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MERC DRIVER NOT HAPPY HIS CAR BOOT GOT SCRATCHED BY CARPARK CEILING, WANTS MBS TO COMPENSATE

A 48-year-old Mercedes owner, Mr Guan, parked his Mercedes GLB 180 at a parking lot in the Marina Bay Sands carpark on 12 November.

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He then went to open his car boot and the door then accidentally scraped the ceiling about 2 metres above the vehicle.

Speaking to Shin Min Daily News, Guan said that he had asked MBS for reimbursement via email following the incident.

MBS then replied that they had no legal duty to compensate him for the scratches, saying that they had a height restriction bar displayed at the carpark entrance, with the maximum height being 2 metres.

They added that they had put up a notice about the maximum height limit and that they had complied with the construction management requirements.

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However, Guan insisted that the mall should be liable for the damage to his car, saying that it’s “unfair” and that other car owners might also find themselves in a similar situation in the future.

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