Avgas is one type of Aviation Fuel:
Aviation fuels are petroleum-based fuels, or petroleum and synthetic fuel blends, used to power aircraft. They have more stringent requirements than fuels used for ground use, such as heating and road transport, and contain additives to enhance or maintain properties important to fuel performance or handling.
Jet Fuel 4 (JP4):
JP-4 used to be the primary jet fuel for the USAF but was phased out in the 1990s because of safety problems. A few airforces around the world still use it but there is very little production.
That make sense. Why change a car after 5 years and pay high COE to buy a new when there are still 5 years left on the existing COE?
Spend some money on thorough servicing and “upgrade”.
If a new colour, or new trimmings and gadgets are what you like, why not splurge your “hard earned $$” on impressing your colleges, friends and family.
You are probably familiar with the Hokkien term “Kiashu”?
I wonder how this will work out when its all EV’s
The 2nd hand value will be almost non existant for those that keep renewing so residual value will be low.
Will you need to pay to scrap?
What will happen to all the batterys in Singapore? ( Imagine across Asia)
Only because they have value overseas, (or your in the pro-rata coe refund zone), 2nd hand EV, how will they look as a grey market import to another country?
If the car is scraped and plenty exist the local exporter might dismantle it for parts.
When they are old and low value they might get crushed, you pay for that.
The value starts dying after a few decades as you cant borrow money when only 30 years remain nor can you use your cpf/pension fund as a deposit
Private leasehold has been taken back for zero, tenants kicked out, will that be the SOP for HDB?
Nobody knows what will happen to HDB
You should tell the locals, traffic jams are a feature of Singapore roads, you pay extra to drive on a conjested road, pretty funny when you think about it.
They are spending lots on infrastructure, new underground lines have been a constant for 20 years.
One going under Loyang Avenue now, not many passengers for that?
I presume you have been to Jakarta, KL, Bangkok??
Have you tried getting about in any of these places during rush hours?
If you have that should make you appreciate the orderly, efficient but expensive Singapore.