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400 contestants compete to be last one standing in LTA COE Challenge 2013

Posted on 30 October 2013

The last one standing will win $90,000 Cat B COE.


Following the epic success of the just-concluded Subaru Challenge 2013 where a man won a $85,000 Subaru car without a $90,000 COE included, the authorities are organising a LTA COE Challenge 2013.

A total of 400 participants will compete at Ngee Ann City’s Civic Plaza on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013 for the grand prize.

Up for grabs is a $90,000 Cat B COE, which is worth way much more than the price of a car.

Participants will put their hands on oversized COE papers. The last one with the hand on the paper will win it.

Unlike the Subaru Challenge 2013, the LTA COE Challenge is only open to Singaporeans and not to contestants from the region because only Singapore got issue COE for car ownership.

One of the contestants, Hen Xing Fen, said: “I can’t believe I have this once in a lifetime chance of winning a $90,000 COE.”

“This beats winning a Subaru car because a car is worthless without the COE, but a COE will not be worthless even without a car.”

“I believe this LTA COE Challenge 2013 will be a fight to the finish. I expect to be standing for up to one week.”





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  • Ah Lui

    You have just got the best idea of how to distribute COE. Not more bidding. Anyone desperate for a car must go for the biweekly COE contest.

    People always say they are so desperate for a car but no money while those no need car can easily throw some ill gotten money. So now, COE only for the desperadoes. Free some more.

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