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Published: 4:22 AM, December 12, 2015
Updated: 8:19 PM, December 21, 2015
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For The driver who wants to level up

BMW Driving Experience

From S$1,000 | bmw.com

 

When it comes to driving, there’s always more you can learn. Like other luxury car brands, BMW offers a number of driving courses abroad to expand a person’s driving abilities, no matter their skill level. For example, earlier this year, we attended BMW’s Alpine Drive Experience, held in New Zealand’s Southern Alps. Participants were taught the finer points of controlling an all-wheel drive BMW on snow and ice, and how to safely — and quickly — navigate tricky conditions. Not only is it hugely informative, it’s also mega-fun. Other advanced driving courses from BMW, and other car manufacturers such as Porsche and Ferrari, offer everything from defensive driving to competitive international racing series.

 

For easier breathing in the cabin

Octygen Inrush air purifier

S$250 | octygen.com.sg

 

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