Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Govt proposes 1-year extension for 10-year-old e-hailing vehicles

Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong says this will help drivers affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

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The transport ministry is proposing a one-year extension to the rule requiring e-hailing vehicles to be under 10 years of age.

Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong said the move would ease the burden of drivers affected by the Covid-19 crisis, who would not have to replace their vehicles once they hit the 10-year limit.

“I would like to announce that during the Covid-19 period, the maximum age for public vehicles will be automatically extended by a year,” Wee said in his winding-up speech on the budget for his ministry, which was passed by bloc vote later.

Under current e-hailing regulations, only vehicles manufactured less than 10 years ago will be allowed to renew their road tax.

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