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  1. Hi Brothers and Sisters, Need your advice. Just met an accident recently. The other driver took photo of my driving license. However, the other driver only gave me his membership card for photo taking. His membership has his photo but his NRIC number is incomplete, eg: S78xxxx55E. So far, the info I had collected from him is his membership card photo and phone number. I had make a report at one of my insurer's workshop. 1. May I know whether we should provide the real driving license for other party to take photo at the accident site? If not, a membership card also ok? 2. What is the info that we should collected from other party at the accident site?
  2. Dear All, I'm posting on behalf of my colleague who was involved in a hit and run accident. Till today after report TP, TP say camera at junction is too blur could not capture the details of the car and no news of the bugger. However, if someone had died, i think IMO it will be a different story. Any way car was in workshop for a week and had to pat excess $800 for damage before claims. Hope someone here can really help and NAIL the bugger coz he may really kill someone on the road Below is her account..... I am writing to you, appealing for witnesses or any information with regard to a hit-and-run accident that I was involved in. I was involved in a hit-and-run accident on 18/9/2015 at about 10.25pm. I was travelling along AMK Ave 10 and at the cross junction of AMK Ave 10 and AMK Ave 3, a light/cream/silver coloured car turned right while I was intending to go straight. The traffic light was not in his/her favour and he/she hit the left side of my vehicle while turning right. That car stopped along AMK Ave 3 and did not come forward to talk to me. I parked along AMK Ave 10 and about 3 minutes later, the car drove back along AMK Ave 3, probably to see whether I was dead, and decided to U-turn and drive off. I know there were motorists and pedestrians who had witnessed the accident. Unfortunately, I did not manage to catch the full car plate number. However, I managed to catch half of it and it ends with 4984A. His/her left side of the car is probably seriously damaged as well. I think there are red scratches all the way from the front to the back when I saw him/her making the U-turn. Please, if your workshop or you know of anyone repairing this car, please inform me. Please come forward if you have any information. You can contact me at 9773 4498. I hope that you can understand the feelings that I am going through and that I or my passenger could have been seriously injured in this accident. Personally, the most important thing now is to get this person and be held accountable for the accident that he had caused. I have attached the photo of my damaged car and the Chinese newspaper article that reported my accident. Please, forward this email around. Help me catch this guy. Your help is greatly appreciated, even if you just forward this message. Thank you. Regards, Michelle
  3. Was on the way to Changi airport yst to pick up relatives. Saw a accident involving taxis and private car. The road along the airport is quite a mess now. If you drive to airport once in a blue moon, better watch out. The road has become hazardous particularly with the long queues of taxi IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD. This is due to the relocation of terminal 1's taxi arrival and car park. And I'm sure the accident I saw wasn't the first nor the last. Pls drive cautiously slow upon sight of airport.
  4. Drink driving? Speeding? RIP to the lorry driver. http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/singaporeseen/this-urban-jungle/lorry-driver-dies-volkswagen-driver-arrested-after-morning-crash-on-bke The New Paper Wednesday, Dec 24, 2014 A collision between a lorry and a sports car yesterday morning left one driver dead and the other arrested. The accident happened at about 3am on a slip road on Bukit Timah Expressway towards Woodlands. It is not known how the two vehicles collided. The impact was so great that the lorry spun a few times before stopping, Lianhe Wanbao reported. The lorry driver, believed to be 59 years old, was trapped in his vehicle. The front of the sports car, which was about 80m away from the lorry, was wrecked, with a fallen bumper and a broken windscreen. The lorry driver was pronounced dead by paramedics at the scene, a Singapore Civil Defence Force spokesman said. His family members were at the mortuary yesterday but declined to speak to reporters. The New Paper understands that the sports car driver, who is in his 20s, had minor injuries. IN SHOCK He was seen sitting by the road in shock as two friends comforted him, Lianhe Wanbao reported. It is believed that he initially refused to go to the hospital, but was later sent to Tan Tock Seng Hospital. He was later arrested for causing death by a negligent act, said a police spokesman. Police investigations are ongoing.
  5. anybody has any idea how to claim diminished value after car is repaired. Let's say to claim against the 3rd party.
  6. SYF77

    Road death

    According to a report issued by the Campaign for Global Road Safety, someone is killed or seriously injured in a traffic accident every six seconds. In addition, some 3,500 people are killed in car crashes every day. This means traffic fatalities are a global epidemic on par with malaria and tuberculosis, according to the report. Every year, some 1.3 million road deaths happen globally, and they are the No. 1 global cause of deaths for young people aged between 10 to 24. Approximately 260,000 children die in car accidents annually, according to the World Health Organization. "The epidemic has reached crisis proportions," wrote Kevin Watkins, a Brooklings Institute researcher who authored the report. He commented that the problem is set to become worse in the years ahead. That is not hard to comprehend as countries such as China are experiencing rapid growth in vehicle sales. "There are no surprises or hidden magic bullets for tackling the road traffic injury crisis," Watkins wrote. "Vehicles need to be separated from vulnerable road users, such as pedestrians and cyclists." Measures that could be taken to improve the situation include providing dedicated bicycle lanes and public education. In Singapore, we have the Singapore Road Safety Council (SRSC) which holds road safety campaigns through the year.
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