How can I get taxi Licence in Singapore?
To apply for a Taxi Driver’s Vocational Licence (TDVL), you must meet the following requirements:
- Be at least 30 years old at the point of application.
- Be a Singapore Citizen.
- Have a valid Class 3 or 3A Singapore driving licence for a continuous period of at least 1 year at the point of application.
Who can drive taxi in Singapore?
Grab Car Driver Requirements And of course, you need to be a Singaporean or Permanent Resident (PR) with a valid Class 3 driving license. For a PR, it’s stated that you must be employed by a limousine company. However, as of 2021, new private hire drivers must be Singaporeans that are at least 30 years of age.
Can foreigners drive taxi in Singapore?
Foreigners can now legally and officially compete with Singaporean taxi drivers on Singapore roads. There is no minimum age as long as the drivers held a Class 3/3A driving licence for at least two years.
How do I get a Class 4 license in Singapore?
For Class 4 License:
- NRIC (Singaporean/Permanent Resident)
- Passport & Work Permit/Employment Pass (Foreigner)
- Valid Class 3 Driving Licence.
- Valid vehicle insurance certificate.
- Valid Class 4 Provisional Driving Licence (PDL)
- Photocopy of valid PDI licence (Private students ONLY)
What is a vocational license?
Vocational license means a license, permit or certificate directly related to completed vocational training and which is a prerequisite to the performance of job functions related to said vocational training.
Do taxis have mots?
The legal requirement is that all taxis should be subject to an MOT test or its equivalent once a year. For PHVs the requirement is for an annual test after the vehicle is three years old.
Can I drive in Singapore with international license?
For you to drive as a tourist or a temporary visitor in Singapore, you must have both a valid foreign driving licence and an International Driving Permit (IDP) to drive in Singapore. If you are working in Singapore for more than a year, it is necessary to obtain a local driving licence.
How old do you have to be to drive a taxi in Singapore?
A vocational licence allows you to drive a taxi, private hire car or bus, or work as a bus attendant on a school bus in Singapore. Each vocational licence is valid for 3 years. For vocational licences that allow you to drive, the statutory age limit is 75 years old.
Do you need a PDVL to drive a taxi in Singapore?
Private hire car drivers in Singapore are required to have a valid Private Hire Car Driver’s Vocational Licence (PDVL). ComfortDelGro Taxi is an appointed Vocational Licence course provider by the Land Transport Authority, so you can register for the PDVL Course through us.
How old do you have to be to get a taxi drivers licence?
To submit your application for the Taxi Driver’s Vocational Licence (TDVL) or Private Hire Car Driver’s Vocational Licence (PDVL), you must meet the following requirements: Be at least 30 years old at the point of application
What can you do with a vocational licence in Singapore?
A vocational licence allows you to drive a taxi, private hire car or bus, or work as a bus attendant on a school bus in Singapore. There are different types of vocational licences, each with its own requirements and application process. Each vocational licence is valid for 3 yearsand is subject to age restrictions.