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DRIVER FED UP WITH ELECTRONIC PARKING SYSTEM, BROKE GANTRY BARRIER & DROVE OUT LIKE A BOSS

In an unexpected turn of events, a driver’s frustration with the electronic parking system (EPS) reached a boiling point at a carpark in Choa Chu Kang. The incident, captured on dashcam and shared on Facebook group SG Road Vigilante, showcases the driver’s unconventional solution to a seemingly malfunctioning EPS.

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The Unfortunate Episode

On January 19, footage surfaced on SG Road Vigilante’s Facebook group, revealing a frustrated driver’s encounter with the EPS at Block 253a Choa Chu Kang Avenue 1. The dashcam video, posted by a witness, unfolds a series of events that led the exasperated driver to take matters into his own hands.

In the video, the driver can be seen grappling with the EPS, attempting to exit the carpark with his car door open. Despite his efforts, the gantry barrier stubbornly refuses to open, adding to the driver’s mounting frustration.

Unable to resolve the issue through conventional means, the exasperated driver decides to take matters into his own hands. In an act of frustration, he exits his car and marches toward the gantry barrier. With a determined push, he forcefully moves the barrier aside, clearing the path for his car to exit.

After successfully clearing the path, the driver swiftly gets back into his car and drives off, leaving behind a scene that has since sparked discussions on social media.

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Netizens’ Comments

  1. he provide a quicker solution for everyone behind him.. if i’m behind him, i would root for him too
  2. Good job! I’ll do that if I were him. Taking too long to roll out barrierless system. Try getting stuck at gantry with no response from operator and cars spamming horns behind, it’s frustrating.
  3. Everyone staying there please say ” Thank you uncle”
  4. Ok well done. Thanks for your contributions to the carpark mgmt.
  5. Usually if system jam, the call center will ask driver to ‘push the barrier’ manually .. 
  6. He is not wrong leh, a quick solution for him and those drivers behind him, under this extreme circumstance.
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