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You can drive Malaysia-registered cars or motorcycles into and out of Singapore if you meet these requirements below.

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Driving your Malaysia-registered car or motorcycle into Singapore

Before driving into Singapore, you must meet these requirements:

 

1. Your vehicle must have valid road tax and valid vehicle insurance (with third party coverage) for use in Singapore.

 

2. When entering or exiting Singapore via the land checkpoints, you will need to use your Autopass Card to record your visit and pay entry and exit fees and charges.

 

3. The vehicle can stay in Singapore for a maximum of 14 days continuously. Apply for an extension of your Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) if you need to keep the vehicle in Singapore beyond 14 days.

 

Due to the COVID-19 situation, VEPs for Malaysia-registered cars and motorcycles in Singapore will be automatically extended until 30 June 2020. You will need to apply for an extension of your VEP if you wish to keep your car or motorcycle in Singapore beyond 30 June 2020.

 

4. You will need to pay Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges if you use ERP-priced roads during ERP operating hours. There are several payment methods available for cars and motorcycles.

 

5. You will need to settle all outstanding fines for your vehicle. (You can check online at www.axs.com.sg for outstanding offences.)

 

6. Use our calculator to check your entry and exit fees and charges to ensure that you have sufficient funds in your Autopass Card.

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Driving a Malaysia-registered car or motorcycle into and out of Singapore

 

Before driving into Singapore

You must meet these requirements.

  • Settle all outstanding fines for your vehicle. (You can check online at www.axs.com.sg for outstanding offences)
  • Have a valid road tax for the vehicle
  • Have a valid certificate of insurance (with third party coverage) to use the vehicle on Singapore roads
  • Apply for and purchase a valid Autopass Card to pay your entry and exit fees and charges

You are not allowed to keep or use a foreign vehicle in Singapore if you are a:

  • Singapore Citizen
  • Singapore Permanent Resident (PR)
  • Resident of Singapore
  • Long-Term Visit Pass or Dependant's Pass holder
  • Student's Pass holder
  • Training Employment Pass or Work Holiday Pass holder
  • Work Pass holder who is also a resident of Singapore
Any person who is not a resident of Singapore, but holds a Work Pass* issued by the Ministry of Manpower, may drive a foreign vehicle in Singapore if ALL these conditions are met:
 
  • The person is the registered owner of the vehicle
  • The person resides outside Singapore
  • The person has a valid certificate of insurance (with third party coverage) and road tax to use the vehicle on Singapore roads
  • The vehicle is kept or used outside Singapore for a total period of 6 hours or more every day
  • The vehicle has an Autopass Card to validate its entry / exit at Woodlands or Tuas Checkpoints and to pay for the required fees and charges
*Work Pass holders who have had to remain in Singapore as a result of Malaysia’s Movement Control Order are automatically granted Vehicle Entry Permits for their Malaysia-registered cars and motorcycles until 30 June 2020.
 
The requirements for Malaysia-registered vehicles also apply to Thailand-registered cars and motorcycles driving into Singapore. In addition, Thailand-registered vehicles must purchase Singapore insurance coverage from a Singapore-based insurance company for the duration of your vehicle's stay in Singapore.

 

Autopass Card


An Autopass Card is used to record your vehicle’s entry into Singapore, and to pay all entry and exit fees and charges when your vehicle is driven out of Singapore.

Your Autopass Card is non-transferable and is linked to your vehicle. It also contains information on the vehicle's road tax and insurance validity period. It is an offence to use an Autopass Card of another vehicle.

You must have valid road tax and insurance (with third party coverage) for your vehicle to use it in Singapore. Visit https://www.onemotoring.com.sg/ivep/vepapp to apply for an Autopass Card at least 5 working days before driving into Singapore, if you do not have one.

Please refer here for a step-by-step video guide.  

 

If you have just renewed your vehicle's road tax or purchased a new insurance cover, visit https://www.onemotoring.com.sg/ivep/insureapp and update your road tax and insurance validity in your Autopass Card at least 5 working days before driving into Singapore.

Please click here for a step-by-step video guide.

If you require assistance for your online application, please call our service centre located in Malaysia at +60 072070709.

Opening hours:
Monday to Sunday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

Learn more about Autopass Cards 

Announcement Shout-out

Avoid committing an offence by making sure that you drive in Singapore with valid vehicle insurance that covers third-party liability for death and bodily injury. Driving a vehicle without valid insurance in Singapore is an offence and an offender may be fined up to $1,000, or imprisoned up to 3 months, or both.


When entering Singapore


When driving your vehicle into Singapore via Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint, insert your Autopass Card into the card reader at the immigration booth to validate your entry. Your entry and exit fees and charges will be deducted from your Autopass Card when you exit Singapore. 

Autopass Card
 

Extension of stay in Singapore

The Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) for your vehicle is valid up to 14 days from the date of entry of your vehicle, or up to the expiry of your vehicle’s road tax or insurance (with third party coverage), whichever is earlier.

To extend the VEP* (for up to a maximum of 14 days from the date entry), first make sure that your vehicle's road tax and insurance is updated. Visit https://www.onemotoring.com.sg/ivep/insureapp and update your vehicle's road tax and insurance, if you have just renewed your vehicle's road tax or purchased a new motor insurance cover.

Please click here for a step-by-step video guide.

If you require assistance for your online application, please call our service centre located in Malaysia at +60 072070709.

Opening hours:
Monday to Sunday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

 

You can apply for an extension of VEP before it expires by bringing the following to our LTA Customer Service Centre, at 10 Sin Ming Drive S575701, between 8.00 am and 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays:

  • The vehicle
  • Autopass Card
  • Vehicle ownership certificate
  • Certificate of insurance (with third party coverage)
  • Cash in Singapore dollars, NETS, CashCard or FlashPay card for payment (Click here to calculate the total fee incurred by your vehicle)

Your vehicle must exit Singapore before your VEP expires. 

* Due to the COVID-19 situation, VEPs for Malaysia-registered cars and motorcycles in Singapore will be automatically extended until 30 June 2020. You will need to apply for an extension of your VEP if you wish to keep your car or motorcycle in Singapore beyond 30 June 2020.

 

When driving in Singapore


Electronic Road Pricing (ERP)

When driving in Singapore, you may encounter ERP gantries that are used to control road congestion. You will incur an ERP charge when you drive through the gantries during operational hours.

ERP payment for Malaysia-registered cars

Malaysia-registered cars can pay a fixed rate of $5 daily to use ERP-priced roads during ERP operating hours, regardless of the number of times the vehicle passes through ERP gantries within the same day.

The fixed ERP fee will be deducted through your Autopass Card when you exit Singapore.

You can also choose to rent a temporary In-vehicle Unit (IU) at the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint to pay your ERP charges, or permanently install an IU in your car by visiting any authorised IU Service Centre.  The IU rental costs $5.15 a day for a minimum rental duration of 2 days, for up to 2 weeks. You will also need to pay a refundable deposit of $124.65. To use the IU, you will need to insert a stored-value card:

ERP payment for Malaysia-registered motorcycles

Malaysia-registered motorcycles can rent a temporary IU at the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint to pay your ERP charges. The IU rental costs $5.15 a day for a minimum rental duration of 2 days, for up to 2 weeks. You will also need to pay a refundable deposit of $124.65.  

You can also choose to install an IU permanently on your motorcycle by visiting any authorised IU Service Centre.

To use the IU, you will need to insert a stored-value card:

Learn more about ERP charges


When exiting Singapore


You can drive out of Singapore via the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint. Before you leave, ensure that you have sufficient value in your Autopass Card to pay all the fees and charges incurred during your stay in Singapore.

Announcement Shout-out

Avoid fines of up to $1,000 by paying all fees and charges before leaving Singapore and by using the Autopass Card for your vehicle. Do not insert a NETS CashCard or local CEPAS card into the card reader at the immigration booth. 

Remember to top up your Autopass Card in other parts of Singapore in advance, as there are no top-up machines at the checkpoints.

 

At the immigration booth, insert your Autopass Card into the card reader to pay the fees for your vehicle.

Autopass Card
 

Fees (for cars)

Fees

Amount (SGD)

(Updated on 2 March 2020)

 

 

Woodlands Checkpoint

Tuas Checkpoint


All Day

Peak Hours:
5am-10am
3pm-11pm

Off-Peak Hours:
10am-3pm
11pm-5am

Entry Tolls

-

$2.10

$1.10

Exit Tolls

$0.80

Vehicles Entry Permit (VEP) Fees

Waived for the first 10 days that you need to pay the VEP fees* in each calendar year, then $35 a day that your car is in Singapore thereafter.

 

* Malaysia-registered cars which have remained in Singapore for the full period of 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020 will have their VEP fees automatically waived from 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020. Please note that you will only be entitled to this waiver if you have remained in Singapore for the full period.  

 

This VEP fee waiver does not overlap with your 10 VEP-free days. If your vehicle has any of your 10 VEP-free days remaining, it will be utilised for VEP fees incurred before 18 March 2020, or after 14 April 2020.

 

You do not need to pay VEP fees:

 

  • On Saturdays, Sundays and Singapore public holidays
  • If you enter Singapore from 5.00 pm and exit by 2.00 am the next day
  • During Singapore's June and December school holidays, if you enter Singapore from 12 noon and exit by 2.00 am the next day

Reciprocal Road Charge (RRC)

$6.40 per entry

ERP Charges
If you choose to pay a fixed ERP fee


$5.00 a day

 

Fees (for motorcycles)

Fees

Amount (SGD)

 

 

Woodlands Checkpoint

Tuas Checkpoint

All Day

Entry & Exit Tolls

-

Vehicles Entry Permit (VEP) Fees

Waived for the first 10 days that you need to pay VEP fees* in each calendar year, then $4 a day that your motorcycle is in Singapore thereafter.

 

* Malaysia-registered motorcycles which have remained in Singapore for the full period of 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020 will have their VEP fees automatically waived from 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020. Please note that you will only be entitled to this waiver if you have remained in Singapore for the full period.  

 

This VEP fee waiver does not overlap with your 10 VEP-free days. If you have any of your 10 VEP-free days remaining, it will be utilised for VEP fees incurred before 18 March 2020, or after 14 April 2020.

 

You do not need to pay VEP fees:

 

  • On Saturdays, Sundays and Singapore public holidays
  • If you enter Singapore from 5.00 pm and exit by 2.00 am the next day
  • During Singapore's June and December school holidays, if you enter Singapore from 12 noon and exit by 2.00 am the next day


Calculate your total entry and exit fees before your visit to Singapore
 

You can check your entry and exit toll charges, VEP fees and Reciprocal Road Charge to prepare for your next visit to Singapore.  The values from the calculator are indicative. The actual fees and charges may be different depending on any changes that are determined by the authorities.

Please note that this calculator does not take into account the VEP fee waiver from 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020.

Disclaimers

  • Please be advised that the information derived from this computation table is a rough indication on the payable fees/charges amount. It is subjected to change as may be required or determined by the authority.
  • DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY: With respect to information available from this site, neither the Land Transport Authority nor any of their employees assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information. Please note that the information in this computation table should not be taken against the provider/authority.
  • From 15 February 2017, all foreign cars will have to pay a Reciprocal Road Charge (RRC) on a per-entry basis when they enter Singapore via the Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints. The RRC will be collected together with the Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP), toll charges and fixed Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) fees upon departure at the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint.
  • For all foreign cars, you will automatically be on the fixed ERP fee scheme if no In-vehicle Unit (IU) is installed in your vehicle. An ERP fee of S$5 daily is payable if you use ERP-priced roads during the ERP operating hours.
  • For vehicles with IUs, please note that separate ERP charges will apply. Click here to enquire ERP rates*.
  • For foreign cars and motorcycles, please note that your vehicle is allowed in Singapore for up to 14 days from the date of your last entry, or up to the expiry date of your vehicle's insurance and road tax, whichever is earlier. For drivers of foreign vehicles other than foreign cars and motorcycles, please note that all terms and conditions (outlined in the application form for the relevant permits) are to be adhered to while driving into and out of Singapore.
  • Due to the COVID-19 situation, VEPs for Malaysia-registered cars and motorcycles in Singapore will be automatically extended until 30 June 2020. You will need to apply for an extension of your VEP if you wish to keep your car or motorcycle in Singapore beyond 30 June 2020.
  • Please note that the charges shown in this table do not include any fines or outstanding charges your vehicle might have incurred in its past/current visit to Singapore.
  • Foreign vehicles which have remained in Singapore for the full period of 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020 will have their VEP fees automatically waived from 18 March 2020 to 14 April 2020.
  • Should you require any information on driving in Singapore, please log on to our website or call our hotlines at (02)-62255582 (from Malaysia) or at 1800-2255-582 (for calls made in Singapore).

* These rates are applicable to foreign cars installed with IUs, otherwise, a flat rate of S$5 per day is payable irrespective of the number of gantries passed through on that day.