Singapore drivers are annoyed and stressed

Singapore drivers are annoyed and stressed

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
20 Jan 2016

AIG Singapore’s Head of Auto, Ms Wong Siew Lee, said Singapore drivers are frustrated on the roads as they have to deal with escalating unsafe and inconsiderate behaviour.

“This rise in impatient and reckless driving can be seen in latest Traffic Police data where the number of speeding violations increased by 6.5 per cent from 261,540 violations in 2013 to 278,545 violations in 20142. Fatal accidents involving speeding also increased, from 39 accidents in 2013 to 42 in 2014,” said Ms Wong.

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