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Scheme Conversion

You can convert your vehicle from one registration scheme to another.

At a glance

Understanding conversion schemes

You can convert your vehicle to another scheme, depending on the requirements.

 

Before converting, ensure your COE is not expired.

Converting your vehicle registration scheme

There are different types of vehicle conversions.

 

For existing normal vehicles:
 

For vehicles under off-peak car Schemes - Weekend Car (WEC)/ Off-Peak Car (OPC)/ Revised Off-Peak Car (ROPC):

 

To convert a WEC/ OPC/ ROPC to a classic vehicle, it must first be converted to a normal car.

 

For existing vintage vehicles:
 

Motorcycles or scooters registered under the Vintage (Normal) Vehicle Scheme have a restricted lifespan until 30 June 2028.

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Understanding scheme conversion


You can convert your vehicle from one vehicle scheme to another. Vehicles on schemes other than the normal scheme will have restrictions on their usage and they may enjoy some benefits. Ensure your COE is not expired before applying to convert your vehicle. This page explains the steps to convert your vehicle to different schemes.  For more information on the individual schemes, visit the specific pages below.

Converting A Normal Car to A ROPC or Converting A WEC / OPC / ROPC / To A Normal Car

 

There are 2 ways to convert your normal car to ROPC or from WEC / OPC / ROPC to normal car.

1. Online - using Singpass 2FA

 

Step-by-step guide for conversion


Step 1: Convert your vehicle online and make payment

You can convert the scheme of your car online @ onemotoring.lta.gov.sg (available from 6am to midnight daily). You will need to log in using Singpass 2FA.

You will need to pay:

  • Administrative fee of $100
  • Road Tax: 
    • For conversion to ROPC - One-year road tax under the ROPC scheme from the date of conversion
    • For conversion to normal car - Road tax under the normal car scheme from the date of conversion
  • Top-up fee for any unused upfront rebates from the Off-Peak Car scheme, if applicable

Top-up fee for any unused upfront rebates for Off Peak Car Scheme

Step 2: Change and seal vehicle registration number plate

After your conversion is successful, you have 3 days to:

  • Change the vehicle registration number plates on your vehicle to reflect the new scheme
  • For conversion to ROPC, seal the number plates at at any LTA-Authorised Inspection Centre (AIC). Collect the registration number plate seal inspection certificate from the AIC.

The vehicle registration number plate for a ROPC looks like this:

ROPC_Vehicle_Plate

The number plates for a normal vehicle look like this:

Normal_Vehicle_Plates

Sealing of vehicle registration number plate for a ROPC

ROPC Plate

2. At LTA Customer Service Centre - only for users not eligible for Singpass (i.e. Foreigners)

 

Step-by-step guide for conversion
 

Step 1: Write in via www.lta.gov.sg/feedback to make an appointment (preferably 1 week in advance) and bring the following documents for the appointment:

  • Completed Application form (R10)
  • Insurance certificate for the new road tax period (e.g. covering from the date of conversion to the last date of the year) and scheme
  • Inspection certificate if the vehicle is due for periodic inspection or currently laid up
  • Identification documents of the registered vehicle owner:

    • For an individual owner (Foreign National without FIN):
      • Original Passport of Current Owner or Letter from Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore/Ministry of Manpower on the return of Employment/ Immigration Pass Card or NRIC, and Original Passport
  • You will need to pay:

    • Administrative fee of $100
    • Top-up fee for any unused upfront rebates from the Off-Peak Car scheme, if applicable
    • Road tax: 
      • Conversion to ROPC - One-year road tax under the ROPC scheme from the date of conversion
      • Conversion to normal car - Road tax under the normal car scheme from the date of conversion

Step 2: Change and seal vehicle registration number plate

After your conversion is successful, you have 3 days to:

  • Change the vehicle registration number plates on your vehicle to reflect the new scheme
  • For conversion to ROPC, seal the number plates at at any LTA-Authorised Inspection Centre (AIC). Collect the registration number plate seal inspection certificate from the AIC.

The vehicle registration number plate for a ROPC looks like this:

ROPC_Vehicle_Plate

The number plates for a normal vehicle look like this:

Normal_Vehicle_Plates

Sealing of vehicle registration number plate for a ROPC

ROPC Plate

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Converting a normal car or motorcycle to a classic vehicle


To be eligible for classic vehicle conversion, your normal car, motorcycle or scooter must be at least 35 years old from its Original Registration Date (ORD).

If your vehicle has a 5-year COE period, you can convert it to a classic vehicle only if:

  • The vehicle is more than 30 years old at the start of the 5-year COE period.
    You must convert it to a classic vehicle when it reaches 35 years old, before the COE expires. Otherwise, you must deregister the vehicle as you cannot renew a 5-year COE.
  • You pay a levy for a vehicle that is more than 35 years old at the start of the 5-year COE period.  
    The levy is based on an annual interest rate of 5% applied on the difference between the Prevailing Quota Premium of the 10-year COE and the 5-year COE, taken from the month the 5-year COE of the vehicle was renewed.

Step-by-step guide for Classic Vehicle Conversion
 

Step 1: Make an appointment and bring the following documents for the appointment:

  • Completed Application form (R13)
  • Insurance certificate for the new road tax period (e.g. covering from the date of conversion to the last date of the year) and scheme
  • Inspection certificate if the vehicle is due for periodic inspection or currently laid up
  • Identification documents of the registered vehicle owner:

    • For an individual owner:
      • Original NRIC (for Singaporean/ Singapore PR) or Original Employment/ Immigration pass card issued by the MOM or ICA (for foreigner)
    • For a company/ business/ limited liability partnership/ limited partnership:
      • Original profile printout from the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA). This printout is valid up to 14 days from the date of issue
      • Original NRIC (for Singaporean/ Singapore PR) or Original Employment/ Immigration pass card issued by MOM/ ICA (for foreigner) of the authorised person from the company/ business/ limited liability partnership/ limited partnership
      • Original authorisation letter, signed by at least a Manager or above, if the authorised person of the company/ business/ limited liability partnership/ limited partnership is not listed in the ACRA printout
    • For a club/ association/ organisation:
      • Original Registry of Societies Certificate printout or other certificate issued by the relevant regulating authority
      • Original NRIC (for Singaporean/ Singapore PR) or original Employment/ Immigration pass card issued by the MOM/ ICA (for foreigner) of the authorised person from the club/ association/ organisation
  • You will need to pay:

    • Administrative fee of $100
    • The COE based on 10% of the relevant Prevailing Quota Premium of the month you convert your vehicle.
    • Road tax of $280 per calendar year (from 1 January – 31 December)
      • If your vehicle is registered or converted after 1 January, the road tax will be pro-rated from the date of conversion to the end of the calendar year. The number of Day Licences you get will also be pro-rated accordingly.
    • Levy for vehicles older than 35 years at the start of its 5-year COE period
       

Step 2: Change and seal vehicle registration number plate

    After your conversion is successful, you have 3 days to:

  • Change the vehicle registration number plates on your vehicle to reflect the new scheme
  • Seal them at any LTA-Authorised Inspection Centre (AIC). Collect the registration number plate seal inspection certificate from the AIC.

The number plate for a classic vehicle looks like this:

Classic_Vehicle_Plate

 

 

Converting a Weekend Car (WEC) or Off-Peak Car (OPC) or Revised Off-Peak Car (ROPC) to a Classic Car


If your vehicle is a WEC/OPC/ROPC, you will have to convert it to a normal car, before you can convert your car to a classic car. 

Convert your WEC/OPC/ROPC to normal car

Convert your normal car to a classic car

Once the car is converted to a classic vehicle, it cannot be converted back to a normal or off-peak car.

Converting a Weekend Car (WEC) to a Revised Off-Peak Car (ROPC)


You can convert your WEC to the ROPC scheme:

  • Online (available from 6am to midnight daily)
  • At AXS Stations (available from 6am to midnight daily)

You will need to pay:

  • Administrative fee of $100
  • One-year Road tax under the ROPC scheme from the date of conversion

A WEC converted to an ROPC cannot be converted back.

Learn more about ROPC scheme

Convert your WEC to an ROPC online


Converting an Off-Peak Car (OPC) to a Revised Off-Peak Car (ROPC) 


For a car that was registered as under the OPC scheme right from the start, you can convert:

  • Online (available from 6am to midnight daily)
  • At AXS Stations (available from 6am to midnight daily)

You will need to pay:  

  • Administrative fee of $100
  • Road tax top-up under the ROPC scheme from the date of conversion

For an OPC that was converted from a normal car you can convert:

  • Online (available from 6am to midnight daily)

You will need to pay:

  • Administrative fee of $100 
  • Road tax top-up under the ROPC scheme from the date of conversion


Converting from any Vintage Vehicle Scheme to the Revised Vintage Vehicle Scheme


You can convert your existing Singapore-registered vintage vehicle to the Revised Vintage Vehicle Scheme. There are 3 types of vintage vehicle schemes:

  1.  Vintage Normal Vehicle Scheme
  2.  Vintage Restricted Vehicle Scheme
  3.  Revised Vintage Vehicle Scheme

Some schemes have 2 modes – the ownership of the vehicle can be transferred, or cannot be transferred.

A vehicle converted out of the Vintage (Restricted) scheme cannot be converted back into the same scheme.

Possible conversions for different vintage vehicle schemes:

To
 

 

From

Vintage
(Normal)
Vehicle Scheme (transferable)

Vintage (Normal)
Vehicle Scheme
(Non-transferable)

Vintage (Restricted) Vehicle Scheme (transferable)

Vintage (Restricted) Vehicle Scheme
(Non-transferable)

Revised
Vintage Vehicle Scheme

 

Vintage (Normal) Vehicle Scheme (Transferable)

 

 

 

 

Vintage (Normal) Vehicle Scheme (Non-transferable)

 

 

 

Vintage (Restricted) Vehicle Scheme (Transferable)

 

 

 

Vintage (Restricted) Vehicle Scheme (Non-transferable)

 

 

Revised Vintage Vehicle Scheme

 

 

 

 


Learn more about Vintage Vehicle Schemes

Step-by-step guide for conversion to Vintage Vehicle


Step 1: Make an appointment and bring the following documents for the appointment:

  • Completed Application form (R17)
  • Insurance certificate for the new road tax period
  • Inspection certificate if the vehicle is due for periodic inspection
  • Identification documents of the registered vehicle owner:

    • For an individual owner:
      • Original NRIC (for Singaporean/ Singapore PR) or Original Employment/ Immigration Pass Card issued by the MOM/ ICA (for foreigner)
    • For a company/ business/ limited liability partnership/ limited partnership:
      • Original profile printout from the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) This printout must be valid up to 14 days from the date of issue
      • Original NRIC (for Singaporean/ Singapore PR) or Original Employment/ Immigration Pass Card issued by the MOM/ ICA (for foreigner) of the authorised person from the company/ business/ limited liability partnership/ limited partnership
      • Original authorisation letter, signed by at least a Manager or above, if the authorised person of the company/ business/ limited liability partnership/ limited partnership is not listed in the ACRA printout
    • For a club/ association/ organisation:
      • Original Registry of Societies Certificate printout or other certificate issued by the relevant regulating authority
      • Original NRIC (for Singaporean/ Singapore PR) or Original Employment/ Immigration Pass Card issued by the MOM/ ICA (for foreigners) of the authorised person from the club/ association/ organisation
  • You will need to pay:
    • Administrative fee of $100
    • At the point of conversion, any unused COE under the current scheme will be forfeited. ARF paid is not refundable.


Step 2: Change and seal vehicle registration number plate

 After your conversion is successful, you have 3 days to:

  • Change the vehicle registration number plates on your vehicle to reflect the new scheme
  • Seal them at any LTA-Authorised Inspection Centre (AIC). Collect the registration number plate seal inspection certificate from the AIC.

The number plate for a revised vintage vehicle looks like this:

Revised_Vintage_Vehicle_Car_Plate