Riding PMDs on drain cover can lead to S$40,000 fine: PUB
#41
Grad like Uber is actually investing into unmanned delivery. Soon all deliveries will be via drones and vehicle rides via autonomous cabs.

That's why there isn't a need to get all intertwined in this episode.
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#42
9-11-2019 1:07 PM
stinv said:
Drone are banned. You think PMDs can fly?

I thought only deny to restricted areas and need to register if it exceed certain weight?
No? Thinking
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#43
$50 DOLLAR TO TAKE AWAY CITIZEN $40K.THRU CONSTAN STAY IN POWER.

TO MAKE PPL LIVE IN MENTAL DISORDER.

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Citizen Power Game for Citizens to work together to Build a New Social System.

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/singapor...apore-f24/
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#44
Drones man by individuals is the trouble. Unmanned drones that just move from point A to B for delivery is not an issue.

Can be monitored and programmed lah... Singapore is very tiny.
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#45
9-11-2019 2:37 PM
sticw said:
Grad like Uber is actually investing into unmanned delivery. Soon all deliveries will be via drones and vehicle rides via autonomous cabs.

That's why there isn't a need to get all intertwined in this episode.

There are places that are no fly zones........e.g. Changi airport, Seletar airport.....also the use of drones to deliver food has a problem of birds getting to the food or the poos of birds that are present everywhere in Singapore..... Thinking
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#46
9-11-2019 9:31 AM
sdecww said:
Walau Eh!
On the foot path is $2k
On the grass is $5K
On the drain cover is $40k

PMD in Sg must able to fly then can.

Unregistered drone fine is S$50,000

First-time offenders will see maximum fines of S$50,000 instead of S$20,000, and could potentially face jail terms of up to two years. Repeat offenders will face a maximum fine of S$100,000 or up to five years in jail, or both.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/sin...t-12061508
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#47
Laughing
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#48
9-11-2019 10:19 PM
LauHiLo said:
Unregistered drone fine is S$50,000

First-time offenders will see maximum fines of S$50,000 instead of S$20,000, and could potentially face jail terms of up to two years. Repeat offenders will face a maximum fine of S$100,000 or up to five years in jail, or both.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/sin...t-12061508

The penalty imposed does not fit the crime...... Crying Crying
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#49
Every law also got loothole ... if cannot ride pmd then Jus carry the pmd will do ya and no offend committed .. why cannot think ya
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#50
9-11-2019 9:22 AM
Alice Alicia said:
use air can? Laughing

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Air Navigation control act

$100,000 or/& imprisonment
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