Vehicle Recall

In the interest of safety, vehicle manufacturers may recall vehicles with defects for rectification.

At a glance

Understanding vehicle recall

When a vehicle is recalled, motor dealers/ importers are required to notify LTA and the owners of affected vehicles.

 

Your motor dealer/ importer will then arrange for rectification works, if your vehicle is affected.

 

With the Electronic Vehicle Recall System (EVRS) you can now check the details of the recalls, and determine if your vehicle is affected.

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Check if your vehicle is affected by a recall

Check vehicles being recalled in the past 6 months

Check the status of rectification works for your recalled vehicle


Understanding vehicle recall


Your vehicle may be recalled if the manufacturer finds defects that need to be rectified. Your motor dealer or importer is responsible for informing you as well as LTA.

They must also make arrangements to rectify the affected vehicles.

If your vehicle is affected, your motor dealer or importer will notify and arrange rectification works directly with you. Check with your motor dealer for the latest information on vehicle recall. 
 

The Electronic Vehicle Recall System
 

When LTA is notified by a motor dealer or importer about any vehicle recall, the information is updated into the Electronic Vehicle Recall System (EVRS).
 

With the EVRS, you can check:

  • If your vehicle is recalled
  • The list of vehicles being recalled
  • The status of rectification works for your recalled vehicle

 

Check if your vehicle is affected by a recall

Check the recalls submitted in the last 6 months

Check the status of the rectification works for your recalled vehicle