Can I drive in Singapore with a foreign license?

Can foreign driving license drive in Singapore?

A foreigner above 18 years of age and holding a Work Pass/Dependent Pass/Student Pass may drive in Singapore with a valid (class 3, 3A or 2B) foreign licence, for a period of not more than 12 months. A Singapore driving licence is required after 12 months.

Where can I change my international drivers license in Singapore?

You only need to pass BTT for conversion of foreign driving licence. Conversion of foreign licence will be subjected to Traffic Police’s approval. After passing BTT, you will have to proceed to the service counters in Traffic Police Headquarters at 10 Ubi Avenue 3, Singapore 408865, for conversion.

Do you need an IDP to drive in Singapore?

Foreigners who are staying in Singapore for less than 12 months will have to produce a valid foreign driving license and an International Driving Permit (IDP). If an International Driving Permit is not available, a translation of your foreign driving license to the English Language is required.

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Is Singapore licence International?

Some member countries of ASEAN recognise the Singapore drivers’ licence. … Therefore, Singaporean motorists can use their national driver’s licence without the need to obtain an IDP in the following countries; Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Brunei, and Malaysia.

Can I drive with Indian license in Singapore?

People 18-years or above are allowed to drive in Singapore. You can drive in Singapore with your Indian Driving Licence, and it is valid for 12 months after that Singapore Driving Licence is mandatory.

Can Malaysia International license drive in Singapore?

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.

What do I need to bring to convert my license?

Please bring along these items:

  • Your passport + a photocopy.
  • Your NRIC/entry permit/employment pass/dependent pass/social visit pass/work permit + a photocopy.
  • A recent passport-sized colour photograph of yourself in front of a white background.
  • Original and a photocopy of a valid foreign driving licence.

Where can I get my driving license in Singapore?

You will need to study for the Basic Theory Test and book for it at one of the three driving centres in Singapore: Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC); Comfort Delgro Centre (CDC) and Bukit Batok Driving Centre (BBDC). They are located at Woodlands, Ubi and Bukit Batok respectively.

How can I convert my foreign Licence to Indian license?

As a foreign national, to obtain a driving licence in India, follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Visit the nearest regional transport office in your region of residence.
  2. As the applicant, ask for a registration form for the registration of your vehicle from the concerned authority.
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Which countries require an international driving permit?

International Driving Permits are Required* in the following countries for US Licensed Drivers: Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Spain. *IDP enforcement may vary based upon car rental supplier as well as renting country.

How do I get an international driving permit in Singapore?

How to Apply for an International Driving Licence Online?

  1. A copy of your Singapore driving licence (front and back).
  2. A copy of your NRIC (front and back) for Singaporeans / Permanent Residents.
  3. A copy of your employment pass/FIN Card (front and back) for foreigners.

Can Malaysian drive Singapore registered car in Singapore?

Are work pass holders who live in Malaysia allowed to drive Malaysian-registered vehicles into Singapore for daily use? Yes. However, you need to ensure that the vehicle is kept outside of Singapore for at least 6 hours a day. Work pass holders who live in Singapore should only drive Singapore-registered vehicles.