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Electric Vehicle Adoption in Singapore

Let’s face it, Singapore has all the right ingredients to excel in the adoption of more electric cars on the road. Furthermore, electric cars are becoming more mainstream, and you’re likely not alone in wondering whether an electric car is right for you. As the technology supporting electric cars (EVs) and batteries continue to improve, drawbacks such as high cost, limited range, performance issues, long charge time, and a dearth of charging stations are fading away.

ERP Rates To Decrease At Selected Gantries Till End Of Year

Drivers will be pleased to know that Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates at selected roads and expressways during specific time periods will be decreased to either S$0.50 or S$1.00 with effect from November 16 until December 31, 2019.

$7 Million Grant To Help Food Delivery Riders Affected By Footpath Ban Replace Their E-scooters With Other Devices

A $7 million grant has been introduced to help food delivery riders replace their electric scooters, after the Government banned the devices from footpaths earlier this week. Under this scheme, food delivery riders who trade in their existing e-scooters will receive up to $1,000 each to buy a power-assisted bicycle, or $600 for a bicycle.

LTA Issues Over 100 Warnings On First Day Of PMD Ban

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) issued more than 100 warnings to errant personal mobility device (PMD) users as of 5pm on Tuesday (Nov 5), the same day that a ban on e-scooters from footpaths took effect.