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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Transport & Motoring

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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Transport & Motoring

4 Ways To Get Cheap Moving Services In Singapore

Starting a new life as a freshly hired expat or a newlywed couple encourages a new chapter of moving into your new nest. That’s not all, upgrading or downgrading of offices can encourage a relocation plan too. These transitions show that it is important to find efficient moving services at affordable prices. Is that possible in Singapore? Yes it is! Here are the 4 Ways To Get Cheap Moving Services In Singapore… 1. HIRE A PROFESSIONAL MOVING SERVICE Number 1

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Transport & Motoring

2.8 per cent hike in public transportation cost, a fare deal?

Earlier this month, Singaporeans were taken aback when we were told by the Public Transport Council (PTC) that there will be a fare hike of 2.8 per cent in April 2015. It was no surprise that it was met with public outcry when the fare adjustment did not tally with the price of crude oil which has plummeted from $110 a barrel to $45 a barrel. Gas price has in fact fallen for a record of 17 consecutive weeks as

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Lifestyle

How Much Are Your Mistakes Worth in Singapore? #FineCity

Singapore has been dubbed globally as a “Fine City”. The common penalties range from S$200 to S$1,000. Some laws are famous for its outrageous nature such as banning of chewing gums or durians (in public transportation). The strict policies may urge you to be hesitant in your actions but it will surely train your discipline and accountability. 1. NO PIRATED GOODS Much like most of the countries, Singapore has a strict policy for Pirated Goods (e.g., CDs or DVDs) and

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