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    5 trending jobs during the pandemic

    Essential retailers experiencing huge surges in sales need to deliver their products to customers. The number of deliveries has risen up significantly during the pandemic, as the retailers scramble to keep up with the huge spike in sales. Thus, anyone who has a driving license is in demand right now because the demand for a delivery job is keeping rising.

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    Is it dangerous to ride a motorbike in Singapore?

    Singapore is unquestionably one of the world’s most cosmopolitan countries. People come from all over the world to stay here and experience a glamorous but fast-paced lifestyle. This glam Singaporean lifestyle attracts thousands of worldwide travelers. The results can be seen on Singapore’s streets. The long and narrow streets are filled with fast-moving vehicles. This is why riding a motorcycle in Singapore is considered a risky venture.

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    How to improve your Driver Rating

    A 5-star-rating may mean the difference between consistent high-paying jobs or quitting the app altogether. This sounds like a daunting responsibility, but it is absolutely vital. Delivery and rideshare apps use the rating system to measure the ongoing performance and let them understand how drivers interact with customers. If the partner’s rating is below a certain number (usually depending on the city), companies will bring in the partner for a “Quality Session”, which sounds ominous enough.

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    Manual, Auto, Semi-auto bike. Which one should you choose?

    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.

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    Private settlement in an accident and how it works

    A private settlement is a way to resolve consequence of the accident between the drivers without involving the insurers. The settlement may result in one party paying the other or both parties agreeing not to claim from each other. Parties in a motor accident who make a private settlement normally also agree not to make further legal claims against each other. This way of settlement between parties is in a written record and legally accepted.

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    Should I renew my COE or buy a new vehicle?

    Even though the COE price is high, you are not able to pay or renew the COE in installments. Fortunately, you can actually take financial institutions or bank loans (i.e DBS, Maybank etc.) to renew your COE. Also, unlike car loans when you can only loan up to 70% of the car price, you can take 100% for COE renewal.

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    How much can you earn as a Grab driver?

    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.

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    The Do’s & Dont’s Of Riding Motorcycle in Singapore

    Singapore is one of the most cosmopolitan and all-rounded trendy places in the World. There’s something about its emerging and somewhat unknown aura, juxtaposed perfectly with its fast-paced lifestyle that appeals to Singapore’s many thousands of visitors. And the same applies to the roads. They’re narrow and teeming with fast-paced traffic. That’s why riding motorcycle in Singapore comes with plenty of dos and don’ts. So, stay tuned – we’ve got your back!

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    How Much Does It Cost to Own a Motorcycle in Singapore?

    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.

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