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YISHUN CAR LEAVES HIGH-BEAM LIGHT ON @ NIGHT, RESIDENT KENA DISTURBED

A resident of Melody Spring @ Yishun, Nur Aisry, has expressed her frustration on the Facebook group Complaint Singapore about a car that consistently shines its headlights into her bedroom every night. The car in question is a black Honda Vezel, which parks with its headlights on, seemingly in high-beam, for around 10 to 15 minutes after midnight.

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Aisry’s post on Apr. 20 highlights the inconvenience and disrespect she feels due to the bright lights that penetrate her bedroom even through her curtains. She has asked for consideration from the driver, who may not be aware of the problem, as the car park is directly opposite her block.

In her Facebook post, she said:

Recently, a Honda Vezel is parked at the highest floor of Melody Spring Yishun carpark. I find it so inconsiderate and disrespectful that the driver is shining its bright lights directly to my bedroom window every night. This always happens when im about to sleep which is around midnight. Even with curtains, the lights shine through. And not only that, the driver smtimes keep the lights on for 10-15 mins after parking!!

If anyone recognise the owner of SNP****J tell him/her to PLEASE stop doing this. Nowadays the carpark is always facing HDB so be mindful if u wanna park facing the block bcos anything bright shines directly at our window.

(happened around 12:06AM, 20 April 2024)

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Some commenters suggested that Aisry purchase blackout curtains to mitigate the issue, while others advised her to approach the driver directly. However, other users pointed out that leaving the engine running with the headlights on is a violation of the Environmental Protection and Management (Vehicular Emissions) regulations. This offense includes leaving a car running when stationary or parked for reasons other than traffic conditions.

Furthermore, some commenters noted that even if the driver was unaware of the headlight issue, it is still a matter of common courtesy to avoid disturbing neighbors. The tightly-spaced layout of most HDB blocks requires a higher level of tolerance from residents. Nonetheless, Aisry’s post raises awareness about the importance of respecting neighbors’ peace and privacy, even in public spaces like car parks.

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