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Workshop owner charged with performing illegal vehicle modifications

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The 39-year-old owner of เทคนิคการเล่นสล็อตขั้นเทพ ที่นักเดิมพันไม่ควรพลาดa motor workshop in Ubi
was charged in court on Thursday (May 6) with three counts of performing illegal vehicle

Raymond Tan Chia Long, the owner of Fong Kim Exhaust Racing Development, was charged under
the Road Traffic Act with replacing the exhaust systems of two cars with unapproved systems
on three separate occasions.

Court documents show the alleged offences occurred in June 2019, September last year and March
this year, with one car getting its exhaust system replaced twice.

For performing illegal vehicle modifications, first-time offenders face a fine of up to S$5,000,
up to three months in jail, or both.

The penalties are doubled for repeat offenders.

Modifying a vehicle illegally is a serious offence, said the Land Transport Authority (LTA) in a media
release on Thursday.

“Such illegal exhaust modification affects the durability and reliability of the vehicle, and increases
the safety risks to both the driver and other road users,” said the LTA. Such modifications can also
result in excessive noise, causing public nuisance, it added.

The agency noted that motorists must seek its approval before modifying exhaust systems.

“Only certified exhaust systems, which have undergone stringent testing in compliance with
international standards, and are compatible with that particular make and model of the vehicle
will be allowed,” it said.

“These exhaust systems are also required to meet the prevailing noise and exhaust emission
requirements set by the National Environment Agency.”
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