How to Deregister & Export A Vehicle Out From Singapore

Vehicles in Singapore due to strict regulations and the high cost of maintaining an old vehicle can be deregistered and exported to countries you may want to.

Elvie Lins

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Procedure for Deregistering a Car

When the time came to deregister our company vehicle in Singapore, I anticipated it would be a challenging process. Surprisingly, it turned out to be simpler than expected. Deregistering vehicles in Singapore involves two straightforward steps.

Typically, the Land Transportation Authority of Singapore (LTA) notifies you when it’s time to either renew the Certificate of Entitlement (COE) for your car or if the vehicle has reached the end of its designated years. To initiate this process, you’ll require a T-PIN, a unique code obtainable by visiting www.onemotoring.com.sg.

Based on our experience, my husband, as the registered owner, played a crucial role in applying online through the One Motoring website. To log in, a Singpass is essential, serving as our identity for government transactions in Singapore. The Singpass is linked to our Singapore identity number, and each login necessitates a local number for receiving an OTP via SMS.

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Elvie Lins

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