True for everybody, and £6,000 probably isn't going to be enough (the permits are auctioned and prices vary from year to year). Try a search for "Certificate of Entitlement" or "COE".Graham Birch wrote:We are looking into emigrating to Singapore and wondered about driving in the City. We heard when we were there in the Summer, that you have to pay about £6,000 to have a licence to own a car, before you even buy one. Is that true for Expats or Singaporeans only?
Public transport is very good here. Probably you will even not need a car.if I would really need the car or if public transport is good enough.
Roughly:If I was to take driving lessons in singapore, how much is it going to cost me?
Greetings to every one. My first post here. Does one need to by a COE to buy a motorcycle?SingaporeNetizen wrote:There are 2 kinds of license for driving a car in Singapore
Class 3 - Manual & Auto Cars
Class 3A - Auto Cars only
To get a license, first you need to pass your theory assessments
For learning to drive in auto car in driving schools, cost is around $60 SGD to $70 SGD for 100 minutes. You need to clear through different stages of learning before you are able to take the final practical assessment to get your license.
There are cheaper alternatives which is to seek certified private trainers which I will not recommend here.
To purchase a car, you need to buy a "piece of paper" called COE for around SGD 11,000 to 20,000 depending on your luck and timing.
Latest COE Price
Taking taxi or renting vehicle in Singapore might be more cheaper
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Yes, you need a COE to operate a motorcycle on the road. However, it is significantly cheaper than one for a car. The cost is right around S$700 right now.Yaatri wrote:Greetings to every one. My first post here. Does one need to by a COE to buy a motorcycle?
how do u weight abt more expensive?sin2008 wrote:20k gives you the right to drive, umm, i really like this idea.
I hope it is 20 million, so I don't need to think about it.
I am from Hong Kong. Based on my research and several trips to singapore, I can safely say, as of now, singapore is much more expensive to live now for a profile like this
1. a family of 3-5, kids goes to International School
2. a flat of 1500-2500 sqf
3. 1-2 cars
4. household earning of 100k to 500k
5. dining out in nice restaurants 1-3 times/week
6. travel 1-3 times overseas per year
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