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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.


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.

If you do not receive the medical form, you may obtain one from any of the Traffic Police Driving Centre counters.

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.

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 Motor cycles not exceeding 200 cc or motor cycles which are propelled by electric motors and registered as motor cycles
Class 2A Motor cycles that are 200 cc – 400 cc
Class 2 Motor cycles exceeding 400 cc
Class 3CA

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

(a) Motor cars without clutch pedals 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  (c) Motor cars without clutch pedals of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver; and
(d) Motor tractors and other motor vehicles without clutch pedals of unladen weight not exceeding 2,500kg
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  (c) Motor cars of unladen weight not exceeding 3,000kg with not more than 7 passengers, excluding the driver; and
(d) Motor tractors and other motor vehicles of unladen weight  not exceeding 2,500kg 
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 

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 to the table below for the requirements:

Group

Class of Licence (PDL)

Via E-Services

Log In with

Requirement

Additional Requirement

Fee

Methods of Payment

Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

All

SingPass

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.

 

$25

e-NETS / Visa / MasterCard / Debit Card

Foreigners holding:

  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

2B / 3 / 3A

Foreigners not eligible for SingPass

  • FIN Number
  • Date of Birth

Foreigners who are employed as drivers

4 / 4A / 5

 

Please apply in person at the Woodlands Test Centre, Singapore Safety Driving Centre. Please bring the following:

 

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

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 may request for a medical examination form from the Chief Tester at any of the 3 diving centres. Once certified fit to drive, please submit the completed form to:

2Select 'Contact Traffic Police' from the drop-down list above to find about more.

Upon successful submission, you will receive an acknowledgement letter from Traffic Police sent to your residential address. Your medical result would have been updated into the system and you can then apply for a valid 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.


The Expressway Familiarisation Ride is a compulsory course for Class 2B learner riders. The course will expose learner riders to riding on expressways where the vehicular speed is faster and the volume of traffic is generally higher, allowing them to be familiar with the expressway traffic conditions and provide them the knowledge and riding experience of interacting with other motorists. The course will prepare them to be ready and confident in handling different road situations that may arise along the expressways.

If you wish to find out more, you may contact any of the 3 driving centres in Singapore:

 


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 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

 

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

 


Failing to Have Proper Control


Changing Lanes Without Due Care

 

Basic & Final Driving 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

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

The following groups of people will need to apply for a valid Singapore Driving Licence online via our E-Services after passing the relevant tests1:

Group

Via E-Services

Log In with

Applicant’s Photograph

Fee

Methods of Payment

Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

SingPass

Please check if you need to have your photograph taken:

 

  1. If you enrolled as a learner motorist after 1 October 2018, no action is required from you. The photograph taken during your enrolment will be printed on your driving licence.

     

  2. If you enrolled as a learner motorist before 1 October 2018, you will need to have your photograph taken at one of the driving centres before you apply for your driving licence online. The photograph taken will be printed on your driving licence.

 

A service fee of $6 is payable to the driving centre. Please check with the centre for more information.

$50

e-NETS / 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)

FIN Number & Date of Birth

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

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.

If you are a foreign driving licence holder, select 'Singapore Driving Licence' from the drop-down list above to find out how you can convert your licence to a valid Singapore Driving Licence.

1To apply for a new valid Singapore Driving Licence, you can apply at any one of the 3 driving centres in Singapore listed below or with any of the Private Driving Instructors2. Please check with the respective driving centres and private driving instructors for more information and the requirements needed:

  1. Bukit Batok Driving Centre
  2. ComfortDelGro Driving Centre
  3. Singapore Safety Driving Centre

2Select 'Passing Rates of Theory & Practical Tests' from the drop-down list above to find out more.

 

Depending on the class of licence3 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:

S/N

Class(es) of Licence

Requirements

1

All

  • Passed required and relevant theory test(s)
    • Basic Theory, Riding Theory (for motorcycle learner motorists), and Final Theory Tests

     

  • Passed the practical driving or riding test

2

2B

In addition to requirements in S/N 1, must attend and successfully completed the Expressway Familiarisation Ride training programme

3Select 'Singapore Driving Licence' from the drop-down list above to find out more.

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 to the table below on how you can do so:

Group

Platform

Applicant’s Photograph

Fee

Methods of Payment

Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents

Via E-Services

Log in with SingPass or FIN and Date of Birth

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.

$25

e-NETS / Visa / MasterCard / Debit Card

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

Foreigners holding a Valid 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 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 to the following requirements when renewing your licence, depending on your class(es) of licence and where to renew them:

Requirements

Additional Required Documents / Conditions

(where applicable)

Platform / Venue for Renewal

  1. Your SingPass or FIN number and Date of Birth
  2. A fee of $50 (payable by eNETS, Visa, MasterCard, or Debit card.

For Motorists Aged Below 65 Years Old (Holding All Classes of Driving Licence)

E-Services

For Motorists Aged 65 Years Old & Above (Holding Classes 2B, 2A, 2, 3A & 3)

 

Please submit your completed *medical examination form 2 months before your birth date, from ages 65 years old and every 3 years thereafter

  • Your Singapore Driving Licence
  • Valid work permit / employment pass / student pass / dependant pass, and/or other documents showing you extended your stay in Singapore
  • A fee of $50 (payable by Cashcard, Credit Card 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 Motorists Aged 65 Years Old & Above (Holding Classes 4A, 4 & 5)

 

You will need to undergo a proficiency driving test 2 months before your birth date. Please bring along your completed *medical examination form when you register for the driving test

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

*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. If you do not receive the medical form, you may obtain one from all Traffic Police Driving Centre counters. Select 'Singapore Driving Licence' from the drop-down list above to find out more.

Notwithstanding the above, if there are reasons to believe that a driver 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 he passes the examination, the licence will be revoked.

 


The Safe Driving Course (SDC) is a non-mandatory course for eligible1 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:

 

1Eligible 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 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

12,340

12,106

98.10%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

11,950

10,277

86.00%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

6,639

5,951

89.64%

Other Candidates

40,826

28,172

69.01%

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Final Theory Test – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

9,248

9,093

98.32%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

10,661

9,590

89.95%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

5,713

5,309

92.93%

Other Candidates

16,612

14,018

84.38%

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Riding Theory Test – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

3,141

3,071

97.77%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

1,841

1,790

97.23%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,927

1,832

95.07%

Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(Retest) Basic Theory Test – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

428

348

81.31%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

3,278

1,320

40.27%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,141

666

58.37%

Other Candidates

32,922

9,375

28.48%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Final Theory Test – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

775

600

77.42%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

2,525

1,468

58.14%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,014

720

71.01%

Other Candidates

9,232

5,295

57.35%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Riding Theory Test – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

485

465

95.88%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

340

322

94.71%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

459

410

89.32%

Class 3/3A Practical Tests

Class 3 – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 3 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

4,998

2,489

49.80%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

6,683

3,537

52.93%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

3,470

1,530

44.09%

Other Candidates

12,213

4,326

35.42%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 3 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

3,731

2,104

56.39%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

4,969

2,627

52.87%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

3,752

1,677

44.70%

Other Candidates

11,706

5,609

47.92%

Class 3A – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 3A – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

4,372

2,524

57.73%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

5,080

3,037

59.78%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,974

1,031

52.23%

Other Candidates

8,932

3,625

40.58%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 3A – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

2,265

1,526

67.37%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

2,641

1,689

63.95%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,442

798

55.34%

Other Candidates

6,137

3,569

58.16%

Class 2B/2A/2 Practical Tests

Class 2B – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 2B – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

2,552

1,462

57.29%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

1,710

1,043

60.99%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,564

851

54.41%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 2B – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

1,626

1,032

63.47%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

990

669

67.58%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,175

721

61.36%

Class 2A – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 2A – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

1,417

1,062

74.95%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

1,104

750

67.93%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

1,034

874

84.53%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 2A – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

399

318

79.70%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

529

350

66.16%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

210

186

88.57%

Class 2 – First Timer & Retest Passing Rates

Driving Centre

(1st Time) Class 2 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

967

779

80.56%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

723

570

78.84%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

719

608

84.56%

Driving Centre

(Retest) Class 2 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

 

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

Bukit Batok Driving Centre

235

182

77.45%

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

213

162

76.06%

Singapore Safety Driving Centre

150

112

74.67%

 


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 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

1

Ang Hoe Guan

97374757

 

0

0

0%

2

Chong Song Peng

 

 

49

22

45%

3

CHUA IM HUA

 

 

52

35

67%

4

Chua Kun Mong

 

 

78

21

27%

5

Goh Hock Seng

98196689

 

68

16

24%

6

Goh Hui Seng

 

 

15

0

0%

7

Goh Poh Eng

91052830

 

8

3

38%

8

Hang Peck Tiang

 

 

100

28

28%

9

Khoo Choon Whatt

 

 

63

29

46%

10

Law Ng Kwee

97886270

 

36

17

47%

11

Lim Boon Seng

93835050

 

3

1

33%

12

Lim Heng Guan

98772199

 

5

1

20%

13

Lim Hock Seng

 

 

67

4

6%

14

Lim Kang Hock

 

 

41

24

59%

15

Low Geak Kim

 

 

30

13

43%

16

Low Wai Hong

 

 

20

3

15%

17

Luo Chuan Hup

93850059

 

10

3

30%

18

Mohamed Yunos Bin Ahmad

67677331

 

45

10

22%

19

Neo Eng Soon

98528858

 

66

23

35%

20

Neo Lam Thong

 

 

1

0

0%

21

Neo Swee Ho

 

 

1

0

0%

22

Neo Thiam Ben

96419877

 

28

12

43%

23

Ng Chin Heng

 

 

78

17

22%

24

Ng Keng Hwa

98566210

Daniel Ng Driving Centre

65

32

49%

25

Ng Lian Huat

 

 

0

0

0%

26

Oh Beng See

93848291

 

24

7

29%

27

Ong Chin Hong

 

 

11

4

36%

28

Ong Khek Guan

 

 

70

23

33%

29

Ong Teck Kiat

 

 

162

33

20%

30

Phang Yok Phut

 

 

18

5

28%

31

Poh Geok Huat

 

 

62

14

23%

32

Poh Hang Fong

97070629

 

76

16

21%

33

Quek Khee Chuan

 

 

0

0

0%

34

Sai Chew Hwa

93809718

 

178

23

13%

35

Seow Eng Wah

 

 

39

15

38%

36

Siew Oong Sing

92707447

 

60

7

12%

37

Soh Guan Hoe

 

 

62

13

21%

38

Soh Guan Hup

 

 

94

4

4%

39

Soo Lai Chuan

96848027

 

31

13

42%

40

Tan Chye Beng

 

 

10

0

0%

41

Tan Key Chuan

82882122

 

2

1

50%

42

Tay Chew Hong

 

 

0

0

0%

43

Tay Pin Hong

93677762

 

27

14

52%

44

Toh Lai Chye

 

 

59

7

12%

45

Wong Ngiam Voon

 

 

28

5

18%

46

Yap Poo Lian

 

 

7

1

14%

47

Yeo Siang Hock

 

 

69

10

14%

 

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No.

Name

Contact No.

(if any)

Private Driving Centre

(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

1

Abd Alim Bin Maidin

 

 

55

24

44%

2

Abd Wahab Bin Maidin

 

 

1

0

0%

3

Abdul Karim Bin Haji Abdul Manan

 

 

5

4

80%

4

Amir Khan S/O Sher Khan

 

 

7

1

14%

5

Ang Ngoh Eng

98585999

Youth Driving School

26

5

19%

6

Ang Teck Boon

96798115

 

105

44

42%

7

Ang Teck Kim

 

 

33

8

24%

8

Azim Khan S/O Sher Khan

 

 

94

23

24%

9

Azman Bin Abdul Rani

 

 

109

33

30%

10

Chan Kok Ann

 

 

21

7

33%

11

Chew See Hiok

 

 

22

11

50%

12

Chia Choon Khiang

 

 

55

16

29%

13

Chia Kim Heng

 

 

95

31

33%

14

Chia Liak Hui

 

 

0

0

0%

15

Chia Lik How

 

 

24

8

33%

16

Chng Ah Chuan

 

 

28

9

32%

17

Chong Ser Ngiam

90258683

 

89

63

71%

18

Chua Chin Seng

92373828

 

66

38

58%

19

Chua Ho San

92228000

 

95

59

62%

20

Chua Kia Seng

 

 

25

9

36%

21

Fong Chong Fat

95559555

 

153

34

22%

22

Foo Moo Lee

98383080

 

65

17

26%

23

Foo Tack Lim

 

 

51

30

59%

24

Goh Ah Tong

 

 

75

33

44%

25

Goh Leng Kwang

 

 

25

6

24%

26

Heah Piah Teng

 

 

81

18

22%

27

Ho Kee Liang

 

 

4

1

25%

28

Kang Cheng Lay

97477675

 

174

56

32%

29

Koh Thian Hua

 

 

26

9

35%

30

Koh Yam Heng

96837847

 

95

27

28%

31

Kuan Kin Tat

 

 

4

2

50%

32

Lau Chai Cheng

 

 

39

15

38%

33

Lee Chin Chye

 

 

26

5

19%

34

Lee Kheok Meng

 

 

22

10

45%

35

Lee Tiew Pok

96969699

 

20

9

45%

36

Leong Foo Shui

 

 

180

54

30%

37

Leong Ngoh Seng

 

 

18

9

50%

38

Leong Yew Kong

96807677

 

18

10

56%

39

Liew Wee Keong

 

 

109

28

26%

40

Lim Ah Chon

 

 

48

31

65%

41

Lim Beng Chye

 

 

89

17

19%

42

Lim Beng Hwa

96650700

 

116

80

69%

43

Lim Eng Soon

90012550

 

42

20

48%

44

Lim Guek Hwa

 

 

53

28

53%

45

Lim Lee Meng

 

 

46

20

43%

46

Lim Pien Hong

 

 

51

29

57%

47

Maruthavanan S/O Govindasamy Kunjoo

96918511

 

158

27

17%

48

Neo Chin Kit

 

 

37

28

76%

49

Neo Chin Seng

 

 

69

50

72%

50

Neo Chwee Chuan

 

 

8

3

38%

51

Neo Chwee Pah

 

 

136

58

43%

52

Neo Soun Hong

 

 

52

20

38%

53

Ng Bak Ho

 

 

12

2

17%

54

Ng Buck Khoy

 

 

1

1

100%

55

Ng Chiang Kwee

 

 

48

22

46%

56

Ng Choon Kwang

 

 

56

15

27%

57

Ng Yim Kuang

 

 

73

31

42%

58

Noor Mohamed Bin Sher Khan

 

 

1

0

0%

59

Ong Ban Seng

 

 

46

19

41%

60

Ong Lek San

96440311

 

32

17

53%

61

Ong Thiam Chai

96848025

 

102

33

32%

62

Osman Bin Asi'an

 

 

27

12

44%

63

Pang Quek Foo

98183686

 

135

63

47%

64

Peh Ai Soon

 

 

3

2

67%

65

Poh Kok Seng

96169091

 

75

42

56%

66

Quek Mong Huat Eric

 

 

3

1

33%

67

Sabari Bin Masari

 

 

286

112

39%

68

Seow Koon Cheng

 

 

17

5

29%

69

Seow Tien Choon

 

 

14

10

71%

70

Shio Puay Cheng

92389455

 

2

1

50%

71

Siew Sa Wing

94883302

 

58

35

60%

72

Sim Yong Choon

97882698

Woodlands Driving School

25

13

52%

73

Siou Nam Chong

98724741

 

75

23

31%

74

Soh Guan Hong

97382550

 

34

25

74%

75

Soh Jim Hock Eddie

96354834

 

27

13

48%

76

Song Kong Beng

94770030

 

14

8

57%

77

Sulaiman Bin Moosa

 

 

27

9

33%

78

Syed Ahamad Shah S/O Syed Attar Shah

 

 

10

6

60%

79

Tahar Bin Haroun

 

 

36

10

28%

80

Tan Beng Guan, John

 

 

52

11

21%

81

Tan Bock Sum

93866718

 

34

24

71%

82

Tan Boon Hwa

 

 

36

12

33%

83

Tan Chay Huang Florence

 

 

12

5

42%

84

Tan Cheng Bock

90099414

Soon Tien Driving School

74

35

47%

85

Tan Hang Heong

 

 

17

3

18%

86

Tan Hock Beng

96445226

 

39

21

54%

87

Tan How Meng

 

 

36

16

44%

88

Tan Huah Seng

96540820

 

96

48

50%

89

Tan Kim Hoon

 

 

19

5

26%

90

Tan Teng Hoo

 

 

0

0

0%

91

Tan Teng Koon

 

 

44

10

23%

92

Tay Boon Teck

 

 

34

9

26%

93

Tay Lim Heng

92182882

 

38

29

76%

94

Tay Thian Seng

81137070

 

50

21

42%

95

Teo Beng Tiong

96848035

 

20

3

15%

96

Teo Kean Seng

94042881

 

99

44

44%

97

Thia Ang Hoe

 

 

65

36

55%

98

Toh Ban An

93888688

 

101

40

40%

99

Toh Ban Bee

97340310

 

96

58

60%

100

Toh Yew Teck

96185982

 

75

49

65%

101

Wang Seow Meng

82222283

 

67

34

51%

102

Wong Joo Long

 

 

39

8

21%

103

Wong Tin Ken

 

 

109

38

35%

104

Yaa'cop Bin Said

 

 

1

0

0%

105

Yap Siak Chok

97488805

 

59

23

39%

106

Yeo Ching Hoo

 

 

31

20

65%

107

Yeo Poh Huat

 

 

0

0

0%

 

Singapore Safety Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No.

Name

Contact No.

(if any)

Private Driving Centre

(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

1

Chua Beng Seng

 

 

102

14

14%

2

Chua Thian San

96665437

 

326

122

37%

3

Eng Lye Choon

 

 

152

27

18%

4

Hassan Bin Amir

 

 

173

57

33%

5

Lai Sze Woo

92975318

 

63

21

33%

6

Lee Seok Har

96493731

 

272

69

25%

7

Lee Yan Chee

 

 

44

9

20%

8

Leong Tow Seng

 

 

98

30

31%

9

Lim Kwee Ho

 

 

15

5

33%

10

Low Beng

 

 

4

2

50%

11

Mohd Sam Bin Dollah

 

 

119

29

24%

12

Ng Keng Hwa

98566210

Daniel Ng Driving Centre

193

92

48%

13

Ong Chee Chye

 

 

206

65

32%

14

Pang Kok Kay

 

 

13

4

31%

15

Phua Peng Huat

 

 

37

18

49%

16

Poh Ah Kiong

 

 

137

53

39%

17

Poh Chuan Leong

 

 

60

20

33%

18

Steven Ong Choon Tee

97602493

 

40

11

28%

19

Tai Kot Son

 

 

55

9

16%

20

Tan How Meng

 

 

43

10

23%

21

Tan Joo Yong

 

 

53

7

13%

22

Tan Lai Huat

 

 

32

5

16%

23

Tan Lock Chew Anthony

 

 

144

34

24%

24

Tan Seng Leong

 

 

134

51

38%

25

Teo Siew Chuan

 

 

108

45

42%

26

Toh Ban An

93888688

 

0

0

0%

27

Wong Ngiam Voon

 

 

57

29

51%

28

Yeo Kiang Wang

 

 

68

7

10%

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 – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

1

Ang Chee Seng

 

 

14

4

29%

2

Ang Hoe Guan

97374757

 

63

25

40%

3

Ang Lian Seng

97566373

 

13

5

38%

4

Choong Soon Fatt

 

 

101

20

20%

5

Goh Poh Eng

 

 

56

20

36%

6

Goh Yew Siong

 

 

82

23

28%

7

Lim Boon Seng

93835050

 

227

83

37%

8

Lim Heng Guan

 

 

32

9

28%

9

Lim Soon Sim

 

 

72

37

51%

10

Low Wai Hong

 

 

11

3

27%

11

Luo Chuan Hup

 

 

30

6

20%

12

Neo Lam Thong

90064601

 

117

23

20%

13

Neo Swee Ho

 

 

79

12

15%

14

Neo Thiam Ben

 

 

38

12

32%

15

Ng Keng Hwa

98566210

Daniel Ng Driving Centre

2

0

0%

16

Ng Lai Huat

96703033

 

61

34

56%

17

Ng Lian Huat

 

 

57

25

44%

18

Ong Chin Hong

 

 

205

47

23%

19

Ong Eng Leong

 

 

55

4

7%

20

Ong Hock Chai

 

 

31

6

19%

21

Ong We Pho

 

 

18

3

17%

22

Ong We Pok

 

 

17

2

12%

23

Quek Khee Chuan

 

 

93

19

20%

24

Tan Chuan Hock

 

 

48

10

21%

25

Tan Key Chuan

 

 

53

21

40%

26

Tan Kim Seong

 

 

87

36

41%

27

Tan Lai Soon

 

 

78

29

37%

28

Tan Ser Chwee

98715788

Safety First Driving Instruction

110

45

41%

29

Tay Chew Hong

 

 

60

22

37%

30

Tay Hewe Hong

 

 

56

10

18%

31

Tay Tiang Chong

 

 

77

6

8%

32

Yap Poo Lian

 

 

48

5

10%

33

Yeow Teck Siong

 

 

64

26

41%

 

ComfortDelGro Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No.

Name

Contact No.

(if any)

Private Driving Centre

(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3A – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

1

Abd Wahab Bin Maidin

 

 

96

44

46%

2

Ang Chwee Eng

96520233

 

49

26

53%

3

Ang Lee Choon

 

 

43

19

44%

4

Ang Lee Heng

 

 

28

17

61%

5

Ang Ngoh Eng

98585999

Youth Driving School

48

11

23%

6

Ang Soh Ching

 

 

87

49

56%

7

Ang Yim Ching

 

 

21

11

52%

8

Chan Cheok

 

 

39

7

18%

9

Chan Jim Sot

98775509

Cathay Driving Centre

8

4

50%

10

Chia Liak Hui

 

 

31

10

32%

11

Chong Kim Wing

 

 

48

17

35%

12

Chow Jie Seng

 

 

84

50

60%

13

Choy Long Kai

 

 

26

14

54%

14

Chua Teck Yong

 

 

89

36

40%

15

Goh Ah Kwang

 

 

24

12

50%

16

Goh Chin Yuan

 

 

81

48

59%

17

Goh Guan Chuan

 

 

107

63

59%

18

Huan Lee Cheng

 

 

54

20

37%

19

Kang Phee San

 

 

49

20

41%

20

Koh Tian Poh

 

Lucky Computerised Indoor Driving Centre

48

11

23%

21

Koh Yiang Mong

 

 

76

30

39%

22

Lau Chai Cheng

 

 

48

12

25%

23

Law Soon Chai

 

 

59

34

58%

24

Lee Liak Hong

 

 

46

20

43%

25

Lim Kah Lip

 

 

45

14

31%

26

Lim Kwok Ing

97451565

 

127

79

62%

27

Lim Pek Gek

 

 

55

19

35%

28

Lim Pien Hong

 

 

55

20

36%

29

Loh Lian Choon

 

 

25

14

56%

30

Loke Soh Kuen

 

 

9

8

89%

31

Loy Kue Seng

 

 

70

25

36%

32

Luo Liang So

96166670

 

109

47

43%

33

Maruthavanan S/O Govindasamy Kunjoo

96918511

 

19

6

32%

34

Neo Seh Teck

 

 

2

2

100%

35

Ng Beng Huey

 

 

71

43

61%

36

Ng Buck Khoy

 

 

70

39

56%

37

Ng Chiang Kwee

 

 

89

46

52%

38

Ng Chin Lye

96828502

 

64

36

56%

39

Noor Mohamed Bin Sher Khan

 

 

40

19

48%

40

Oei Chiu Hwe

 

 

41

19

46%

41

Ong Kok Hua, Albert

96695522

 

95

40

42%

42

Osman Bin Asi'an

 

 

38

16

42%

43

Peh Ai Soon

 

 

63

9

14%

44

Phua Hak Hwee

 

 

42

17

40%

45

Seah Choon Teck

 

 

62

39

63%

46

Soh Guan Hong

97382550

 

87

51

59%

47

Song Kong Beng

94770030

 

90

53

59%

48

Song Kong Hong

 

 

0

0

0%

49

Tan Cheng Bock

90099414

Soon Tien Driving School

106

51

48%

50

Tan Cheng Kiat

93887679

 

86

67

78%

51

Tan Cheow Meng

 

 

58

30

52%

52

Tan Choong Meow

 

 

62

25

40%

53

Tan Chwee Huay

 

Lamberts Driving School

57

49

86%

54

Tan How Meng

 

 

14

2

14%

55

Tan Kheng Chuah

 

 

40

20

50%

56

Tan Seow Poh

 

 

84

54

64%

57

Tan Soo Eng

97369250

 

54

28

52%

58

Tan Teng Hoo

 

 

81

43

53%

59

Tan Thiam Heng

 

 

69

25

36%

60

Tay Khoon Teck

96911441

 

150

86

57%

61

Teo Kok Eng

96807779

 

97

27

28%

62

Teo Kok Liang

91082021

 

98

61

62%

63

Yaa'cop Bin Said

 

 

71

20

28%

64

Yap Gim Huat

 

 

114

33

29%

65

Yap Siak Chok

97488805

 

76

42

55%

66

Yeo Poh Huat

 

 

36

10

28%

67

Yue Kok Kay

 

 

123

85

69%

 

Singapore Safety Driving Centre – First Timer Passing Rates

No.

Name

Contact No.

(if any)

Private Driving Centre

(if any)

(1st Time) Class 3A – Feb 2019 to Jan 2020

Total Tested

Total Passed

%

1

Ang Lian Seng

97566373

 

53

20

38%

2

Ang Pho Tho

 

 

35

11

31%

3

Ang Thiong Hing

 

 

112

52

46%

4

Chee Kok Wan

 

 

137

29

21%

5

Chew Chong Gee

 

 

34

19

56%

6

Chua Soon Seng

 

 

7

3

43%

7

Chua Tiam Hwee

 

 

53

22

42%

8

Hap Poo Hock

90062398

 

93

57

61%

9

Hei Keng Swee

 

 

23

6

26%

10

Kae Wen Fatt

90230313

 

62

33

53%

11

Kan Wai Keong

96638663

 

83

44

53%

12

Kok Chuan Hock

96498609

 

57

23

40%

13

Lek Choo Cheng

 

 

91

17

19%

14

Liew Yew Seng

97372607

 

65

41

63%

15

Lim Khim Peow

90252525

 

137

25

18%

16

Lim Pien Hong

 

 

7

5

71%

17

Lim Thiam Eng

 

 

63

7

11%

18

Ling Cheng Soon

 

 

44

7

16%

19

Lum Chee Weng

83221268

 

144

58

40%

20

Mohamed Rahman Bin Sudi

 

 

34

14

41%

21

Neo Seh Teck

 

 

17

8

47%

22

Ng Tiong Ho

97947250

 

109

14

13%

23

Peck Chin Huat

 

 

28

8

29%

24

Puan Swee Lam David

97120290

 

68

17

25%

25

Soh Beng Kiat

 

 

43

13

30%

26

Soon Kiaw Guan

96663369

 

79

18

23%

27

Tan How Meng

 

 

14

6

43%

28

Tan Kiang Hin

 

 

46

7

15%

29

Tan Kim Heow

94565365

 

56

27

48%

30

Tan Swee Khuang

98234878

 

40

24

60%

31

Tan Teng Hoo

 

 

7

1

14%

32

Toh Kok Seng

 

 

31

20

65%

 


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.