Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'cheapest'.

More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Cars
    • General Car Discussion
    • Tips and Resources
  • Aftermarket
    • Accessories
    • Performance and Tuning
    • Cosmetics
    • Maintenance & Repairs
    • Detailing
    • Tyres and Rims
    • In-Car-Entertainment
  • Car Brands
    • Japanese Talk
    • Conti Talk
    • Korean Talk
    • American Talk
    • Malaysian Talk
    • China Talk
  • General
    • Motorsports
    • Meetups
    • Complaints
  • Sponsors
    • Products & Services
  • Non-Car Related
    • Lite & EZ
    • Makan Corner
    • Travel & Road Trips
    • Football Channel
    • Property Buzz
    • Investment & Financial Matters
  • MCF Forum Related
    • Official Announcements
    • Feedback & Suggestions
    • FAQ & Help
    • Testing


  • MyAutoBlog

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start



Found 104 results

  1. Hi Guys! We are Battery Empire, Your Car Battery Specialist. We carry car battery brands that consist of cheap all the way to premium cost, to cater to everyone needs. When we say 'cheap', it does not mean that it is lousy. At Battery Empire, 'cheap' can mean good and valued for money as well. That being said, who's up for more discounts? We have something for everyone! Check out our Bundles Of Exclusive Promotions on https://www.batteryempire.sg/ now! Apart from car batteries, we carry car accessories and other interesting items too, which we will be introducing shortly, so stay tune!
  2. Any bros can advise me, where is selling Grit Guard below $20 ? Thanks
  3. SimonTan

    Can buy? Cheapest QQ?

    http://www.------.com/used_cars/ads_detail.php?adid=8972 Is S$7800 worthwhile to buy? Can still drive for another 5.5 years. Yearly depreciation only less then $1500. Who says cars are expensive in Singapore....good deals around!!
  4. The Impressive Engineering Behind The Cheapest Electric Car In The World The cheapest new electric car in the world, the $1,200 Changli Nemeca from Chinese e-commerce website Alibaba, is a truly amazing machine. This became clear as soon as my coworker Jason Torchinsky unboxed the car and saw its unexpected features, and even more so when he drove it. But it wasn’t until he and I looked at the tech under the skin that we truly realized the Changli’s unbelievable value. Here’s a look at the engineering behind the incredible 1.1 horsepower Changli. Jason had a vision last year: He was going to buy the cheapest electric car in the world from Alibaba, ship it across the ocean to the U.S., deal with all the customs paperwork, truck the car down to his place in North Carolina, and show the world what the wackiest form of EV ownership looks like. Amazingly, despite uncertainty within our company, and despite the coronavirus and related economic turmoil, he pulled it off. The car that began life in Jiangsu, China now sits in Jason’s backyard in Chapel Hill, where the machine immediately blew us away with its impressive features.
  5. Ender

    Cheapest Gym Comparison

    Didn't expect an article on Gym to comes from ShopBack. https://www.shopback.sg/blog/cheapest-gym-singapore Cheapest Gym Memberships in Singapore (and Alternatives) for All the Fitness Aficionados It’s a new year and time to live a healthier life. That not only means eating healthier but also striving to lead an active lifestyle with proper exercise and physical activity. For most people, it can be hitting the gym regularly. For others, it may mean squeezing in a short workout in their day to day routine. Let our guide to the cheapest gyms help you do this. Don’t worry if hitting that treadmill or exercise machine if not for you. We also include cheap alternatives to the gym for you to keep fit and to stay fit. It also pays to eat well and have supplements on your fitness journey! Get the best fitness fuel from iHerband get Cashback at the same time! Now with 8% Upsized Cashback until 31 Mar. 1. ActiveSG Gym Image Credit: ActiveSG ActiveSG is a nationwide movement for the promotion of sports for a better living. And behind this movement is a network of sports facilities and programmes that help individuals and families achieve an active and healthy lifestyle. Singaporeans of all ages and permanent residents can become members of ActiveSG for free. Once a member, you can have access to all their facilities which include gyms and swimming complexes. You can also sign up for ongoing programmes if you are interested in a particular sport. For gym-goers, there are 20 gyms to choose from, depending on which is closest to you. Best of all, it offers the cheapest fees for use of gym facilities. Adults who want access to any of the locations during all opening hours only need to pay $300 for a year, or $30 a month. There is also a pay per entry fee which as low as $1.50 for students and senior citizens. Locations: 20 gym facilities all over Singapore Opening Hours: 7am – 10pm (except for PH eve and PH) Website: https://www.myactivesg.com 2. Gymmboxx Image Credit: Photo via Gymmboxx Facebook If you are looking for a gym that offers personal training services, it is best you check out private gyms such as Gymmboxx. It has seven outlets all over the island and according to most reviews, Gymmboxx has the best weight training equipment available. They have three membership categories – Standard, Classic and Signature, which range from as short as 3 months to as long as 12 months. If you are not too keen on membership, you can also opt to go for their pay-per-entry rates. A 3-month plan for Classic membership will set you back $210, while a 12-month plan is $720. Special discount prices are available for youths and seniors. If you have extra money to splurge, you can invest in a personal trainer for $599 for 10 sessions. Locations: 6 gym facilities all over Singapore Opening Hours: Varied. Check website for details. Website: https://www.gymmboxx.com 3. Anytime Fitness Image Credit: Anytime Fitness Singapore Anytime Fitness is true to its name – you can go to the gym any time of the day, as their outlets are open 24/7. In Singapore, they have 38 outlets for you to choose from, making it quite convenient for you to shed off those unwanted pounds. With a variety of equipment available and your access key, you will have no more excuses not to go. Memberships start at $88 a month, and include options to sign up for 6, 12 or 18 months. You also get an Anywhere Club access which means you can use any of the thousands of Anytime Fitness gyms all over the world. That also means any of the 38 gyms in Singapore will be yours for the picking. And if you happen to be traveling abroad in a country where there are Anytime Fitness gyms, you can access those too. Locations: 38 gym facilities Opening Hours: 24/7 Website: https://www.anytimefitness.sg/ 4. Dennis Gym Image Credit: inSing.com Dennis Gym was set up by bodybuilding coach Dennis Tew. From one gym in Simei to 4 gyms, Dennis continues to promote an active and healthy lifestyle through his gym facilities and his dedicated personal trainers. If you are into weightlifting and bodybuilding, this is the gym for you. Working with their gym specialists allows you to try a customised program that will help you achieve your fitness goals. With flexible membership packages that allow monthly payments for 6, 12 and 24 months, Dennis Gym promises to combine effective physical training with fun elements. Group classes on muscle toning and combat training are available here, which is not usual in most gyms. Locations: Simei, Tai Seng, Jurong, Farrer Park Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 7am-10pm, Sat & Sun: 8am-8pm Website: http://www.dennisgym.net 5. Yoga for fitness and exercise Image Credit: Eli Christman | Flickr Studies show that yoga, despite its low impact activities, has tremendous effects on one’s physical and mental well-being. It increases flexibility, improves muscle strength and tone and maintains good cardiovascular health. Concentration and balance are also on the list, as yoga helps one focus. Gone are the days when yoga classes are difficult to come by and are expensive. With many yoga studios and instructors already offering their services in Singapore, it won’t be hard to include yoga into your fitness routine. It will also add some variety to your program for better health. In Singapore, there are more than enough studios where you can get some Zen-inspired exercise for under $25 per session, which usually lasts for 10 to 20 session. Here is our list, although not exhaustive. For more yoga studios options, check our yoga guide. Yoga Studio Price Location YOGA in SYNC $23 (10 classes package) Bukit Pasoh YogaDivas $23 (10 classes outdoor package) Botanical Gardens/ Woking Rd Yoga Mala $22 (20 classes package) Circular Rd Yoga+ $20 (25 classes package) Pagoda St/ Arab St Yoga Inc. $20 (20 classes package) Guillemard/ Tiong Bahru/ Punggol/ Tampines Alpha Balance $20 (20 class package) Duxton/ Thompson Rd/ Bukit Timah Rd/ Sentosa/ East Coast/ Botanical Gardens Vyasa Yoga & Ayurveda $20 (10 classes package) Tessensohn Rd Yoga Lab $20 (10 classes package) East Coast/ Duxton/ Boon Tat St Yoga Movement $19 (20 classes package) Carpenter St/ East Coast/ Orchard/ Robertson Quay/ Tanjong Pagar/ Tiong Bahru Yogabar $19 (12 classes package) Far East Shopping Centre Akash Yoga $16 (23 class package) Bishan Park Outta Hatha Yoga $15 (10 classes package) Clifford Square 6. Dance your way to fitness with 1Fiesta Zumba Image Credit: Esther Max | Flickr Zumba continues to gain popularity in Singapore, especially with groups like 1Fiesta that promote a fun way to shed off some pounds. Since 2010, 1Fiesta has maintained such a high standard in classes with the best Zumba instructors in the city. Aside from standard Zumba classes, they have also ventured into Zumba Circuit, Zumba Toning, Aqua Zumba, Body Combat and many more. Since they aim to fill the demands of working professionals, they hold their classes after work hours and on the weekends. Classes only cost $15 per session in most of the locations, except for those that are part of a package. About 80 classes are being conducted every week, so you have more than enough chances to hit the Zumba dance floor. Locations: Waterloo, Riverside Point, Tampines, Jurong East, Bukit Batok, Bishan, Yio Chu Kang, Woodlands, and Functional Training Institute Website: https://1fiesta.com.sg 7. Fitness Passes If you can’t commit yourself to a conventional gym and need to change up your routine every once in a while to keep motivated, get a fitness pass. With a fitness pass, you can attend a variety of classes (HIIT, dance, spin, yoga and many more) at different studios for a fixed fee! You can choose between ClasPass and KFit for different fitness classes in Singapore. Below is a comparison between the two fitness passes. Price Location Price per class $12.90 Around $20 Availability of free trial No Yes Able to pause membership? Yes No Locations: At studios and gyms all across Singapore Website: 8. Swim away those calories Image Credit: Pexels Do you hate breaking a sweat when you are working out? Then swimming will be perfect for you. Singapore is endowed with many swimming facilities you can take your pick from. ActiveSG, for example, has one of the cheapest entry rates in the city. Category Weekdays Weekends & Public HolidaysChild/ Senior Citizen $0.50 $0.60Adult $1.00 $1.30Others $0.80 $1.10 Aside from ActiveSG, you can also check the swimming pools under SAFRA. Although they are a bit more expensive than ActiveSG, the entry fees will still be lower than $2. You can find out more through their website at http://www.safra.sg/. 9. Sunrise In The City by HPB Image Credit: Health Hub Sunrise in the City (SITC) is a fitness programme introduced by the Health Promotion Board (HPB) to encourage working adults to squeeze in some exercise before work. The best part is that it is free! Exercises for SITC include yoga, pilates, cardio and many more! There is a session almost every day of the week and there is a range of timings and locations to meet your convenience. HPB has also started introducing more sessions during lunchtime which works if you’re not keen on tiring yourself out before you reach the office. Locations: At studios and gyms all across Singapore Website: https://cprmsadfs.hpb.gov.sg/HPBOnline/events.aspx?program=sitc 10. Hike your way to better health Image Credit: Zairon | Wikimedia Commons Don’t be fooled by Singapore’s cityscapes – it’s not called the garden city for nothing. It has its share of parks and nature reserves, which has the best hiking trails for you to explore. It’s no secret what hiking can do for your cardiovascular health, let alone in strengthening your muscles. Plus, the outdoors can do wonders for your mood. We suggest The Southern Ridges which is a connector trail that is 10km long and is full of gorgeous views along the way. You can reach 5 other parks through this trail. Other parks you can add to your list are MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Fort Canning Park, Pulau Ubin, Labrador Nature Reserve and many more. Time to take exercise seriously Whether you prefer hitting the gym or dancing those pounds away with Zumba, there is a place for you to work towards your fitness goals. For the non-conventional fitness aficionado, if you want to try something new and different, give yoga, swimming or hiking a try. These options can be cheaper than your regular gym with the same health benefits. So, take those first steps for a healthier, more active you this year. The best first step towards a healthier you is to get the right sports attire. If you are looking for good deals on sportswear and equipment, don’t forget to check Shopback to make the most of all the Cashback deals. If you’re lucky, you might even find a Fave promo code offering discounts on gym and exercise classes too! Read more: 55 Fantastic Things To Do in Singapore Throughout the YearStay updated on our Shopback deals and blog posts through our Telegram channel! *Disclaimer: Originally published in December 2018 and updated for March 2019.
  6. MUMBAI: There was the $400 airplane seat that plummeted to $40. Then there was the $2,000 laptop reborn for $200. And now the $25,000 car has a $2,500 cousin. Every now and again in business history, a disruption comes along that breaks the conventional wisdom about cost, tweaking and paring features once thought untouchable. Likewise, the $2,500 car, scheduled for introduction Thursday by the Indian company Tata, swims against the current, with a rear-mounted engine, a trunk that fits little more than a briefcase, and plastics and adhesives replacing metal and bolts in certain nooks. (Some analysts expect the car to be priced closer to $3,000, still making it the cheapest on earth.) But the still-untold story of how the Tata car was built is less about big-bang innovations than about a long string of $20 trims: a steering-wheel shaft rendered hollow here, a small headlight leveler removed there, the use of an analog speedometer less accurate than its digital equivalent. The car is thus a triumph, not of one great invention but of a new engineering philosophy rising out of the developing world, with potential to change how cars everywhere are made, industry experts say. Just as Japan popularized kanban (just in time) and kaizen (continuous improvement), so Tata may export to the world what can perhaps be called "Gandhi engineering" - a mantra that combines irreverence toward established ways with a scarcity mentality that spurns superfluities. "It's basically throwing out everything the auto industry had thought about cost structures in the past and taking out a clean sheet of paper and asking, 'What's possible?' " said Daryl Rolley, the head of North American and Asian operations for Ariba, which provides parts for Tata and other auto makers like BMW and Toyota. "In the next 5 to 10 years, the whole auto industry is going to be flipped upside-down.";
  7. Ronleo

    CNY Cheapest Abalone Location

    Hi all, CNY coming again, and yah, time to blow some $$$ on abalone. Would appreciate if bros n sis can advise on where can i get good deal for canned abalone.
  8. Got quite confuse on their term ..., some got windscreen excess some dont have ... some say 3rd party injuries not covered some say yes.. . Price also alot difference some 700 some 1200... and is base on same profile.. Hope people here in MCF can enlighten American Home Assurance Company - Commercial Vehicle Insurance American Home Assurance Company - AIG AutoPlus Insurance American Home Assurance Company - AIG AutoPlan Insurance Asia Insurance Company Limited (Singapore) - Motor Insurance Aviva - online - Quoted $789 AXA Insurance Singapore Pte Ltd - SmartDrive Asia Direct - online -Quoted $700 China Insurance Co (Singapore) Ltd - Car Insurance for Honda Car Owner First Capital Insurance Ltd - Motor Insurance India International Insurance Pte Ltd. - Motor Insurance Liberty Insurance Pte Ltd - Motor Insurance Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance (Singapore) Pte Ltd - MotorMAX Insurance Nanyang Insurance Company Ltd - Private Motor Car Nippon Fire & Marine Insurance Co Ltd - Nippon Motor Protection NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Ltd - Motor Insurance - quoted $1200 Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance (S) Ltd - Car Shield Sompo Japan Insurance Company (Asia) Pte Ltd - Motor Insurance Tenet Insurance Company Ltd - Private Car Insurance United Overseas Insurance Ltd - Motor Vehicle Insurance Zurich Insurance (S) Pte Ltd - Motor Insurance
  9. Thaiyotakamli

    Cheapest barber!

    saw one in Jcube basement, $2.80 for cutting, whaaat? thought my eyes went blurry
  10. Come come, make a wild guess, how cheap can a functioning Ferrari be? ... It is a real deal, not some fake stuff ... Not the zhnged type or wanna be too ... Now, sit tight, the answer might make you fall off from your chair ... You Could Buy This Ferrari 599 GTB For Just US$250 (~S$340) In China This is a Ferrari 599 GTB which could sell for as little as $250. No, your eyes are not deceiving you. This particular Ferrari is currently in the possession of police in Dongguan, China after it was involved in an accident. It is claimed that the Italian supercar was uninsured and unregistered when police got their hands on it. This means it cannot be registered or driven anywhere in China and is being sold as scrap metal. “There is no information about this vehicle at the Vehicle Management Office, so it’s non-transferable and can’t be driven,” a spokeswoman from the Dongguan Third People’s Court said to The Sun. “That’s why it’s so cheap—we viewed it as scrap metal, and its scrap evaluation came to $347 (2,430 RMB). We then offered a 30 percent discount on that for our auction.” Images provided of the car show it covered in a thick layer of dust but the engine is said to be in working order. With a thorough exterior and interior detail, the 599 could look as good as new. No mention has been made about the vehicle’s mileage but let’s be honest, the mileage doesn’t matter. This is a Ferrari which will have a starting bid of just $250 when the auction commences in the coming days. Even if it’s the highest-mileage 599 on earth, it’s still the bargain of the century. It’s unclear if the car can be exported out of China and registered for road use elsewhere or if it must stay on Chinese shores. If it can’t leave the country, there’s still a lot of money to be made from the car. For example, the winning bidder could strip it down and sell it for parts. 拍卖一辆法拉利599,起拍价仅1701元,车友:按斤卖? 在人们的印象当中,一辆法拉利的价格少则几百万,多则上千万,就算是二手的法拉利也是普通人买不起的。但是最近有一位车友就看到有人拍卖法拉利599,心里正想着即使拍卖的话价格也不低,但令人没想到的是,起拍价仅1701元。为什么会这么便宜呢? 如果是买新车的话,法拉利599 GTB的价格大概在500万左右,而现在的起拍价只要1000多元,所以很多车友就很疑惑,难道是按斤卖吗?于是我们又算了一笔账,这一台车子的重量大概在1.6吨左右,如果是按照废铁的价格来算的话,简直是比卖废铁还要便宜。 后来我们才知道,原来这款车之所以价格会这么低,就是因为它没有任何的登记和购买手续,就连车牌也是伪造的,所以没有办法过户,只能按照零部件来拍卖。如果有人买的话,顶多是将它买回去拆成零件卖。 东莞一辆法拉利599被拍卖,起拍价1701元,5毛一斤还不如可乐瓶贵 但是就在前段时间,在阿里拍卖的网站上爆出了一款法拉利599拍卖新闻,看到拍卖价格所有人都不淡定了,印象中的法拉利都是几百万的价格,但是这款法拉利的网上拍卖价格竟然仅仅为1701元人民币,原定拍卖时间为6月20号上午10点开始,但是此车放在网络上仅仅一天的时间,就有四万多人围观,并且还有377人交了340元保证金,3164人设置提醒,加价幅度为30元,拍卖车辆所在地为东莞市横沥镇村头昌浩停车场内,说实话,这有可能是法拉利拍卖史上最便宜的一次,无疑是对这款豪车的侮辱。 东莞一辆法拉利599被拍卖,起拍价1701元,5毛一斤还不如可乐瓶贵。得知此消息后,很多网友都纷纷表示,这可能是这辈子距离法拉利最近的一次了,很多人都准备了3000大洋跃跃欲试,但是近日得知消息,当时这款车是因为特殊原因被东莞市第三法院查封,特此放在司法拍卖网进行拍卖,但后期因为当事人达成了执行和解协议,所以无需拍卖财产了,阿里拍卖便撤销了这次网络拍卖,因此,很多网友的法拉利梦便因此破碎了。 当年此车进入中国,亮相北京车展的时候,有多少人挤破了头颅就为了看它一眼,能买得起的人却屈指可数,在99%的人眼中,这是典型的别人家的车子,无奈,如今时过境迁,这款车落到了1701元就被拍卖的下场,不免让人唏嘘不已,曾经的王者就此落寞。要知道此车重达1.5吨多,按照重量来算,这个车子的均价在0.5元/斤,还不如可乐瓶贵呢,而且这次拍卖也因为各种证件不齐全,不能过户,当作零件拍卖。
  11. Laoren

    Share your cheapest ERP route

    Will start this thread for users to share and query on their commonly use route from point A to Point B and cost of ERP. Anyone can share what’s the cost effective way of driving let’s say from Sengkang/Punggol to Tanjong Pagar from 730am?
  12. Horsepower has always been a universal indicator of a car's performance. So, let's find out what are the cars that offers the lowest cost per bhp! To a car enthusiast, every detail in the specification sheet of a car is important as they all play a part in painting a complete picture of the car in point. To most people, however, information such as 'double wishbones suspension', 'Carbon fibre monocoque' or 'gasoline direct injection' are just technical jargons that serve little purpose. Horsepower, however, is much simpler to understand. As the term suggests, the origin of this unit of measurement came from the desire to compare the output of an engine to that of horses (which were used to complete tasks such as pulling carriages in the past). So, more horsepower equals to more energy which is surely a plus point! Our aim here is to find the cars that give you your metaphorical horses at the lowest price point, which will no doubt means the best deal (because, clearly, power is the only thing that matters). Here are the top 20 new cars with the cheapest horsepower. 1. Skoda Octavia 2.0 TSI RS245 $539/bhp Price: $129,900 (including COE) Bhp: 241 OMV: $26,004 Annual Depreciation: $11,600 2. Kia Stinger 3.3 GT V6 $542.46/bhp Price: $197,999 (including COE) Bhp: 365 OMV: $42,239 Annual Depreciation: $17,200 3. SEAT Leon CUPRA 2.0 TSI DSG $543.36/bhp Price: $155,400 (including COE) Bhp: 286 OMV: $33,884 Annual Depreciation: $13,500 4. Maxus G10 Executive 2.0T Luxury $544.18/bhp Price: $116,999 (including COE) Bhp: 215 OMV: $25,085 (Flagship) Annual Depreciation: $10,343.95 5. Subaru Forester 2.0 XT $549.58/bhp Price: $130,800 (including COE) Bhp: 238 OMV: $16,760 Annual Depreciation: $12,200 6. Mazda CX-3 2.0 Standard $575.64/bhp Price: $89,800 (including COE) Bhp: 156 OMV: $17,024 Annual Depreciation: $8,100 7. Hyundai Elantra 1.6 GLS $587.29/bhp Price: $73,999 (including COE) Bhp: 126 OMV: $12,424 Annual Depreciation: $6778.7 8. Skoda Superb 2.0 TSI Ambition $589.40/bhp Price: $127,900 (including COE) Bhp: 217 OMV: $27,255 (Ambition Plus) Annual Depreciation: $11,282.15 9. Subaru WRX 2.5 STI M $593.92/bhp Price: $175,800 (including COE) Bhp: 296 OMV: $26,700 Annual Depreciation: $16,100 10. Subaru WRX 2.0 M $597.73/bhp Price: $157,800 (including COE) Bhp: 264 OMV: $24,239 Annual Depreciation: $14,500 11. Renault Megane RS 1.8T TCe $597.82/bhp Price: $164,999 (including COE) Bhp: 276 OMV: $30,800 Annual Depreciation: $14,700 12. Honda Civic Type-R 2.0 Turbo $598.04/bhp Price: $182,999 (including COE) Bhp: 306 OMV: $41,257 Annual Depreciation: $15,800 13. Toyota Harrier 2.0 Elegance (MY18) $599.07/bhp Price: $135,988 (including COE) Bhp: 227 OMV: $32,604 Annual Depreciation: $11,700 14. Kia Cerato 1.6 L $603.17/bhp Price: $75,999 (including COE) Bhp: 126 OMV: $11,115 Annual Depreciation: $7,000 15. Perodua Bezza 1.3 Premium X (M) $604.26/bhp Price: $56,800 (including COE) Bhp: 94 OMV: $10,986 Annual Depreciation: $5130.70 Source: https://m.sgcarmart.com/articles/articleinfo.php?CT=e&AID=3628
  13. Folks, Thinking of flying to New York for 2 weeks some time in mid December. Do you know of any travel agency or website to get cheap round trip airfare? Thanks in advance.
  14. http://www.asiaone.com/singapore/here-are-cheapest-parking-rates-orchard-road-cars-2018-edition?xtor=EREC-16-4[Emarsys_Newsletter]-20180605&extid=6934d0cfb7b252f1ae9f0dbddf5ff88ca8637e77
  15. Hi All Which is the cheapest private hospital in singapore? Rafffles Hospital? Gleneages (i doubt it)? Mount E? Thomson Medical? Need to see a urologist. Cheers.
  16. Tweakmax2

    Is Aviva cheapest insurance ?

    Anyone ? ....
  17. The maid thread reminded me that my previous maid had left some of her old stuff with me. About 40kg. She was a solid maid. High recommended. I wanna send it back to her on the cheap. DHL says $454 . $454 will defintely exceed the value of the items. Any ideas? time is of no concern.
  18. My car is due for scrap soon, and am thinking of getting another car. Am budget conscious and no not mind size, style or performance, but as wife and/or my dad might sometimes drive it too, am looking for a car that has auto transmission and also ABS (for basic safety concern). Old car is fine, and am thinking of the non-jap makes as cars of 4-8 yr old came in at time when yen was strong so jap makes should be more expensive? Am thinking of Chevrolet Aveo. Is that the cheapest car that comes with auto and ABS? Anyone has any advice on this? Much appreciated. tks.
  19. Hi all, My car insurance is due for renewal, and my current insurance is with NTUC. As usual, i am contactig various insurance provider, surpricingly, all of them quoted me wiht a higherpremium, is NTUC charging the lowest in town? can someone confirm, if yes, i will not continue to waste effort to source for lower premium. If you know other insurance company offer lower premium, pls. let me know. thanks.
  20. Destiny03

    Cheapest parking

    Hi all, I am gng genting during the CNY. and i am going to park my car at golden mile shopping center. did that a few time b4 but the pricing is kinda. exp ard 50 dollar for 3 days. any recommendation for cheaper parking around that area?
  21. Anyone has any recommendation for sea freight from US to SG? Thinking of buying a platform bed from US but one of the package exceeds vPost maximum dimensions (221 vs 215cm). The dimensions of the 3 packages: 1. 63x5x12" @38lbs 2. 87x5x8" @36lbs 3. 39x4x40" @45lbs Or anyone has seen anything similar locally?
  22. Anyone can recommend a place for me to duplicate just the key blade (honda)? No need programming, no need remote, no need alarm system etc. Just need the cheapest possible duplicated key blade. PS: I do have the uncut blade/stem for the key, aka blank key. Thanks!
  23. Dear all Some dumb-ess actually used bleach to try to clean my car. Yes you heard it first here in MCF. Bleach to clean car. Now my paint getting bad to worse, macham like kanna loan shark spray as the affect areas continues to darken. So obvious now. Problem is my car COE til Mar 2016 and I do not want to spend too much on the paint job. Any suggestion or lobang? Many thanks in advance.
  24. installed lowering spring last year, as expected the shocks gave way in less than a year. Anyway was testing was whether i am happy with the lower ride and sad to say i am hooked and will NEVER go back to stock. At this stage, my wife will kill me if i go back to stock .Already 2 ppl vomited in my car when on stock, my baby & my mother-in-law, not to mention a few near missed at low speeds!!!! due to the very very poor suspension setup...after lowering spring no problems at all. Dont know how they can sell the 08 Altis as a family car....maybe family boat but NOT a family car. IMO its one of the worst car available in stock (thats another story)..unfortunately no $$, so stuck with it. last few week have been hitting the speed humps and the road on carpark ramps. Already White Sands carpark, SingPost carpark and 2 HDB MSCP will hit the bottom even if i crawl over the slope. The lowering spring was good but its time to move on (the rear sag too low...only 1/2 finger). dont wish to go back to stock or stock height so what is the cheapest coilover? friend recommend GAB SS (do in JB). read also BC BR is cheap but cannot find in the marketplace (they only have BC V1). Have been searching internet but not much info cause i guess not many ppl with an Altis will upgrade their suspension (heck we dont even have a legal exhaust despite being one of the most common car on the road!!!).