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A recent encounter at a Singaporean carpark has sparked outrage among locals, highlighting the importance of respecting parking regulations and displaying courtesy towards fellow drivers.


The incident occurred at a Season Parking carpark, where a Malaysian-registered vehicle pulled into a slot on the second floor, a rare find during the peak hour of 7:30 pm. However, the driver’s joy was short-lived, as she was unaware that the parking spot was reserved exclusively for Season Parking holders. When politely informed of the mistake, the driver claimed ignorance, citing her non-Singaporean status.

The witness said:

This Malaysian registered car was driven I frontnof me to my Seasoned Parking carpark. And she found a slot at the 2nd floor (which is not so common during 7.30pm), she just parked there. I told her that this is only for Season Parking holders. She said she didn’t know…..I agree ( not being a Singaporean). I told her nicely to park in the higher decks….she shouted at me ” Very Funny!”…..thats where I got pissed off and took pic and sent in this and also called the LTA to report the incident….

Actually my intension was to educate a Foriegn Registered car driver to abid rules of Singapore. Her reply was nasty (” Very Funny!”) And that why I posted this here to let every1 know. Nothing to do with which country or who to call….I can even call the SPF, CNB, SCDF, HDB, LTA, MOM or even the Ghost Busters…..thats not the point here….make every complaint a worth while learning experience….

While the initial response was understanding, the situation took a turn for the worse when the driver was asked to relocate to a higher deck. Instead of apologizing or cooperating, she reacted aggressively, shouting “Very Funny!” at the person who had pointed out her error. This outburst of hostility prompted the individual to take a photograph of the offending vehicle and report the incident to the Land Transport Authority (LTA).


This episode serves as a reminder of the need for drivers to familiarize themselves with local parking regulations, particularly when driving in a foreign country. It also highlights the importance of maintaining a courteous demeanor, even in the face of mistakes or corrections. By doing so, we can promote a more harmonious and respectful driving culture in Singapore.

The incident has sparked a wider conversation about the responsibilities that come with driving in a foreign country. While it is understandable that visitors may not be aware of local regulations, it is essential to take the time to learn and respect the rules of the road. This includes being mindful of parking restrictions, which are in place to ensure a smooth and efficient traffic flow.

In this case, the driver’s failure to comply with parking regulations and her subsequent aggressive behavior have led to a formal complaint being lodged with the LTA. The incident serves as a warning to all drivers, both local and foreign, to be aware of their surroundings and to conduct themselves in a respectful and considerate manner while on the road.

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