Renewing a Driving Licence
How to renew your Singapore driving licence, including details on the documents and payments required...
A Singapore driving licence is valid for five years for foreigners. For Singapore citizens and permanent residents, the licence is valid until the holder's 65th birthday, and then needs to be renewed every three years.
Foreigners holding a Singapore driving licence should renew it at the Traffic Police Department one month before the licence expires. No reminder letters are sent out.
Renewal must be done in person at:
- Traffic Police Department
At: 10 Ubi Avenue 3, Singapore 408865
Open: 08:30-17:30 Mondays to Fridays, 08:30-13:00 Saturdays
The following documents and payment are required when renewing a licence:
- Work permit/employment pass/student pass/dependant pass, and/or other documents showing extended stay in Singapore
- Matt/semi-matt finish passport-size colour photograph on a white background
- Processing fee (cashcard and NETS only)
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Drivers over 65 years old
If the driving licence holder if over the age of 65, they will need to renew their driving licence at least two months before their 65th birthday. A medical examination form is required filled in by a registered practitioner at one of the Government polyclinics or a private clinic in Singapore. The driving licence will then need to be renewed every three years thereafter.
The medical examination form is sent to the driver approximately 8 to 10 weeks before the driver's birthday, and can also be obtained from the Traffic Police Department.
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