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You can drive your Singapore-registered vehicle out of Singapore and back if you meet these requirements.

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Driving your vehicle out of Singapore

Before driving out of Singapore, you must meet certain exit requirements.
 

You must pay tolls by inserting your stored-value card into the card reader at the immigration booth when you exit and re-enter Singapore. Failure to pay your tolls can result in fines.

 

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Driving your vehicle out of Singapore
 

Before exiting Singapore
 

You must have the following:

  • 3/4 tank of fuel

    • Your vehicle’s fuel tank must be at least three-quarter full when exiting Singapore. This applies to all vehicles, including hybrid vehicles and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles
  • A valid printed copy of your vehicle’s certificate of insurance (Malaysian authorities may request for this document)   
  • A valid printed copy of your vehicle’s road tax validity (Malaysian authorities may request for this document)

    View or print past road-tax transactions on your dashboard
  • A stored-value card

    • Ensure that your stored-value card (NETS CashCard or CEPAS Card) has sufficient value to pay toll charges

Contact the relevant Malaysian authorities directly for more information pertaining to Malaysia’s entry and exit tolls, road charges, licences and traffic offences:

Additional requirement for buses and heavy vehicles:

  • Commercial vehicle licence

    • Ensure that your vehicle is licensed as a commercial vehicle in Malaysia

Learn how to apply for a commercial vehicle licence


Exiting Singapore


Toll charges payable to exit Singapore:


 

Woodlands Checkpoint

Tuas Checkpoint
(from 1 April 2018)


Vehicle Category


All Day

Peak Hours:
5.00 am-10.00 am
3.00 pm-11.00 pm

Off-Peak Hours:
11.00 pm-5.00 am

10.00 am-3.00 pm

Motorcycles

-

$0.40

$0.40

Cars

$1.00

$2.50

$1.30

Vans/Light Goods Vehicles*

$1.50

$5.60

$1.50

Heavy Goods Vehicles

$2.00

$11.30

$2.00

Taxis

$0.50

$1.90

$1.00

Buses

$0.80

$3.00

$1.50


* To fall under the vans and light goods vehicle category, vehicles should have 2 axles or 6 wheels or less.
 

 

Autopass
 

Announcement Shout-out

Remember to pay your toll charges before driving away from the immigration booth, even if the barrier is lifted after completion of immigration clearance, to avoid fines of up to $1,000.


Right Turn Restriction from Woodlands Centre Road to Woodlands Crossing (Johor)

Motorists are not allowed to turn right into Woodlands Crossing from Woodlands Centre Road to enter Woodlands Checkpoint during restricted hours. Motorists must proceed to Old Woodlands Road or turn left onto Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE) when the right turn restriction is in operation.

The restricted hours for the different types of vehicles are below:

Types of Vehicles

No Right Turn Restricted Hours

Motorcycles and Heavy Vehicles

At all times

SBST/SMRT buses and school buses

No restriction at all times

All other vehicles

4.00 pm to 10.00 pm, Mondays to Fridays

10.00 am to 10.00 pm, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

 

Restricted Hours
 

Returning to Singapore
 

When driving back to Singapore, pay toll charges by inserting your stored-value card into the card reader at the checkpoint immigration booth.

Remember to pay your toll charges before driving away from the immigration booth, even if the barrier is lifted after completion of immigration clearance, to avoid fines of up to $1,000.
 

Toll charges payable to re-enter Singapore: 

 

Woodlands Checkpoint

Tuas Checkpoint
(from 1 April 2018)


Vehicle Category


All Day

Peak Hours:
5.00 am-10.00 am
3.00 pm-11.00 pm

Off-Peak Hours:
11.00 pm-5.00 am

10.00 am-3.00 pm

Motorcycles

-

$0.40

$0.40

Cars

-

$2.50

$1.30

Vans/Light Goods Vehicles*

-

$5.60

$1.50

Heavy Goods Vehicles

-

$11.30

$2.00

Taxis

-

$1.90

$1.00

Buses

-

$3.00

$1.50


* To fall under the vans and light goods vehicle category, vehicles should have 2 axles or 6 wheels or less.

If you need assistance at the checkpoints, approach the officers at the LTA office.


Topping up your stored-value card


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

Via NETS

  • Local Banks 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 – booth is located along Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim
     
Top-Up Booth
 
  • Woodlands Checkpoint – booth is located along Woodlands Centre Road
Top-Up Booth
 

Via credit and debit cards

  • For NETS FlashPay card: NETS FlashPay Reader App on Android smartphones with near-field communication (NFC) capability. The app can be downloaded from Google Play
  • For EZ-Link card: My EZ-Link Mobile App or the EZ-Link App on Android smartphones with near-field communication (NFC) capability. The app can be downloaded from Google Play
  • General Ticketing Machines (GTM) at MRT stations
  • Auto Top-Up