Driving into Singapore

Driving in Singapore is a breeze. Navigating around the island is easy as there are well-marked road signs which are all in English.

One of the world's best airports, the Singapore Changi Airport offers unparalleled service and efficiency at its two Terminals. For more visit Singapore Changi Airport

If you do not wish to be on the fixed ERP rate scheme, you will need to either rent an IU or install an IU permanently on your car. For more visite FAQs driving into Singapore

Women in an advanced state of pregnancy (i.e. 6 months or more) intending to visit Singapore should make prior application to the nearest Singapore overseas mission. For more visit Immigration and Customs

There are tolls for the bridges (Causeway and Second Link) that connect Singapore and Malaysia which have to be paid in both countries. For more visit Driving Between Singapore And Malaysia

Foreign motorists are required to pay tolls and a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) charge at the checkpoints when they drive into Singapore. Payments have to be made using the electronic smartcard, called the Autopass Card. For more visit Driving In From Malaysia

A valid driving licence from your country of residence or a valid International Driving License is required for driving in Singapore. Conversion of foreign driving licenses to Singapore driving licenses can be done at the Traffic Police Department, 10 Ubi Avenue 3, Singapore 408865. Tel: 6547 0000. For more visit Driving Information

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