Is party bus illegal in singapore?

SINGAPORE — Over the past two months, authorities have confiscated six party buses, often adorned with strobe lights and serving those who frequent popular nightlife spots. Crimes include illegal modifications and causing people without a valid license to drive buses.

Is party bus illegal in singapore?

SINGAPORE — Over the past two months, authorities have confiscated six party buses, often adorned with strobe lights and serving those who frequent popular nightlife spots. Crimes include illegal modifications and causing people without a valid license to drive buses. LTA said it received feedback that some party buses began offering services in nightlife areas such as Boat Quay and Clarke Quay when Phase 2 of Singapore's reopening began. In Phase 2 of Singapore's reopening after the COVID-19 circuit breaker, most businesses have resumed operations, but some entertainment venues such as nightclubs and karaoke shops are unable to reopen.

LTA officers have seized 6 party buses along Boat Quay and Clarke Drivers are unable to sell alcohol and smoking is not allowed in the vehicle. In July and August, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) seized six party buses in Singapore. Since party buses often serve groups of party-goers, such services could affect efforts to limit Covid-19 transmission. By starting a service to transport alcohol-fueled revellers, party bus drivers believe they are keeping drunk motorists off the roads.

In addition to illegal modifications, the LTA has also detected other crimes, such as driving without a valid vocational bus driver's license, insurance coverage, and road tax. Because Unity functions more like a collective of passionate minibus drivers than as a company, there is no standard design for vehicles. After a 2-month operation against these errant service providers, LTA successfully confiscated 6 party buses in July and August. Mr.

Yazid is one of about 20 drivers on Unity Limo Party Bus Singapore, also known as Unity, one of the few companies that offer such limousine services here. The so-called party bus provided music, alcohol and karaoke to customers during Phase 2 of Singapore's reopening. In addition to illegal modifications, LTA officers also found other crimes, such as driving without a valid bus driver's vocational license, insurance coverage, and road tax. You can also contribute by informing the authorities of any party buses you have found through the One Motoring website here.

Party bus fares depend on your needs, please refer to the list below before making any reservations. The United States may have its limousines, but party buses are Singaporeans' idea of a glitzy and extravagant night out. On July 24 of last year, a 31-year-old woman booked Anuar's party bus service through WhatsApp after a recommendation from a friend. In addition to illegal modifications, the culprits also encounter other crimes, such as driving without a valid professional bus driver's license, insurance coverage, and road tax.

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