Transport & Motoring

CarCare.sg is Your One-Stop Portal for all Car-Related Requests

CarCare

Buying and maintaining a car in Singapore is very expensive. In addition to fuel, road tax and insurance, cars require regular servicing and maintenance to function smoothly and avoid breaking down, which will lead to hefty repair bills. Even with a new car, preventive maintenance is necessary to keep the vehicle at tip-top condition. Car Servicing One-Stop Portal Fortunately, CarCare.sg, Singapore’s first car-servicing portal, seamlessly connects both drivers and car workshops from all across the island. If you are looking

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Transport & Motoring

The 7 smart ways to shave your petrol bill in Singapore

While many parts of the world are enjoying declining petrol cost, Singapore faces an inverse trend. The copious number of traffic lights and low speed limits are no stranger to Singaporeans; they work together to stretch the energy bill further.  But overcoming these loathsome road characteristics is not exactly an Herculean task. Essentially, it just requires some minor tweaks to your driving behavior and the car. Tires inflated to the proper pressure can improve petrol mileage by up to 3.3%.

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Transport & Motoring

What are the car attributes that suit me best in Singapore?

Given the legion of car models available in Singapore, settling on a final purchase decision is no easy feat. Indeed, it is both time-consuming and cumbersome to test-drive the myriad of cars to make an informed choice. However, relying on time-honoured brands, word of mouth and (preferably independently produced) statistics could effectively pose as practical shortcuts to the lengthy decision-making process. Additionally, the flowchart below serves to aid you in identifying the specific car attributes that fit your personal wants.

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Transport & Motoring

A (potential) survival guide for the next SMRT crisis

Singapore has always prided itself on being competitive. We thrive and prosper when we stay ahead of competition. To achieve this, the Singapore government has diligently invested large sums of money  and committed significant efforts to various productivity measures and educational initiatives. One of the noteworthy productivity controls would be the reduction of lean waste, commonly referred to as DOWNTIME, which stands for Defects, Overproduction, Waiting time, Non-utilised or idle people, Transportation time, Inventory surplus, additional Motion to obtain out-of-reach

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Transport & Motoring

Is it worth getting a car in Singapore today?

In most countries, a car is a necessity. This applies especially to large countries where people need to take great pains to traverse from one city to the next that may be hundreds of miles apart. Furthermore, for an enormous country, extensive infrastructural developments for an efficient public transportation system are not only costly but time-consuming. Not to mention the strong political will and tenacity required to win over the support of affected residents for a given construction project. Battling

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