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  1. From the prev thread. time to mov on to this one...hahah.. The continuing GLOBAL stressful thread! Part II - Page 442 - Lite & EZ - Mycarforum That Part II thread lasted the pandemic!
  2. Hi Guys Just want to share with you my recent experience. Was driving a friend's car last nite (alone) and it stalled in the middle of a road at Yio Chu Kang and Serangoon Gd Way junction . Tried to restart but no luck. Heart started to pump very fast, kan chiong already , as the light was turning amber. Cars were trying to squeeze pass me. It was panic button . My left hand fumbled for the hazard light button and at the same time trying to restart the car (key hole also on the left). Suddenly in the midst of my misery, came a TP knocking on my window(didn't even notice his presen
  3. Singaporeans are whizzing past things and people faster than they should. And I think they could be missing out on the finer things in life. Speed. Power figures. Time. These are numbers which are of second nature in the automotive world. We are deeply engrossed in how much (or how fast) a car can do. Of course, I'm speaking on behalf of the general crowd who are just as passionate about cars or things on wheels as we do. And I realise that it can do more bad than good. I am one of the lucky few to have tasted the sheer excitement of a sub three-second supercar. Many have tasted m
  4. Read this in today's paper. Hope this has not been posted yet. Did some search did not find (insurance, haha). http://sg.finance.yahoo.com/news/singapore...-051515766.html
  5. Well, surely there are plenty of amazing things you can do in life. However, the kind of stunts you are about to watch in the video below is likely not included as one of those amazing things. While there are some pretty mind-boggling stunts you can do with a motorcycle, this guy is really pushing the limit, yet in a bad way. Every single motorcyclist is supposed to know that putting on a helmet is one really basic rule to obey when it comes to riding a motorcycle. However, I think some people are just ignorant, if not stupid enough, to take this rule for granted. Then, when things happen
  6. Careless mother reveals black g-string on busy street
  7. Seng li hoh Boh?
  8. Was speed camera at Serangoon a dummy? The casing enclosing the speed camera was exposed, but no camera was in sight. Thu, Jun 02, 2011 The New Paper By Koh Hui Theng NO ONE was hurt in an accident at the junction of Lorong Chuan and Serangoon Avenue 2 on Monday evening (May 30). The only "casualty": The metal post carrying a speed camera at the traffic junction. When The New Paper photographer passed the area near Blk 309 Serangoon Avenue 2 around 6pm on Monday, the grass patch was littered with metal debris and glass fragments. The traffic lights were
  9. Just in case your peers or your boss feel that u are too free, nothing to do, please share tips how to make yourself look busy. 1. Always put on a stressful face in office. 2. Run or walk very fast from around your workstation trying to show you are rushing for time. 3. please add accordingly.
  10. F1 Stars Keep Themselves Busy Its the end of the Formula One season but the drivers have been keeping busy. Michael Schumacher, Nelson Piquet Jr, Sebastian Buemi took part in the Supernational
  11. Was driving this morning along Dunearn Road (after Eng Neo) around 730am. Those who use this road will know that it is a busy stretch especially nearer to NJC and Hwa Chong. So I was on the extreme right lane, when all of sudden, found myself driving behind a cyclist straddling between lanes 2 & 3! And the cyclist just rode on nonchalantly, with no intention of switching back to leftmost lane. I think this is pretty inconsiderate because you could see the traffic being hindered by the cyclist's actions. Not sure if this chap is doing this everyday ... this is my first time encountering thi
  12. Longer you stay on busy roads, the more you pay A SATELLITE-TRACKED electronic road-pricing system that could charge drivers for using congested roads anywhere in Singapore may be ready as early as 2010. Christopher Tan Thu, Feb 07, 2008 The Straits Times A SATELLITE-TRACKED electronic road-pricing system that could charge drivers for using congested roads anywhere in Singapore may be ready as early as 2010. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has just completed a series of field tests spanning over a year to determine the reliability of such infrastructure, which operate
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