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now so hightech liao. everything can do online. last time to need to chiong to LTA in the morning to siam all the long queues. haha

if you are singaporean, the only way is to do it through ur singpass... they only allow LTA counter walk in if you are a foreigner with no singpass

link is here:

https://vrl.lta.gov.sg/lta/vrl/action/selfLayUpPreApplicationDT?FUNCTION_ID=F0801002TT

 

When your vehicle is laid-up, it cannot be used on the road and must be parked at a declared garage address.

 

The lay-up period will start the day after your application is approved. The lay-up duration is up to 1 year per application. A vehicle can only be laid-up consecutively for a maximum of 3 years. There may be exceptions for buses carrying school children. If your vehicle has a COE, the COE must continue to be valid during the lay-up.

You need not pay road tax when the vehicle is laid-up.

Each application costs $17.12.

your COE will still continue to run......................

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On 12/31/2020 at 11:27 AM, kiss29 said:

Can a Layup bike be directly Scrapped/deregister?

Or need to go viacom test, register with road tax, then send to scrapyard to deregister?

 

My friend scrapped his bike straight from layup, didn't have to re-register the bike for road use. If you are going to scrap i don't think it matters to LTA whether you go for another inspection or not. If your bike is currently laid up maybe you can try to apply for scrap and see if it prompts any error?

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now so hightech liao. everything can do online. last time to need to chiong to LTA in the morning to siam all the long queues. haha

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4 hours ago, 736cc said:

now so hightech liao. everything can do online. last time to need to chiong to LTA in the morning to siam all the long queues. haha

I don't miss those days to be honest. Younger riders nowadays don't know how much time and effort the new SingPass system has saved us.

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