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In recent years, food delivery has become a significant trend in the food industry. Rather than cooking and cleaning up after themselves, many people are now choosing to have their food brought to them. This is great for those who don’t want to spend time in the kitchen, but it can be hard to find a reliable company that will deliver quality food at an affordable cost. We’ll look at the 5 top companies that provide high-quality cuisine everywhere in Singapore in this blog post!
Selecting the right motorcycle can be a difficult decision for a rider as there are countless models and brands with varying benefits. One of the big focuses is whether the bikes will come in an automatic, semi, or manual transmission. While riders argue that one type is better, each has its own benefits and drawbacks. The following are some pros and cons that we hope might help you.
COVID-19 has hit the global economy badly and Singapore’s is not an exception. Thousands of jobs have been cut down, hundred thousands of people lost their jobs. Thus, working as a private hire temporarily or permanently can be considered as a good way to supplement income during the bad economic situation or simply to get a job quickly with low entry barriers. You just needed a driving license with at least two years of experience to become a Grab driver.
If you’re in the market for a motorcycle, you’re probably looking at the newer and popular models. Who doesn’t want to cruise down Changi Coast Road on a shiny new bike, right? In Singapore, a new high-end European motorcycle model like a Vespa can cost up to S$19,000. You can also opt for popular Japanese models like Honda and Yamaha for less than S$10,000. Remember to ask for quotations and compare prices among dealerships. But before you visit one, consider the points below to estimate the overall cost of motorcycle in Singapore.
Wondering if it is worth to buy a new motorcycle? Despite the relatively lower cost of a motorcycle as compared to a car, purchasing your new ride requires a certain level of commitment and there’s more to consider than just price and depreciation. Here’s some food for thought with our easy guide!
You constantly think of roaming around Singapore on a motorbike. You always fancy exploring the city on 2 wheels instead of some long-awaited and fully packed public transports (bus, MRT), especially during this COVID-19 period which social distancing is a priority.
If you already had a motorcycle licence in a foreign country, congratulations! You only need to register for a Basic Theory Test, which takes about 1 hour, in order to convert to a Singaporean 2B licence (total cost is about $60).
Even the most experienced riders can’t predict what will happen on the road. Yes, it could be part of the thrill, but the worst could also happen as you’re weaving along the lanes on your motorcycle. That’s when motorcycle insurance comes in. A financial protection against damage or injury resulting from a traffic collision involving your trusty bike. In Singapore, you need at least an insurance policy that covers for third-party liability. What’s that? And what other types of motorcycle insurance are available? Let’s find out!
Are you a motorbike owner or do you know anyone who enjoys the adrenaline rush that only bikes can give? From motorbikes that go fast and furious to your good ol’ reliable wheels, motorcycles of different styles channel different vibes. A vehicle reveals plenty about the owner, conveying a particular image and status, and can even be something close to your heart. After all, it’s much more interesting to own a vehicle that expresses your true self. Now, what kind of motorcycle suits your personality type?