1 of 20
Certificate of Entitlement (COE) prices ended mexed in the latest tender on Wednesday (Sept 9). -AsiaOne
M’sian dealer offers cheap resale cars with fake S’porean or M’sian licence plates, claims some of his customers are S’poreans. -TNP
Capitol Piazza, 4-13 September 2015
Hyundai Motor, the nation's top carmaker, launched the 6th generation of its best-selling compact sedan Avante. -Korea Herald/ANN
Toll collection at three major highways in Kuala Lum­pur and seven toll plazas around the country goes cashless. -The Star/ANN
Bus services 75 and 167 will skip a bus stop opposite the Singapore Cricket Club along Connaught Drive. -AsiaOne
22 SMRT bus services will be diverted due to road closures for the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix (F1) from Sep 16 to 21. -AsiaOne
A limousine company which services high-net-worth and VIP customers is suing a number of its chauffeurs -My Paper
When the world's one-and-only Maserati Boomerang reaches the auction block at Bonhams' Chantilly Sale on Sept 5, it is expected to fetch close to £3m (S$6.48m). -BBC Autos
The number of people prosecuted for keeping deregistered vehicles has soared.-My Paper
Uber has strongly condemned the threats and intimidation tactics currently being directed at its drivers. -The Star
Toll rates along several major highways in the country will go up between 20sen (S$0.07) and RM4.70 (S$1.58) from Thursday. -The Star/ANN
The Works Ministry has defended the toll hike, saying that the Government had already subsidised a large amount of toll so as to not burden the people. -The Star/ANN
Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan has directed the Land Transport Authority to conduct a collaborative exercise with rail operators SMRT and SBS Transit this month. -ST
Singapore is embarking on a series of real-life trials to prepare for the day when driverless vehicles become as ubiquitous as smartphones. -My Paper
In 2002, there was only one all-women motorcycle club in Singapore. Now there are six. -TNP
Toyota is currently designing self-driving vehicles that will guide and support humans as partners. -Nikkei Asian Review
More than 24,500 such cars on the road as of August, a 38% jump from same time last year. -ST
With the number of smartphone users in China estimated at about 500 million and rising, using the phones while driving has become the second most popular bad habit among drivers after failing to wear safety belts. -China Daily/ANN
Up to 2,000 taxis are lying idle – unhired as factors such as higher rental and competition from taxi app firms bite. ST