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E-BIKE SPOTTED RACING AT 140KM/H AT MARINA BAY AND CHANGI COAST ROAD

On April 15, 2024, a video was posted online showing an illegal and modified e-bike/PMD/PAB (Personal Mobility Device/Personal Active Mobility Device) travelling at a speed of 140km/h in Marina Bay and Changi Coast Road. The video sparked comments from netizens expressing their concern and frustration over the issue.

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Netizen 1 commented, “They win again,” while Netizen 2 said, “If something bad happens to these riders, the parents will say ‘But my son is a good and filial person.'” Netizen 3 pointed out that the law would still punish the driver if they hit the rider, and Netizen 4 suggested that Singapore should build a racetrack for these riders to show their talent.

Netizen 5 addressed a government official, urging him to look into these bikes, while Netizen 6 joked about buying the same bike and Netizen 8 hoped that the authority would catch these racing riders instead of targeting innocent e-bike users.

Some netizens also suggested that LTA should build a runway track for these riders, while others warned about the danger of these high-speed bikes. Netizen 9 simply said, “Fall down…fall down…fall down…”, and Netizen 10 criticized LTA and SPF for not taking enough action.

Overall, the video and comments highlight the growing concern over the illegal and modified e-bikes/PMDs/PABs on Singapore’s roads and the need for stricter enforcement and regulations to ensure the safety of all road users.

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If a rider of an e-bike/PMD/PAB falls at a speed of 140km/h, the consequences could be very severe and potentially life-threatening. At such high speeds, the rider could suffer from serious injuries such as fractures, head trauma, internal bleeding, or even death. The impact of the fall could also cause damage to surrounding objects or other vehicles on the road. It is important to note that riding any vehicle at such high speeds, especially on public roads, is illegal and extremely dangerous, not only for the rider but also for other road users. Therefore, it is crucial to adhere to traffic rules and regulations and prioritize safety at all times.

Image source: SG Road Vigilante screenshot

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