That's because of the crazy idiot bike riders who pay no attention. A bunch of carrots.jagermeister wrote:Pls just don’t ride a bike in S’pore. Number of bike accidents here are crazy high
It's getting harder for sure.nawshie wrote:Hey all,
Looking for advice from fellow converters
I am trying to convert my motor cycle license, Texas class M (open) from the USA to a Singapore class 2 (open) license however I seem to be in a pickle ... The website States that I need documentary proof of size of bike tested on by the authority. I don't have a letter but I have the training and pass slip showing the registration and insurance of the bike and size however the guy at Butik Batok denied me.
I am trying to see who else had similar issues and managed to Wade through the red tape to get it ...
Any advice welcome as I want to go back and try at the woodlands
I did both courses (Basic and Advanced) and got them to mark down the bike, reg and CC on the certificate. I was thinking of getting a formal letter from the training center to state all the evidence down and indicate they are a state authorized testing etc. Have all papers, photos of all 3 big bikes i owned and rode ...Strong Eagle wrote:What training? The MSF weekend training course? I don't think it shows what cc's you used and in any event, the basic course is small bikes. If you took the advanced course with your own bike, you should be able to prove up cc's.
If you have been riding large bikes in Texas, take pictures. Can you match the date of purchase of your large bike against your training pass date?
It used to be a lot easier. You are going to have to cough up evidence that they passed you on a big bike. A flight back and the advanced riders course may be what you need.
Other folks have tried a different route. Don't get your Singapore motorcycle license at all. Buy and ride a big bike in Singapore for almost a year, using your Texas license, then ask for the class 2 license. I've seen one circumstance where this was denied, and one where it was approved. Like PNGMK said... it's getting harder... mainly because too many people of too young an age have attempted to get unlimited class 2 licenses even though they didn't have such a bike at home.
My ride when I was in Singapore.
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