What is VEP Singapore?

How do I pay VEP in Singapore?

You can pay VEP fees and extend VEP via the AXS by Singapore-issued ATM card or Singapore-issued credit card. If you recently extended your VEP and paid your VEP fees, you can only carry out the next VEP extension and payment via AXS 2 days before its next expiry.

How much is the VEP?

All foreign-registered vehicles here must pay VEP fees of $4 per day for motorcycles and $35 per day for cars. Each VEP is valid for 14 days from the date of entry into Singapore.

Do Singapore cars need VEP to enter Malaysia?

New Vehicle Entry Permit For Singaporean Motorists to Johor Bahru. Starting from 1 October 2019, all vehicles travelling across the causeway to Malaysia will require a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) to enter.

Can I pay Autopass online?

Motorists driving cars or riding motorcycles registered in Malaysia and Thailand can apply and pay online for an Autopass Card before driving into Singapore. You will need: Your identity card or passport.

How do I pay my road tax in Singapore?

You can pay online or via AXS services, SAM services, GIRO or at Authorised Road Tax Collection Centres. Before you renew your road tax, meet all your renewal prerequisites at least 3 working days in advance. You have to renew your road tax before it expires, or you will have to pay late renewal fees and fines.

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What is a VEP eye test?

Visual Evoked Potentials (VEPs) testing measures the signals from your visual pathway. Small gold cups called electrodes are pasted to your head to allow us to record those signals. Just like in a regular eye exam, it is necessary to check how each eye works on its own.

How long can Malaysian car stay in Singapore?

Malaysian vehicles are allowed to be in Singapore for a maximum of 14 days per entry, or up to the expiry of your vehicle’s insurance, whichever is earlier.

Can VEP RFID pay tolls?

The RFID tag can also be used in conjunction with the Touch ‘n Go eWallet for payment of toll fee on highways (RFID lane).

Can Singapore car drive in Malaysia?

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. For more information, please visit LTA ‘s One Motoring website.

Is VEP compulsory?

While the road charge needs to be paid every time your car enters Malaysia via Johor, the VEP is a five-year permit that costs RM25 (S$8.25). And yes, the VEP is indeed compulsory.