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  1. I'm looking to change my bank home loan. (private housing) based on today's interests rate, anyone can recommend a bank who can offer a better deal? Income level and other criteria, sure meet the requirements. Loan amt, only $930k Current bank is UOB on FD rate package.
  2. As mentioned in the title, which bank is better for property loan? A little new to buying new property, please share your views. Thanks
  3. Hello all, Just to seek some opinions and advise from MCF members and experience professional. I've just committed to an AD for a new car, and here comes my dilemma... The car comes with a 18' matte/silver colored rims and I do not like the color. I've always been fan of shinny chrome rims as it is easy to clean and wash daily. Is it advisable to purchase a new set of chrome rims (same size 18') and use back the tyres, or it is better to keep the OEM rims and have them chromed so that the performance is not wrongly compromised by the newly purchased chrome rims? If the latter is true, then where in SG can get this service for chroming the rims? TIA
  4. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/dog-owner-fined-for-causing-pet-unnecessary-pain-throws-11143444 If I no money to see doctor, who can I charge?
  5. boonhat_91

    Proton vs. Perodua

    For a budget daily driver, is Proton or Perodua better? Interested criteria would be running costs, maintenance and overall reliability. Is there any unspoken consensus here or across the causeway which brand is preferred? Also, Proton is no longer selling in Singapore?
  6. Nowadays, more and more new car model have replaced the hand brake with the foot pedal brake. Any one knows what is the main reason for the change? Maybe cost savings perhaps as I don't see this as an improvement. With the hand brake visible next to us, we sometimes still forget to release it before moving off. Wonder if the hand brake now changed to foot pedal brake, will this kind of mistake be more frequent? Any bro or sis using foot padel brake can share their experience?
  7. Trusty

    Which fridge brand is better?

    currently looking to replace my old 1.. shortlisted the above 3. no idea about fridges... but somehow im leaning towards lg. yup.. in terms of reliability and functions... which is better?
  8. Stratovarius

    Better router or wifi extender

    Currently using the router provided by SH. Coverage is not very good and unable to receive any signal in MBR. Planning to get an android TV in MBR so gonna do something about the router. Router is in the living rm so any recommendation for router that is able to cover MBR? Saw quite a few Asus in Challenger. I'm not really keen on wifi extender though.
  9. Hi all, I've not been to these 2 places. Just wondering which is a better choice for an island getaway for family with young children. Likely to stopover at Putrajaya prior going towards either one of them. Want to catch the smelly tofu at Cheras . In term of parking, which is more convenient at the jetty? since can't get the car into the island. Welcome feedback and suggestions. Thank you very much. Regards,
  10. https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/reduce-speed-limits-for-healthier-streets-motor-vehicles-travel-too-fast-on-the-streets-of?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=STFB&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR1BYhn3aDSrGRtyJfQbNmneCvSWplc-3T8kn_0kk7-0UsHjK_hg-3OLXp0#Echobox=1555284502&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social-media&utm_campaign=addtoany i can hear @turboflat4 fuming aldy...hahahaha kong jiao wei
  11. Thinking to change my tyre to Primacy4 but only 195/65R15 or 195/60R15 available. So I am asking if 185/65R15 to 195/65R15 or 195/60R15? Which one is better? The 195/65 has higher Load Index as well. I am currently driving an Honda Freed Hybrid MPV. Sometimes fully loaded with 7 people. Thanks.
  12. Variety: Ranging from Matte , Satin, Glossed, Color Shifting and even 3D Textured Vinyl Wraps ! ⭐ Wrapping your vehicle allow to achieved a unique look . Customed design works are also available to suit your very own design. Cost: It is cheaper when you choose to wrap instead of quality spray painting that last . Many faced the problem of paint chips, over spray, paint drips or even improper preparation works before spray. One can choose to wrap their vehicle for as long or little as one desires. Resale Value: Having the option to keep your vehicle original factory colour will allow you to keep your resale value intact. Easily Remove: Paint jobs are permanent where as a car wrap is easy to remove and you can restore the car original colour by removing the wrap. Installation Time: Less waiting time when it comes to wrapping a vehicle compared to spray painting. Protection: Vinyl protect your OEM paint from prolong sun exposures, stone chip, abrasion etc. Allowing your vehicle to have a original look since the day you installed the Vinyl Wrap. Maintenance: Eliminating the need to polish your car once in a few months , Vinyl wrap requires only to wash and clean or maybe a quick wax for enhanced look and durability . Misconceptions: Many owners out there think that vinyl wraps will harm your original paintwork and will damage them upon removal . Facts: Original Factory Paintwork will not be damaged in the process of removal. As aftermarket spray paint might not been prepared or installed well which cause the layer of paint to peel off with the vinyl wrap . [media]https://www.facebook.com/ArchPerformanceSG/videos/361111301146441/[/media] Singapore Authorise Vinyl Wrap Installer providing the most precise and detailed works to all kinds of vehicle. With only one goal in mind, giving the best to all their customers. Arch Performance, The Wrap Specialist Singapore. List of automotive services they offer: Get a Quote Fill the Form Below for any enquiries! We'll be glad to be able to assist you
  13. While the tax hike on diesel has affected businesses and cabbies, the move will help discourage usage of the fuel and create a better and healthier living environment, said Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Transport Baey Yam Keng. He noted that the land transport sector is the second-largest source of emissions in Singapore, and this has to be addressed as the land transport system expands. To do so, the Government is also promoting commuting modes such as car-sharing, trains and personal mobility devices, managing vehicle growth and usage, and encouraging the adoption of cleaner and more carbon-efficient vehicles, he said. MPs Lee Bee Wah (Nee Soon GRC) and Gan Thiam Poh (Ang Mo Kio GRC) yesterday raised concerns about the hike, as they called for more support to mitigate the impact on cabbies and businesses. Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat had announced a doubling in excise duty on diesel fuel from 10 cents a litre to 20 cents last week. This took effect from Feb 18. Yesterday, Ms Lee pointed out that no lead time or grace period was given, and many service providers which use diesel vehicles have lost money overnight. She called for ComfortDelGro, the largest taxi operator here, to at least absorb part of the diesel tax hike. Meanwhile, Mr Gan said certain heavy machinery and special purpose vehicles have no diesel alternatives in the market, and appealed for firms and operators using them to be exempted from the hike. In his speech, Mr Baey listed several ways in which the Government is helping to cushion the impact of the diesel tax increase. Related Story What's behind diesel tax increase? Related Story Singapore Budget 2019: Diesel duty at pumps doubles to 20 cents per litre Related Story Diesel duty hike will filter down to some consumers: Industry The annual special tax for taxis has been reduced by $850, and Mr Baey said he was glad that all taxi operators have pledged to pass on the entire savings to cabbies in the form of rental reductions and, for some, Medisave top-ups. ComfortDelGro cabbies driving a diesel taxi that is five years or older can get a $100 voucher if they convert to a hybrid taxi by the end of next month, he added, urging other taxi operators to offer similar incentives and more non-diesel options. On concerns from parents about school bus fares, Mr Baey said the Government is helping operators through a new road tax rebate scheme for all diesel buses, for a three-year period from August. All diesel school buses, diesel private-hire buses and excursion buses ferrying schoolchildren will also get an additional cash rebate for three years from August. Mr Ang Hin Kee (Ang Mo Kio GRC) said after the sitting that he hoped more taxi firms would take up Mr Baey's call to support cabbies. But the National Taxi Association's executive adviser added that rebates like the $100 voucher from ComfortDelGro offer only slight reprieve to taxi drivers, as the daily rental rate for a hybrid taxi is $120, compared with $100 for a diesel taxi. "Taxi firms should look into lowering the rental rates. If not, cabbies may not switch to hybrid taxis, and instead clock longer hours and distances on their diesel cabs to cover the higher diesel rates. "This runs contrary to the intention of the tax hike," Mr Ang said. https://www.straitstimes.com/politics/baey-diesel-tax-hike-for-better-living-environment
  14. I am watching the television now....Channel 8....I saw an advert for a variety show which the chef move to some ulu place for cooking...then I thought didn't I saw something similar done by the koreans recently on out free to air channel as well ???? we really having a brain drain that we almost copying all the variety show from other countries???? sad
  15. I currently own a Chery T11 for 1y3m and have a rather large looking family of four. To tell you the truth, T11 is becoming a backache for my family cause it is quite cramped in the rear. Now, we're looking for a spacious car which needs to look and feel good. So far, our family is impressed with Kia Sorento and Dodge Journey. So, anybody has an idea of what car suits our family? You can suggest new car if you think that it suits our family also...[/size][/size]
  16. Hi all, between opel zafira and citroen grand c4, which one you think give 'more' of everything? the price -+ is same. zafira and grand c4 owner, please comment about your vehicle :) thanks for any comment/ reply
  17. kobayashiGT

    Self-Policing makes the forum better!

    Hi all, I think these past few weeks there is quite a lot of spam invasion in our forum. But I think we handle it quite well, and I would like to sing praises to all of you out there who have made this forum a better place for everyone. Ever since we made a slight change to our moderation team, You guys have been practising self-policing. And this is what we want to achieve. You guys used the forum, know the rules. And if anyone who break the rules, you shout out to the Batman & Catwoman team. We are the vigilante who will clean the streets. We are very grateful for all these gestures. The Gotham Mayor thank you for your contribution. Let's make this forum great again! p.s. BTW, I am actually Robin. According to the pecking order. @pchou is Batman. haha.
  18. amidst the claim of FW that their issue can't be helped by MOM. now, ...the art of dodging bullets..
  19. Please remove if already posted. If not please help to rename the title. Looks like a brighter future for bus commuters ..... if they succeed, http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/article.php?AID=12931 The Straits Times reported that Tower Transit which had submitted the third lowest bid, will operate the new Bulim Bus Depot - off Jurong West Avenue 2 - and 26 bus services from the Jurong East, Bukit Batok and Clementi bus interchanges progressively from the second quarter of 2016. These services are currently run by SMRT and SBS Transit. The company will get an estimated total fee of $556 million over the five-year contract period to run the services. Feeder services will run at shorter intervals of six to eight minutes. The current fleet of 290 buses serving the zone will grow to about 380. The Land Transport Authority said that commuters can expect higher service levels as all bus services will have scheduled headways of no more than 15 minutes in both directions during the morning and evening peaks. "The restructuring of the public bus industry and the injection of more competition will bring about even higher bus service levels for commuters. With bus contracting, the Government will plan bus services and can thus be more responsive to changes in ridership and commuter needs," said LTA's chief executive officer Chew Men Leong. Under the new regime, the Government owns the buses and other infrastructure, collects all the revenue from fares and pays transport firms to operate the routes.
  20. those who brought either car, any feedback which is car is better in long run? AD vs PI? both are CVT engine but qq with turbo, must pump 98 for turbo? performance wise which is better? pls share. thank you.
  21. My ride is FWD with front disc and rear drum brakes. Currently have 2 tires that are newer and in better condition than the other 2, tho all 4 r same brand, model n size. So should i put the better pair in front or behind?
  22. Hello, I am a new member here. My dad is considering a cheap MPV and we have narrowed down to a Hafei Minz and a Wuling Journey. So far I have only seen Hafei reviews but I rarely see any Wuling reviews. So any bros here can give me some advice on which one to choose?
  23. Hi Bro, Any way for better use of our money in the bank that earn so little interest? Pls share your idea to increase our money!!!
  24. i intend to change my father ride from 730Li to a 7 seater SUV. x5 Q7 XC90 fortuner GL450 Land Rover Discovery btw, i am talking about the old USED cars to keep costs low. of these, which is the better one with reliability being highest priority. reason is because my father really really really hate a car to breakdown leaving him stranded. thanks for any input.
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