Can visitors drive in Singapore?
Tourists or temporary visitors to Singapore can drive using a valid foreign licence and an International Driving Permit (IDP), issued by the authorities in your home country.
Who has to use P plates?
6. Are P plates a legal requirement? Unlike L plates, it is not a legal requirement for drivers to display green ‘probationary’ P plates. P plates can voluntarily be displayed to show that you have just passed your driving test.
Is P plate compulsory in Singapore?
You will be required to display a probationary licence plate (P-plate) at the top right portion of the front windscreen and the rear windscreen of your vehicle. Failure to display your P-plate may result in a fine for the first time, and an immediate revocation of your driving licence for the subsequent time.
Can foreigners get driving license in Singapore?
Yes, foreigners can get a driving license in Singapore. If it’s your first time to get a driving license, you can apply for a new one through the Traffic Police Test Centre. If you already have an existing driving license from your home country, you can convert it to a Singapore driving license.
Can Malaysian Tourist drive Singapore car?
Malaysian tourists who want to drive around the tourist places of Singapore on their own can drive via a valid foreign license. Along with the driving license issued by the Malaysian Government, a valid International Driving Permit issued by the officials in your native country i.e. Malaysia is also important.
Can long term visit pass holders drive Singapore?
Holders of long-term pass including Student Pass (STP), Employment Pass (EP), long-term visit pass (LTVP) and Dependent’s Aass (DP) can use their foreign driving licenses to drive in Singapore for up to 12 months.
Should I use P plates?
You are not required by law to display P plates on your vehicle after passing your test; however, many new drivers choose to use them. You can leave P plates on your car for as long as you feel necessary, which is particularly useful for nervous drivers as they can leave them on until they feel more confident.
Can Singapore PR convert driving license?
A Singapore Permanent Resident (PR) who wishes to drive in Singapore is required to convert his foreign driving licence after becoming a PR. You can take your basic theory test at any of the 3 driving centres in Singapore. Pre-booking is required.
Can Malaysian drive to Singapore now?
Those driving foreign-registered vehicles into Singapore must ensure they have a valid VEP/Autopass card and the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) approval email. Applications can be done online, on LTA’s OneMotoring website. Drivers must also have a valid road tax and certificate of insurance for the vehicle.
How can a long term pass holder enter Singapore?
Long Term Pass Holders and immediate relatives of Singapore Citizens/PRs need to apply for entry approval to enter Singapore, and may use the following lanes to enter. Currently, travellers with travel history to all countries/regions except Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are allowed to enter through these lanes.
Can international visitors enter Singapore right now?
International Travel to Singapore At present all short-term visitors are not allowed to enter Singapore unless they have obtained explicit approvals from the relevant agencies such as the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA), Ministry of Manpower (MOM) or the Ministry of Health (MOH).
How do I apply for entry to Singapore with an STP?
STP and STP-IPA holders whose family members hold an MOM-issued pass should apply for entry via the Work Pass Holder General Lane. STP holders who are related to a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident should apply for entry via the Familial Ties Lane. Click here to return to the top.
How do I get a PDL in Singapore?
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.