An average Singaporean spends close to $100 every month on transport. Why not stretch every dollar spent on public transport by accumulating points and collecting rewards from there?

If you have friends who earn S$3,000 a month but somehow own cars. Chances are, they’re over-leveraged or… They sell cocaine for a living.

The guide to Chinese New Year car rental comparison 2018. So going to rent that Porsche 911 Carrera this Chinese New Year. Oh, wait! That turns out to be more than my monthly salary.

The story of how a S$19,370 car ends up getting sold for S$92,582 in Singapore.

What are you really paying for when you buy a car?

Do you usually Grab for short or long distance? Here is what’s best for you! Or best, don’t cab at all!

A comparison of petrol prices and best credit card discounts for 92-Octane, 95-Octane, 98-Octane and diesel in Singapore, updated for January 2019. Includes newly opened Sinopec!

Here’s a compilation of Car Parks with free parking in Singapore.
It is already expensive enough to own a car in Singapore. Other than petrol fee, one can also try to save on parking fees to help save more in the long run.

With Uber’s departure in early 2018 and Go-Jek’s entry in late 2018, are we looking at the renewal of the war on prices again in the private car hire market? Read more to find out how my experience with Go-Jek’s prices versus Grab’s has been so far!

Is it worth it to tie yourself to one company with their subscription services?

The last few months have been eventful for the ride-hailing industry in Singapore. With Go-Jek’s release of its BETA app version, will it bring cheaper rides and better driver incentives, and how do they plan to go head on with Grab’s dominance in the market?

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