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Postby x9200 » Sat, 18 Sep 2010 11:42 am

Sorry Moonfruit, but this is just a BS. Practically all accidents I have witnessed here where motorbikes were involved included some or absolute level of stupidity on the side of the rider. Besides, riding NOT like a muppet also involves some basic prediction skills on how all the muppets around may behave.

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Postby Jonomo » Mon, 04 Oct 2010 1:18 pm

I was thinking of getting a bike too... I have an open class license from Korea, which allows me to ride any size... I've ridden Harleys for a few years and I was thinking of getting a big scooter in SG, maybe 400~800cc scooter I can comfortably ride on the highway..

I think the biggest thing to be weary about in SG is the weird right hand turn system... it can be hard to be seen on a bike when coming across one, so I'd definetly be carefully there...

But as for drivers.. I think SG drivers are great... especially compared to Seoul, Korea, which has one of the highest traffic related accident rates in the world.. and I've ridden here for years, so I'm actually looking forward to riding in SG...

Good luck!

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Postby mophie » Sun, 10 Oct 2010 12:31 am

to register for a motorcycle licence, can always proceed down to any of the driving schools and enquire on the registration of getting a motorcycle licence.

from there, you will get a clearer picture of the procedure.

happy riding!

:D

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sun, 10 Oct 2010 4:30 am

mophie wrote:to register for a motorcycle licence, can always proceed down to any of the driving schools and enquire on the registration of getting a motorcycle licence.

from there, you will get a clearer picture of the procedure.

happy riding!

:D


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Postby Strong Eagle » Sun, 10 Oct 2010 8:07 am

sundaymorningstaple wrote:
mophie wrote:to register for a motorcycle licence, can always proceed down to any of the driving schools and enquire on the registration of getting a motorcycle licence.

from there, you will get a clearer picture of the procedure.

happy riding!

:D


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An advertiser about to come out of the closet?

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Postby mophie » Sun, 10 Oct 2010 10:35 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:
mophie wrote:to register for a motorcycle licence, can always proceed down to any of the driving schools and enquire on the registration of getting a motorcycle licence.

from there, you will get a clearer picture of the procedure.

happy riding!

:D


:roll:


An advertiser about to come out of the closet?


haahaahaa!

an advertiser? for?

kindly enlighten me.

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Postby Strong Eagle » Sun, 10 Oct 2010 10:42 pm

mophie wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:
mophie wrote:to register for a motorcycle licence, can always proceed down to any of the driving schools and enquire on the registration of getting a motorcycle licence.

from there, you will get a clearer picture of the procedure.

happy riding!

:D


:roll:


An advertiser about to come out of the closet?


haahaahaa!

an advertiser? for?

kindly enlighten me.


OK. I'll enlighten you. You are behaving like a typical advertising spammer. You make most irrelevant replies, often to older posts. Then magically, your signature is modified with some advertising spam. We (the moderators) conclude that you don't really have anything useful to contribute, you just want to advertise.

So, You are enlightened. No tag lines pointing to some bizarre website and you are good.

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Postby mophie » Sun, 10 Oct 2010 10:48 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:
mophie wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:
sundaymorningstaple wrote:
mophie wrote:to register for a motorcycle licence, can always proceed down to any of the driving schools and enquire on the registration of getting a motorcycle licence.

from there, you will get a clearer picture of the procedure.

happy riding!

:D


:roll:


An advertiser about to come out of the closet?


haahaahaa!

an advertiser? for?

kindly enlighten me.


OK. I'll enlighten you. You are behaving like a typical advertising spammer. You make most irrelevant replies, often to older posts. Then magically, your signature is modified with some advertising spam. We (the moderators) conclude that you don't really have anything useful to contribute, you just want to advertise.

So, You are enlightened. No tag lines pointing to some bizarre website and you are good.


i m being enlightened by your assumption. thanks moderator.

my signature will be modified with some advertising spam? you can see the future?

conclude that i dont have anything useful? or u assume? or u predict?

well, you r a moderator n i just a newbie. enough said.

you right i wrong.

my bad for joinin a forum n reply to older post.

cheers!


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