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  1. TL;DR- Police car made illegal U-turn, facebook comments are wrong The comments section are once again alight with intelligent debate (swearing and accusations) and civilised discourse (putting down others and placing yourself as the superior person). Just another day on Facebook. What happened? On 23 March, 9,36p.m, a cam car caught a police car making an illegal U-turn at Braddell Flyover. Cue shocked gasps. You can even hear the cam car driver say “What the…” when the police car cut him off in the footage. However, Facebook says otherwise, with many comments defending the police car and saying it is the cam car’s fault. But are they actually right? The confusing road of Braddell Flyover This is the road that the cam car and police car was on in the video. As we can see, the road signs both have arrows indicating that drivers on this lane need to go right. However, why is this so? Seems redundant to have two lanes to go in the same direction. Besides this, the two cars in front of the cam and police car went in the same direction, and not the one indicated on the road, i.e straight. So are they wrong as well? They aren’t. The police car really is in the wrong. This is because all parties are really turning right, but to a different degree of right. Here’s a diagram from another Facebook user to explain, with arrows indicating what car was going where. The police car was actually making a U-turn, but was in the wrong lane to do so. Furthermore, there was no U-turn sign visible. The cam car was not in the wrong as they would be allowed to drive “straight”, and the police car should have been in the cam car’s lane too in order to execute that turn LEGALLY. In conclusion, police car confirm wrong. Writer's thoughts: I think this might be my longest post so far so please share. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  2. TL;DR - YP thinks he's Him, scolds driver after giving honk for dangerous riding. (To be "Him" is to be a dominant figure, a blooming flower in a garden full of weeds. It's a feeling of euphoric confidence, the type of disposition that only occurs when you leave your opposition cowering in fear.)(The Sporting News) Before this article fully begins, please picture in your head the true blue Singaporean YP. With dyed brown hair, popular sneakers, swearing in Chinese dialect, and out and about in the wee hours of the morning. You now have this story’s main character. What happened? Around 5.30 in the morning along Old Airport Road, a driver was behind an ebike driven by a young man who looks like he’ll ask you to sponsor cigarettes and promise to pay you back (he won’t). The ebike was also being driven dangerously, weaving heavily between lanes at unsafe speeds. The driver gave the e-bike rider a short honk as a warning. But when the two vehicles came to a stop at a traffic light, the rider got off and came to the car to scold the driver. I would love to give you a play by play of each word they said but 1) I don’t understand Chinese or its dialects particularly well, and 2) The audio was distorted heavily so everything sounded like radio static even though I'm wearing headphones. After about 20 seconds of distortion, both driver and rider went their separate ways. For the best really. Sigh… (looks at comments) Some people suggested ways to get back at the e-biker by filing police report or running over the bike when they got off. I quite like the idea of the second one. Others just made fun of the wannabe gangster. I mean, why wouldn’t they? ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  3. TL;DR- Cam car driver posts a video on Facebook trying to get people to side with him because a car “almost” hits him, gets called out for pettiness and trimmed video. East side best side? Sure there’s some good food there (shoutout Wild Olives and The Basil Inn) but there’s certainly a case to be made that the East is overrated. Case in point, dealing with entitled drivers like this one. What happened? A driver in Pasir Ris was exiting the driveway of Pasir Ris St 21 when a Toyota Altis tried to pass a stationary taxi in front of it, forcing the car to go against the flow of traffic and create a standoff with the cam car. After a few seconds of tense inactivity, the Altis backed away a bit and the cam car promptly moved forward as well. The video soon ends. So? The cam car posted this video on Facebook with the caption “PHV vehicle was impatient and filtered out dangerously almost hitting my vehicle. Cutting across single white line and driving against traffic. Tp report had been filed.” It’s giving “Karen” vibes but otherwise it’s a perfectly reasonable complaint. However, the beginning of the video clearly shows the cam car moving forward long after the Toyota has stopped. And that there is still an acceptable gap between the two cars. So even if the cam car was “almost hit”, it would arguably be its own fault. But let’s go deeper. As previously stated, the Toyota had only backed away a small distance before the cam car moved forward (0:16). This doesn’t help the cam car’s statement of “almost being hit” because it’s reducing distance between them and would instead turn the caption into “got hit”. Even if the Toyota was initially in the wrong, the cam car is not helping things. The Clowning Begins Facebook users were quick to ask about how the cam car filed a report for something as small as this. Others also pointed out that it's ok to overtake the taxi as it was a stationary vehicle and the video being trimmed. Suffice to say, the comments were not in the cam car’s favour. And deservedly so. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  4. TL;DR – A cam car driver took to Facebook to complain about a cement truck after trying to filter into its path and failing miserably. Netizens wasted no time in giving their thoughts about the incident. There are many types of drivers in Singapore. Most are intelligent defensive drivers who keep a cool head under stress. Then, you have drivers like this cam car driver. The following video will take 46 seconds of your time, but it’ll be worth it. What happened A cam car can be seen travelling along the left lane of an expressway. The post caption states that this incident occurred on the MCE. [Important fact alert] A cement truck on the right of the cam car has engaged its left signal indicator light and started filtering to the left. However, the cam car driver has none of it and speeds up (it’s very obvious). In a desperate attempt not to get cut, cam car even veers onto the road shoulder slightly. It even ends up on the chevron markings a couple of meters in front. Salty fella In furious indignation, the driver of the cam car took to social media to complain about the cement truck and lodge a complaint with the company. Online Chatter Netizens who watched the video gave the cam car driver ‘zero chance’. Here are some snippets for your perusal. The comments all take this general stance over this issue. Writer’s thoughts: I don’t think it’s worth it to lose your life over a few seconds lost. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  5. TL;DR – A driver of a cam car (make and model unknown) took their grievances online to shame two Honda Civic Type-R drivers for dangerous driving. Unfortunately, things did not work out as planned. Netizens ended up flaming the driver of the cam car instead. A cam car driver was overtaken by not one but TWO Honda Civic Type-Rs along the CTE and decided to call out the two Type-R drivers for reckless and dangerous driving. In an unexpected twist, netizens started flaming the cam car driver instead. I don’t know how you feel about it, but it’s a great form of amusement to wash away those Monday blues, that’s for sure. Watch the 2min+ video here: An interesting takeaway At the 0.06 mark of the video, you can see the Gold Type-R entering the frame with its right signal on, attempting to cut into the cam car’s lane. But what’s interesting is that you can see cam car speed up to block the Type-R from doing so. Yet, cam car driver calls out the Type-R driver for dangerous driving? Hmmm. The second Type-R Agreeably, the second Type-R (silver) did drive rather dangerously. It squeezed into a tight pocket of space in front of the cam car and weaved through other cars to exit the CTE. It probably deserved the high beam from the cam car in that instance. But, as always, let’s hear what other people have to say. Online Chatter Not even 1 comment supporting cam car! ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  6. A cam car instigates a feud with a Toyota Camry driver by flashing his high beam at his car. The Toyota Camry retaliates by tailgating, horning and flashing his high beam at the cam car. Watch the video for yourself below: The cam car had initially claimed that the Toyota Camry driver had cut him off without signalling at 0:01 of the video. Though from the screenshot, it seemed like there was ample safe distance between the Camry and the cam car. However, the only issue was that the Camry failed to signal before switching lanes. Moments later, the cam car flashes its high beam repeatedly, provoking the Camry driver. (At 0:07, with the audio turned on, the cam car's repeated flashing felt more like an abuse of the vehicle's high beam to me) In Singapore, the high beam is often used as a sign of displeasure at another driver’s poor road etiquette, such as the Camry driver’s failure to signal when changing lanes. The actions of the cam car enraged the Camry driver, and he started tailgating the cam car and also honked him for a good 20 seconds or so. Subsequently, the cam car performs several abrupt brake checks to indicate his displeasure, causing the Camry driver to also jam his brakes, further provoking him. Finally, the cam car driver came to a stop and got out of his car to give the Camry driver an earful while using his phone to record his confrontation as evidence. Likewise, the Camry driver also used his mobile device to record the cam car driver. The cam car driver claims that the Camry driver spewed vulgarities and made explicit hand gestures to the cam car driver. Somehow, I find it strange that the Camry driver tailed the cam car all this way, only to remain in his car when the cam car driver got out of his car to confront him. Netizen Comments Seems like the cam car driver ain't no angel either. The Camry driver in a nutshell. . The Camry driver better ensure his high beam lever is not broken after this incident🤣 All I can say is that it takes two hands to clap! ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  7. An incident at Mandai road resulted from a cyclist failing to keep to his prescribed lane, and then managing to rear-end a taxi and almost causing a chain of events that could have ended badly for the cyclist. Watch the video for yourself below 295074781_496748258921669_9009094495260158541_n.mp4 The cam car behind him had to jam brake at the very last minute, which resulted in the cement truck having to stop in time to avoid colliding into the camcar. The significant inconvenience that this cyclist caused simply because he was too irresponsible to abide by road regulations is ridiculous. If i were held up by this buffoon i’ll certainly be very angry. It does seem like he doesn’t value his own life as well, given that not only did this inconvenience other road users, but definitely put himself in a lot of danger as well. Netizen Comments Netizens chime in with their own take of the situation as well, Personally, if I were held up by this cyclist, I’ll probably be royally pissed as well. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  8. If you have to spit, where do you usually spit at? The drain? The grass area? Or the basin in your house? Nah, not for this fella - He spits wherever he wants. Watch it here: What Happened? After parking his car at a multi-storey carpark located in Jurong West, a man strolls to the lift lobby to head down. He presses the lift button and randomly looks around before spotting a white car parked right in front of him. He then casually takes a big sip from his takeaway cup. The next thing you know, he spews his dark-coloured beverage onto the boot of the white car. Here's the aftermath of the nasty deed: If this isn't considered nasty, I don't know what else is. It sucks to have such inconsiderate and uncultured residents living around you. What would you do if this was your car? Let me know in the comments below! Netizens' Comments I would love to see him drink some paint! Reputation drop, now ego also drop. OOF. SHOTS FIRED. ========= Be the first to get the latest road/ COE news, and get first dibs on exclusive promos and giveaways in our Telegram SGCM Community. Join us today!
  9. TL:DR – A Mercedes GLA brake checks a cam car driver for high beaming him. Cam car driver’s wife then explodes into a 3-minute lecture and telling off while the tunes of Baby Shark drone on repeat in the background. Poor cam car driver cannot catch a break. We’ve all had bad days in our lives. But what this cam car driver just went through, is a winner. Watch this 6min+ video to find out what I mean. The important bits are from the start to about the 3min 20second mark So let’s list down how the cam car driver’s day gets from bad to worst The domino effect starts with the GLA Rear footage from the cam car shows us a black GLA behind cam car that filters to lane 2 on the KPE, accelerates to overtake cam car and abruptly cuts into cam car’s path. This causes the cam car driver to high beam the GLA. Resulting in a short brake check game. The lecture begins For those who don’t understand Mandarin, I’ve summarized the main points for you. The wife’s point of view The husband deserved it Their kid was in the car Singaporeans don’t like to get high beamed Her husband high-beamed intentionally Her husband was driving too slowly (LOL) The GLA gave ample space before cutting into cam car’s lane The husband’s point of view This is a safety issue The GLA did not signal Their kid was in the car. Not signaling and changing lane is dangerous When we list them out like that, the wife starts to make a very compelling argument. Anyone else feel like this exchange between husband and wife is very relatable to couples out there? Baby Shark Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo This song on repeat is torture. It all ends well, don't worry Kudos to the couple though. You could tell they were angry with one another for awhile but they played it cool and kept their tempers in check. #couplegoals Online Chatter Looking at all these comments, the wife was right! Wife: 跟 你 讲 了 (I TOLD YOU SO). ======== Receive a $10 PayNow for every submission we publish on Facebook! Simply WhatsApp us ➡️https://bit.ly/3c6JERA
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