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One in three cabbies report ‘driver fatigue’

SINGAPORE: While waiting in line for passengers late one night, cabbie Han Poh Guan witnessed a taxi in front slide and hit a wall as its driver had fallen asleep without pulling up the handbrake. It is common for taxi drivers to doze off on the job because of prolonged driving without a good rest, said the 57-ye.....
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Number of cyclists caught breaking rules: At least three a day

THE number of cyclists breaking traffic rules may have dipped, but they were behind an average of at least three offences a day last year, new police statistics show. These include running a red light and riding on expressways. In response to queries from The Straits Times, police said 1,259 violations involvi.....
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