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date
Date:

28 October 2023

time
Time:

8.30am - 1.00pm

location
Venue:

Marina Bay Sands, Expo & Convention Centre,
Cassia Junior Ballroom

price
Price:

Members: $10
Non members: $20

date
Date:

28 October 2023

time
Time:

8.30am-1.00pm

location
Venue:

Marina Bay Sands, Expo & Convention Centre, Cassia Junior Ballroom

price
Price:

Members: $10
Non members: $20

About the event

Following the recent unfortunate road accidents involving Singaporean drivers abroad, AA Singapore recognizes the growing need to equip drivers with the necessary skills to manage and navigate diverse driving scenarios and environments in foreign countries safely.

The Automobile Association of Singapore invites you to attend the Overseas Safe Driving Forum 2023. The theme of the conference focuses on ‘Prepare Well & Drive with Confidence!’ Local and overseas road safety experts will also share their valuable insights and knowledge.

Mark your calendars for the event scheduled to take place at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre on 28 October 2023, as the conference along with an exhibition provides a unique opportunity for drivers to gain knowledge alongside road safety professionals, automotive manufacturers, and other industry stakeholders.

Proposed programme

OVERSEAS SAFE DRIVING FORUM 2023

8.30am

Guest registration

9.15am

Guests to be seated

9.25am

Arrival of AA President, Mr Bernard Tay

9.35am

Welcome address by AA President, Mr Bernard Tay

9.45am

“Leading Causes of Vehicle Accidents” by AA Singapore, Mr Tay Chay Sim

10.00 am

“Insuring Your Safety When Driving In Foreign Countries” by AA Singapore Insurance Agency, Hafiz Razif

10.10am

Know Your Limits on the Roads by Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS), ASEAN Road Safety Centre, Prof Wong Shaw Voon

10.25am

Sharing of Practical Tips & Experience on Road Trips in Thailand by Thai Ecotourism & Adventure Travel Association (TEATA), Mr Nantapol Khaimuk

10.40am

How to enjoy driving in Japan without traffic accidents by Japan Automobile Federation (JAF), Mr Yoichi Yamano

10.55am

Tea Break

11.15am

“Challenges Tourist Drivers Face in New Zealand” by AA New Zealand, Mr Terry Collins

11.30am

“Safe Riding in Urban Cities” by International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP), Mr Ferry Smith

11.45am

Member’s Experience Sharing by Mr Tan Hun Twang

12.00pm

Panel Discussion

12.30pm

Presentation of token of appreciation to speakers

12.40pm

Group photo-taking

12.45pm

End of programme

Speakers

Mr-Wong

Professor, Universiti Putra Malaysia

Professor Dr. Wong Shaw Voon

Chairman, Board of Directors, Malaysian Institute of Road Safety
Research (MIROS), ASEAN Road Safety Centre

Ferry new

Board of Trustee

Mr Ferry Smith

International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP)

Terry Collins

Principal Policy Advisor

Mr Terry Collins

AA New Zealand

Yoichi

Manager, Traffic & Development Division,
Traffic Environment Department

Mr Yoichi Yamano

Japan Automobile Federation

Nantapol-Khaimuk

Vice President

Mr Nantapol Khaimuk

Thai Ecotourism And Adventure Travel Association

Mr-Tay-Chay-Sim

Senior Technical Consultant and Trainer

Mr Tay Chay Sim

AAS Academy

Hafiz

Manager

Mr Hafiz Razif

AAS Insurance Agency Pte Ltd

Mr-Tan-Hun-Twang

Resource Panel Member

Mr Tan Hun Twang

OVERSEAS SAFE DRIVING FORUM
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

OVERSEAS SAFE DRIVING FORUM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

This event is to create awareness among AA Members and the public on the importance of safe driving, by equipping them with the right knowledge and to be better prepared when driving locally and overseas.

Date    : 28 October, Saturday
Venue : Marina Bay Sands, Expo & Convention Centre Cassia Junior Ballroom
Time    : 8.30am to 1.00pm

Over the years, the Automobile Association of Singapore has always been at the forefront to advocate road safety in campaigns and outreach programmes. As a strong advocate of road safety, we have been partnering the authorities to promote safe driving through various campaigns such as organising safe driving forums for our members and the public.

In recent months, there have been several reports of road fatalities involving Singaporean driving overseas, including Malaysia. Many of these accidents could have possibly been prevented if the drivers were better prepared. AA Singapore recognises the need to create better awareness among our members and the public and equip them with the knowledge needed for both local and overseas driving.

Some of the topics include:

  • Leading causes of vehicle accidents
  • Challenges Tourist Drivers Face in New Zealand
  • Safe riding overseas in urban cities, Netherlands
  • Driving overseas in Malaysia, Thailand and Japan
  • Sharing of experience by members

They include local and overseas panel of road safety and safe driving experts, who will share on best practices, knowledge, and tips for overseas driving.

Yes, this event is open to both AA Members and Members of Public.

AA member: $10
Public: $20

There will be some coffee and tea before the commencement of forum and light refreshment during tea break.

Each participant will receive an attractive goodie bag worth up to $150.

For interested parties, you may wish to register and make a full payment at https://www.aas.com.sg/osdf2023

You may also approach our customer service officers at any of our AA outlets for assistance.

We accept online payment through Visa, Mastercard, Amex and UnionPay

Seats are limited, based on first come, first served basis.

Unfortunately, there is no special concession rate for corporate bulk purchase. Forum passes are chargeable at $10 for AA member and $20 for non-member. Please email Ms Rachel Lee or Mr David Vella at osdf2023@aas.com.sg for enquiries on bulk purchase.

Forum passes are non-transferable and non-refundable. In the event of emergency, it will be reviewed on individual case basis. Decision made by the organiser will be final.

This event is to create awareness among AA Members and the public on the importance of safe driving, by equipping them with the right knowledge and to be better prepared when driving locally and overseas.

Date    : 28 October, Saturday
Venue : Marina Bay Sands, Expo & Convention Centre Cassia Junior Ballroom
Time    : 8.30am to 1.00pm

Over the years, the Automobile Association of Singapore has always been at the forefront to advocate road safety in campaigns and outreach programmes. As a strong advocate of road safety, we have been partnering the authorities to promote safe driving through various campaigns such as organising safe driving forums for our members and the public.

In recent months, there have been several reports of road fatalities involving Singaporean driving overseas, including Malaysia. Many of these accidents could have possibly been prevented if the drivers were better prepared. AA Singapore recognises the need to create better awareness among our members and the public and equip them with the knowledge needed for both local and overseas driving.

Some of the topics include:

  • Leading causes of vehicle accidents
  • Challenges Tourist Drivers Face in New Zealand
  • Safe riding overseas in urban cities, Netherlands
  • Driving overseas in Malaysia, Thailand and Japan
  • Sharing of experience by members

They include local and overseas panel of road safety and safe driving experts, who will share on best practices, knowledge, and tips for overseas driving.

Yes, this event is open to both AA Members and Members of Public.

AA member: $10
Public: $20

There will be some coffee and tea before the commencement of forum and light refreshment during tea break.

Each participant will receive an attractive goodie bag worth up to $150.

For interested parties, you may wish to register and make a full payment at https://www.aas.com.sg/osdf2023

You may also approach our customer service officers at any of our AA outlets for assistance.

We accept online payment through Visa, Mastercard, Amex and UnionPay

Seats are limited, based on first come, first served basis.

Unfortunately, there is no special concession rate for corporate bulk purchase. Forum passes are chargeable at $10 for AA member and $20 for non-member. Please email Ms Rachel Lee or Mr David Vella at osdf2023@aas.com.sg for enquiries on bulk purchase.

Forum passes are non-transferable and non-refundable. In the event of emergency, it will be reviewed on individual case basis. Decision made by the organiser will be final.

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