Vehicle registration should be valid in order for you to drive on the road. If you are caught driving a vehicle with expired registration, your vehicle can be seized and you will have to pay a hefty penalty.
Vehicle registration should be renewed before the expiry date. Below are the procedures on how you can renew your vehicle registration:
Pre – requisites (Prior Condition before Application)
- If your vehicle registration is expired, you will need to get a permit to drive first.
- Pay all your convicted TIN’s.
Checklists (What to bring)
- Renew your 3rd Party insurance and carry with you when at the counter.
||Inspection Fees (Private)
|| Inspection Fees ( PSV)
||Issuance of Inspection certificate (Private)
|| Issuance of Inspection certificate (PSV)
||Annual Registration ranging from
||$43.60 - $328.41 depending on the size of engine
||Road User Levy ranging from
||$3.79 - $109.00 depending on the size of engine
||Arrears Fees (Accumulated if your vehicle is expired)
- Fill in the application form (you can get this form online or at LTA’s office.)
- Submit the application form together with the checklist (as mentioned above) to the Customer Service Officer. (CSO)
- Once the CSO has updated your application in the system, you will need to pay the Inspection fees (1) above.
- After you have paid the Inspection fees, 3rd party updated and you have got your receipt, you will need to take your vehicle for inspection. LTA’s approved vehicle examiner will examine your vehicle and enter the result in their system. If inspection is failed, the Vehicle examiner will issue you the defect form. You will need to fix the defects, pay for inspection again and re-do the inspection.
- If the inspection is passed, then you will once again come back to the CSO and pay fees 2-5 above.
- You will receive your registration certificate.