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  1. Because there’s nothing more Christmas-sy than getting a surprise visit from the TP. In a video posted on Christmas Day, a reckless Honda Civic driver decided to make his own Fast and Furious sequel on the TPE. With the cam car travelling in the middle lane, the driver caught the white Honda Civic dashing through the (snow) roads on the first lane. The white car swiftly overtook its left silver taxi, squeezing itself just in front of the cam car. The driver then recklessly cut in front of the taxi and sped up, with its left indicator shining strongly in the night. The Honda’s crazy antics led to a few drivers slowing down on the middle lane. Surprisingly, the taxi didn’t waver once throughout the whole ordeal. Speeding and overtaking on the left? All jokes aside, the way this Honda Civic driver drove on the expressway is perilous and reckless. In Singapore, the speed limit for expressways and tunnels ranges from 80 to 90 km/h. Judging from the video, it looks like the Civic was doing more than the limit. Drivers who exceed the speed limit by 40km/h or less will be issued a fine ranging from $130 to $170 and up to 8 demerit points. On the other hand, drivers who exceed the speed limit by more than 40 km/h will have to be prosecuted in court. They will also be issued up to 24 demerit points. While overtaking on the left is not illegal, it is not recommended unless a road hog blocks the rightmost lane. Even so, overtaking on the left requires the middle and left lanes to be mostly unoccupied. Switching lanes and slotting yourself in spaces between two lanes is unsafe and could result in an accident if other drivers are not alert enough. Netizens’ reactions ======= Receive a $10 PayNow for every submission we publish on Facebook! Simply WhatsApp us ➡️https://bit.ly/3c6JERA
  2. Boy Trespasses Into Rhino Enclosure & Does Backflip For TikTok Video, S’pore Zoo Says It’s Reckless & Dangerous source: https://mustsharenews.com/boy-rhino-backflip/ WRS Condemns Boy Who Did Backflip In White Rhino Enclosure In light of Covid-19 travel restrictions, many of us are ‘turning inwards’ during the December holidays, revisiting many of our local attractions. The Singapore Zoo is naturally one of the most popular sites to visit. Recently, a video was shared on TikTok showing a boy trespassing into a Rhino enclosure at the Singapore Zoo and doing a backflip inside. In response, Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) said that such behaviour is reckless and irresponsible. Boy does backflip in white rhino enclosure The TikTok video – re-shared on Twitter on Thursday (17 Dec) – starts off with a guy on what appears to be a tram at the Singapore Zoo. The clip then cuts to footage of the teenager running into the White Rhino exhibit, with a few of the horned creature in the background. Without warning, he then does a backflip while inside the muddy enclosure. After which, he promptly ran out of the enclosure and jumped over the fence. WRS says its reckless and dangerous behaviour On Friday (18 Dec), WRS took to Instagram to address the matter. Acknowledging that the boy had trespassed and encroached into the White Rhino exhibit, they described it as being a “reckless and mindless act”. The whole video. They condemned the boy’s behaviour, saying that it is not only socially irresponsible but also very dangerous. At the end of the day, it is also a display of disrespect to the animals. WRS then asked the public not to encourage such acts as they put lives in danger. Be a responsible citizen Many youths today seem emboldened and go to great extents for clout on social media. While we’re glad that the boy managed to come out of this incident unscathed, this might not always be the case. Hopefully, it’s a lesson for everyone to be responsible in public spaces and to think carefully before committing such dangerous acts.
  3. Continue PArt X here: PRev thread: Singapore Reckless Drivers Part IX - Page 410 - General Car Discussion - MyCarForum https://www.mycarforum.com/forums/topic/2719051-singapore-reckless-drivers-part-ix/?page=410&tab=comments#comment-7078917
  4. Karma hits a reckless Audi A5 driver in the form of a car crash after causing a long list of various traffic infringements over the course of 5 days. Timeline Here's an official timeline of all of the incidents featured in the video compilation above. 14th September We start off with the driver performing a reckless lane change along the expressway on the 14th. The video shows the Audi zooming in from the left of the camcar, as the driver speeds up and places himself in the middle lane despite the car's presence. 17th September The second incident features the same Audi performing another reckless lane change a few days later. Like the first time, the car zooms in from the motorcyclist's right and dangerously tailgates the car in front of it. The motorcyclist shakes his head in disbelief as the driver quickly drifts into the middle lane. 18th September On the day of the crash, the Audi driver performs a series of reckless driving stunts a few hours before. At 1:05 p.m., the car is seen parked at the side of the road in front of a second vehicle after it had caused an accident. A few minutes later, the driver performs a reckless lane change. The car almost hits the other drivers on the road as it quickly swerves from left to right and back. Finally, at 5:19 p.m., the Audi performs another reckless lane change on the expressway as it zooms past a silver car in the right lane. The car suddenly switches into the middle lane, cutting in front of a large white bus before quickly switching back to the right. However, the A5 driver fails to notice that there is already a parked car in the right lane from an earlier accident. The driver causes a chain collision as he suddenly slows down, hitting the parked car in front of him and causing the silver car behind him to crash as well. Netizens' reactions Honestly, the Audi A5 driver got what he deserved. This just shows that no matter how great your car is, a reckless driver is never a safe driver. --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
  5. It is always good practice to wear protective gear whenever you are cycling. However, being decked out in protective gear doesn't grant you superpowers or special protection against other road users/vehicles. Watch this short clip and find out what I mean: This incident occurred at a junction along Hougang Avenue 9. A blatant disregard for traffic law The traffic lights were green, which permitted the cam car and Bus 109 (travelling in the opposite direction) to proceed. Despite having the right of way, the bus driver could be seen giving way to a pedestrian dressed in a white t-shirt before moving off. As the bus driver moves off, a cyclist riding from the pavement sped across the pedestrian crossing. This "genius" did not conform to the red man signal and ended up getting hit by the bus. Clearly in the bus driver's blindspot It is necessary to state that it is NOT easy driving such big vehicles (Eg. buses, trucks). Although it may be easier for others to spot these larger vehicles, amplifying their road presence, this also means that these larger vehicles will have an increased number of blind spots which prevent their driver from having a clear view of his surrounding. Netizens' comments I hope this incident does not break the bus driver's rice bowl tho. Agreed, a very challenging but necessary change to the system. Any cycling community willing to defend this stupid cyclist, please step up now. Public Service Announcement to the cycling/fixed gear community --- Thinking of selling your car? sgCarMart Quotz guarantees the highest selling price for your car. We’ll even give you $100 cash if you find a better offer elsewhere! Get a free quote to find out how much your car is worth today!
  6. Received this through WhatsApp. Currently on CTE. CTE towards SLE Cairnhill closed. VID-20210723-WA0015.mp4
  7. Our paper generals battle rethink 3:1 tactic... 😅
  8. Does this describe you? https://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/the-seven-habits-of-the-spore-driver Speeding Overtaking Beating red lights Not giving way Potong jalan Poor Parking Not using the signal indicator
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  10. Remember the black Volkswagen mk5 Golf GTI that was spotted racing on CTE at night with an Mitsubishi Evo X before causing a van to crash and flip? Here's a recent cum compilation video of the GTI causing havoc on our roads. As you guys can see these are some pretty reckless driving. A big no-no when dashcams are everywhere. And yes how could we forget the ever-increasing number of Facebook pages that shame bad drivers. Naturally, the comments section on SG Road Vigilante's page has its supporters slamming the driver. On a less serious note, the GTI is a pretty good point and shoot car with its fast-acting DSG box and turbo engine eh?
  11. With roads pretty much empty under this current semi-lockdown period, some youths have been spotted making use of the empty roads to ride their PMDs. As seen on a facebook page SG Reckless PMD Riders, three youths can be seen in the short Instagram video riding next to each other at high speed in the CTE Tunnel. Admittedly, the clip isn't of the best quality but it does seem like they were doing in excess of 40km/h, well over the speed limits of e-scooter. Of course, it doesn't matter as no one is allowed to be using their PMDs on the public road. In fact, they aren't even supposed to be out of their homes at all and going for joyrides! Check out some of the comments on the page. Not suprisingly, they were not very pleasant. SG-Reckless-PMD-Riders-PMD-high-speed-at-CTE-Facebook.mp4
  12. When PHV is mentioned, what thoughts/feelings come to you immediately?
  13. Juniorsg

    SKA 4309 Z Reckless Driving

    Dare to peform reckless stunk by lane cutting without signalling but when on your side dare not look at me. Don't hide inside your "powerfull" car and act like a "man" but dare not admit your mistake. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v477/juniorsg/th_Mazda%20SKA%204309%20Z_cut_zpsyfi55pum.mp4 http://smg.photobucket.com/user/juniorsg/media/Mazda%20SKA%204309%20Z_cut_zpsyfi55pum.mp4.html Maybe I can contribute to Singapore Reckless Driving.
  14. The old thread was 9 years old already Continue here adding last reckless post This 2 year old toddler is super lucky to be alive after having 2 SUV driving over her. Can't really blame the drivers as the girl is exactly at the vehicle's blind spot. All drivers, do take note of your surrounding as much as possible. You may just save a live...
  15. I was crossing the junction at Middle Road/Queen Street towards Rochor on the pedestrian green light, and was already on the second lane when a white car came at full speed on Queen Street from Rochor and turned right without slowing or stopping into Middle Road, forcing me to jump out of the way for safety. At that point this happened there were still 20+ seconds counting down on the green pedestrian light. AFTER passing the junction, he finally reacted and slowed down when he realized that I had whipped out my handphone camera, and raised a hand out of his window. When I finally turned around and finished crossing, there were still 10+ seconds on the green pedestrian light. The car looked like a white Mitsubishi Lancer, (SGW1384_). It would be great if the cars stopped for the light on both sides of that junction had dash cams running, and could contact me so that I can submit the video together with my police report. Or even just post them to this thread.
  16. Moderators, hope its ok I create this folder. I see more and more road videos taken and posted by MCFers. Here's my contribution: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3...681920492&hl=en Title: Encounter with GT-R
  17. Hi, I urgently need to submit a video to Traffic Police for complain. How to do so? Please advise. Thanks!
  18. Early this morning, we were waiting in our car at a traffic light. The traffic light is left-turn only. When the traffic light turn green, we started to move forward slowly. We noticed from our driver's side mirror that there was a van approaching dangerously close and fast from behind on our right hand side. We brake immediately and stop completely. But the van continue moving forward dangerously close to our car and he turn left recklessly. The side of the van hit my right fender and scraped my paintwork on my bumper. Note that at this moment, our car is already at a complete stop. We wanted to settle privately with the van driver but the van driver seems unwilling to take any responsibility. He claim that we cut into his left-turning lane. The van driver looks very tired and is not concentrating at all on the road. He nearly hit another car when the moved his van to the road shoulder. He seems to be working very early in the morning doing delivery and does not looks like he slept well the night before. What should i do this this case? Should i go to my insurance and clam against him? Will i get 100% claim? Also, he is using the same insurance company as the one that i am using. Will this make the insurance company less willing to pay 100%? Please see youtube video below. From the video, it is obviously we did not cut into his lane. Any comments? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Em7rQ4VlWRY&feature=youtu.be http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Em7rQ4VlWRY&feature=youtu.be
  19. https://youtu.be/s53mBc-pI5s Going to submit to this video Traffic Police.
  20. Scoots

    Reckless Driver - SGR7377P

    Either she (yes, it's a lady driver cos later on at a junction, she got out to inspect her car) made a boo boo and wanted to do a lane change in a junction and assumed the other car was going to turn right (even thought the right most lane is a go-straight/turn-right lane) or she was making an even bigger boo boo by wanting to turn right when she was not supposed to in the first place. Either case, we can do with less of such drivers on the roads https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA18AjmdRf8&feature=youtu.be Note: I realised I had typed the wrong car plate in the post's title (should be SDR7377P, not SGR7737P). Anyone can advise how I can get that corrected?
  21. MichelleTan_160477

    is this SGY3350E civic driver drunk or high ?

    http://roads.sg/index.php/video/357/sgy-3350e-dangerous-and-reckless-driver-what-are-you-trying-to-do?t=MTQ0NzUxNjQ5NA== what is this driver of SGY3350E trying to do ?