Covid-19 Cars Taking Too Long A Break

Yes, car rules are relaxed by LTA during the Circuit Breaker (CB) and remain so as we go into Phase 1 of our re-opening post Covid-19. We write “car rules” because it has not been the same for commercial vehicles …

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We have had quite a bit of interruption to our lives recently and this has extended to car COE bidding and COE renewals as well. LTA has taken unprecedented action to have bidding halted in the month of April 2020. …

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The COE ups and downs are euphoria for some, scary for others, depending on which side of the COE fence you are on!

We have been saying it was exciting times for COE bids and renewals – and of course it is! Especially when we see a large drop in COE prices in the first bid exercise of February 2020, there is always worry on one side (dealers looking to sell their used cars fearful their prices have to be slashed), and gleeful hand-rubbing on the other side (those looking to purchase a new car soon). So of these different groups, who will stand to benefit and who loses out? Let’s find out!

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Is this what we see in the coming months for COE renewal?

As it happens, this article was about to come to public view only a few days later, but we felt the need to rush it out for the benefit of all those who are having cars with COE renewal in …

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COE is mixed in latest bidding exercise, but not as cute as this mixed breed

So how did it go at this latest bidding? They are calling it mixed, and we had predicted a drifting lower, as there has been no changes in the quota, and no driving force behind COE demand, but that’s not …

COE Renewal Price | Results for October 2019 Read more »

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