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    5 Deadly Motorcycling Myths, Debunked

    This one’s not a myth: riding a motorcycle can be very dangerous. 2019 statistics indicate that motorcycle and pillion riders account for 1 in 2 of all road fatalities in Singapore. And yet, a million cautionary tales later, here you are, helmet and all. We understand the convenience that your bike affords you, and certainly the high that comes with hurtling down the expressway with the wind in your arm hairs. But before you put foot to peg, here are 5 motorcycling myths that could cost you your life, and our tips to staying safe on Singapore’s roads.

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    Motorcycle Singapore Guide – Getting Your License & Buying A Motorbike in Singapore

    Sick of squeezing onto the MRT every morning, but not about to commit financial suicide by taking out a car loan? Well, riding a motorcycle solves both of those problems.

    But the road to owning and riding your own bike is a long, arduous one, and probably more expensive than you thought it would be, now that COE has gone through the roof in the past 4 years.

    Still, any biker will tell you it’s totally worth it. So let’s get started.

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    Road Regulations and Motorcycle Safety in Singapore

    In Singapore, those who are tasked with road management are the Land Transportation Authority (LTA) and the Traffic Police (TP). The LTA is responsible for making sure that the road facilities are in good condition and the TP are tasked with enforcing the rules and providing education, which is very important for the safety of motorcyclists.

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    How to earn money and live well in Singapore?

    Known as the world’s most expensive city, living in Singapore could be a matter for people that do not have a well-paid job. However, it is not something impossible to have a good standard life in Singapore.

    Here are some useful tips that can help you to make money and live “cheaply” yet happily in Singapore. Happy reading

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