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Posted 28 November 2017 - 03:04 AM

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Ok. So apparently "light goods vehicle (LGV)" and "goods-cum-passengers vehicle (GPV)" are different.

 

As per LTA, LGV must be owner under a business or hawker license.
 
Whereas GPV can be owned personally (but same ARF as private car, and non-refundable).
 
Also, for the 70km/h speed limit, apparently it only applies to LGV and small bus (p-plate).
 
 
Note that P-plate small bus also must register under business.
 
So does this mean that GPV does not have to adhere to 70 km/h speed limit?


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Posted 28 November 2017 - 06:25 AM

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Posted 28 November 2017 - 10:13 AM

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Ok. So apparently "light goods vehicle (LGV)" and "goods-cum-passengers vehicle (GPV)" are different.

 

As per LTA, LGV must be owner under a business or hawker license.
 
Whereas GPV can be owned personally (but same ARF as private car, and non-refundable).
 
Also, for the 70km/h speed limit, apparently it only applies to LGV and small bus (p-plate).
 
 
Note that P-plate small bus also must register under business.
 
So does this mean that GPV does not have to adhere to 70 km/h speed limit?

 

 

You interpret it incorrectly. See this link

https://www.lta.gov....s-vehicles.html

 

GPV is still classified under "Registration of Goods vehicle" and "gpv" is used in a different tax structure vs a goods only tax structure.

 

Whether the goods vehicle or gpv they can be registered under an individual or company or organisation.

 

Goods only vehicles doesn't mean cannot carry passengers. Need the approved sticker of the max to carry and how correctly to seat the passengers and goods. GPV is different coz it has proper seats and seat belts. But rules wise it still follows under Goods vehicles.

 

Another thing to note is that as long as the goods vehicle or gpv carry goods the speed limit is reduced to 60km/hr. Only when it's not carrying any goods the speed limit is 70km/hr.


Edited by Watwheels, 28 November 2017 - 10:18 AM.

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Posted 28 November 2017 - 12:37 PM

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Ok. So apparently "light goods vehicle (LGV)" and "goods-cum-passengers vehicle (GPV)" are different.

As per LTA, LGV must be owner under a business or hawker license.
https://www.lta.gov....s-vehicles.html

Whereas GPV can be owned personally (but same ARF as private car, and non-refundable).

Also, for the 70km/h speed limit, apparently it only applies to LGV and small bus (p-plate).

https://www.lta.gov....egulations.html
https://www.onemotor...peed_limit.html

Note that P-plate small bus also must register under business.

So does this mean that GPV does not have to adhere to 70 km/h speed limit?

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