No particular reason.
5.30am should be quite safe.
Congrats LGLab on your driving licence - things are slowly looking up - happy for you!
Wuqi is right, OPC may suit you better. You can use your bike for daily travelling to and from work; that way you do not need to wake up so early. Keep your OPC car in JB for use in JB and driving back to SG on weekends.
Yup, the insurance is about there for you as you r a new driver and also you dont have the No Claim Bonus (NCB) yet. And yes, age also plays a part. Like Arsenal said, get a few quotes to compare
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I am intending to live in JB soon in a condo unit, renting from a relative, near Bukit Indah area.
I would probably buy a used car in JB for daily use there and travel back to SG by bus regularly.
My questions -
Which bus service is the most convenient for JB/SIN and returning SIN/JB ?
Can I drive the JB car to the bus terminal and leave it there for a few days without worry on the car's safety ?
Alternatively, are there reliable taxi services from the bus terminal to and from Bukit Indah area? That way I just leave the car in the condo.
Look forward to some kind advice.
So my question is where can I park the car for free in Bukit Indah area for a few days?
On the roadside? Once I parked for about 30 mins outside the Alliance Bank alongside Giant in Bukit Indah, I got a RM30 ticket!
The carpark inside the Aeon shopping centre is chargable.
touch wood,just in case if you get into a minor accident or if some parts came off or koyak,fret not
their carworkshop has plentiful of spare parts easily availiable.
and yes OPC for you too.
another good idea is if you are not married get a msian wife or gf,buy a msian car and ask her to sent and fetch you to and from work,
but she must be willing and happy to sacrifice for you,if she is not happy and make noise then dump her and
run as fast as you can...i've a 2 friend staying at bukit indah/pelangi doing that so far so good but happy ending yet to be seen
i think quite hard...my friend says brillant idea but i tink better forgo this silly idea lah.:)
1st time you may be lucky,2nd or 3rd time very very good chance your poor car may get cannibalise.:)
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ruin the happiness of your present.
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I have just made a deposit of a Perodua Kenari from a direct seller.
He is selling it for S$24,500 for a normal plate.
I took up the offer.. condition of the car seems pretty good to me.. This tuesday going AA to do an inspection, if rating is good. i will proceed for loan with the bank myself..
Is singapura Finance having the low interest of 1.6% PA for used cars?... hmmm that is better than the usual 1.88% rate...
Why should there be an excess?
The insurer normally imposes some excess as this would serve as a form of co-insurance. With an excess, the insured would tend to be more careful because if a claims
occur, the insured also has to be out of pocket and contribute towards the claim. In general, the higher the excess, the more careful would be the insured and hence the
lower risk of having a claim.
Hi, I like to ask whether there is any advantage to take a loan over paying up given that the interest rate in MY is quite high.
I recently bought a place in Bukit Indah and it will be ready late next year or early 2014. My office is located in Woodlands and my current residence is at Bukit Panjang (BP). I am thinking of moving into JB and renting out my flat in Singapore and drive to work in Woodlands everyday. I must be at work between 8.30am to 9am and finish work around 6.30pm. Is it more advisable to travel by the Causeway since the distance is shorter? What is the jam situation like on weekdays? Is going through 2nd link even a viable option assuming I dont mind the distance but is the time savings worth while (I am assuming the jam in mornings and evenings at 2nd link is not as bad as Causeway). Any tips from those who are already doing the same i.e. work in SG, live in JB, would be greatly appreciated
I have been traveling in and out of JB recently on weekends and feel that I could really get used to living in JB.
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