hi there vdruk,
Originally Posted by vdruk
perhaps you should re-read post #14 in this thread... it is not too far above your post. or you can click:
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.
For licence not written in English language, an International Driving Permit or translation is required as explained below.
Please note that Work Permit holders are not allowed to drive for work-related purposes unless the occupation stated in the Work Permit is as a "Driver".
Driving licence not in English language
For a foreign driving licence that is not in English language, you are required to have an International Driving Permit in addition to the foreign driving licence.
If an International Driving Permit is not available, an official translation of your driving licence in English is required. You may obtain translation from the relevant Embassy, High Commission, the Singapore Subordinate Court or the Singapore High Court.
Translation is not required for licence issued by Brunei , Indonesia and Malaysia.
if you require actual legal "proof", please read through the Road Traffic Act (Part 2, Licensing of Drivers):
specifically SS 38(1):
Subject to the provisions of this Act, it shall be lawful for a person resident outside Singapore who is temporarily in Singapore and who holds a valid foreign driving licence to drive in Singapore during a period of 12 months from the date of his last entry into Singapore a motor vehicle of the class or description which the foreign driving licence authorises him to drive, notwithstanding that he does not hold a driving licence granted under this Part.
i hope this helps!