Give this motorcyclist a Tiger lah! Despite the heavy rain this morning at Shenton Way, the kind gentlemen bothered to get off his bike and push aside...

Was this driver so desperate for the good makan at Old Airport Road hawker centre he would risk his licence to get there faster? This latest driving against...

The sotong-ness of this driver could have led to kids being killed or seriously injured. Fortunately it was a Sunday and school was out. The incident...

This BMW driver just can’t seem to get it up this morning. Her car, we mean. Driving at a car park at TIong Bahru Market, the driver had trouble...

Maybe the government should implement a yearly refresher course for drivers. It might, after seeing how this driver, without form of provocation and through...

A taxi driver crashed into a walkway linking Blocks 816 and 817 Jurong West St 81 this morning, after the sotong driver mistook his accelerator pedal...

Singapore vehicles, among other foreign vehicles entering Malaysia, are supposed to pay RM10, or about S$3.30) in VEP to install a radio frequency identification...

A 68-year-old woman was driving a black Toyota SUV when she knocked into a pedestrian yesterday at around 8.40am in the Tannery Lane vicinity. The reason...

Poor Mdm Long. All the Khoo Teck Puat Hospital cleaner wanted to do was grab some breakfast, but a trip to Hougang left her back in hospital instead. The...

Life is short, and for some road users, it might get a hell lot shorter if they persist in their reckless riding behaviour. Like this e-scooter rider,...

Courage without forethought spells a disaster in the making. Fortunately for one policewoman, she escaped unharmed when trying block a BMW that was driving...

A private bus that mounted a curb crashed into 47-year-old Mdm Wong Lai Cheng and killed her last Thursday. The incident was widely reported in state...

Prams and trolleys should not be used on escalators, said the Building and Construction Authority, as yet another stroller got stuck on an escalator at...

The number of major breakdowns last year– or those lasting more than 30 minutes – have leaped two-fold since 2011. That was reported by the Ministry...