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  • ONE.MOTORING - Recommended Maintenance Interval Schedule
    Driving Into Out Of Singapore Latest Updates Email this article Print this article This maintenance schedule is recommended for passenger cars mini vans lorries and SUVs Always consult your vehicle manual for specific recommendations by the vehicle manufacturer Maintenance Checklist Every 5000 km Every 10 000 km Every 20 000 km Every 40 000 km Engine Engine Oil Filter R R Air Filter I R Replace Spark Plug R Belts and Hoses I Battery I Radiator Fluid I I Transmission Power Steering Fluid I Clutch Fluid I Automatic Gearbox Fluid I Clutch Pedal Stroke and Operation For manual only I Brake Brake Fluid I R Pad Disc Rotor I Handbrake Adjustment I Brake Pedal Stroke and Operation I Tyres Pressure I I Wheel Alignment I Rotation and Balancing I Under Carriage Exhaust System I Suspension Shock Absorber I Axles and Ball Joints I Interior Meter and Gauges I Horn Mirror I Room Lights Warning and Indicator Lights Hazard Warning Switch I Signal and Wiper Lever I Seat Belts I Exterior Headlamps Signal Lamps Brake Lamps I Wiper Blade Reservoir I Fuel Pressure Cap I Spray Nozzle Angle I Refrigerant Amount For Air Conditioner I Windscreen and Window Glasses I Keys

    Original URL path: http://www.onemotoring.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/lta_information_guidelines/modifications_and_vehoffences/modification_guide/recommended_maintenance_interval_schedule.html (2013-01-30)
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  • ONE.MOTORING - Enhanced Rear And Side Marking Requirements For Long Vehicles
    Vehicle Facts and Figures Policies Schemes Common Vehicle Modifications Vehicle Related Offences Vehicle Tax Structure Awards Accolades Checklist Forms Download Transaction PIN User Account Driving Into Out Of Singapore Latest Updates Email this article Print this article To improve road safety the rear and side marking requirements for long vehicles will be enhanced All long vehicles registered on or after 1 August 2005 have to meet the following requirements Durable rear and side markings with higher retro reflective properties Red rear markings and yellow side markings and Three side markings fitted on each side of the long vehicle trailer With the enhanced markings the following requirements will not be necessary from 1 August 2005 Long Vehicle signs for all goods vehicles and trailers with overall length exceeding 13m and Flank lights for trailers Owners of long vehicles registered before 1 August 2005 will have up to 31 July 2007 to comply with the enhanced marking requirements The long vehicles that will be affected by the above requirements are a Goods vehicles with length exceeding 10 metres b Trailers with length exceeding 5 metres and c Mobile cranes with length exceeding 10 metres Note Mobile cranes require fitting of rear markings

    Original URL path: http://www.onemotoring.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/lta_information_guidelines/modifications_and_vehoffences/modification_guide/new_safety_requirements.html (2013-01-30)
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  • ONE.MOTORING - Pre-Driving Checks And Adjustments
    Facts and Figures Policies Schemes Common Vehicle Modifications Vehicle Related Offences Vehicle Tax Structure Awards Accolades Checklist Forms Download Transaction PIN User Account Driving Into Out Of Singapore Latest Updates Email this article Print this article It is a good practice to have a pre drive check to reduce unnecessary inconvenience Any abnormalities observed should be checked and rectified at your nearest workshop Tyres Check the pressure with a tyre pressure gauge and look carefully for cuts damage or excessive wear Wheels Nuts Make sure no nuts are missing or loose Fluid Leaks After the vehicle has been parked for a while check underneath for leaking fuel oil water or fluid Water dripping from the air conditioning after use is normal Lights Make sure the headlights stop lights tail lights signal lights and other lights are all working and clean Windscreen Mirrors and Windows Make sure all windows and mirrors are clean Seat Belts Check that the buckles lock securely Make sure the belts are not worn or frayed Instruments and Controls Make sure the service reminder indicators instrument lights speedometer and gauges are working Brakes Make sure the pedal has enough freeplay and is not soft or spongy Exhaust

    Original URL path: http://www.onemotoring.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/lta_information_guidelines/modifications_and_vehoffences/modification_guide/pre_driving_checks_and_adjustments.html (2013-01-30)
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  • ONE.MOTORING - HID Headlamps
    Checklist Forms Download Transaction PIN User Account Driving Into Out Of Singapore Latest Updates Email this article Print this article The use of HID headlamps whiter headlamp bulbs is a technological trend in the automotive industry The Land Transport Authority LTA has allowed HID headlamps to be fitted on vehicles because such headlamps have been used worldwide and they are purpose built by vehicle manufacturers to ensure that they are safe Like other headlamps HID headlamps must comply with the relevant safety standards and be properly installed and aligned HID headlamps are more energy efficient and can improve the visibility of drivers as compared with standard halogen lamps A motorist using a HID lamp system is able to see up to 100 metres to the front of the vehicle compared to about 58 metres with standard halogen lighting With the increasing trend on the use of HID headlamps there has been feedback from motorists that such headlamps are brighter and tend to cause glare In an attempt to reduce the propensity of glare caused by HID headlamps to other road users some vehicle manufacturers have incorporated an auto levelling feature which automatically adjusts the headlamp angle and direction based on

    Original URL path: http://www.onemotoring.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/lta_information_guidelines/modifications_and_vehoffences/modification_guide/hid_headlamps.html (2013-01-30)
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  • ONE.MOTORING - Revised Speed Limit for Light Commercial Vehicles
    With effect from 7 March 2005 the speed limit for light commercial vehicles will be raised from 60 kilometres per hour km h to 70km h Light commercial vehicles are defined as Light Goods Vehicles LGVs and Small buses with a maximum laden weight not exceeding 3 5 tonnes and seating capacity of up to 15 passengers While the revised speed limit allows light commercial vehicles to travel at higher

    Original URL path: http://www.onemotoring.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/lta_information_guidelines/modifications_and_vehoffences/modification_guide/revised_speed_limit.html (2013-01-30)
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  • ONE.MOTORING - Side Windows And Partitions For Light Goods Vehicles
    Email this article Print this article Owners of Light Goods Vehicles can now choose to Install side windows in the rear compartment of their vehicles Remove the partition that separates the driver s cabin and the cargo compartment Side windows will enhance the comfort of passengers at the rear compartment Drivers will be able to see better especially when they are changing lanes making turns or while reversing The removal

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  • ONE.MOTORING - Full-day Bus Lanes
    total of 23km of full day bus lanes and 155km of normal bus lanes Both with the aim of ensuring that buses will be able to give commuters a faster and smoother journey with less interruption on the road The full day bus lane scheme operates from 7 30am to 8pm on all weekdays and Saturdays except public holidays Faster Bus Journeys with Bus Lanes Since the expansion of the bus lane scheme to several areas such as along the stretch of North Bridge Road bus journey speeds along these lanes have increased by an average of 7 Feedback received from bus commuters and bus captains also show that they have experienced faster bus journeys on stretches with dedicated bus lanes The improved bus travelling speeds help make the bus commute a more attractive and pleasant option and encourages more commuters to take public transport Normal and Full Day Bus Lanes Operation Hours for Normal and Full Day Bus Lanes Days Operation Hours for Normal Bus Lanes Operation Hours for Full Day Bus Lanes Mondays to Fridays 7 30am to 9 30am 5 00pm to 8 00pm 7 30am to 8 00pm Saturdays Not applicable 7 30am to 8 00pm Sundays and Public Holidays Not applicable Not applicable Vehicles Allowed in Bus Lanes Other vehicles are not allowed to drive on the bus lane except emergency service and police vehicles on urgent duty call make known by means of some distinctive siren Non scheduled buses such as school and factory buses may also use the bus lane However they are not allowed to stop pick up or let their passengers alight along bus lanes Do s and Don ts in Bus Lanes during Restricted Hours Do keep out of the bus lanes Do filter in and turn left at the

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  • ONE.MOTORING - De-register
    the vehicle s de registration date 2 The following disposal documents must be submitted to the EPZ operators immediately upon export of the vehicle or not more than 14 days after the vehicle had exited an EPZ for vehicles which had exited an EPZ on or after 16 June 2008 whichever is earlier a Cargo Clearance Permit and b Duly endorsed 1 non negotiable copy of Bill of Lading that is issued by a shipping line shipping company or freight agent containing the following details Exporter Importer details Vessel Voyage number Port of discharge destination Container seal number for vehicles stored in container Engine and chassis numbers of vehicle being exported and Date vehicle is shipped on board the vessel 1 The Bill of Lading shall be signed by its originating shipping line shipping company freight agent or master The Bill of Lading can also be signed by a named agent for or on behalf of the shipping line shipping company or master C Exporting of vehicle Obtain a Transaction PIN Please click here for more information on Transaction PIN Submit an online application to de register your vehicle De register the vehicle within 5 calendar days of your online application at the Land Transport Authority Vehicle Registration and Licensing VRL Service Operations Division Level 1 10 Sin Ming Drive Singapore 575701 Otherwise the application will lapse and you will have to re apply Complete de registration form and submit it together with the following necessary documents a Cargo Clearance Permit and b Duly endorsed 1 non negotiable copy of Bill of Lading that is issued by a shipping line shipping company or freight agent containing the following details Exporter Importer details Vessel Voyage number Port of discharge destination Container seal number for vehicles stored in container Engine and chassis numbers of vehicle being exported and Date vehicle is shipped on board the vessel 1 The Bill of Lading shall be signed by its originating shipping line shipping company freight agent or master The Bill of Lading can also be signed by a named agent for or on behalf of the shipping line shipping company or master If you have not submitted an online application to de register your vehicle prior to approaching LTA counter in addition to the completed application form and the aforesaid necessary documents you will also need to produce the relevant identification documents Click here for the list of identification documents required Note 1 If your vehicle s de registration application is received after its road tax lay up road tax exemption period has expired the arrears of road tax and late renewal fees will be payable 2 If there is any residual road tax refund will be effected upon de registration of the vehicle and it will be made to the last registered owner No application is necessary Step 3 To find out the unused portion of the Preferential Additional Registration Fee PARF and or Certificate of Entitlement COE rebate to be granted to the

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