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  2. Went to Hokkaido recently and would like to share some photos here. Famous for its flower flied and winter sports during winter, August is end of the summer season I think. Weather wise still cooling average around 22 C with morning and evening dropping to below 18C. This trip I rented a 8 seater and total distance covered is approx 1400 Km. While the speed limit for city is 50 km/hr and highway 80 km/hr, to maintain at 80 km/hr on highway is not so easy. Took Scoot from Singapore and transit at Taiwan (1 hour transit time) Good break but just enough time to get on the plane. Landed in Sapporo early morning. This is a short of their air port. nowhere near Changi T1 but there are buses you can catch to town. I booked Unizo Inn next to Sapporo Grand Hotel. Checked in and walk to collect my car which I booked with Budget car rental. It is within walking distance. Photos of a street shot in Sapporo and their underground train station (MRT). Beside flower and snow, Japan is also about food. 1st stop is their famous Furano Cheese factory. But, it is more like a cafe and their cakes.
  3. Hi Bros, I have a hypothetical question and it goes like this. Usually after servicing my car at a certain workshop, the mechanic would take the car for a test drive to see if there are any problems with the car after servicing. So what happens if: 1) During test drive, something else breaks down after servicing? (eg. radiator pipe burst, suspension noise starts to appear, tyre kenna nail puncture, etc.) 2) During test drive, the mechanic met with an accident with my car and my insurance doesn't cover him? Who is gonna pay for the damages? Appreciate your valuable advice/comments. Thanks.
  4. Blackseal

    2013 Lexus GS 350 First Drive

  5. Now we bet the the driver of this truck will be regretting really hard about driving after having some drinks. Spotted on Beh Chia Lor's Facebook page and some of our Whatsapp group chats, is this video of a trailer truck crashing into an HDB block at Block 152 Yung Ho Road. It happened on 16 Nov 2020. Thankfully, the tree that the truck knocked down managed to stop it from crashing into one of the first level HDB unit. Rest In Peace, tree... The truck driver has since been arrested for drunk driving. Netizens' comments were naturally not kind to the truck driver... 34c5433d-4976-4664-8e03-ca6af42dface.MP4
  6. MyCarForum member 'therock' shared with us this week his latest adventure all the way from the U.S.A's Pacific West Coast! With plenty of B-roads to savour, amazing sights to take in and jolly good food to boot, what more could you ask from a driving holiday? Here's what I think is the best part of the thread: The drive was done in the popular Toyota C-HR, what a madman! In his own words, therock "wanted to try a car which (he) might consider buying and (he) wanted an SUV so it came down to the RAV4 or the C-HR depending what was available." Thankfully, the U.S-spec C-HR comes as a 2.0-litre which we imagine must be way better for chewing through those long distances than the local 1.2-litre spec car. Talking about chewing... the thread has plenty of glorious food porn as well. Cause you know, AMERICA! Looks like therock is still uploading more pictures of his epic drive, so do go down and check out the rest of the thread here! All pictures are shared here courtesy of MyCarForum member therock. ----------------------------------------------- Check out the rest of the thread by therock here! And if the post has inspired you to embark on your own drive don't forget to leave a like or a comment! -----------------------------------------------
  7. Last weekend saw Singapore going into Phase 2, whereby almost every industry could become operational again. With showrooms closed for more than a month since the start of our lockdown, naturally this weekend also saw some decent traffic. Unfortunately, one test drive in particular went bad for this particular Honda shopper at Leng Kee... We don't have details on exactly what happened but it does look like this Red Honda Jazz that was probably going through a test drive, isn't going to be sold as a new car anytime soon. On the bright side, we can be sure that Honda's safety features sure work very well. P.S. We reckon with the upcoming all new Jazz's Honda Sensing safety suite, this accident could have been avoided.
  8. Lotr

    Eye surgery - cannot drive

    Now recovering from retina surgery. Cannot drive car, cannot test drive, cannot buy car... sibeh boring, sibeh gaolat. Only can come here and complain.
  9. Dark days are in store for all of us. To all those finding it difficult to resist the urge to head outside and to travel, Audi Australia has a treat in store, perfect for all those already suffering from cabin fever during these circuit breaker days. Unwind in the comfort of your own home and join Audi on a four-hour long drive of the New South Wales countryside in the all new Audi A6 as it travels through rolling hills and even navigates past dense fog and rainy sections. Hopefully this will aid in calming you guys down a little. Leave it running as a lullaby before you go to sleep? Heh! Stay safe everyone! #flattenthecurve
  10. Any bro here have any self drive experience in Jeju during winter season before? wonder if the road condition is harsh during Christmas period. Planning a trip there this Dec. Have not drive on icy road before
  11. Macross_vin

    Anyone hear of Color N Drive?

    Dear All, I have just came across an advert from Facebook on this brand call Color N Drive. Seems like the paint touch up product is good and easy to use. Any bros have heard and use before? Please advise and review. Thanks. colorndrive.com/en
  12. What ever he is smoking...I want some.... https://sg.news.yahoo.com/fashionable-not-drive-car-singapore-sitoh-yih-pin-074512836.html
  13. hello, i have just bought air ticket to BKK for a 2 week stay. intend to rent a car, drive up to khao kho, khao yai, probably phitsanulok too, to have a look at their magnificent wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat & Wat Ratchaburana if time permits. departure on 21 Dec, staying at khao kho and khao yai till 30 Dec, 9 days of car rental. Then head back to celebrate the new year in BKK till 4th of Jan, we have always travel to bkk hence pretty familiar with it. It's the initial area that having issues. Has anyone been to these places, best if you could share the experience and guides.
  14. Hi, I have planned for a one day drive up to Malacca in Dec'09. Any tips? Like good food or safe carpark to park my ride. I 'am thinking of parking it at hotel. Your contribution will be much appreciated
  15. On behalf of Ah Lau..... Anyone for a drive trip to Yangon??? Details to be shared by Ah Lau.
  16. Not an Audi owner but received the mailer today. Audi is offering 2 days extended test drive on A6, A8 and Q8. Curious to know if anyone tried the service and what happens if suay suay kena accident haha.
  17. Hi folks, probably feeling a tad suicidal or something but was wondering if any of you here owned fiats before? I saw a listing for a used Fiat 500 manual and got me tingling abit. Was wondering if it is really as horrific as it was thought to have been? Or perhaps in some ways, the drive and ownership is somewhat rewarding? or the tradeoffs perhaps? Some tips of the trade or some some? Any tip would be good. Thanks
  18. Bluepica

    Israel: safe to drive?

    Anyone done a road trip in Israel before? Is it safe to self drive?
  19. Done the services about a month , and drove 1k + km since then . Check the engine oil today and notice overfill , so pump up about 500ml . The engine oil color is dark grey/ brown .wonder is this normal ? Or the workshop cheated me by just topping up engine oil and charged me 150 ? https://www.dropbox.com/s/gbprsemlo2a25m7/engine_oil.JPG?dl=0
  20. If everyone here can have a opportunity to drive any car up from Singapore to Penang, what car will you take up and drive? With over 700km of road for you to drive. What car would you choose? I will choose BMW M2 Competition.
  21. 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
  22. My car's mileage 9 years liao. 155,000km. Nowadays I don't feel like driving and sometimes take mrt also... So what's your mileage like?
  23. Any can recommend where to go? Need to recover data from my damaged drive. Thanks
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