This is taken from a letter sent to The Forum Online in The Straits Times today:

“My wife and I recently retired to Malaysia due to the property rules as well as the high cost of living in Singapore.

“We come back to Singapore to visit relatives and friends and attend medical appointments every two to three months.

“However, the LTA has informed me that as I am not an employee in Malaysia, my wife and I – a Singaporean and Singapore PR – are not allowed to drive our Malaysia-registered car into Singapore.

“I understand that this ruling is to close the loophole in the control of the vehicle population in Singapore, but I hope that the LTA can allow me to drive our Malaysia-registered car in based on the following…”

The writer went on to list 5 reasons, all of which I do not find convincing, ending the …