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Hey Guys,

Would you be interested to make some monthly cashback by providing advertising space for ShopBack to wrap ads around your entire bike?

 

I was considering of repainting my GT and I thought of this idea. I reached out to few cool companies and ShopBack responded positively. However, they would like to get as many bikes to participate as possible. I'm thinking they could be looking at ROI for the cost and effort put in.

 

So, if you are interested (preferably modern models) or you have any qn, pls PM me.

 

Thanks!

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Hey Guys,

Would you be interested to make some monthly cashback by providing advertising space for ShopBack to wrap ads around your entire bike?

 

I was considering of repainting my GT and I thought of this idea. I reached out to few cool companies and ShopBack responded positively. However, they would like to get as many bikes to participate as possible. I'm thinking they could be looking at ROI for the cost and effort put in.

 

So, if you are interested (preferably modern models) or you have any qn, pls PM me.

 

Thanks!

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I am new motorist who is under one year probation

there's a few question that i need to know

 

i was on my way home approximately at 10pm it was a heavy traffic

the speed limit for that road was 70km/h as i passed by a traffic light at a junction (the light was green) , the redlight camera flashes once on my rear , i took a glance at my speedometer it was 115km/h ( approximately 80-90km/h)

 

i know that i din't beat the red light but what i want to know is

1) is the red light camera able to capture speed and flashes?

2) is there any possibilities that it was another vehicle?

3) will i receive a letter from tp and how long does it take?

4) will my demerit points be taken straight away, and how long does it take to be put up online ?

5) last but not least, do i deserve it and was it my fault? the traffic was heavy i was avoiding cars in between me i just accelerate my throttle then i realize my speedometer was at 115km/h

 

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how much u bought it and at where? do pm me if it's inconvenient for u to shout out in the open...thx

 

Hi friends

 

I have bought a LX 150 and can anyone advise a service shop with a good and reliable service at the east side , ie Bedok, Tampines, Kaki Bukit ? Other than usual Tai Hin etc. How is the service at Tai Hin or at the agent Mah ? Any advice would be appreciated? Thanks in advance:P

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Is vespa a good bike to ride? I rode the old px150 which is the manual long time ago... not sure how different is the new auto vespa models compared to the old ones...

I feel the price also abit higher than other jap scooters.

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2000-2002- Yamaha TZR 125, 2002-2002- Vespa PX150 , 2002-2004- Honda Steed 400, 2004-2006- Harley Davidson Sportster 1200S, 2006-2008- Hyundai Tucson, 2008-2010- Honda Super 4 VTEC 3, 2010-2011- Ford Focus 1.4, 2012-2013 Yamaha Fazer FZ6S

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Is vespa a good bike to ride? I rode the old px150 which is the manual long time ago... not sure how different is the new auto vespa models compared to the old ones...

I feel the price also abit higher than other jap scooters.

 

Wow. I was looking at those u rode before. Harley davidson bikes r the beasts on the road. Very eye catching and also loud. Damn cool. That aside, im now riding 2011 modern vespa lx150. I must say its perfect for normal cruising. Easy handling and maintenance.

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Hi everyone. Need some help here. I've been a vespa rider for the past 13 years. My vespa have always have a special place in my heart but due to a personal reason, I have to sell it off now. Due to the price high price of COE when I renewed, I was persued to scrap off my vespa instead. I had always been visiting Tiong Aik for my servicing and they offered to help with the scraping arrangement of my bike at a small charge. I was thinking of keeping master key for memory, but was threatened by the boss that it is mandatory to surrender the whole bike, together with the original master key, helmet box key etc. Else, my vespa would be rejected for scraping and will waste a round trip for scraping. Is this true?

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