The Singapore Driver’s License is an official document that certifies that an individual is authorized to drive a vehicle on the roads in Singapore. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is responsible for issuing driver’s licenses in Singapore.
To obtain a driver’s license in Singapore, an individual must first pass a series of tests, including a theory test and a practical driving test. The tests assess the individual’s knowledge of road rules and regulations, as well as their driving skills. Once an individual has passed the tests, they will be issued a driver’s license that is valid for a certain period of time.
There are different classes of driver’s licenses available in Singapore, depending on the type of vehicle that an individual wants to drive. These include Class 2 (motorcycles), Class 3 (passenger cars and light goods vehicles), Class 4 (heavy goods vehicles), and Class 5 (heavy trailers).
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