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  1. It has been announced that the Malaysia Road Transport Department (JPJ) is offering a 70% discount on traffic summonses starting today. This includes cases that are blacklisted as well. The discount will kick in for two months, from 13 April to 13 June 2021. According to transport minister Wee Ka Siong, the discount is being offered in conjunction with JPJ’s 75th anniversary. The discount will involve 3.5 million active summonses identified from 2010 to March this year. Those who would like to make payment of the summonses can do so at all JPJ offices and online through the dep
  2. The 39-year-old owner of a motor workshop Fong Kim Exhaust System Pte Ltd in Ubi was charged in court on Thursday (May 6 2021) with three counts of performing illegal vehicle modifications. Raymond Tan Chia Long, the owner of Fong Kim Exhaust Racing Development, was charged under the Road Traffic Act with replacing the exhaust systems of two cars with unapproved systems on three separate occasions. Court documents show the alleged offences occurred in June 2019, September last year and March this year, with one car getting its exhaust system replaced twice. For performin
  3. Saw this post on Facebook recently, thought it would be good to share with all if you have a current TP test date coming up. Bro Wee Boon was suppose to have his TP test today but was turned away by the safe distancing officer and denied entry into CDC as his Trace Together app showed that he possible had exposure to a case confirmed to be COVID positive. If you have such interactions, best to check ahead of time with the driving centre to make sure whether you can enter the premises at all, or have to change date or get a refund. From Wee Boon's post: Hi guys, just wanna g
  4. Article reproduced from The Straits Times Learner motorcyclists and drivers could in a few years' time be assessed for a road licence without the presence of a human tester, if a trial here proceeds smoothly. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has called a tender for a trial of a fully automated circuit that will use technology to test motorcycle riders. The Intelligent Driving Circuit (IDC) will eventually replace the current testing method, which involves a human assessor, for both car drivers and motorcyclists. According to the tender documents on government procur
  5. Repost from SG Road Vigilante: Couple of BMW GS bikes were seen with modified bike racks attached to their motorcycles carrying what looks to be mountain bikes. With the craze over cycling nowadays, not surprising certain motorcycle owners will look to using their bikes to transport their bicycles. A "concerned" (more like kaypoh) motorist actually wrote in to LTA to enquire whether this is legal/approved and like most other modifications, LTA has stated clearly that this is not allowed/approved. Now you know! P.S. Maybe a foldie would work better rather than a full-size 29-er m
  6. Super cool video! SSSGT Stephanie answers some questions from the public regarding the everyday life of a traffic police officer. What questions would you ask TP if you had the chance to? Maybe we could consolidate some questions and share them with TP. P.S. Video is by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore 10000000_434495051180980_1337499517419187656_n.mp4
  7. Bridging Yishun and Seletar, the Yishun Dam has long been a popular recreational spot, frequented by anglers as well as those hoping to catch a glimpse of the sunset. In the early hours of Saturday (Mar 27), however, there was a different buzz of activity. Dozens of vehicles, including more than 30 motorcycles, were pulled aside by officers from the Traffic Police and the Land Transport Authority (LTA). Vehicles lined the side of the road near the junction of Yishun Avenue 1 and Seletar North Link, as officers questioned the motorists and checked under car bonnets, even getti
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