How dangerous is it to ride a motorcycle in Singapore?

Is a motorcycle worth it in Singapore?

While owning a motorcycle in Singapore is cheaper than owning a car, it is still a significant financial commitment. Owning a car in Singapore is an expensive affair, especially when we factor in various costs such as Road Tax, Certificate of Entitlement (COE) and servicing costs.

Is it safe to ride a motorcycle in Singapore?


The number of fatalities involving motorcyclists and their pillion riders fell by 5.3% from 76 persons in 2012 to 72 persons in 2013. Overall, we have also seen a decrease of 14.7% in the total number of riders and pillion riders casualties, from 4, 370 in 2012 to 3, 726 in 2013.

Are motorcycles safe in Singapore?

Because of this, Singapore sees approximately 3,500 motorcycle accidents during an average year, and around 500 of those will involve severe injuries. Bone fractures and skull injuries are the most common serious injuries motorcyclists will sustain in Singapore when they are in an accident.

Are motorcycles death traps?

Motorcycles are sometimes referred to, in jest, as “death traps.” In accidents, motorcyclists are more likely to suffer injuries than other motorists. … The impacts can, and often do, cause serious traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, or broken bones.

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