Can We Really Live In A Carless Society?
Instead of the vrooming of car engines, two towns in Europe listen instead to the gentle whirr of cyclists and the sound of people chattering. Vauban, a town in southern Germany banned cars twenty years ago and Merwede, a district in the Netherlands is currently following suit. Even on our own shoreRead More >
Weekly Car Lease Deals: Go Electric
After several months of setbacks due to COVID-19, automakers are finally back to greeting customers with generous lease deals. When compared to buying and financing a vehicle, leasing generally requires lower initial investment and taking advantage of a zero money down offer can help you saRead More >
Is ‘Mobility-as-a-Service’ the future of transit?
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is a web-based application that provides access to multiple transport options with only a single payment channel. Whether you want to take a bus, bike, taxi, metro or ride-share, the service links everything together and presents it on a single interface. If using cars aRead More >
Singapore's Love Affair with Cars and the COVID-19 side effects
Owning a car in Singapore is more than just a form of transport, it's also a symbol of social status as it is often associated with the upper class/middle class. This is why despite having a COE price which is skyrocketing, you still see a rising demand for cars. It has been loved so much that it haRead More >
The Decline in Driving
Gone are the days where you saved up your pennies for your first set of wheels; the ultimate symbol of freedom and independence. The fundamental rite of passage of buying your first car is fast becoming a thing of the past as less and less Millennials and Gen Z’ers are driving. Let’s take a look atRead More >
Which traditional petrol-head companies are jumping on the electric bandwagon?
Automobiles such as GMC’s Hummer have long prided themselves as an emblem of power and wealth. But many people loathed the gas-guzzling machine with some protestors even spray painting ''gross polluter'' over a bunch of Hummers in a 2003 stunt. To be successful in today’s environmentally conscious wRead More >