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Drivers with P-plates beware! Thanks to all the comments and recommendations from our previous article on carparks you should avoid, here are five more!
Category: Miscellaneous Advice
For beginners, vertical parking might look easy when it's in the circuit and the only obstacle around the lot are kerbs and grass. Carparks come in all forms of shapes and sizes - with little to no room for one to make mistakes.
While we already have a list of carparks that P-platers should avoid in Singapore, we've decided to extend it by introducing five more infamous carparks to avoid until you've had more experience.
Burlington Square carpark
Located at Bencoolen, Burlington Square consists of an apartment complex building well into its years and various amenities and shops in its vicinity.
Drivers who only have larger and wider vehicles must be extra careful of all the pillars in this carpark when manoeuvring within the compound. One early or late turn will result in your car earning a scratch or even a dent from an oddly placed pillar in the middle of nowhere.
For those who require empty spaces on either side of your car to be able to park properly, you'd want to rethink parking at this carpark as pillars on both sides separate every lot.
Clifford Centre carpark
Located at Raffles Place, most experienced drivers are familiar with this infamous killer carpark.
Upon entering, drivers need to climb up a steep slope and navigate a narrow turn before reaching the first floor. While the area is not as littered with pillars as Burlington Square, you'll find yourself facing a wall every now and then.
Those who are not confident with sharp turns might want to skip this carpark.