Foreign vehicles with unpaid fines could be denied entry into Singapore from 1 April

Staff Writer, Singapore
·Editorial Team
The Woodlands Checkpoint in Singapore. (File photo: Reuters/Edgar Su)
The Woodlands Checkpoint in Singapore. (File photo: Reuters/Edgar Su)

The Singapore authorities have issued a reminder that foreign vehicles with a number of outstanding fines for traffic, parking or vehicular emissions offences may be denied entry into the Republic.

This move will take effect from 1 April, said the Housing & Development Board, Land Transport Authority, National Environment Agency, Singapore Police Force and Urban Redevelopment Authority in a joint press release on Friday (29 March).

The announcement was first made in February 2019.

The agencies reminded foreign motorists to check if they have any outstanding fines for vehicle-related offences and to settle them promptly before 1 April. They should also retain the receipt for verification purposes where required during their subsequent entries into Singapore.

These motorists may check their outstanding fines at www.axs.com.sg. Payment can be made through channels such as AXS kiosks and SingPost post offices.

They may also contact the aforementioned agencies for clarifications on their fines:

  • HDB – Tel: 1800-2255432, email: hdbcarparks@mailbox.hdb.gov.sg

  • LTA – Tel: 1800-225-5582

  • NEA – Tel: 6225-5632

  • SPF (Traffic Police) – Tel: 6547-0000

  • URA – Tel: 6329-3434


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