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How does LTA check lay up bike?


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how to pay online? can give me the webby to pay online one ?

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can ride at carpark?

 

can. but if got caught, license gone + fine o_O.

 

heard penalty fine is quite heavy because riding a machine w/o rd tax and insurance.:faint:

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Hi Guys,

 

May I know if I can lay up a Singapore registered bike in Malaysia. Means, I ride the bike Malaysia first, then do the lay up process.

 

Thanks a lot.

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Hi Guys,

 

May I know if I can lay up a Singapore registered bike in Malaysia. Means, I ride the bike Malaysia first, then do the lay up process.

 

Thanks a lot.

 

Why would you want to do that? I do not think it is possible to lay up bikes using Malaysia Address. Just Imagine LTA/ROV need to cross the causeway just to check if the bike is still there at the stipulated address.

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best way to handle is this:

 

1. call NTUC before hand with your information and they will get the whole insurance thing sorted out for you. you can do this a week or so in advance.

 

2. go to NTUC to collect your papers...a few minutes.

 

3. go to do your inspection and apply road tax.

 

this is what the NTUC folks told me the last time i called about a month ago.

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Hi may i knw if the prevues owner never caner the road text and change to my name and add and i puting on lay up. wat Shld I do?

And the lta get sending me letter to inform me tat e road text exp on last week wat must I do??already send me a red letter le..will I have to pay fine?

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just curious for those track bikes, they have to call up lta and inform that the bike is being towed to msia? And once its across the border do you guys still tow or ride it hehe...

 

Must tell them beforehand and yes, must tow. Those bike shops has their race bikes on vans tho.

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