Transport & Motoring

4 Types Of Car Loans In Singapore

1. BANK’S CAR LOANS Bank car loans are the most accepted, traditional, and typical route consumers take. Due to their traditional nature, loaning money in the bank requires the completion of fixed procedures that attest your financial stability. You will be asked to complete a loan application that may include: your name, NRIC, date of birth, address, current and previous employers, length of employment, occupation, sources of income, total monthly income, and information about existing credit accounts. This along with

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Places To Find The Cheapest Parking Rates In Singapore (Most Are Free!)

1. IMM BUILDING Eager to go on a shopping spree within your budget? Visit IMM! IMM is the largest outlet store in Singapore that boasts with 80 stores offering discounts of up to 80% all year round. Parking here is free for the first two hours and the first entry. Charges for subsequent time are S$0.30/15 minutes and S$1.07/hour. These rates apply from Monday to Sunday including Public Holidays. Location: 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601 2. MUSTAFA CENTRE

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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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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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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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