shoot

    Test Drive 18 yr old

    can i go and test drive any car at showrooms at 18yr old or is there minimum age?
  24. Interesting, I wonder if it will work or cause more issues https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/system-to-give-buses-priority-at-traffic-lights-on-6-month-trial Public buses are less likely to get stuck in traffic in future, with a new system that can prompt traffic lights to change in the buses' favour. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced yesterday that it is carrying out a six-month trial of the Smart Bus Priority System, starting today. During the trial, which ends next April, services 98 and 99 buses are fitted with Global Positioning System (GPS) trackers, which transmit the buses' real-time locations to a back-end assessment system. As a bus with the GPS tracker approaches a traffic junction, the system will communicate with the traffic lights and prioritise its movement, if required, by either extending the green-light duration or shortening the red-light duration. For instance, if a bus that has been delayed by a traffic jam approaches a green light that is about to turn red, the traffic light will stay green longer to allow the bus to pass. This will also benefit other vehicles travelling alongside the bus. After the bus passes the junction, the timing of the traffic light will revert to normal. The LTA said the system, which has a similar concept to one already in place in Australia, is aimed at providing faster and more reliable bus journeys for commuters. It added that a total of 56 buses which currently ply the routes of services 98 and 99 will have GPS trackers. Services 98 and 99 ply Jurong East Avenue 1 and Jurong West Avenue 1 between Jurong Town Hall Road and Jurong West Street 42/52. They were chosen for the trial because both routes have multiple traffic-light junctions, which will enable the LTA to better evaluate the effectiveness of the system. At the end of the trial period, data collected will be analysed to determine whether the system can effectively complement existing bus priority measures - such as bus lanes, B-signals for buses at junctions and bus priority boxes - to improve bus journey times and reliability.