All foreign-registered vehicles entering Singapore must possess a valid Autopass Card. An Autopass Card is used to record your vehicle’s entry into Singapore and to pay all entry and exit fees when you exit Singapore.

An Autopass Card for one vehicle cannot be used for another vehicle.  Each Autopass Card is linked to a vehicle and the vehicle’s insurance expiry date. Do not use an Autopass Card from another vehicle.

At a glance

Understanding Autopass Card

The Autopass Card is a stored value card that works as an electronic identification and payment system for your vehicle when entering, exiting and driving in Singapore.

Getting and using an Autopass Card

How to get and use an Autopass Card:


Understanding Autopass Card


The Autopass Card is a stored-value card for all foreign-registered vehicles entering Singapore. It also serves as an electronic identification and it is used to pay all fees and tolls for your vehicle.  As each card is tied to one vehicle and is non-transferable, avoid penalties by using only the Autopass Card linked to your vehicle.

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When your vehicle is no longer in use, you can submit the vehicle’s Autopass Card and apply to get a refund for any unused value.


Getting and using an Autopass Card


Purchasing an Autopass Card

There are 2 ways to buy an Autopass Card.

At Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint

At LTA Customer Service Centre (For buses, taxis and goods vehicles registered in ASEAN countries and foreign passenger vehicles not registered in Malaysia or Thailand)


Using your Autopass Card


When entering or exiting Singapore via the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint, insert your Autopass Card into the card reader at the immigration booths to record your entry and exit and pay the applicable fees.

Apart from paying entry and exit fees, you can also use your Autopass Card for the following: 

Autopass Card


Topping up an Autopass Card


Your Autopass Card can be topped up to a maximum of $500. You can top up your card in the following ways:

Via NETS

  • Local Bank ATMs (DBS/ POSB/ OCBC/ UOB)
  • NETS Self-Service Stations
  • NETS Top-Up Machines located at selected car parks
  • NETS Sales & Customer Service Centre

Via cash

  • 7-Eleven stores
  • Cheers
  • FairPrice Xpress
  • Top-up booths near Checkpoints
  • Tuas Checkpoint – located along Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim
Top-Up Booth
 
  • Woodlands Checkpoint – located along Woodlands Centre Road
Top-Up Booth
 

Via credit and debit Cards (Foreign and locally-issued)

  • NETS FlashPay Reader App on Android smartphones with NFC capability (maximum top-up is $50 per transaction). The app can be downloaded from Google Play
  • General Ticketing Machines at MRT stations
  • Auto Top-Up (for Singapore-issued credit and debit cards only)
     

Getting a refund for unused value in Autopass Card


You can get a refund for the unused value in your Autopass Card by submitting a refund application form at LTA office at Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoints or at:

LTA Customer Service Centre
10 Sin Ming Drive
Singapore 575701

Opening hours:

8.00 am to 4.30 pm, Mondays to Fridays
8.00 am to 12.00 pm, Saturdays 

Submit the Autopass Card together with the refund application form and a copy of the refund applicant’s passport or NRIC. You can opt to have the cash balance refunded in 2 ways:

  1. A cheque to be mailed to your provided address
  2. Direct credit into a bank account in Singapore
  • Indicate the bank’s name, the account holder’s name and the account number on the refund application form.
  • If the bank account holder is not the refund applicant, submit a copy of the passport/NRIC of the bank account holder.

If you are unable to submit the refund application at the LTA office, you can submit it via registered mail using this refund application form. LTA is not responsible for any documents lost in transit. Refunds can only be processed when all required documents are received.


Reporting loss of your Autopass Card


If your Autopass Card is stolen or lost in Singapore, make a report at any Singapore Neighbourhood Police Post. When departing Singapore at Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint, bring the police report to the officer at the LTA office for assistance.

If your Autopass Card is stolen or lost in Malaysia, make a report at any police station in Malaysia. When you next drive into Singapore, bring your police report to the officer at the LTA Office. You will have to buy a new Autopass Card.

LTA will not refund any value in stolen or lost Autopass Cards.