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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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    Motorbike mini-trip ideas in Singapore

    The only downside of Singapore is that you can only travel within Singapore. It’s a repetition of activities like dining, visiting friends, jogging, … If you are bored with those, why not try motorcycling in Singapore and get a totally new experience?

    In this blog post, we will give you some refreshing mini motorcycle routes in Singapore that you will love, because we enjoy it too. In fact, as a couple, we do those mini trips many times again and again in the late afternoon, dawn, after dinner, midnight, or even during the day time when it’s cool, during the year.

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    Should I invest in Bitcoin as a food-delivery rider?

    The world is in a very special place now. 20% of all dollars in existence were printed this year alone. The Wall Street stampede is coming to Bitcoin precisely because they can see the turbulence that’s coming.

    Bitcoin has done it again — the cryptocurrency topped $20,000 Wednesday to reach its second record in three weeks and its highest level since 2017. The digital currency has been on a tear this year and is now up more than 180%, driven in part by new institutional support and low interest rates stemming from Covid-19.

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    How much can you earn as a GrabFood or GrabExpress rider?

    Nowadays, working for delivery jobs is a popular choice, given the bad economic situation in 2020 and the flexible nature of the job. You can easily decide when and where you want to work, and even choose what kind of delivery orders you want to take up. You can also join and quit at any day, not like a traditional fulltime job.

    There are cases where food delivery riders earn over S$5,000 per month. This definitely sounds tempting for a job with so much freedom, doesn’t it? Either you want to supplement your income for your family by working part time, or temporary working for food delivery while waiting for the next fulltime opportunity, or dedicated 100% fulltime working long-term for this job, this post would be helpful to you.

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    How do you ensure that your insurance covers “food delivery services”?

    If you want to start working for food delivery services like GrabFood, Deliveroo, FoodPanda, it’s very important that you have the right insurance in place. Various insurance providers in Singapore do help you cover food delivery clause as an extra cover or provide commercial insurance for delivery services.

    If you don’t have the right cover for food delivery work, you won’t be protected if an accident takes place during a session. The application for food delivery job will also get rejected. More importantly, you won’t be riding on the road legally during the time you’re delivering food.

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    Fastest way to get a 2B motorbike licence in Singapore

    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).

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    Best ways to sell your motorcycle in Singapore

    So that time has finally come around. The bike has been serving you for years and you need to get rid of it. Either you’ve outgrown it, you’re a new parent, financial difficulties, moving abroad, or any other reason.

    Although selling a motorbike isn’t complicated at all, there are certainly tips and measures you ‘re going to skip if it’s not something you do regularly. Here I’m going to go, step by step, on the best way to sell your used bike. Let’s hope that it helps make your job easier when the time comes.

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