Some may feel we are not quite ready, but shops and restaurants will remain open. Will it push COE higher as we return to normal?

So the first bid of September 2021 was a three week gap bid, meaning that prices tend to go upwards on those bidding days. Why is this so? We mentioned this in our earlier article, where were reported on the …

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Mountains or valleys ahead? Or maybe just flat roads

Good news for new car buyers? Every COE Category for cars has softened compared to the previous bid, where every single Cat, A to E, went up in the final bid of July 2021. The reaction of the last bid …

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Seat belt pretensioning prior to collision helps prevent injuries. Hopefully, we warned of the tightening COE quota in time to save you some for your COE renewal in 2021.

We claimed in our previous prediction last month that it would be a cinch for the average man in the street to guess the direction of the PQP renewal price for June 2021. And so, it did go as expected …

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Radiators cools car engines, COE is cooled by?

COE PQP price for June – this is too easy to predict the direction now, anyone in the street will know the direction of where this is headed. It will be headed up for the month of June, with good …

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Singapore Cars on the Shears Bridge headed east towards Changi and west into town. Are we on a point where our COE is neither headed north nor south for a while?

It was announced in the news that the COE quota had been increased, but will this mean a lower COE price for new cars, and over time a lower COE renewal price? Over time, because PQP for COE renewal is …

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