If you ever used the PLUS Highway from south to north, you would have stumbled upon packs of Singaporean superbike riders making their way swiftly and freely towards their destination.
However, from a recent video clip that has gone viral, some of these superbikes can be seen covering up their license plates, probably to avoid being caught on the Automated Enforcement System (AES).
Watch the video here:
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The bikers might have used some sort of black tape to cover their license plates. Smart or just plain wrong?
Coincidentally, this video was shared just a few days after Singapore released a statement that the country will deny entry to some foreign vehicles (read: Malaysian) due to fines.
Allegedly, Malaysian motorists owe almost RM100 million in outstanding fines in Singapore.
What we can see is that both Malaysians and Singaporeans are breaking the laws in each other’s backyard. Hence it would be great if all of us would just settle our fines, behave ourselves and respect the local laws whenever we venture into the neighbouring country instead of bickering on which country has more faults than the other.
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