If you haven’t heard about the recent e-scooter ban, were you even in Singapore???
It’s pretty unfortunate that extreme measures had to be taken since I personally knew a few friends who were responsible riders.
Alas, the situation got out of hand, and now there’s a new entry to the fines and penalties for personal mobility devices.
You know what happens when you ban things…
Some may be supportive, but some will also get rather angry…
But how will the individuals affected by the ban respond to it?
There’s no doubt that cycling is beneficial for your health, and you can even travel by bicycle!
Who knows, you might end up getting a motorcycle even?
Be careful on the road though, remember to get insurance to cover yourself!
Even if the idea of a ban, or worse, retrenchment is not looming over you, skills upgrade should always be part of your plan.
Don’t feel like using your SkillsFuture Credits for career advancements since your company will sponsor you?
Plus, we all know that as a food delivery rider, you are limited in the number of trips you can make and there’s only so much you can realistically earn…
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