Driver License in Singapore

Getting a Driving License in Singapore

The legal Singapore driving license age is 18 years old. To getting your driving license, you will need to pass a test of competence to drive which consists of a Basic Theory Test (BTT), Final Theory Test (FTT) and Practical Driving Test (PDT).

There are driving schools in Singapore, which offer training for a range of licenses.

Automobile Association of Singapore (AA)

Automobile Association of Singapore (AA) is the authorised organisation to issue International Driving Permit in Singapore. Following the Convention Road Traffic of 19 September 1949, this international driving licence issued by AA Singapore is valid for 1-year from the date of issue.

Apply by Online Application, please click here
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For enquiry on delivery status, please contact AA Customer Service at Call 

Apply by Through Walk-In Application
2 Kung Chong Rd #06-01 AA Centre, Singapore 159140
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 8 pm | Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday: Closed
535 Kallang Bahru #01-08, GB Point, Singapore 339351
Monday - Sunday: 10.30 am - 8 pm
4190 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 #03-03 Broadway Plaza, Singapore 569841
Monday - Sunday: 10.30 am - 8 pm
* Last transaction for all place at 7.30 pm 

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Driving Centres

Bukit Batok Driving Centre Ltd

Bukit Batok Driving Centre is a leading driving centre in Singapore. We offer comprehensive and systematic driving and riding courses to individuals and qualified drivers.

815 Bukit Batok West Ave 5, Singapore 659085
Monday - Friday: 7.30 am – 10.50 pm | Saturday & Sunday: 7.30 – 3 pm | Public Holidays: Closed

All visitors are required to make an appointment before visiting our centre, please click here

Check for your assigned car or bike tag number with Mobile Application:  App Store | Google Play

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ComfortDelGro Driving Centre

From a humble fleet of just 6 cars in April 1996, CDC is now a full-service centre with 250 cars and bikes providing a comprehensive range of driving courses to suit your needs. ComfortDelGro Driving Centre aims to train learner drivers and riders to develop good driving habits and be both skilled and socially responsible on the road.

205 Ubi Ave 4, Singapore 408805
Kovan MRT Station (Exit A) 900 Upper Serangoon Road #01-01, Singapore 534799 | Call
Tampines Pick Up Point | Call

Monday - Friday: 9 am - 7 pm | Saturday & Sunday: 8.30 am - 12.30 pm

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Pan Country Driving Centre (PCDC)

Established in the 1980s, Pan Country Driving Centre Pte Ltd (PCDC) was one of the pioneer driving centres in Singapore. From providing training on Class 3, Class 4 and Class 5 vehicles, PCDC has along the way switched focus, and concentrated instead on the heavy vehicle training to cater to the market’s demand.

2, Woodlands Industrial Park E4 Singapore 757387
Monday - Friday: 7.45 am - 8.25 pm | Saturday & Sunday: 8 am - 3.45 pm | Public Holidays: Closed

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Singapore Safety Driving Centre

SSDC, a private organization was established since 20 July 1983 as a pioneer driving centre in Singapore. We started training for motorcycle riders on 1 April 1985 and motorcar drivers on 1 September 1985. SSDC has spared no effort in providing students with the best facilities and instructions for training on road safety. We also conduct defensive driving and riding courses, refresher driving course for qualified licence holders.

2, Woodlands Industrial Park E4, Singapore 757387 | Call
Monday - Friday: 8.05 am - 8.15 pm (Close at 2.30 pm - 3.15 pm) | Saturday & Sunday: 8.05 am - 3.30 pm | Public Holidays: Closed

635 Ang Mo Kio Street 61 #01-5113, Singapore 560635 | Call
Monday - Friday: 10 am - 8.30 pm (Close at 1.30 pm - 2.15 pm & 6.15 pm - 7 pm | Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday: Closed

All visitors are required to make an appointment before visiting our centre, please click here

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Traffic Police

The Singapore Police Force (SPF) is a uniformed organisation under the purview of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The mission of the SPF is to prevent, deter and detect crime to ensure the safety and security of Singapore. This is done through its focus on the 5 broad areas of Police work - Frontline Policing, Counter and E-services, Investigation, Community Engagement and Public Security & Order.

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Provisional Driving License

You can apply or renew for Provisional Driving Licence (PDL)

For learner motorists who are not eligible to apply for SingPass (e.g. work permit holders and student pass holders), you are also able to apply for PDL and renew PDL online using your FIN number and Date of Birth.

For foreigners (for eg. Work permit holders and S pass holders) applying for Class 4, 4A or 5 PDL, please note that you will need to apply in person at the Woodlands Test Centre (WTC).

Payment of S$25 for application or renewal of PDL can only be made over the counter at WTC using NETS or Cashcard.

Woodlands Test Centre
Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC)
2 Woodlands Industrial Park E4, Singapore 757387

www | Login via SingPass | Login via FIN & Date of Birth


Qualified Driving License

This e-service to apply and make payment for your Qualified Driving License (if you have passed the practical test at any of the 3 Traffic Police Test Centres). This e-service also allows you to replace (if it is lost or damage) or renew (only for foreigners) your Qualified Driving License.

www | Login via SingPass | Login via FIN & Date of Birth

Various Location in Singapore
Monday - Friday: 8.30 am - 5.30 pm | Saturday: 8.30 am - 1 pm | Sundays and Public Holidays: Closed

Q-Ticket issuing Hours: Monday - Friday: 8.30 am - 5 pm | Saturdays: 8am - 12.30 pm


Practice on Driving Theory Test online 


Posted in Basics, Expat, INFO Website, Permanent | Posted on February 22, 2021
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