A city with growing population and limited space cannot afford a massive traffic jam. This is why the Singapore government invest billions of dollars each year on public transportation. The government aims to make it reliable, inexpensive, efficient, and accessible for all. With this objective comes the restriction of private transportation. Since 1990, the Certificate of Entitlement (COE) complemented with tax and duties have been introduced to regulate car ownership and road usage. There is no such thing as a
Capping off the year was the application of the price hike as suggested by the Public Transport Council (PTC). This is a part of the Fare Review Exercise, which affects the train and bus services (i.e., including Go Ahead Singapore, SBS, SMRT, and Tower Transit). Notice your remaining balance for the past few days. You may tap out of a station and feel that you have been charged more than the usual rate. The same thing happened when you took
Oh how sleek does the Lamborghini Aventador look? Despite its deceiving beauty, the annual fee of fuel will cost you about S$7, 265. If you are just burning tons of gas in the process, is it really worth to purchase? Now, fuel efficiency may undermine “beauty” but its purpose will help you save a lot in the long run. In Singapore Streets 6. Toyota Prius Masked in Singapore streets are fuel-efficient cars. One of them is the exciting Toyota Prius.
If you have been driving for the past couple of decades, you would have noticed that fuel price has increased by 100% since 1991. It used to cost around a dollar for a litre of 95 Octane and now it has creep to $2.20 a litre in 2014. With increasing population, expect the road to be more congested and that’s when you see more ERP gantries, astronomical COE price and increased excise duty on fuel. Here are 12 fuel saving