If you ever find your Jazz’s brake lights not turning off even after you switch the engine off, this post might just be what you need. This happened to me and I learned several new things about not just the Jazz but also how brake pedals work to toggle the brake lights.Continue reading Fix your Honda Jazz’s always-on brake lights
Jack’s Jazz has had its COE renewed for 5 years. While I contemplated scraping the car, the joy of driving the Jazz proved too much of a pleasure that drove me to renew the COE–which by the way, can be done online–and I did just that. As we also know, a 5 year COE renewal basically spells the death penalty for the car after that period of time.
But hey, until the 15th year rolls by, I’ll carry on bumming around with the stylishly bland hatchback. So, here’s to another 4 years and 9 months of Jazzing around!Continue reading I renewed the COE for my Jazz GD1 for 5 years
Here’s a hot tip for drivers new and experienced. Regardless of the time of day, signal even when no one is looking. Statistics show that 72.8% of accidents happen either due to a lack of signalling or one done too late.Continue reading Signal even when no one is looking
Happy New Year, y’all! It’s been a while since I’ve updated. I know, it’s entirely my fault for neglecting updates on Singcarpore. But, life happens. Yes, that’s another excuse. Why can’t I stop making ’em? No, I don’t make excuses.Continue reading Jazzing into 2017
I want to talk about truck, van, lorry, and heavy goods vehicles. Before that, let us all rise and give their drivers a standing ovation.
As if driving a car isn’t difficult already, with e-scooters, bikes, bicycles, random pedestrians, children dashing across the roads, insurance scammers and all manner of roadly activities happening–truck drivers are a different breed altogether.Continue reading Respect the truck drivers
It’s been two months since I got behind the seat of the Taffeta White Jazz. In that time, I’ve not met Death yet, but other drivers were surely close friends of It.Continue reading Thoughts on the Taffeta White Jazz after two months
You see all sorts of drivers on Singapore roads. Human beings are intricate creatures and no two persons behave the same. Thus, no two cars will handle similarly. Yet, what makes our road tick? Why do so many of us get to our places eventually without fuss?
The answer is driving in a predictable manner. What is that? I’m glad you asked.Continue reading Predictable Driving
Car Detailing is the act of cleaning your vehicle to showroom standards. Go to a car show and you will see cars with surfaces so reflective and clean, you can see your own booger in the reflections.Continue reading What is Car Detailing?