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LTA Approval for Classic Motorcycles WITHOUT Side Indicators! 1967 Triumph Daytona Example!


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Bro James recently shared in the Singapore Classic Motorcycle Group that he had actually written in to LTA to request for approval to run his classic 1967 Triumph Daytona motorcycles and have actually gotten the written approval from them that side indicators are not required as "the manufacturer did not originally installed turn signals or side indicators on the motorcycle from the factory".

From LTA feedback e-mail:



"We have noted the documents submitted by you and would like to inform you that we have no objection to your 1967 Triumph Daytona classic motorcycle without indicators as then Triumph motorcycle manufacture did not originally install with indicators. Please note that you are required to obey traffic rules when the classic motorcycle is travelling on the roads."

So if you have a classic motorcycle that do not currently have indicators and you would like to keep the original look of the motorcycle, do write in to LTA and submit the relevant documents as required to prove your case and hope for the best! There is now precedence of LTA approving on a case by case basis which is a good thing!

You should try to provide:

1) Notes and photos from actual production year that the motorcycle did not come from factory with indicators

2) Paperwork from manufacturer stating the that classic motorcycle was produced without factory indicators

3) Relevant laws and paperwork of home country of production stating indicators were not a requirement during that time period

Good luck!


Sample picture of a 1967 Triumph Daytona without factory side indicators

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