Obtaining Driving License in Singapore

If you intend to drive your own vehicle in Singapore then you have to possess a valid driving license. Obtaining Driving License in Singapore is a rigorous process followed by combining certain steps to guarantee hundred percent safety and security to the drivers as well as the riders. Focussingapore provides a comprehensive insight in obtaining driving license in Singapore.

The driving licenses are classified into two types namely class 3 driving license and Class 2B riding license. The minimum age for acquiring the driving license is eighteen years.

A class3 driving license is required to drive a car, while a Class 2B riding license is necessary to drive a scooter or motor bike.

One has to appear for two tests namely the Basic Driving Theory Test and the Final Driving Theory Test to obtain class3 driving license. The driving tests are generally held in the following centers like Ang Mo Kio Test Center, Bukit Batok Test Center, Jurong Test Center, Comfort Driving Center, Safety Driving Centre and more.

The application forms for the tests can be collected from the above mentioned centers. One has to show his or her identity card while collecting the application form.

The Provisional Driving License (PDL) can be obtained after clearance of the Basic Driving Theory Test. When collecting the PDL one has to show the identity card and the result slip of the Basic Driving Theory Test. With a PDL one can take driving lessons on the road under the guidance of an authorized instructor. An eye test is conducted during the application time for PDL. A PDL is valid for six months only.Next one has to appear for the Final Driving Theory Test and after that for a Practical Driving Test. The Practical Driving Test has to be cleared within two years of qualifying the Final Driving Theory Test. To apply for Final Driving Theory Test one has to produce his or her identity card, PDL and the Final Driving Theory Test's result slip.

For obtaining Class 2B Riding License one has to sit for the Motorcycle Riding Theory Test and the Practical Riding Test.

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