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Safe Distancing Measures at Traffic Police's Premises to Continue

The Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced on 19 May 2020 that Singapore will exit the Circuit Breaker and resume activities safely in phases from 2 June 2020. To avoid activities with high risk of transmission, the Traffic Police (TP) will continue using digital means as the primary mode of service provision. Members of the public should defer all non-urgent and non-essential visits to TP Headquarters, and are highly encouraged to access and transact online with TP for any of the following available e-Services:



SIX-MONTH EXTENSION TO REVALIDATE DRIVING LICENCE FOR ELDERLY MOTORISTS

In April 2020, the Multi-Ministry Task Force (MTF) announced various sets of elevated safe distancing measures as a circuit breaker to stop the trend of increasing local transmission of COVID-19. From 7 April 2020 to 1 June 2020, all non-essential activities must be stopped and deferred. This includes the medical examination for driving licence revalidation and practical driving tests.

The Traffic Police (TP) will grant a six-month extension for relevant motorists, those whose licences are due for revalidation, to submit their medical examination reports and proficiency driving test results (applicable only for Class 4, 4A and 5 licences). During this period, the driving licences of these motorists will continue to be valid and they are allowed to drive.

This applies to motorists who fulfil all the following conditions:

  1. Aged 65 years or above;
  2. Birthday falls between 7 April and 6 October (both dates inclusive);
  3. Driving licence is in force; and
  4. Driving licence is due for revalidation in 2020*.

If you fulfil the conditions, you will receive a letter from TP notifying you of the extended deadline to revalidate your driving licence. The letter will provide more details on when you should undergo the medical examination and when to submit the report, and for those who drive a Class 4, 4A or 5 vehicle, on when they need to book and pass the proficiency driving test.

For more information, please refer to the FAQs.

* Holders of a Class 1, 2, 2A, 2B, 3 or 3A driving licence must revalidate their licence every three years once they reach 65 years of age. Hence, they must revalidate their licence when they are 65, 68, 71, 74 … years of age.

Holders of a Class 4, 4A or 5 driving licence must revalidate their licence every year once they reach 65 years of age. Hence, they must revalidate their licence when they are 65, 66, 67, …, 74 years of age. Those aged 75 years or above cannot hold a Class 4, 4A or 5 licence.

In Singapore, you need to possess a valid Singapore Driving Licence to drive or ride a motor vehicle on our roads. The driving licence will indicate which class of vehicle you are able to drive or ride.

This applies to:

  • All Singaporean Citizens
  • All Permanent Residents
  • Foreigners residing in Singapore for more than 12 months
  • Foreigners residing in Singapore for less than 12 months and are employed as drivers holding Work Permits or S-Pass 

If you fall into any one of the above categories and possess a valid foreign driving licence, you are required to convert your licence to a valid Singapore Driving Licence.

If you wish to obtain a valid Singapore Driving Licence, you may commence your training at any one of the 3 driving centres in Singapore: the Bukit Batok Driving Centre, the ComfortDelGro Driving Centre, or the Singapore Safety Driving Centre.

After passing the relevant theory and practical tests, you may apply for, replace, or renew your valid Singapore Driving Licence by visiting our E-Services page.



Digital Driving License

The Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Home Team Science and Technology Agency (HTX), in collaboration with the Government Technology Agency (GovTech), will launch the Singapore Digital Driving Licence (Digital DL) on the Singpass app on 7 March 2022.

 

2 The Digital DL will serve as an alternative official identification document for drivers in Singapore from 7 March 2022 onwards. Singpass app users can access it from the same section as the Digital Identity Card (Digital IC), which enables fuss-free and quicker identity verification.

 

3 On top of information such as date of issuance and classes of vehicles that the motorist is certified to drive, the Digital DL can also display up-to-date information such as the number of demerit points accumulated by the motorist, eligibility for certificate of merit, and the status of his/her driving licence.

 

4 Measures have been put in place to protect the user’s personal information. The Digital DL will display minimal information on the Singpass app’s homepage, and authentication is required to reveal or access the full details. An animated and holographic lion crest will be displayed on the Digital DL to deter image tampering and screenshot spoofing – the lion crest will be absent or appear static if a person simply captures a screenshot or recording of the Digital DL and attempts to pass that off as authentic. Similar to the Digital IC, Singapore driving licence holders will have the option of hiding the display of the Digital DL on the homepage by changing the setting in the Singpass app.

 

5 For more information, please refer to the FAQs below.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

Q1: What is the Digital Driving Licence?

A1: The Digital Driving Licence is a digital card in your Singpass app that displays your photograph, driving licence number, classes of vehicles that you are allowed to drive, status of the licence, demerit points and eligibility for the Certificate of Merit.

 

Q2: How do I access the Digital Driving Licence?

A2: To view the Digital Driving Licence, all you need to do is:

1. Launch the Singpass app

2. On the homepage, swipe left on the Digital IC

3. Tap on the Digital Driving Licence

4. Click on “Show Details” to see the full details of the card

 

Q3: When can I use the Digital Driving Licence?

A3: You can use the Digital Driving Licence to verify your driving licence information wherever required locally.

 

Businesses that require verification of driving licence-related information such as the driving licence class, status of driving licence, etc, are encouraged to use the Digital Driving Licence as the primary means of verification as the information reflected within the digital card will be the most up-to-date. Businesses should verify the driving licence information within the Singpass app. Screenshots of the Digital Driving Licence provided by the motorists must not be accepted.

 

To ensure security, motorists have to authenticate further, e.g. using fingerprint, facial recognition or passcode, to access the full details of their Digital Driving Licence.

 

Q4: How do I attain the Digital Driving Licence?

A4: The Digital Driving Licence will be available on the Singpass app as long as you possess a Singapore driving licence in Singapore and you are eligible for a Singpass account. Learner motorists who have just applied for their driving licence after meeting the requisite requirements will also be issued the Digital Driving Licence, if they are eligible for a Singpass account.

 

For Singpass eligibility, please visit https://go.gov.sg/singpass-eligibility.

 

Q5: I do not have a Singpass account. Can I continue to use my hardcopy driving licence?

A5: You may continue to use your hardcopy driving licence if needed. However, you are strongly encouraged to sign up for a Singpass account if you are eligible for one.

 

Q6. Will I be charged for the Digital Driving Licence?

A6: No. The Digital Driving Licence is provided free-of-charge when it is rolled out on 7 March 2022. When the hardcopy photocard driving licence is made optional in the second half of 2022, the fee policy for the hardcopy and Digital Driving Licence will be reviewed.

 

Q7: Does the Digital Driving Licence replace my photocard driving licence?

A7: The Digital Driving Licence is an alternative identification document for Singapore driving licence holders for verification of driving licence information locally. You can choose to use the Digital Driving Licence in lieu of your photocard driving licence when you are asked to verify your driving licence information. Please note that you may still be required to produce your photocard driving licence, if required in specific situations, e.g. while driving overseas.

 

If you lose your photocard driving licence or the card has been defaced, you are still required to apply online for a replacement of your photocard driving licence via the SPF e-Services platform. You will be required to use your Singpass account to access the services.

 

Businesses that require verification of driving licence-related information such as the status of driving licence are encouraged to use the Digital Driving Licence as the primary means of verification as the information reflected within the digital card will be the most up-to-date. Businesses should verify the information within the Singpass app itself. Screenshot or screen recording of the Digital Driving Licence provided by the motorists must not be accepted.

 

For more information on the various status, please refer to the Annex below.

Q8: An organisation has requested for a screenshot of my Digital Driving Licence. Should I allow them to take a photograph of it?

A8: The Digital Driving Licence is an alternative document for a user to present his driving licence-related information. It is not meant to be screen captured or recorded for security reasons.

If personal data or driving licence-related information need to be furnished, agencies or businesses should use the Singpass Verify or Myinfo services to retrieve the data with the user’s consent. Alternatively, agencies or businesses may manually record the information displayed on the Digital Driving Licence into their own systems. The collection and use of data are subjected to the Public Sector (Governance) Act or Personal Data Protection Act, where applicable.

Agencies and businesses can visit https://api.singpass.gov.sg to find out more about Verify and Myinfo APIs.

Q9: How can I tell if a Digital Driving Licence is legitimate?

A9: The Digital Driving Licence has an animated lion crest with a holographic effect at the right bottom corner of the user’s photograph to deter image tampering and screenshot spoofing. The lion crest is absent or appears static if a person attempts to capture a screenshot or screen recording of the Digital Driving Licence.

 

Agencies and businesses should look out for the animated lion crest with holographic effect to ascertain that the Digital Driving Licence screen is legitimate, and request for users to tap on their device to verify that the presented Digital Driving Licence is not a captured image or video.

Q10: Is it mandatory for me to carry my Digital Driving Licence or photocard driving licence when I drive?

A10: No. It is not required by law to carry your driving licence when you are driving in Singapore. However, if you are stopped by a police officer for checks, the presence of the Digital Driving Licence or photocard driving licence onsite will help the Police to expedite the verification process.

Q11: Why should I use the Digital Driving Licence?

A11: The Digital Driving Licence provides motorists with a secure means of verifying their driving licence information. As the information reflected within the digital card will be the most up-to-date, motorists can access the Digital Driving Licence to view accurate and updated information such as the driving licence status, number of demerit points accorded, and eligibility for the Certificate of Merit when buying motor vehicle insurance.

Q12: If my phone is compromised and hackers have access to my data, will they also get my Digital Driving Licence data?

A12: Singpass is built to ensure high levels of security, such as requiring verification when accessing important information like the Digital Driving Licence. It is meant to withstand most types of security breaches – when threats or altered settings that may compromise the security of the device are detected, the app will lock itself and will not be usable until the threat subsides.

 

However, there may be rare cases where access may be compromised. Therefore, individuals are strongly encouraged to ensure secure access to their devices and the app (e.g. by not disclosing their PIN and setting up only their own biometric profiles for access to their devices) to minimise threats. The latter can be prevented by not jailbreaking their devices, not accessing or downloading suspicious materials on their devices, and performing frequent virus scans.

 

If you suspect a potential breach, you are advised to call the Singpass Helpdesk at Tel no: 6335 3533, and to lodge a police report. You should also reset your Singpass password immediately.

Q13: Is my Digital Driving Licence shown on the homepage of the app? I do not want to show the details reflected in my Digital Driving Licence for privacy reasons. How can I hide it?

A13: By default, the Digital Driving Licence on the app’s homepage reflects only the last four digits of the licence holder’s licence number and photo without any other information. To view the full set of data, you will need to authenticate using your fingerprint, face or passcode, depending on your preferred settings.

 

For enhanced privacy, GovTech has implemented an option for users to hide their My Cards section, including the Digital Driving Licence and Digital IC, on the home screen. Please update your Singpass app to the latest version via the app store to enjoy this feature.

 

To hide your My Cards section by default (i.e. in the hidden state each time the home screen is shown):

1. Tap on the Settings menu at the top right corner of the home screen.

2. Toggle on the “Always hide ‘My Cards’” option.

3. Your Digital Driving Licence will be automatically hidden every time the home screen is shown.

 

You may also choose to temporarily hide your Digital Driving Licence at any time by tapping on the “up” arrow at the “My Cards” section. In this case, the app launches the next time in its last saved setting, i.e. the Digital Driving Licence stays hidden if you have chosen to hide it before closing the app, and vice versa.

 

To quickly unhide the Digital Driving Licence for a transaction, tap on the “down” arrow and authenticate with your fingerprint, face or passcode. Upon authentication, you will be able to access full details of your Digital DL. You will only be prompted to re-authenticate after two minutes.

 

Q14: What should I do if I lose my phone with the Singpass app installed?
A14:
Should you misplace your device, you may choose to deactivate the Singpass app quickly on the Singpass website or install the app on another device to automatically deactivate it on the lost device. You may refer to the instructions here: https://www.ifaq.gov.sg/singpass/apps/fcd_faqmain.aspx#FAQ_1112322.


Q15: Which is safer? The Digital Driving Licence or photocard driving licence?

A15: There are different safety concerns for each type of identification. While a lost photocard driving licence can be used illegally by someone else, the details on the Digital Driving Licence can only be accessed by the Singpass holder (due to the type of authentication required) even if the phone is misplaced.

 

Q16: Can I access my Digital Driving Licence without an internet connection?

A16: The Singpass app requires a user to be connected to the internet in order to retrieve the information. Hence, the Digital Driving Licence will not be available without internet connectivity.

 

Q17: Can I use the Digital Driving Licence overseas?

A17: The recognition of the Singapore Digital Driving Licence overseas is dependent on the country of visit. We encourage you to continue to bring along your photocard driving licence and your international driving permit (IDP) when you travel if you wish to drive in the country of visit. The Singapore Police Force (SPF) will continue to work towards having the Singapore Digital Driving Licence recognised abroad.

 

Q18: I am a business owner who needs to verify the driving licence information of my staff or customer. How do I verify this information?

A18: Companies and organisations are encouraged to verify the driver licence information using the Digital Driving Licence in the Singpass app, as the information reflected within the digital card will be the most up-to-date. Organisations should not request for screenshot or recording of the Digital Driving Licence as it is not meant for record keeping purposes.

 

Q19: Are there other means to verify my driving licence status apart from using the Digital Driving Licence?

A19: You may also visit our SPF e-Services at: https://eservices.police.gov.sg/content/policehubhome/homepage/enquiry/status-of-driving-licence.html to check on the status of your driving licence

 

Annex

 

Digital Driving Licence Status

There are a total of five different statuses that may be reflected in the Digital Driving Licence

 

a. Valid

b. Invalid

c. Expired

d. Suspended

e. Disqualified

 

All statuses except “Valid” will reflect a Digital Driving Licence with a grey background. Please refer to more details on the various statuses below:

 

Valid: A ‘Valid’ status is indicated by a green background. This means that the holder of the driving licence possesses the various driving licence classes, and the licence is regarded as valid;

 

Invalid: An “Invalid” status is indicated by a grey background. This means that the holder of the driving licence has reached the prescribed age and has yet to revalidate their driving licence, and is required to revalidate the licence within three years from the date of invalidation.

 

Expired: An “Expired” status is indicated by a grey background. Motorists may refer to the available “Expiry Date” to find out the date of the “Expiry”.

 

Suspended: A “Suspended” status is indicated by a grey background. Motorists may refer to the available “Suspension Date” to find out the period of the “Suspension”.

 

Disqualified: A “Disqualified” status is indicated by a grey background. Motorists may refer to the available “Disqualification Date” to find out the period of the “Disqualification”.

 

Any revoked licence class will not be reflected in the digital driving licence.

 

Foreigners Residing in Singapore for Less Than 12 Months

If you are a foreigner residing in Singapore for less than 12 months, you must:

  • Possess a foreign driving licence and *International Driving Permit (IDP) issued by an authorised body from your country of origin; or
  • Possess an official translation of your foreign driving licence in ^English if an IDP is not available.

However, if you are a foreigner from an ASEAN member state, you do not need an IDP. Please ensure you have a valid foreign driving licence.

*If you already possess a valid Singapore Driving Licence and need an IDP, you may apply for one at the Automobile Association of Singapore.

^You may obtain a translation from the relevant Embassy, High Commission, or any local registered translation companies in Singapore if your Embassy or High Commission does not provide the service.

 

Drivers Aged 65 Years Old & Above

If you possess a valid Singapore Driving Licence and are 65 years old and above, you need to be certified fit to drive by a Singapore registered medical practitioner. About 8 weeks before your 65th birthday, you should receive a letter informing you to go for a medical examination and a medical form.

Alternatively, you can also download the medical examination form by clicking here.

Completed medical examination reports must be submitted online to the Traffic Police in JPEG or PDF format. You can submit and track the status of your submission by clicking here.

For licence holders of Class 4A / 4 / 5, you may proceed to book your Proficiency Driving Test or Enhanced Proficiency Driving Test at the Woodlands Driving Centre, Singapore Safety Driving Centre, once your medical examination report has been accepted.

Class 2B / 2A / 2 / 3A / 3

If you are certified fit to drive by the Singapore registered practitioner and have submitted your medical report to the Traffic Police, you will be notified of your driving licence’s validity for the next 3 years. You will need to repeat the steps above every 3 years.

If your medical report is unfavourable, you will be notified to surrender your Singapore Driving Licence.

Class 4A / 4 / 5

If you are certified fit to drive by the Singapore registered practitioner and have submitted your medical report to the Traffic Police, you will be notified of your driving licence’s validity for the next 1 year. You will need to repeat the steps above every year until you reach the age of 75 years old.

You may download the FAQs here.

Drivers with Special Medical Conditions or Physical Disabilities

If you have an existing medical condition or physical disability that may render you unfit to drive in Singapore under the law, you will be asked to obtain a confirmation of your fitness to drive at any Singapore registered medical practitioner. 

You may also be required to undergo further assessment by our driving testers to confirm that you are fit to drive on our roads.

 

Classes of Driving Licence

In Singapore, you are only allowed to drive or ride certain types of motor vehicles that correspond to the class of driving licence you possess:

Class

Type of Vehicle

Class 2B

(a) Motorcycles not exceeding 200cc; and
(b) Electric motorcycles not exceeding 15kW

Class 2A

(a) Motorcycles between 201cc and 400cc; and
(b) Electric motorcycles between 15.1kW and 25kW

Class 2

(a) Motorcycles exceeding 400cc; and
(b) Electric motorcycles exceeding 25kW

Class 3CA

Except for Light Goods Vehicles, Mini Vans, and Small Buses;


(a) Motor cars of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver; and

(b) Motor tractors and other motor vehicles without clutch pedals of unladen weight not exceeding 2,500kg.

Class 3A

(a) Motor cars without clutch pedals of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver;

(b) Motor tractors and other motor vehicles without clutch pedals of unladen weight not exceeding 2,500kg; and

(c) Ambulances and Medical transport vehicles without clutch pedals of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver

Class 3C

Except for Light Goods Vehicles, Mini Vans, and Small Buses;

(a) Motor cars of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver; and
(b) Motor tractors and other motor vehicles of unladen weight not exceeding 2,500kg

Class 3

(a) Motor cars of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver;

(b) Motor tractors and other motor vehicles of unladen weight  not exceeding 2,500kg; and

(c) Ambulances and Medical transport vehicles of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver

Class 4A

Omnibus

Class 4

Heavy motor vehicles of unladen weight exceeding 2,500kg which are constructed to carry load or passengers

Class 5

Heavy motor vehicles not constructed to carry any load and the unladen weight exceeds 7,250kg

Updated as of 3 January 2022 
 


Conversion of Foreign Driving Licence

Who?

If you are a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident, or a foreigner residing in Singapore for more than 12 months holding a valid foreign driving licence, you are required to convert your driving licence to a valid Singapore Driving Licence before you can drive or ride on our roads.

You do not need to apply for a conversion if you are a foreigner residing in Singapore for less than 12 months holding a valid foreign driving licence, except:

  • If you are employed as a driver holding a *Work Permit or S-Pass
    • You may drive with your foreign driving licence for not more than 6 months from the date of issuance of your work pass
    • You are required to possess a valid Singapore Driving Licence after 6 months from the date of issuance of your work pass to continue driving here for work

*For more information on Work Pass restrictions, please visit this Ministry of Manpower webpage, or call their hotline at 6438 5122.

 

How?

If you wish to convert your valid foreign driving licence to a valid Singapore Driving Licence, you are required to:

  1. For Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Foreigners Residing in Singapore for more than 12 Months

    Steps

    Action

    Requirements

    Additional Required Documents / Conditions

    (where applicable)

    1.

    Pass the Basic Theory Test (BTT) for driving in Singapore

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    -

    2.

    Apply for the conversion in person at Traffic Police, upon passing the BTT.

    • Original and a photocopy of your passport and NRIC / Entry Permit & Re-entry Permit / Employment Pass / Dependant Pass / Work Permit / Student Pass / Long Term Pass.

       

    • Original and a photocopy of your valid foreign driving licence.

       

    • A fee of $50 (payable by Cashcard or NETS only).

       

    • One matte finish passport-sized colour photograph with white background, eyes looking straight and both ears and eyebrows visible in the photograph. No headgear should be worn unless normally worn for religious purposes. Spectacles or glasses worn should not be tinted.

    For Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

     

    • You must register for the BTT within 3 months of returning to Singapore

       

    • If you are / were studying overseas for at least one year or more, or are / were employed overseas for at least one year or more, please produce proof of stay in the country, where relevant. Examples:

       

      • Educational transcripts
      • Letter of Acceptance by the educational institution
      • Relevant student visa in the passport
      • Income Tax Returns
      • Relevant employment visa in the passport
      • Other supporting documents from employers

       

    • If your foreign driving licence expired with your foreign visa, you must obtain a written extract from the foreign licence-issuing authority. The extract must show:

       

      • Your driving test passing date;
      • Date of issue of your foreign driving licence;
      • Class if licence attained; and
      • Your driving record.

    For Foreigners Riding Motorcycles

     

    • If you have a foreign driving licence that allows you to ride a motorcycle, you may convert it to ride a Class 2B motorcycle once you pass the BTT

       

    • If you wish to ride a Class 2A motorcycle, please produce the following:

       

      • Documentary proof of training and testing with a larger motorcycle;
      • Documentary proof of ownership of a larger motorcycle; and
      • At least 1 year of overseas riding experience on the road.

    For Malaysian Licence Holders

     

    Please produce an extract from the Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan Malaysia (JPJ) displaying the information of your driving record and licence information (obtained not more than 6 months before the date of conversion).

    3.

    Watch the Road Safety video after getting the in-principle approval from the Traffic Police test counters before the application can be processed

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    -

     

  2. Work Permit & S-Pass Holders Residing in Singapore for Less than 12 Months Employed as a Driver
  1. Similar to requirements found in Category A (Steps 1 – 3). Upon successful conversion, you will be granted a Class 3C licence, which will allow you to drive all Class 3 vehicles except:
    • Light goods vehicles
    • Mini vans
    • Small buses
  2. If you require to drive the above vehicles, you will need to attain the Class 3 licence by passing the practical driving test after passing the BTT.

 

Where?

You may book a BTT and apply for your conversion in person at any one of the 3 driving centres in Singapore:


The Provisional Driving Licence (PDL) is a licence that will allow learner motorists to take practical driving or riding lessons during the course of their training to obtain a valid Singapore Driving Licence1, after the learner motorist passes the Basic Theory Test. It is an offence to take these practical lessons without a valid PDL.

Do note that the valid PDL is a digital-issued licence, is valid for 2 years, and that all driving instructors are able to verify them online.

1Select 'Singapore Driving Licence' from the drop-down list above to find out more.

Application & Renewal of PDL

If you wish to apply or renew a valid PDL, you may do so online via our e-Services. Please refer below for more information.


Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

Class of Licence (PDL):

All

Via E-Services

Login with SingPass

Requirements:

Pass the eyesight test & Basic Theory Test at any of the 3 Driving Centres

(The eyesight test will be conducted when applicants register at any of the 3 Driving Centres to book the theory test)

Fee:

$25

Methods of Payment:

e-NETS / Visa / MasterCard / Debit Card


Foreigners Holding Work Passes

If you hold on to one of the following passes:

  1. Employment Pass & Personalised Employment Pass
  2. EntrePass
  3. S-Pass
  4. Dependant Pass (of a. to c. passes)
  5. Long Term Visit Pass-Plus
  6. Long Term Visit Pass

Class of Licence (PDL):

2B / 3 / 3A

Via E-Services

Login with SingPass

Requirements:

Pass the eyesight test & Basic Theory Test at any of the 3 Driving Centres

(The eyesight test will be conducted when applicants register at any of the 3 Driving Centres to book the theory test)

Fee:

$25

Methods of Payment:

e-NETS / Visa / MasterCard / Debit Card


Foreigners Not Eligible for SingPass

Class of Licence (PDL):

2B / 3 / 3A

Via E-Services

Login with FIN Number, Date of Birth

Requirements:

Pass the eyesight test & Basic Theory Test at any of the 3 Driving Centres

(The eyesight test will be conducted when applicants register at any of the 3 Driving Centres to book the theory test)

Fee:

$25

Methods of Payment:

e-NETS / Visa / MasterCard / Debit Card


Foreigners Employed as Drivers

Class of Licence (PDL):

4 / 4A / 5

Apply in Person at Woodlands Test Centre, Singapore Safety Driving Centre:

Bring the following:

  • Valid Singapore Driving Licence (Class 3 / 3C)
  • Work Permit or S Pass (showing your occupation as a ‘driver’)
  • Signed company letter showing you are employed as a heavy vehicle driver by the company

Requirements:

Pass the eyesight test & Basic Theory Test at any of the 3 Driving Centres

(The eyesight test will be conducted when applicants register at any of the 3 Driving Centres to book the theory test)

Fee:

$25

Methods of Payment:

NETS / CashCard


Learner Motorists Aged 65 Years Old & Above

If you are a learner motorist and are 65 years old and above, you need to be certified fit to drive by a Singapore registered medical practitioner before applying for a valid PDL. You can download the medical examination form by clicking here.

Completed medical examination reports must be submitted online to the Traffic Police in JPEG or PDF format. You can submit and track the status of your submission by clicking here.

Once your medical examination report has been accepted, you may proceed to apply for your PDL.


Driving and riding simulator training is mandatory for learner motorists who wish to obtain Class 2B, 2A, 2, 3, or 3A driving licences.

Learner motorists may book the modules and find out information on the payable fees and availability of slots from the respective driving centres in Singapore:

Simulator training provides learner motorists with a realistic, experiential and immersive driving and riding experience, without being physically on the road. Learner motorists will also have the opportunity to practise defensive driving and riding in a safe and controlled environment.

Learner motorists will go through various on-road scenarios to allow them to learn how to better navigate and react to various road conditions and risks. The scenarios for the course are based on the top 10 causes of traffic accidents resulting in injuries, such as high-speed cornering on expressways, cyclists in blind spots, as well as driving and riding in wet weather conditions. 

Learner motorists will only be allowed to take the practical driving or riding test1 upon successful completion of the simulator training.

1The practical driving or riding test must be taken within 2 years of completion of the course.

Eligibility Criteria

Please refer below for the eligibility criteria for the simulation training. 

Type of Learner Motorist

Requirement

Additional Requirement

Class 2B Learner Motorists

Completed at least 5 practical riding lessons.

The learner motorist must not

 

  • be liable for suspension; or
  • be liable for revocation of driving licence as a new driving licence holder; or
  • be under Court disqualification.

Class 2A / 2 Learner Motorists

Nil

Class 3 Learner Motorists

  1. (who are existing Class 3C licence holders)
  2. (who are not existing Class 3C licence holders)

 

  1. Nil
  2. Completed at least 5 practical driving lessons.

Class 3A Learner Motorists

  1. (who are existing Class 3CA licence holders)
  2. (who are not existing Class 3CA licence holders)

 

  1. Nil
  2. Completed at least 5 practical driving lessons.

 

Simulator Training

The simulator training consists of 3 modules. All 3 modules must be completed before learner motorists can attempt their practical driving or riding tests.

Upon completion of each module, learner motorists are able to view the report on the simulator’s side panel. Physical copies of the reports are available upon request.

Module

Summary

Duration

Module 1

  • Familiarisation of the simulators.
  • 5 out of 10 top causes of road traffic accidents.

15 – 20 minutes

Module 2

  • For learner motorists who have completed Module 1.
  • Remaining 5 top causes of road traffic accidents.

15 – 20 minutes

Module 3

  • For learner motorists who have completed Module 2.
  • Hazardous and dangerous situations leading to road traffic accidents.

15 – 20 minutes


Learner Motorists with Medical Conditions

All learner motorists who do not require any modifications to operate a vehicle are required to attempt the simulation training.

Learner motorists who experience adverse symptoms during the simulator module will need to consult a Singapore registered medical practitioner or specialist and seek their assessment if they wish to be exempted from the simulation training. The doctor would also be required to certify if the learner motorist is fit to drive.

The learner motorist is required to submit the relevant and supporting documents from the doctor to the Chief Tester of the respective test centre for assessment.


As part of Traffic Police’s ongoing efforts to enhance our services, promote continuous learning and to make learning content more accessible online to members of public, .pdf versions of the Basic and Final Driving, and Riding Theory Handbooks are now downloadable for free in 4 languages (English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil) on this portal. 

As we continue to develop this portal, new learning content will be added when available.


Educational Videos on Top Causes of Road Traffic Accidents

The animated videos aim to raise motorists’ awareness of the most common causes of road traffic accidents and what they can do to avoid them.

 

Failing to Keep a Proper Lookout

This video is to educate motorists to keep a proper look out for other road users when driving/riding. Motorists are reminded to check right, left and right again for vehicles as well as for other road users before accelerating.

Disobeying Traffic Light Signals Resulting in Accidents with Vehicle

This video is to educate motorists to not beat the red light. Motorists are reminded to slow down when approaching signalised junctions and be prepared to stop at amber.

 

 

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol

This video is to educate motorists to not drink and drive. Instead of driving, members of the public are strongly encouraged to take alternative forms of transport or engage valet services to get to their destinations.

 

  

Failing to Give Way to Traffic with Right of Way

 

This video is to educate motorists to give way to traffic with right of way. Motorists are also reminded to exercise caution and slow down when needed so that there is enough reaction time in order to avoid potential accidents.

 

Turning Vehicle Failing to Give Way to Pedestrians When The Green Man is On

This video is to educate motorists to give way to pedestrians crossing when the Green Man is on. Motorists are reminded to stay within the turning pocket until the pedestrian crossing is clear as well as look out for oncoming traffic before making a turn.

 


Failing to Have Proper Control

This video is to educate motorists to have proper control of their vehicle when driving/riding. Motorists are reminded to always slow down when approaching or driving/riding along bends, slippery surfaces and poor visibility. Travel at a lower speed or switch to a lower gear if needed to maintain control of the vehicle.

 

 

Changing Lanes without Due Care

This video is to educate motorists to change lanes with due care. Motorists are reminded to always signal in advance, check mirrors and blind spots before changing lanes and to plan their routes early to avoid abrupt lane changing behavior.


 

Turning Without Due Care

This video is to educate motorists to exercise care when making a turn. Motorists are reminded to signal early, slow down and stop to give way to other road users and only proceed to make a turn only after ensuring that it is clear to do so.

 

  

Following too Close to Vehicle in Front(Tailgating)

This video is to educate motorists not to tailgate while driving. Motorists are reminded to always maintain a safe following distance with the vehicle in front, watch for the brake lights of the vehicle in front or traffic ahead and be mindful of the braking distance.

 

  

Overtaking Without Due Care

This video is to educate motorists to exercise care when overtaking. Motorists are reminded to slow down when the vehicle in front signals to turn, and only proceed to change lanes after signaling and ensure that the road is clear. Do not attempt to overtake if it puts yourself and other road users in danger.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Basic & Final Driving, and Riding Theory Handbooks

Basic Driving Theory Handbook

Available Languages

 

English

Mandarin

Malay

Tamil

 

Final Driving Theory Handbook

Available Languages

Final Theory Handbook

English

Mandarin

Malay

Tamil

 

Riding Theory Handbook

Available Languages

English

Mandarin 
Malay 
 Tamil

 

The materials are not to be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written consent of the Traffic Police.


Applying for a Singapore Driving Licence

You may apply for a valid Singapore Driving Licence online via our e-Services after passing the relevant tests.

If you have not passed the relevant tests or wish to start your journey to obtain a valid Singapore Driving Licence, please check with any of the 3 driving centres in Singapore listed below.

You may also enrol with a private driving instructor. You may find more information by selecting ‘Passing Rates of Theory & Practical Tests’ from the above drop-down list.


Relevant Tests Before Applying

Depending on the class of licence you wish to obtain, you need to ensure you have passed the following tests and attended the relevant training programmes before applying for a new driving licence.

Class of Licence

Tests

Mandatory Training Programme

All

  • Basic Theory Test
  • Riding Theory Test (for motorcycle learner motorists only)
  • Final Theory Test
  • Practical driving or riding test

For Class 2B only

  • Expressway Familiarisation Ride

How to Apply

Group Applicants

Renew via

Fee

Method of Payment

Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

e-Services

  • Log in using SingPass

$50

eNETS, Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card

Foreigners holding

  • Valid work passes issued by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM); or
  • Student / Long-Term Visit passes issued by the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)

e-Services

  • Log in using FIN Number and Date of Birth

Note: If you enrolled as a learner motorist after 1 Oct 2018, your photograph taken then will be printed on your driving licence. If you enrolled before 1 Oct 2018, please have your photograph taken at the driving centre before applying for your driving licence.

Receiving your Singapore Driving Licence

Upon successful application, you should receive your new Singapore Driving Licence within 7 working days.

Applying a new class of licence for existing licence holders

If you already hold a valid Singapore Driving Licence and have passed a driving test for another class of driving licence, the Driving Tester will affix an endorsement sticker at the back of your existing licence without any fee incurred. The endorsement sticker will show all your valid classes of driving licence. You may get a new endorsement sticker at Traffic Police if this sticker has detached, defaced, or damaged.


Replacing a Singapore Driving Licence

If your valid Singapore Driving Licence is lost, damaged, or defaced, you will need to have it replaced. Please refer below on how you can do so.


How to Replace

Group of Licence Holders

Replace via

Fee

Method of Payment

Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

e-Services

  • Log in using SingPass or FIN Number and Date of Birth

$25

eNETS, Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card

New Permanent Residents holding on to Singapore Driving Licences with expiry periods

Foreigners holding a Valid Singapore Driving Licence

Note: You do not need to have your photograph taken again as you are an existing licence holder. Your previous photograph will be used for your replacement licence.

Receiving your Singapore Driving Licence

Upon successful application, you should receive your replacement Singapore Driving Licence within 7 working days. If you have found your lost Singapore Driving Licence, you will need to surrender it to the Traffic Police upon its discovery.


Renewal of Photocard Driving Licence for Foreigners

All foreigners holding valid work permits (WP) or passes and are holding a valid Singapore Driving Licence will need to renew their licence before its expiry date. As no reminder letters will be sent out, please ensure to renew your driving licence one month before it expires. 

Traffic Police will reject the application for renewal of driving licence for foreigners if:

  • The expiry date of your Singapore driving licence has exceeded more than 3 years; or
  • The expiry date of the work permit / employment pass / student pass / dependent pass and/or other documents showing your extended stay in Singapore is less than one month from the date of application for the renewal of driving licence.

To renew your driving licence, please refer below on how you can to do so. The methods will differ depending on your age group and/or the class(es) of licence you wish to renew.


How to Renew for WP holders below 65 years old

Class of Licence

Renew via

Fee

Method of Payment

All

e-Services

  • Log in using SingPass or FIN Number and Date of Birth

$50

eNETS, Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card


How to Renew for WP holders 65 years old & above

If you possess a valid Singapore Driving Licence and are 65 years old and above, you need to be certified fit to drive by a Singapore registered medical practitioner. About 8 weeks before your 65th birthday, you should receive a letter informing you to go for a medical examination and a medical form.

Alternatively, you can also download the medical examination form by clicking here.

Completed medical examination reports must be submitted online to the Traffic Police in JPEG or PDF format. You can submit and track the status of your submission by clicking here. After doing so, you may renew of your driving licence.

Class of Licence

Renew via

Fee

Method of Payment

2B, 2A, 2, 3, 3A

e-Services

  • Log in using SingPass or FIN Number and Date of Birth

$50

eNETS, Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card

4, 4A, 5

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

  • Ensure your medical examination report has been accepted before booking your Proficiency Driving Test
  • Bring your valid Singapore Driving Licence
  • Bring your work permit, employment/student/dependant pass, and/or other documents showing your extended stay in Singapore
  • Bring one matte finish passport-sized colour photo with white background, eyes looking straight and both ears and eyebrows visible in the photograph. No headgear should be worn unless normally worn for religious purposes. Spectacles worn should not be tinted.

$50

Cashcard, Credit Card, NETS

 

Additional medical examination, if needed

Notwithstanding the above, if there are reasons to believe that a motorist is suffering from a disease or physical ability that may cause him/her to be a source of danger to others when driving, Traffic Police will subject the driver to a medical examination on his/her fitness to drive at a government hospital or specialist institution. Unless the motorist passes the examination, the licence will be revoked.


The Safe Driving Course (SDC) is a non-mandatory course for eligible motorists to educate and correct their dangerous driving behaviours before they become liable for suspension. Upon successful completion of the SDC, these eligible motorists will have 4 of their demerit points expunged after at least 3 working days. If you wish to find out more or apply for the SDC, please visit any of the 3 driving centres in Singapore:

Eligible Motorists

Eligible motorists will be informed by Traffic Police to register for the SDC. These motorists are able to attempt the SDC at the most twice in 10 years, with at least 1-year’s gap in between the attempts. To be eligible, they must meet the criteria below:

Criteria

Pre-Determined Demerit Points

  1. Must be holding a valid Singapore Driving Licence
  2. Must not be a probationary driver
  3. Must not be liable for suspension of his / her driving licence, or be liable for a revocation of probationary driving licence, or under Court disqualification of driving licence
  4. Must have accumulated the pre-determined demerit points
  5. Must not have completed SDC in the past year and not more than one SDC in the past 10 years

The pre-determined demerit points are:

 

  • 8 to 23 demerit points (if there is no existing suspension record); or
  • 4 to 11 demerit points (if there is an existing suspension record).

Examples

  1. Motorists with no existing suspension record will become liable for the first suspension of their driving licence when they accumulate 24 or more demerit points within 24 months. Upon accumulating 8 or more demerit points, they will receive the SDC notification letter if they meet the criteria.

     

  2. Motorists with an existing suspension record will become liable for a subsequent suspension their driving licence when they accumulate 12 or more demerit points within 12 months. Upon accumulating 4 or more demerit points, they will receive the SDC notification letter if they meet the criteria.

 

Curriculum of SDC

The SDC comprises 2 components: The Theory Lesson, and the Practical Lesson. You may refer to the table below for the more detailed curriculum:

Curriculum for Theory Lesson

Topic 1

  1. Accident facts and figures
  2. Traffic accidents
  3. Accident statistics
  4. Common causes of accidents
  5. Why road accidents happen
  6. Black spots

Topic 2

Driver Improvement Points System (DIPS)

  1. The System
  2. Scheduled Offences
  3. Demerit Points
  4. Suspension Periods
  5. Incentives
  6. Fines/court action

Topic 3

Preventable and Non-Preventable Accidents

  1. To emphasise that human error is the main cause of traffic accidents and most traffic accidents are preventable.

     

  2. Defensive driving requires:
  • Knowledge, Alertness, Foresight, Judgement and Skill

Topic 4

Attitude and Responsibilities of a Driver

  1. Qualities of a good driver
  2. Common causes of accidents
  3. Consequences of traffic accidents

Topic 5

Interaction with Other Road Users

  1. Pedestrians
  2. Cyclists
  3. Motorcyclists
  4. Motorcars
  5. Large vehicles

Topic 6

Defensive Driving (Six Adverse Conditions that Lead to Accidents)

  1. Driver conditions
  2. Vehicle conditions
  3. Road conditions
  4. Weather conditions
  5. Light conditions
  6. Traffic conditions

Topic 7

 Case studies of actual accident scenarios

Total Duration for Theory Lesson: 3 Hours 30 Minutes

Curriculum for Practical Lesson

Demonstration by instructor on application of safe driving techniques:

  1. Spacing Rules
  2. Passing Rules
  3. Head-on Collision Avoidance Rules
  4. Intersection Rules
  5. Scanning/Search Rules

Practising safe/defensive driving techniques by participants (Guided safe driving)

Total Duration for Practical Lesson: 50 minutes

Total Duration of Safe Driving Course: 4 Hours 20 Minutes

 


The passing rates of driving and riding theory and practical tests are compiled and published here to allow learner motorists to make an informed choice when they decide which driving centre or private driving instructor to enrol under.

The passing rates are compiled and published according to data accumulated over the last 12 months.

When referring to the passing rates, potential learner motorists should note that Private Driving Instructors are:

  • Affiliated/subscribed to 1 of the 3 driving schools to utilise the school’s facilities (eg. Driving Circuit)
  • Either part-time or full-time as instructors, which may affect the number of students he/she has (eg. A part-time instructor may have fewer students when compared to full-time instructors)
  • Either operating on his/her own or working for a private driving centre, which may affect the number of students he/she has (eg. An instructor operating on his own may have fewer students when compared to instructors working for a private driving centre)

‘Other Candidates’ refer to learner motorists enrolled under Private Driving Instructors.

Learner Motorists’ Passing Rates Enrolled Under Driving Schools


Basic, Final & Riding Theory Tests

First Timer Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Basic Theory Test – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

12,519

12,301

98.26%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

17,886

14,669

82.01%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

5,935

5,238

88.26%

Other Candidates

38,724

27,552

71.15%

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Final Theory Test – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

8,210

8,118

98.88%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

11,613

9,692

83.46%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

5,787

5,348

92.41%

Other Candidates

17,758

14,635

82.41%

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Riding Theory Test – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

3,302

3,230

97.82%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

2,512

2,379

94.71%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,746

1,640

93.93%

Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(Retest) Basic Theory Test – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

496

396

79.84%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

5,872

2,128

36.24%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,264

721

57.04%

Other Candidates

26,333

8,001

30.38%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Final Theory Test – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

843

752

89.21%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

4,251

2,191

51.54%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,212

880

72.61%

Other Candidates

9,403

5,185

55.14%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Riding Theory Test – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

622

597

95.98%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

525

449

85.52%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

554

499

90.07%


Class 3/3A Practical Tests

Class 3 – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 3 – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

3,190

1,469

46.05%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

4,444

2,384

53.65%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

3,167

1,318

41.62%

Other Candidates

7,392

2,953

39.95%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 3 – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

2,985

1,686

56.48%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

4,016

1,976

49.20%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

3,997

1,499

37.50%

Other Candidates

7,738

3,678

47.53%

Class 3A – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 3A – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

4,330

2,284

52.75%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

6,545

3,807

58.17%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

2,279

1,148

50.37%

Other Candidates

10,159

4,381

43.12%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 3A – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

3,039

1,912

62.92%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

4,223

2,477

58.65%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,615

873

54.06%

Other Candidates

8,296

4,714

56.82%


Class 2B/2A/2 Practical Tests

Class 2B – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 2B – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

3,270

1,945

59.48%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

2,526

1,386

54.87%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,593

632

39.67%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 2B – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

1,725

1,233

71.48%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

1,588

950

59.82%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,791

926

51.70%

Class 2A – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 2A – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

1,588

1,125

70.84%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

1,373

905

65.91%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,043

700

67.11%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 2A – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

491

398

81.06%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

589

397

67.40%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

520

351

67.50%

Class 2 – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 2 – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

993

778

78.35%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

795

583

73.33%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

658

507

77.05%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 2 – Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

238

201

84.45%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

241

175

72.61%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

198

152

76.77%



Learner Motorists’ Passing Rates Enrolled Under Private Driving Instructors


Class 3 Practical Tests

Bukit Batok Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No

Name

Contact
No.
(if any)

Private Driving
Centre
(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3 –

Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

 

Total
Tested

Total
Passed

%

 

1

Chong Song Peng

 

 

57

21

37%

 

2

Chua Im Hua

 

 

33

29

88%

 

3

Chua Kun Mong

 

 

41

11

27%

 

4

Goh Hock Seng

98196689

 

38

15

39%

 

5

Goh Hui Seng

 

 

3

1

33%

 

6

Hang Peck Tiang

 

 

80

24

30%

 

7

Lim Boon Seng

93835050

 

55

11

20%

 

8

Lim Kang Hock

 

 

13

5

38%

 

9

Mohamed Yunos Bin Ahmad

67677331

 

24

7

29%

 

10

Neo Thiam Ben

 

 

0

0

0%

 

11

Ng Chin Heng

 

 

20

5

25%

 

12

Ng Keng Hwa

98566210

Daniel Ng Driving Centre

43

15

35%

 

13

Ong Khek Guan

 

 

50

26

52%

 

14

Ong Teck Kiat

 

 

103

29

28%

 

15

Poh Geok Huat

 

 

55

20

36%

 

16

Poh Hang Fong

97070629

 

39

18

46%

 

17

Sai Chew Hwa

93809718

 

90

14

16%

 

18

Seow Eng Wah

 

 

16

8

50%

 

19

Siew Oong Sing

92707447

 

31

11

35%

 

20

Soo Lai Chuan

96848027

 

10

1

10%

 

21

Tan Chye Beng

 

 

10

3

30%

 

22

Wong Ngiam Voon

 

 

5

0

0%

 

 

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No

Name

Contact
No.
(if any)

Private Driving
Centre
(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3 –

Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

Total
Tested

Total
Passed

%

1

Amir Khan S/O Sher Khan

 

 

26

9

35%

2

Ang Teck Boon

96798115

 

93

44

47%

3

Ang Teck Kim

 

 

34

17

50%

4

Azman Bin Abdul Rani

 

 

72

34

47%

5

Chia Choon Khiang

 

 

40

20

50%

6

Chong Ser Ngiam

90258683

 

66

49

74%

7

Chua Chin Seng

92373828

 

63

42

67%

8

Chua Ho San

92228000

 

110

78

71%

9

Chua Kia Seng

 

 

50

23

46%

10

Chua Seng Yeow

 

 

26

13

50%

11

Fong Chong Fat

95559555

 

160

39

24%

12

Foo Moo Lee

98383080

 

1

0

0%

13

Goh Leng Kwang

 

 

55

21

38%

14

Ho Kee Liang

 

 

0

0

0%

15

Kang Cheng Lay

97477675

 

149

40

27%

16

Koh Thian Hua

 

 

46

18

39%

17

Koh Yam Heng

96837847

 

42

9

21%

18

Kuan Kin Tat

 

 

14

9

64%

19

Lau Chai Cheng

 

 

33

6

18%

20

Leong Foo Shui

 

 

130

42

32%

21

Leong Yew Kong

96807677

 

19

9

47%

22

Liew Wee Keong

 

 

26

2

8%

23

Lim Beng Hwa

96650700

 

115

83

72%

24

Lim Guek Hwa

 

 

71

40

56%

25

Lim Lee Meng

 

 

15

11

73%

26

Lim Pien Hong

 

 

59

36

61%

27

Maruthavanan S/O Govindasamy Kunjoo

96918511

 

105

29

28%

28

Neo Chin Seng

 

 

17

11

65%

29

Neo Soun Hong

 

 

31

13

42%

30

Ng Bak Ho

 

 

5

0

0%

31

Ong Ban Seng

 

 

29

11

38%

32

Ong Lek San

96440311

 

14

8

57%

33

Osman Bin Asi'An

 

 

16

10

63%

34

Pang Quek Foo

98183686

 

56

29

52%

35

Sabari Bin Masari

 

 

234

96

41%

36

Seow Koon Cheng

 

 

119

36

30%

37

Siew Sa Wing

94883302

 

49

31

63%

38

Soh Jim Hock Eddie

96354834

 

25

18

72%

39

Sulaiman Bin Moosa

 

 

44

29

66%

40

Syed Ahamad Shah S/O Syed Attar Shah

 

 

21

14

67%

41

Tahar Bin Haroun

 

 

24

6

25%

42

Tan Beng Guan, John

 

 

26

3

12%

43

Tan Bock Sum

93866718

 

14

10

71%

44

Tan Boon Hwa

 

 

35

18

51%

45

Tan Chay Huang Florence

 

 

14

13

93%

46

Tan Cheng Bock

90099414

Soon Tien Driving School

0

0

0%

47

Tan Hang Heong

 

 

21

1

5%

48

Tan How Meng

 

 

1

0

0%

49

Tan Huah Seng

96540820

 

102

46

45%

50

Teo Beng Tiong

96848035

 

24

13

54%

51

Teo Kean Seng

94042881

 

82

32

39%

52

Thia Ang Hoe

 

 

59

27

46%

53

Toh Ban Bee

97340310

 

102

77

75%

54

Toh Yew Teck

96185982

 

49

34

69%

55

Wong Tin Ken

 

 

51

20

39%

56

Yeo Ching Hoo

 

 

19

13

68%

 

Singapore Safety Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No

Name

Contact
No.
(if any)

Private Driving
Centre
(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3 –

Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

Total
Tested

Total
Passed

%

1

Chua Beng Seng

 

 

134

24

18%

2

Eng Lye Choon

 

 

113

22

19%

3

Lai Sze Woo

92975318

 

42

22

52%

4

Leong Tow Seng

 

 

114

18

16%

5

Lim Kwee Ho

 

 

7

2

29%

6

Mohd Sam Bin Dollah

 

 

82

35

43%

7

Ng Keng Hwa

98566210

Daniel Ng Driving Centre

182

86

47%

8

Ong Chee Chye

 

 

164

54

33%

9

Phua Peng Huat

 

 

42

17

40%

10

Poh Ah Kiong

 

 

131

40

31%

11

Poh Chuan Leong

 

 

41

20

49%

12

Steven Ong Choon Tee

97602493

 

35

8

23%

13

Tan Joo Yong

 

 

33

6

18%

14

Tan Lai Huat

 

 

41

14

34%

15

Tan Seng Leong

 

 

102

51

50%

16

Toh Ban An

93888688

 

1

0

0%

17

Wong Ngiam Voon

 

 

54

31

57%

18

Yeo Kiang Wang

 

 

53

7

13%


Class 3A Practical Tests

Bukit Batok Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No

Name

Contact
No.
(if any)

Private Driving
Centre
(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3A –

Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

Total
Tested

Total
Passed

%

1

Ang Hoe Guan

97374757

 

44

14

32%

2

Ang Lian Seng

97566373

 

1

1

100%

3

Choong Soon Fatt

 

 

33

12

36%

4

Lim Boon Seng

93835050

 

245

100

41%

5

Lim Heng Guan

 

 

34

12

35%

6

Lim Kang Hock

 

 

4

4

100%

7

Lim Soon Sim

 

 

39

22

56%

8

Low Wai Hong

 

 

20

10

50%

9

Neo Lam Thong

90064601

 

91

16

18%

10

Neo Swee Ho

 

 

65

19

29%

11

Neo Thiam Ben

 

 

67

20

30%

12

Ng Chin Heng

 

 

11

2

18%

13

Ng Lai Huat

96703033

 

51

29

57%

14

Ng Lian Huat

 

 

38

16

42%

15

Oh Beng See

 

 

4

3

75%

16

Ong Chin Hong

 

 

124

40

32%

17

Ong Eng Leong

 

 

52

4

8%

18

Ong Hock Chai

 

 

35

13

37%

19

Ong We Pho

 

 

11

1

9%

20

Ong We Pok

 

 

11

2

18%

21

Tan Chuan Hock

 

 

47

10

21%

22

Tan Key Chuan

 

 

49

18

37%

23

Tan Kim Seong

 

 

56

26

46%

24

Tan Lai Soon

 

 

46

21

46%

25

Tay Chew Hong

 

 

53

20

38%

26

Tay Hewe Hong

 

 

54

8

15%

27

Tay Pin Hong

 

 

24

12

50%

28

Tay Tiang Chong

 

 

47

4

9%

29

Yap Poo Lian

 

 

30

8

27%

30

Yeow Teck Siong

 

 

46

18

39%

 

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No

Name

Contact
No.
(if any)

Private Driving
Centre
(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3A –

Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

Total
Tested

Total
Passed

%

1

Abd Wahab Bin Maidin

 

 

104

50

48%

2

Ang Chwee Eng

96520233

 

55

20

36%

3

Ang Lee Heng

 

 

37

15

41%

4

Ang Soh Ching

 

 

95

53

56%

5

Ang Yim Ching

 

 

37

22

59%

6

Chan Cheok

 

 

43

11

26%

7

Chan Kok Ann

 

 

15

7

47%

8

Chong Kim Wing

 

 

37

12

32%

9

Chow Jie Seng

 

 

79

43

54%

10

Foo Moo Lee

98383080

 

75

33

44%

11

Goh Ah Kwang

 

 

56

24

43%

12

Goh Ah Tong

 

 

76

40

53%

13

Goh Chin Yuan

 

 

75

47

63%

14

Goh Guan Chuan

 

 

62

28

45%

15

Goh Siew Beng

 

 

83

70

84%

16

Ho Kee Liang

 

 

30

13

43%

17

Koh Yiang Mong

 

 

48

22

46%

18

Lau Chai Cheng

 

 

63

22

35%

19

Law Soon Chai

 

 

57

33

58%

20

Lee Chin Chye

 

 

42

15

36%

21

Lee Liak Hong

 

 

52

29

56%

22

Liew Wee Keong

 

 

72

18

25%

23

Lim Beng Chye

 

 

163

52

32%

24

Lim Eng Soon

 

 

54

17

31%

25

Lim Pek Gek

 

 

41

21

51%

26

Lim Pien Hong

 

 

57

30

53%

27

Loh Lian Choon

 

 

43

26

60%

28

Loy Kue Seng

 

 

88

50

57%

29

Maruthavanan S/O Govindasamy Kunjoo

96918511

 

43

10

23%

30

Neo Chin Seng

 

 

88

52

59%

31

Neo Chwee Pah

 

 

112

45

40%

32

Ng Beng Huey

 

 

64

39

61%

33

Ng Buck Khoy

 

 

54

22

41%

34

Ng Chin Lye

96828502

 

66

41

62%

35

Ng Choon Kwang

 

 

93

35

38%

36

Ong Kok Hua, Albert

96695522

 

95

32

34%

37

Ong Thiam Chai

96848025

 

99

34

34%

38

Osman Bin Asi'an

 

 

51

23

45%

39

Peck Chin Huat

 

 

7

4

57%

40

Peh Ai Soon

 

 

40

10

25%

41

Phua Hak Hwee

 

 

57

23

40%

42

Poh Kok Seng

96169091

 

100

56

56%

43

Sim Wee How

 

 

10

7

70%

44

Sim Yong Choon

 

 

77

38

49%

45

Soh Guan Hong

97382550

 

96

68

71%

46

Song Kong Beng

94770030

 

46

22

48%

47

Song Kong Hong

 

 

58

44

76%

48

Tan Cheng Bock

90099414

Soon Tien Driving School

278

117

42%

49

Tan Cheng Kiat

93887679

 

88

72

82%

50

Tan Cheow Meng

 

 

50

37

74%

51

Tan Choong Meow

 

 

55

30

55%

52

Tan Chwee Huay

 

Lamberts Driving School

62

45

73%

53

Tan How Meng

 

 

1

1

100%

54

Tan Kheng Chuah

 

 

47

20

43%

55

Tan Seow Poh

 

 

85

59

69%

56

Tan Soo Eng

97369250

 

43

19

44%

57

Tan Teng Hoo

 

 

92

55

60%

58

Tay Khoon Teck

96911441

 

148

78

53%

59

Teo Kok Liang

91082021

 

113

54

48%

60

Toh Ban Ann

 

 

114

49

43%

61

Yaa'cop Bin Said

 

 

64

36

56%

62

Yap Gim Huat

 

 

95

17

18%

63

Yap Siak Chok

97488805

 

80

47

59%

64

Yue Kok Kay

 

 

112

70

63%

 

Singapore Safety Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

 

No

Name

Contact
No.
(if any)

Private Driving
Centre
(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3A –

Sep 2021 to Aug 2022

Total
Tested

Total
Passed

%

1

Ang Lian Seng

97566373

 

52

24

46%

2

Ang Pho Tho

 

 

47

17

36%

3

Ang Thiong Hing

 

 

101

43

43%

4

Chew Chong Gee

 

 

37

15

41%

5

Chua Soon Seng

 

 

20

8

40%

6

Chua Tiam Hwee

 

 

34

11

32%

7

Hap Poo Hock

90062398

 

100

70

70%

8

Hassan Bin Amir

 

 

121

33

27%

9

Hei Keng Swee

 

 

41

7

17%

10

Kae Wen Fatt

90230313

 

13

11

85%

11

Kan Wai Keong

96638663

 

66

35

53%

12

Kong Mun Peng Stephen

 

 

4

2

50%

13

Lee Seok Har

96493731

 

124

37

30%

14

Lee Yan Chee

 

 

72

18

25%

15

Lek Choo Cheng

 

 

75

15

20%

16

Liew Yew Seng

97372607

 

70

39

56%

17

Lim Khim Peow

90252525

 

119

19

16%

18

Lim Thiam Eng

 

 

69

10

14%

19

Low Beng

 

 

8

3

38%

20

Lum Chee Weng

83221268

 

141

63

45%

21

Neo Seh Teck

 

 

16

11

69%

22

Peck Chin Huat

 

 

45

16

36%

23

Puan Swee Lam David

97120290

 

73

23

32%

24

Soon Kiaw Guan

96663369

 

88

19

22%

25

Tan Chuan Hock

 

 

2

0

0%

26

Tan How Meng

 

 

103

38

37%

27

Tan Kiang Hin

 

 

55

12

22%

28

Tan Kim Heow

94565365

 

55

11

20%

29

Tan Teng Hoo

 

 

1

0

0%

30

Toh Kok Seng

 

 

85

50

59%



The Driver Improvement Points System (DIPS) is a demerit point regime for valid Singapore Driving Licence holders. It is designed to identify and rehabilitate errant drivers through a system of rewards and punishments.

Depending on the severity of the traffic offence, the licence holder may accumulate anywhere from 3 to 12 demerit points, and offered a composition fine. If the traffic offence is more severe, the licence holder may accumulate more than 12 demerit points and/or be prosecuted in court and face harsher penalties such as heavier fines, imprisonment and/or disqualification of the driving licence.

Suspension of Driving Licence

New or Probationary Licence Holders

New licence holders will be under a one-year probation from the issued date of their driving licence. During this period, the driving licence will be revoked and invalid if the new licence holder accumulates 13 or more demerit points.

Non-Probationary Licence Holders

Non-probationary licence holders will become liable for suspension if they accumulate a threshold of demerit points within a certain period. If the suspension is 1 year or more, the driving licence will be revoked and invalid:

Number of Suspension

Threshold

Suspension Duration

Suspension Duration after successful completion of DIPS Retraining Course

1st

≥ 24 demerit points within 24 months

12 weeks

Reduced to 4 weeks

(may be reduced to 1 week if offences are not accident-related)

2nd

≥ 12 demerit points within 12 months

24 weeks

Reduced to 12 weeks

3rd

1 year

-

4th

2 years

-

5th

3 years

-

6th

4 years

-

7th

5 years

-

To check your driving licence status and demerit points, please visit our E-Services page.

To check the types of traffic offences and its accompanying demerit points and fines, select 'Penalties for Traffic Offences' from the drop-down list above .

Notice of Demerit Points Accumulated

Licence holders will be notified and updated by letter(s) of their demerit points status after they settle every offence where demerit points are awarded. This is to pre-warn the licence holder to improve his/her driving behaviour, and encourage them to remain offence-free for the next 12 months until their demerit points are expunged.

Incentives for Good Driving Behaviour

Licence holders will have their previous demerit points removed from their record if they do not commit any traffic offences within a 12-month period from the date of their last traffic offence committed.

Licence holders will have all their previous driving suspension(s) removed from their record if they do not commit any traffic offences within a 24-month period from the date of their last suspension.

If you are a vehicle owner holding a valid Singapore Driving Licence with a clean driving record for a continuous period of 3 years, you will enjoy a discount over and above the No-Claim Bonus when you renew their insurance policy with participating insurance companies. You must also not have made any claims on your vehicles’ insurance for the past 3 years.


Under the Driver Improvement Points System, demerit points may be meted out to valid Singapore Driving Licence holders when they commit certain traffic offences. They may also be offered composition fines.

Notwithstanding the above, anyone who commits a traffic offence is still liable to face the full punishment(s) that the offence carries. They may be prosecuted in court and face punishments which may include fines, imprisonment, and/or disqualification of the driving licence, depending on the severity of the offence(s).

The Courts can also take into consideration past compounded traffic offences when deciding on an appropriate sentence for errant road users.


Payment of Composition Fines for Traffic Offences

If you have an outstanding traffic offence and wish to pay the composition fine, please visit our e-Services page.

List of Offences with Demerit Points & Composition Fines

You may refer to the various types of traffic offences that carries demerit points and composition fines in the table below:

Traffic Offence

Demerit Points

Composition Fine

Light Vehicle

 

Vehicles classified as Class 2B/2A/2, 3C/3/3CA/3A

 

(Examples: motor cars, motorcycles, light goods van, etc.)

Heavy Vehicle

 

Vehicles classified as Class 4/4A, 5

 

(Examples: tractors, buses, trailers, etc.)

  • Stopping in a yellow box
  • Insufficient warning signals
  • Making an unauthorised U-turn
  • Vehicles with a 60km/hr vehicular speed limit failing to keep left

-

$100

$150

  • Carrying excess pillion or pillion is not sitting astride
  • Rider failing to wear a helmet or wearing a helmet insecurely
  • Disobeying traffic direction of a Police officer, employee of Authority, or security officer engaged in regulating traffic*
  • Conveying load not properly secured
  • Using tyres with ply or cord carcass exposed
  • Driver failing to wear a seatbelt or failing to ensure every passenger wears a seatbelt
  • Driver failing to ensure that a passenger below the height of 1.35 metres is properly secured by an approved child restraint or body-restraining seatbelt
  • Parking abreast of another vehicle
  • Parking within a pedestrian crossing
  • Stopping in a zebra crossing area
  • Parking within a Demerit Points No Parking Zone
  • Stopping within a Demerit Points No Stopping Zone
  • Driver failing to fill up every passenger seat in the driver’s cabin, or any additional cabin or enclosed space provided for the carriage of passengers or goods, before carrying any person on the floor of open deck goods vehicle

3

$150

$200

  • Exceeding the vehicular speed limit by 1 to 20 km/hr*
  • Exceeding the road speed limit by 1 to 20 km/hr*
  • Failing to give way to oncoming traffic at controlled junction*
  • Failing to give way at an uncontrolled junction, junction, or roundabout*
  • Crossing double white lines or a road divider*
  • Obstructing the flow of traffic
  • Forming up incorrectly when turning left or right*
  • Failing to give way to emergency vehicles such as ambulances, fire brigades or Police vehicles
  • Driving in a dangerous manner while carrying load
  • Stopping on the shoulder or verge of an expressway
  • Stopping or remaining at rest on the carriageway of an expressway

4

  • Exceeding the vehicular speed limit by 21 to 30 km/hr*
  • Exceeding the road speed limit by 21 to 30 km/hr*
  • Driving on the shoulder of expressways
  • Failing to securely tie or attach goods to a goods vehicle to prevent the goods from falling off
  • Offences committed by motorists at a pedestrian crossing*
  • Driving or riding against the flow of traffic as indicated by traffic signs*
  • Carrying passengers on a motor vehicle or trailer in a dangerous manner
  • Reversing unnecessarily on expressways
  • Failing to obey the 1.1 metres height restriction for persons carried on open deck goods vehicle
  • Carrying passengers when the clear floor space of the open deck goods vehicle is insufficient
  • Careless driving endangering life*

6

$200

$250

  • Exceeding the vehicular speed limit by 31 to 40 km/hr*
  • Exceeding the road speed limit by 31 to 40 km/hr*

8

$300

$400

  • Carrying passengers on a goods vehicle in a dangerous manner
  • Careless driving causing hurt*

9

  • Failing to conform to traffic light signals*

12

$400

$500

  • Using mobile communication devices while driving*
  • Exceeding the vehicular speed limit by 41 to 50 km/hr*
  • Exceeding the road speed limit by 41 to 50 km/hr*

12

Prosecution in court

  • Exceeding the vehicular speed limit by 51 to 60 km/hr*
  • Exceeding the road speed limit by 51 to 60 km/hr*

18

  • Exceeding the vehicular speed limit by more than 60 km/hr
  • Exceeding the road speed limit by more than 60 km/hr
  • Reckless or dangerous driving

24

 

"With effect from 1 July 2021, motorists who commit specified offences* at pedestrian crossings or offences that endanger pedestrian safety at School or Silver Zones will incur two additional demerit points on top of the original demerit points for the offence. In addition, the composition fines for these offences committed within abovementioned Zones will be raised by $100, subject to the total fine not exceeding $500.”

 

 


Criminal Penalties for Irresponsible Driving Offences

Motorists who commit or exhibit irresponsible driving behaviours that endangers the lives of road users will be prosecuted in Court and face harsher penalties. This is to safeguard other road users and to ensure these offenders stay off the roads longer.

Refer to the table below to see the penalties that may be imposed by the Court.


Offence

Levels of Harm

Penalties

Disqualification (DQ)

Add-On Penalties

For Drink-Driving Offenders

First time

Offenders

Repeat Offenders

First Time Offenders

Repeat Offenders

Add-On DQ

Dangerous Driving

Causing Death

2 to 8 years imprisonment

4 to 15 years imprisonment

At least 10 years

+ 1 to 2 years imprisonment

+ 2 to 4 years imprisonment

1st Offence: At least additional 2 years;


2nd Offence: At least additional 5 years;


3rd Offence: Disqualification for Life

Causing Grievous Hurt

1 to 5 years Imprisonment

2 to 10 years imprisonment

At least 8 years

+ 6 months to 1 year imprisonment and fine of $$2,000 to $10,000

+ 1 to 2 years imprisonment and fine of $5,000 to $10,000

Causing Hurt

Up to 2 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $10,000

Up to 4 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $20,000

+ Up to 1 year imprisonment and fine of $2,000 to $10,000

+ Up to 2 years imprisonment and fine of $5,000 to $20,000.

Endangers Life

Up to 1 year imprisonment and/or fine of up to $5,000

Up to 2 years imprisonment and/or find of up to $10,000

Careless Driving

Causing Death

Up to 3 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $10,000

Up to 6 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $20,000

At least 8 years

+ Up to 2 years imprisonment

+ Up to 4 years imprisonment

Causing Grievous Hurt

Up to 2 year imprisonment and/or fine of up to $5,000

Up to 4 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $10,000

At least 5 years

+ Up to 1 year imprisonment and fine of $2,000 to $10,000

+ Up to 2 years imprisonment and fine of $5,000 to $20,000

Causing Hurt

Up to 1 year imprisonment and/or fine of up to $2,500

Up to 2 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $5,000

Endangers Life

Up to 6 months imprisonment and/or fine of up to $1,500

Up to 1 year imprisonment and/or fine of up to $3,000

Driving under Influence of drink


Up to 1 year imprisonment and/or fine of $2,000 to $10,000;

Up to 2 years imprisonment and fine of $5,000 to $20,000

1st Offence:

At least 2 years;


2nd Offence: At least 5 years;


3rd Offence:

Disqualification for life




Driving under Disqualification


Up to 3 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $10,000

Up to 6 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $20,000, and vehicle forfeited




Driving under Suspension


Up to 2 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $5,000

Up to 4 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $10,000




Driving without Valid Driving Licence


Up to 3 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $10,000

Up to 6 years imprisonment and/or fine of up to $20,000, and vehicle forfeited



 

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NOTICE

As a safe management measure during the post Circuit Breaker period, the Traffic Police (TP) will continue accepting payment only via our e-Services, AXS, or SAM payment channels. Payments will not be accepted over the counter at TP Headquarters.

If you have an outstanding traffic offence that you wish to pay for, you may make payment via the following methods:

Payment for

Payment at

Payment by

Additional Information

Traffic Offence

(Composition Amount)

E-Services

Visa / MasterCard / Internet Banking

This payment method is not available for pedestrian and bicycle offences.

Traffic Police

Visa / MasterCard / Debit Card

CashCard / through NETS with ATM Card or Credit Card

-

AXS payment channels, such as:

  • AXS stations
  • AXS e-Stations (internet portal)
  • AXS m-Stations (mobile app)

Please check the relevant platform

  • Please use the 16-digit numeric Payment Reference Number or Vehicle Number when making payment
  • Payment can only be made after 3 working days from the date of offence
  • For further enquiries on this method, please visit the AXS website or contact the AXS Hotline at 6560 2727

Singapore Post’s SAM payment channels, such as:

  • Please use the 16-digit numeric Payment Reference Number or Vehicle Number when making payment
  • For Notice of Traffic Offences (NTO) that is issued on the spot by Traffic Police Officers, payment can be made 2 working days after the date of offence. For NTO that are mailed to offenders, payment can be made immediately
  • For location of SAM kiosks, visit www.singpost.com

Traffic Offence

(Court Fines)

Using the ATOMS application via AXS payment channels, such as:

  • AXS stations
  • AXS e-Stations (internet portal)
  • AXS m-Stations (mobile app)

-

  • If you fail to pay the composition amount by the expiry date of the notice but do not wish to dispute the alleged offence in Court, you can pay a higher fine via this method
  • Please make the payment before 5.00pm on the Court date stated in the notice
  • Please use the 12-digit numeric Report Number when making payment, and look for the ‘State Courts’ icon on the screen

 


Fixed Speed Camera Locations

You may find the list of Traffic Police-deployed enforcement camera locations for detecting speeding offences here:

No.

Location

Coordinates

1

Ayer Rajah Expressway towards City

1.298237, 103.781679

2

Ayer Rajah Expressway towards Jurong

1.298219, 103.781724

3

Boon Lay Way towards Commonwealth Avenue West

1.344737, 103.725491

4

Boon Lay Way towards Jalan Boon Lay

1.344746, 103.725518

5

Bukit Batok Road towards Chua Chu Kang Road

1.360937, 103.740669

6

Bukit Batok Road towards Jurong Town Hall Road

1.360935, 103.740684

7

Bukit Timah Expressway towards Pan Island Expressway

1.382324, 103.775486

8

Bukit Timah Expressway towards Woodlands

1.382225, 103.775522

9

Holland Road towards Napier Road

1.307201, 103.811668

10

Holland Road towards Ulu Pandan Road

1.307221, 103.811638

11

Loyang Avenue towards Tampines Avenue 7

1.37313, 103.97397

12

Pan Island Expressway towards East Coast Parkway

1.336981, 103.808953

13

Pan Island Expressway towards Tuas

1.336982, 103.808945

14

Seletar Expressway towards Bukit Timah Expressway

1.408307, 103.808113

15

Seletar Expressway towards Central Expressway

1.408199, 103.808149

16

Upper Thomson Road towards Lornie Road

1.386883, 103.820352

17

Upper Thomson Road towards Sembawang Road

1.386865, 103.820397

18

Yishun Avenue 1 towards Lentor Avenue

1.413896, 103.841316

19

Yishun Avenue 2 towards Lentor Avenue

1.415298, 103.832285

20

Yishun Avenue 2 towards Sembawang Road

1.415325, 103.832312

 

You may also find the list of enforcement camera locations deployed by the Land Transport Authority for detecting speeding offences along the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway and Marina Coastal Expressway here. Do note that Traffic Police utilises these cameras for enforcement:

No.

Location

Coordinates

1

Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway 2.3 Km towards Tampines Expressway

1.31850, 103.87494

2

Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway 4.3 Km towards Tampines Expressway

1.32992, 103.88486

3

Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway 7.0 Km towards Tampines Expressway

1.34634, 103.89845

4

Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway 1.3 Km towards East Coast Parkway

1.31057, 103.87557

5

Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway 4.7 Km towards East Coast Parkway

1.33159, 103.88673

6

Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway 7.4 Km towards East Coast Parkway

1.34872, 103.89861

7

Marina Coastal Expressway 3.6 Km towards Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway

Camera A

Camera B

1.27931, 103.87229

1.27910, 103.87248

8

Marina Coastal Expressway 2.8 Km towards Ayer Rajah Expressway

Camera A

Camera B

1.27447, 103.86595

1.27466, 103.86582

9

Marina Coastal Expressway 4.3 Km towards Ayer Rajah Expressway

Camera A

Camera B

1.28212, 103.87658

1.28236, 103.87639

10

Marina Coastal Expressway 5.8 Km towards Ayer Rajah Expressway

1.29409, 103.87581


Mobile Speed Camera Locations

You may find the list of Traffic Police-deployed enforcement camera locations for detecting speeding offences here:

No.

Location

Coordinates

1

Lim Chu Kang Road towards Neo Tiew Road

1.392157, 103.698591

2

Seletar Link towards Seletar North Link

1.407429, 103.884916

3

Yishun Avenue 1 towards Yishun Avenue 8

1.41181, 103.83412

4

Buangkok East Drive towards Buangkok Drive

1.377578, 103.908588

5

Sengkang West Way towards Sengkang East Way

1.3955290, 103.8814787

 

Average Speed Camera Locations

You may find the list of Traffic Police-deployed enforcement camera locations for detecting speeding offences here:

Location Description

No.

Coordinates

Tanah Merah Coast Road between Lamp Post 361A and Lamp Post 504A towards Aviation Park Road

1

1.31955 , 104.016

2

1.31956 , 104.016

3

1.33557 , 104.023

4

1.33556 , 104.023

5

1.34912 , 104.029

6

1.34909 , 104.029

Tanah Merah Coast Road between Lamp Post 504 and Lamp Post 361 towards East Coast Parkway

1

1.31964 , 104.016

2

1.31948 , 104.016

3

1.334675 , 104.023

4

1.334674 , 104.023

5

1.34914 , 104.029

6

1.34908, 104.029


Police Speed Laser Camera Locations

The Police Speed Laser Cameras are physically-manned by Traffic Police. You may find the list of these enforcement camera locations for detecting speeding offences here:

No.

Location

Coordinates

1

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 towards Boundary Road

1.364893, 103.840427

2

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 towards Upper Thomson Road

1.364797, 103.840386

3

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 towards Buangkok Green

1.378538, 103.865862

4

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 towards Yio Chu Kang Road

1.378424, 103.865873

5

Aviation Park Road towards Nicoll Drive

1.362990, 104.020575

6

Ayer Rajah Expressway towards Marina Coastal Expressway

1.322237, 103.670623

7

Ayer Rajah Expressway towards Tuas Checkpoint

1.322071, 103.670653

8

Braddell Road towards Bartley Road

1.343771, 103.850753

9

Braddell Road towards Lornie Road

1.343664, 103.850738

10

Bukit Timah Expressway towards Pan Island Expressway

1.35675, 103.783577

11

Bukit Timah Expressway towards Woodlands Checkpoint

1.356611, 103.783417

12

Central Expressway towards Ayer Rajah Expressway

1.361775, 103.85885

13

Central Expressway towards Seletar Expressway

1.361849, 103.858654

14

Clementi Avenue 6 towards Ayer Rajah Expressway

1.320817, 103.763858

15

Clementi Avenue 6 towards Pan Island Expressway

1.320837, 103.763787

16

Commonwealth Avenue West towards Boon Lay Way

1.311444, 103.778340

17

Commonwealth Avenue West towards Commonwealth Avenue

1.311672, 103.778534

18

East Coast Parkway towards Airport Boulevard

1.30394, 103.918695

19

East Coast Parkway towards Marina Coastal Expressway

1.303753, 103.918745

20

Jalan Buroh towards Pioneer Road

1.314275, 103.712791

21

Kranji Expressway towards Bukit Timah Expressway

1.388056, 103.743196

22

Kranji Expressway towards Pan Island Expressway

1.387951, 103.743281

23

Lentor Avenue towards Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6

1.39222, 103.837231

24

Lentor Avenue towards Yishun Avenue 2

1.39212, 103.837165

25

Lornie Road towards Adam Road

1.34036, 103.832183

26

Lornie Road towards Braddell Road

1.340429, 103.832194

27

Mandai Road towards Mandai Ave

1.4126695,103.7888087

28

Mandai Road towards Woodlands Road

1.4125147,103.7895678

29

Nicoll Highway towards Esplanade Drive

1.300587, 103.863147

30

Nicoll Highway towards Guillemard Road

1.300676, 103.863101

31

Pan Island Expressway towards Airport Boulevard

1.325413, 103.902418

32

Pan Island Expressway towards Airport Boulevard

1.329774, 103.844474

33

Pan Island Expressway towards Airport Boulevard

1.342998, 103.686401

34

Pan Island Expressway towards Tuas Road

1.325253, 103.902452

35

Pan Island Expressway towards Tuas Road

1.329592, 103.84447

36

Pan Island Expressway towards Tuas Road

1.342824, 103.686534

37

Punggol Central towards Sumang Walk

1.3996296, 103.910831

38

Tampines Avenue 10 towards Bartley Road East

1.353589, 103.928005

39

Tampines Avenue 10 towards Tampines Expressway

1.353661, 103.927844

40

Tampines Avenue 5 towards Simei Avenue

1.348435, 103.942033

41

Tampines Avenue 5 towards Tampines Industrial Avenue 3

1.348413, 103.941928

42

Tampines Expressway towards Pan Island Expressway

1.391623, 103.909522

43

Tampines Expressway towards Pan Island Expressway

1.401224, 103.872369

44

Tampines Expressway towards Seletar Expressway

1.39151, 103.909364

45

Tampines Expressway towards Seletar Expressway

1.401071, 103.872368

46

Upper Bukit Timah Road towards Jalan Anak Bukit

1.344884, 103.774748

47

Upper Thomson Road towards Lornie Road

1.363822, 103.828125

48

Upper Thomson Road towards Sembawang Road

1.363833, 103.827952

49

West Coast Highway towards Jalan Buroh

1.289245, 103.773392

50

West Coast Highway towards Jalan Buroh

1.301656, 103.762136

51

West Coast Highway towards Pasir Panjang Road

1.289383, 103.773434

52

West Coast Highway towards Pasir Panjang Road

1.301713, 103.762249

53

Woodlands Avenue 12 towards Woodlands Avenue 10

1.436309, 103.806888

54

Woodlands Avenue 2