Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) Fees, Toll Charges & Reciprocal Road Charge

RECIPROCAL ROAD CHARGE ON FOREIGN-REGISTERED VEHICLES

From 15 February 2017, all foreign-registered cars will have to pay a Reciprocal Road Charge (RRC) of S$6.40 per-entry when they enter Singapore via the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint.

The RRC will be collected together with the VEP fee, toll charges and fixed Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) fees upon departure at the Tuas or Woodlands Checkpoint.

The fees and charges you pay will depend on the type of vehicle, checkpoint and day/time you enter Singapore.

Motorists are advised to familiarise themselves with payments of fees and charges when using the checkpoints. Please note that a fine of up to S$1,000 may be imposed if fees and charges are not deducted at the immigration booths.

You can use the Online Calculator for VEP Fees, Toll Charges & Reciprocal Road Charge  to check how much you need to pay.


Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) Fee for Foreign-Registered Vehicles

VEP fees apply to all foreign-registered cars and motorcycles that enter Singapore.

Foreign-registered cars and motorcycles are required to pay daily VEP fees for each day the vehicles are kept or used in Singapore.

With effect from 1 August 2014, VEP fee for foreign-registered cars will be S$35 per day. VEP fee for foreign-registered motorcycles will remain at S$4. Motorists can still drive into Singapore for 10 VEP free days per calendar year. There is also no change to the VEP operating hours.

Vehicle Category

VEP Fees at Tuas Checkpoint & Woodlands Checkpoint

Mondays – Fridays
(2am – 5pm)*

Mondays – Fridays
(5pm – 2am*),
Saturdays, Sundays and Singapore Public Holidays

Cars

S$35 per day

No VEP fee payable

Motorcycles

S$4 per day

* During the Singapore mid-year and year-end school holidays, VEP fees will apply from 2am – 12pm.

 


Extension of Stay

Each foreign-registered vehicle is given a VEP grace period of 14 days from the date of entry, or up to the expiry of the vehicle’s insurance and road tax, whichever is earlier.

It is an offence for a foreign-registered vehicle to overstay in Singapore. If you wish to keep your vehicle in Singapore beyond 14 days, please visit LTA's office at 10 Sin Ming Drive to extend its period of stay, bringing along the following documents:

  • Autopass Card
  • Vehicle Registration Card
  • Insurance certificate
  • The vehicle
  • Cash payment

 


Toll Charges for Local & Foreign-Registered Vehicles

Toll charges are calculated on a per trip basis.

  • Tuas Checkpoint – Arrival and departure toll charges are applicable.
  • Woodlands Checkpoint – With effect from 1 October 2014, departure toll charges will be revised and arrival toll charges will be introduced. 

Vehicle Category

Tuas Checkpoint (departure) Tuas Checkpoint
(arrival)
Woodlands Checkpoint
(departure)
Woodlands Checkpoint
(arrival)

Motorcycles

S$0.50

S$0.50

-

-

Cars

S$3.20

S$3.20

S$3.80

S$2.70

Vans/Light Goods Vehicles*

S$7.40

S$7.40

S$5.80

S$4.00

Heavy Goods Vehicles

S$14.70

S$14.70

S$7.70

S$5.30

Taxis

S$2.50

S$2.50

S$1.90

S$1.40

Buses

S$3.90

S$3.90

S$3.10

S$2.20

* Vans/Light Goods Vehicles are defined as those having 2 axles or 6 wheels or less.