In this series of articles in collaboration with Use Your Roadsense, an initiative by the Singapore Traffic Police, Bridgestone Tyre Singapore brings to you tips and advice to be a better road user in Singapore.
For the first in a six-part series, we take a close look at the top traffic offences in Singapore, based on data collected by the Singapore Traffic Police in 2019. These range from seemingly harmless offences such as speeding, to serious offences such as drink driving which may result in a jail term.
So how are Singaporean drivers performing so far? In the first half of 2020, the number of speeding-related, drink-driving, and red-light running accidents decreased, when compared to the same period in 2019. Unfortunately, however, the number of speeding-related violations and drink-driving accidents that resulted in fatalities had increased.