well anione here do have experience in escape from summon king...(enforcements officer)....
best to share it overhere...

for my driving technique...(in a case of exceeding speed limit)
just m...

3 Oct 2005
akira Always watchout when u approach overhead bridges, whether pedestrian, or for traffic...

Watchout when going down slopes or bridges...

Watchout for long stretches of shady road shoulders, esp...
3 Oct 2005
mj Quote:
"Formerly posted by lechaq:
well anione here do have experience in escape from summon king...(enforcements officer)....
best to share it overhere...

"

In SG, I simply keep within the ...
10 Oct 2005
lechaq ermmm MANY rm50...
i think i piece is just enuf....
heheheh...
unlesss u reallli suey ler they askin for much hehe
10 Oct 2005
mj Quote:
"Formerly posted by lechaq:
ermmm MANY rm50...
i think i piece is just enuf....
heheheh...
unlesss u reallli suey ler they askin for much hehe"

Per time is RM50 .... but if go from SG ...
10 Oct 2005
lechaq wah dats means nvr lernt ur lesoon...
nwea is just a gd practise.....
prepare for the worst...
heheheh
10 Oct 2005
mj Quote:
"Formerly posted by lechaq:
wah dats means nvr lernt ur lesoon...
heheheh"

NS Speed Limit is 110km/hr ...
To do that speed there, I will not go liao :P
10 Oct 2005
lightfinger I agree with the comment on the bridges, slip roads and long road stretches e.g. woodlands rd, exit fr tampines ecp, Temasek Poly stretch, seems to be a fav esp when it's tempting to 'zam lok ki'
6 Dec 2005
Kr0n Seems like they like to camp out a lot on bridges with shelters. Or at least that's the only time I've seen them. So the next time you see a sheltered overhead bridge, better be careful!
25 Aug 2006
pie_che Yup.. i juz recieve a summon letter yesterday for speeding on 21st aug at PIE between paya laber and enous exit.. Those camper is always at tat spot.. watch out if u r driving there between 1pm-5pm...
28 Aug 2006
lightfinger OT a bit, but the way these guys 'camp', reminds me of CounterStrike days.
6 Sep 2006
Thought of purchasing a car as the price is drooping down...
But not sure which one to choose as the price is relatively near to each other... Anyone care to assist.. Below are the option of car ...

1 Oct 2005
EvilJoe The iVtec is good. The Lancer SOHC is rough man. Toyota VVT is quite refined.
6 Oct 2005
lechaq Quote:
"Formerly posted by EvilJoe:
The iVtec is good. The Lancer SOHC is rough man. Toyota VVT is quite refined."

wat do u mean rough... the engine is it.....
ermmmm......
thx nwea
6 Oct 2005
DNA Yes, if possible go for the iVtecs or some Variable Valve Timing technologies. They generally improve FC and provide better torque on the low end of the RPM range.
11 Oct 2005
lechaq thx bro....
nwea already change me mindset of gettin a swift or better a a sport version.....
heheheh...
11 Oct 2005
Evan lechaq, why the swift (sports) now? hahaha
14 Oct 2005
lechaq well... recommended by my fren....
after reading the paper spec... it just beat the others that lies on its class... hopin the price will drop to 50k.... just wondering the cost for the sport ver...
14 Oct 2005
Longist Hi guys,

I am planning to get a new manual Lancer or Vios cause it is around $50k(my budget). I have try both cars and lancer gives more comford internally.
Just need some advises in techincal...
14 Dec 2005
neutral Technically Vios is better in fuel consumption, range of 14-15km/l compare to Lancer's 12-13km/l. Lancer is more spacious than Vios.

Other than that, I think is up to individual likings.
15 Dec 2005
Longist Will wait for coe next bidding. hopefully the price will down a bit.
Thinking of getting next year 2006 car, heard that will get better resell price. Any idea?
15 Dec 2005
neutral COE is expected to go on a gradual down trend or might hover just around present figure (at least up to Chinese New Year).

Nowadays, there isn't much resale value for cars because new cars are s...
16 Dec 2005
Thought of purchasing a car as the price is drooping down...
But not sure which one to choose as the price is relatively near to each other... Anyone care to assist.. Below are the option of car ...

1 Oct 2005
EvilJoe 1. Nissan Sunny EX 1.6 - Quite a weighty car, space is good

2. Mitsubishi Lancer 1.6 GLX - Affordable jap car, great looks, SOHC engine a bit unrefine, sport package is great dress up

3. Toy...
2 Oct 2005
lechaq let put it dis way.......
u do hav a budget of 55k, which car do u chose.....
take into consideration of...
1)FC
2)space of rear passenger seat(4 or 5) foldable seat at the rear seat..
3)sport...
2 Oct 2005
lechaq Quote:
"Formerly posted by EvilJoe:
1. Nissan Sunny EX 1.6 - Quite a weighty car, space is good

2. Mitsubishi Lancer 1.6 GLX - Affordable jap car, great looks, SOHC engine a bit unrefine, sport...
18 Oct 2005
peterrenault How about trying the Sirion?
Bought the Swift and enjoy the car's handling.
Vios handles well but too many around.
Sunny if you need to have big body.
Corsa good handler but not available now.
19 Oct 2005
lechaq wat i heard dat sirion in later years resale value is????
n i dont realli like the exterior.... nwea thx...

my mind is already set up to get the swift.....
its just a matter of tym and situati...
19 Oct 2005

5 Oct 2005
lechaq Quote:
"Formerly posted by akira:
http://www.oneshift.com/pdb/coed.php?coeid=21&prevcoeid=20&cb=%2Fpdb%2Flcoe.php

Go check it out... "

lets us predict wthr the coe will go north or south fo...
5 Oct 2005
akira Like the migration of the birds, escaping winter...


South
5 Oct 2005
lechaq Quote:
"Formerly posted by akira:
Like the migration of the birds, escaping winter...


South "

thats wat car lovers want...
nwea any support for ur prediction....
news... etc..
5 Oct 2005
neutral It is indeed good news for people who have not buy car yet. Unfortunately for those who have booked (especially gauranteed COE type) will feel the immediate depreciation. Probably those existing ca...
6 Oct 2005
EvilJoe Yea, go for those deak with COE rebid if it fars below a trashold e.g. 10K. I pity those who already book their car, car not even here, already lose money.
6 Oct 2005
akira Quote:
"Formerly posted by EvilJoe:
Yea, go for those deak with COE rebid if it fars below a trashold e.g. 10K. I pity those who already book their car, car not even here, already lose money. "

...
6 Oct 2005
DNA Did any of you went to the showrooms last weekend? Packed like siao, hard to get served.
11 Oct 2005
akira Go during weekday lor. Which showroom, or which car did u go to test drive?
11 Oct 2005
1. Brand : Recommend Caltex Vortex (used all brands, but Caltex gives more power and mileage), avoid SPC (gives less 10% mileage)

2. RON : as recommended by Car Manual, no need to use higher RON...

15 Jun 2005
Vai Interesting. I totally agree with point 2. Never thought of point 3 until now.

What specifically is good about Caltex Vortex? Any second opinions?
15 Jun 2005
akira my favourite currently is mobil 5000, best bang for bucks for my car currently
15 Jun 2005
Evan Quote:
"Formerly posted by neutral:
1. Brand : Recommend Caltex Vortex (used all brands, but Caltex gives more power and mileage), avoid SPC (gives less 10% mileage)
"

Are these measurements ob...
16 Jun 2005
neutral As for point 1 - it is just based on my car. Actually the others like Shell/Esso/Mobil are similarly good, probably 0.1-0.2km/l diff in FC. SPC is definitely out.

If SPC have improved their fuel...
17 Jun 2005
lechaq Caltex all the way..
werks petrol..
more mileage and power...
not sure y??


of coz no to spc.....
18 Jun 2005
Evan Hi lechaq, welcome to oneshift!

I heard SPC improving, but that's business wise. Don't know fuel-wise. hahaha.

Quote:
"Formerly posted by lechaq:
Caltex all the way..
werks petrol..
more ...
19 Jun 2005
SIM37 Quote:
"Formerly posted by neutral:
3. Time to top up : 3 - 4am(coolest) when the fuel is at highest density(gives you more mileage). But this time might not be practicle, hence if possible as late...
20 Jun 2005

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