As you may know, petrol prices in Singapore remain unchanged despite the plunge in oil prices. According to Bloomberg, a barrel of West Texas Intermediate crude was at a record low of US$1.69 last Monday (April 20). While, Brent crude was at US$25.92 compared to the US$74 usual price 12 months ago. If you are happy with the performance of your usual petrol, that is great! You can stay loyal to that brand. However, unsatisfied customers may still search for
1. DASHBOARD CAMERAS UNIQUE SELLING POINT: A dashboard camera has the ability to record any unforeseen events. PRODUCT PRICE RANGE: Quality dashboard cameras can cost you hundreds of dollars. However, the cheapest one I saw was S$10 in Lazada. The dashboard camera, better known as dash cam, is an on-board camera that continuously records the view of the vehicle’s exterior or interior. It can be attached in many spots including on the dashboard or on the windshield. Due to its
Having a teenage driver is a breathtaking experience that can keep Singaporean parents awake at night. It is normal to worry about the safety of your child on the open road where anything can happen. Who am I kidding? Even my parents are terrified that I am driving as a young adult. If you do not want to pay for increased insurance premiums or medical fees, here are three mistakes that you need to avoid… MISTAKE #1: SETTING AN EARLY BLASTOFF
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.
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