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Self-driving Sentosa shuttle from next week

ST Engineering's autonomous vehicle management system, will allow the vehicles to analyse passenger demand and optimise route management.

Motoring News | 21 Aug 2019

Rule change allowed car buyers to access bigger loans

Little-known rule change made two years ago has allowed car buyers to be exempted from car loan curbs if they wish.

Motoring News | 19 Aug 2019

Fatal accidents involving heavy vehicles hit three-year low in 2018

According to the Traffic Police, fatal accidents involving heavy vehicles continued to decline last year, hitting a three-year low

Motoring News | 16 Aug 2019

Car COE renewals lose steam after sizzling first quarter

Car COE revalidations which allow motorists to keep their wheels beyond 10 years by paying a prevailing quota premium were more than halved in May to 3,282.

Motoring News | 14 Aug 2019

No dearth of shared bikes with exit of biggest player

Commuters will be able to continue using bicycles from bike-sharing firm Mobike, even as the Chinese firm leaves the Singapore market.

Motoring News | 13 Aug 2019

PMD certification deadline now at July 2020

All e-scooters will also have to go for mandatory inspections from 1 April next year, as a result of the recent spate of PMD-related fires.

Motoring News | 7 Aug 2019

NEL leads the way as rail reliability improves

The NEL clocked an average of 955,000 train-km between delays, putting it on a par in terms of reliability with the networks in Hong Kong and Taipei.

Motoring News | 7 Aug 2019

Loophole in regulations still allow up to 90% loan on the purchase price

Registering a company continues to allow individuals to legally obtain a 90% car loan, although current loan curbs require at least a 40% cash down payment.

Motoring News | 5 Aug 2019

Viaduct collapse trial: Cracks found one month before fatal PIE incident

Structural defects had been discovered but support structures were not redesigned

Motoring News | 2 Aug 2019

SMRT Trains' losses soar to $155m on higher operating costs

Losses mount for rail operator SMRT Trains, as maintenance expenditure now accounts for 71% of rail-fare revenue, up from 45% just three years ago.

Motoring News | 1 Aug 2019