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  1. Dafansu

    Touch 'n Go App

    Touch 'n Go App for JB regulars Keep track of your card balance in your eWallet. The TNG app is available for Android and iOS devices. Received this email from them earlier. For more information, visit touchngo.com.my
  2. ICA Warns Of Heavy Checkpoint Traffic Over CNY, Start Your Journey Earlier So You Reach On Time Source: https://mustsharenews.com/heavy-traffic-checkpoint-cny/ Traffic At Woodlands & Tuas Checkpoints Will Be Heavy For CNY, Don’t Cut Queues To Save Time Many people in Singapore will drive to Malaysia during the Chinese New Year holidays, either to celebrate with relatives or just to take advantage of the break. Immigration Checkpoints Authority (ICA) has warned that traffic is expected to be heavy between 25-28 Jan, reported Channel NewsAsia (CNA). Heavy traffic during CNY, delays expected at checkpoints According to CNA, ICA cleared a whopping 475,000 travellers on the Friday before Christmas in 2019. This is around 60,000 more than their daily average of 415,000 travellers. For the upcoming festive season, delays are expected since there will be security checks on top of the higher-than-average number of travellers. ICA said that “traffic build-up is inevitable”. Traffic departing from Singapore is anticipated to be heavy from 17-28 Jan. Meanwhile, arrival traffic to Malaysia during 25-28 Jan is expected to be slow too. Factor in extra time for travelling In light of the festive season, it’s safe to assume that crossing the checkpoints will take a few hours. To avoid any delays in your travel plans, it will be wise to factor in extra time for travelling. You can also check OneMotoring to check out the traffic conditions before you leave the house. Most importantly, remember to visit the bathroom before you head for the checkpoints. You wouldn’t want to be stuck in a jam with nowhere to run to. Check your passports ICA also reminded travellers to ensure that their passports have a validity of at least 6 months. Prohibited and controlled items like bak kwa and eggs, as well as firecrackers, cannot be brought across the checkpoints. Those who bring such items in should “proactively make declarations to… officers prior to checks”. Be gracious when travelling across the border While we might be in a hurry to get to our destinations, we should not forget to be gracious. Don’t cut the queues during the peak periods and be courteous to the officers who are working during the public holidays.
  3. Crossing The Causeway? This App Lets You Hitch A Ride To JB Or S’pore For A Faster Commute Source: https://www.msn.com/en-sg/news/singapore/crossing-the-causeway-this-app-lets-you-hitch-a-ride-to-jb-or-spore-for-a-faster-commute/ar-BBYnx0p?li=BBr8YXK Crossing The Causeway? This App Lets You Hitch A Ride To JB Or S'pore For A Faster Commute. Johor Bahru might be a favourite among Singaporeans for a quick getaway, but travelling across the border means needing to endure excruciating hours-long jams. While there isn’t any solution to ending jams altogether, fewer vehicles on the road still can result in a shorter wait. This is where Sameride App wants to come in. Sameride App, first established in 2016 in Washington, DC, is an on-demand carpool app that wants to “enhance ride communication among drivers and riders commuting on the same route”. Almost 300 Johor-Singapore commuters have pre-registered in the Sameride app over the last two weeks, and the app is fully operational for Johor-Singapore commuters starting 30 Dec 2019. Sameride estimates that users who commute between Johor and Singapore will be able to significantly reduce the cost of their commute up to 2 times compared to taxi services. The Sameride App is available for Android and iOS, and users have the flexibility to be riders or drivers, set their pick-up time and locations, create ride offers or requests a few hours or a few days before their commute. Find out more about Sameride here.
  4. Jajoba123

    3rd JB-Singapore bridge?

    media quoted saying that only need to clear custom once only. where is it ar?
  5. ICA Advisory: Traffic flow through the land checkpoints is expected to be heavy from 6 – 15 September 2019 heck On Traffic Situation Before Embarking On Your Journey Through The Land Checkpoints This September School Holiday Traffic flow through the land checkpoints at Woodlands and Tuas is expected to be heavy during the September school holiday period from Friday, 6 September 2019 to Sunday, 15 September 2019. Travellers using the land checkpoints during this period can expect delays and are advised to adjust their travel plans where necessary. Travellers Have a Part to Play Security at checkpoints remains the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)’s top priority against any potential threats to Singapore. With security checks coupled with large number of travellers using the checkpoints at the same time, traffic build-up is inevitable and delays can be expected. Travellers should factor the additional time needed for immigration clearance into their plans. Before setting off on their journey, travellers are reminded to check and ensure that they bring their rightful passports with a remaining validity of six months or more. During peak periods, ICA has encountered many instances of travellers turning up at the land checkpoints either with a wrong passport, or without a passport. Such cases will cause unnecessary delays, add to traffic build-up and inconvenience other travellers. ICA would also like to remind travellers that passports which have been reported lost can no longer be used for travelling even if they are found subsequently. These passports will be cancelled by ICA, and any attempt to use them is an offence under the Passports Act and may be punished by a fine of up to $10,000 or imprisonment of up to 10 years, or both. Passports that have been recovered must be surrendered to ICA within 14 days. Failure to surrender the recovered passport is an offence under the Passports Regulations and may be punished by a fine of up to $3,000 or imprisonment for up to 2 years, or both. Travellers are also reminded not to bring in prohibited items such as firecrackers, “Pop-Pop” or chewing gum. If travellers bring in dutiable or controlled items such as eggs, meat products and potted plants, they should proactively make declarations to ICA officers prior to checks. Traffic Information There were many instances of queue-cutting at both land checkpoints during peak periods. ICA advises against this as it can cause severe congestion and compromise motorists’ safety. Motorists are reminded to observe traffic rules, maintain lane discipline at all times and cooperate with checkpoint officers to ensure a safe environment at the checkpoints. Before embarking on the journey, motorists are advised to check the traffic situation at Woodlands and Tuas Checkpoints through the One Motoring website or via the Expressway Monitoring & Advisory System (EMAS) installed along the BKE and AYE respectively. Motorists can also check the ICA’s Facebook page for updates on the traffic situation at both land checkpoints. For more Traffic Information: Call the traffic information hotline at 6863-0117; Tune in to the radio; or Visit One Motoring website (www.onemotoring.com.sg) or MyTransport.SG portal (www.mytransport.sg); or Visit ICA’s Facebook page for traffic updates at the land checkpoints. Clearance Efficiency Without Compromising Security The ICA will continue to take necessary measures to improve clearance efficiency as much as possible without compromising security. The checkpoint officers will continue to monitor traffic conditions on a real time basis and ensure optimal deployment of resources. The ICA will also continue to work with the Traffic Police to ensure road discipline at the critical junctions leading to the land checkpoints. ICA seeks travellers’ understanding and cooperation when using the land checkpoints during the peak periods. [1]12 August 2019 is a public holiday in Malaysia except for the state of Johor.
  6. Hi all, as many of you have experience buying from PI, assuming that the car you booked is not VAC-ready, kindly share your personal experience on your waiting time between the car's arrival in Singapore to clearing the port, LTA inspection and finally your collection date. I've been digging around the forums and most of the information comes from a few years ago, which is quite outdated already. Also, take the chance to share some of your own recent experience with PIs.
  7. ClassiCars

    Custom Mats in Malaysia

    Hi everyone. Wondering if anyone has any lobang in JB for custom 3A mats?
  8. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=319893605451986&id=100022940471086 WA Lao eh. Now even before go into Malaysia already start asking for money Lao. How Sia? Dr Mahathir... Hope you read this forum and task team to investigate.
  9. Video in mandarin. self explanatory. https://www.facebook.com/JBTALKS.CC?ref=br_tf Sorry repost. https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153370513080166 by https://www.facebook.com/JBTALKS.CC.
  10. hi just wanna ask, not sure how it can be done or whether can or not. I sometimes hear those lorry (not sure if the sound is coming through their horn or not) play those godfather music or funny music very short only. wondering if that is legal? its quite amusing to be honest. lol anyone know?
  11. Any suggestion what is the best time to avoid jam to travel up north to KL on 27/01 ? Plan start the journey at 5am . What about return home on 30/01 ? Plan leave KL at 9pm .
  12. Any shops that sell the above? Looking for the custom cutting that can fit and cover the whole dashboard. Pls recommend thanks!
  13. As per subject, been searching high & lows for a shop who carries ASX spoiler. Seen harrier spoiler damn nice, wonder any workshop can do for ASX.
  14. Anyone tried these before ?? Looks cool .... http://www.tiregraficx.com/ Not related to them , if not allowed to post , Mods please just delete it . TB4 , mods for your new toy ??
  15. Is there any Msian website or twitter update that shows traffic at Msian side of the second link custom, I'm and out of Msia? The traffic we seen from LTA website is only accurate at SG side. The jam into and out of Msia could be worst.
  16. anyone know where to get small stainless steel strip? custom size and thickness just for my own use planning to use this in the window tracks (as window restrictors for child safety)
  17. Kensue

    Custom Car Mat for MPV

    Hi, Anyone got any good lobang for the making of a customised car mat for a full size MPV. Please pass me the contact. Thanks a lot in advance.
  18. Hi bro and sis.. i know this is odd but any one of you guys travelling to Europe or UK this week and coming back in a week time? I was on outstation and had bought a few things for my wife. Unfortunately my luggage was delay and caused me to wait at the counter for nearly an hour. Due to that i could not go to the custom section to get my receipts stamp. If any of you could help do pm me and will gladly do my best to work out something for your kind gesture. Just need your help to get the receipts stamps before you leave any of the EU countries excluding Switzerland. Thank you and may your kind deeds be repaid. To moderator i am not sure if i can place my hp no here but if i can do so please advice. Thank you. Have a good day.
  19. Rogersk8ter

    Intimidating Custom Official

    This is my bad day.... Was going to JB to meet a client this morning via Tuas 2nd link. Along the way, dashboard warning light came on and off. I stopped my car just after the custom check point. 2 officers, not sure they are custom officials or Atos security, waved frantically at me coming down from the watch tower. I drove up and wind down the window to be met with a intimidating man in blue(Bayee Sing) who raised his voice asking me do I know that is a non parking zone? He was so mad and asked his partner to take my car number. I tried to explain but he appeared so pissed and instructed me to make a U turn back! I made a U turn back to custom not know what to do. An Atos security came towards me and i told her what happened. She took my passport and went into a room for sometime. She came back and told me she will lead me towards the road back to jb again. My conversation with her seems to tell me that guy shd not ask me to make U turn and has happened a few times already. Here are my qns... Are those guys sitting in the tower customer police officers or Atos security? I did not notice any no stopping markings or signs after the custom check point. Like to know is that so? What is the fine? Demerit points? Stopping/parking illegally is an offence. Such outburst is necessary as a deterrent?
  20. Shicyj

    Custom Car Covers

    Hi, anyone know where we can get customized car covers for specific models? I am driving a Nissan Latio Hatchback. some of those 1 size fit all covers I have come across do not fit my vehicle well...
  21. Jayk

    Cash Card custom design

    Hi, I would like to ask where can I go and make custom design cash cards because my organization is going to make them. I remember that MCF has a custom made cash card the other time... What is the costs involved. Thanks!!! JK
  22. Hello bros, anyone knows where can I custom make a boot floorboard? As my car doesnt come with a spare tyre but just a tyre repair kit, I was thinking of putting a spare wheel into the wheelwells and have a customised floorboard above it. I tried with the existing floorboard with the wheel beneath and it sit exactly flush with the load lid, nice. Anyone knows where can I do this? Thanks!
  23. While Mazda's newly revealed MX-5 already looks good as it is, many photoshop pros have seem to have worked their magic and rendered their own MX-5 build. Check them out! 1. Rendered by Eric Shell 2. Rendered by JONSIBAL. A set of RS Watanabe with some bolt on flares and a front lip can do wonders in my opinion! 3. Rendered by X-Tomi 4. Rendered by Car Throttle on how the MPS version should look like. Almost perfect for me. 5. Rendered by Oillie Evans and James Eades. A 10/10 for me. Mazda needs to give us a fastback version of the MX-5 and a matching ducktail spoiler ASAP. So which one is your favourite? Let us know!
  24. Hi Bros n Sis, Another to recommend for the above, got 2 x Liteace to do up. Cheers.
  25. We have cam heading to SG custom and half of the causeway Do we have cam in Malaysia custom side? Like heading to malaysia custom?