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is the car required to be in country before deregistering ? or can it be out of country when you deregister?

 

is it possible to drive a deregistered car in another country ?

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Dio pian..... I thought they are scrapping COE.... :that-dood-is-up-to-something:

You give them another 50 years, coe still be around.

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U play my emotions!!

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is the car required to be in country before deregistering ? or can it be out of country when you deregister?

 

is it possible to drive a deregistered car in another country ?

Drive a deregistered  Car in another Country also an Offence....M'sia Don't allow this....Maybe can take your Car to Pulau Ubin...

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Drive a deregistered Car in another Country also an Offence....M'sia Don't allow this....Maybe can take your Car to Pulau Ubin...

Semakau better

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Just don't pretend to lose the car in KL, one month before end of COE.

Don't get caught.

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is the car required to be in country before deregistering ? or can it be out of country when you deregister?

 

is it possible to drive a deregistered car in another country ?

 

Can share what your plans are? You are required to surrender your car to an exporter or scrapyard when deregistering. they need to inspect so yes, you need to bring your car back to SG.

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is the car required to be in country before deregistering ? or can it be out of country when you deregister?

 

is it possible to drive a deregistered car in another country ?

 

When you deregister a car here, there are two options. Either scrap or export.

 

Scrap means it must be rendered undrivable. Have to go to a scrapyard to do it.

 

Export needs to be done by an authorised exporter. They will do all the legal procedures to ensure all it proper with LTA.

 

By right you can reregister a car overseas that has been deregistered here in Singapore. But it's like a sale process, and that car can never ever set foot into Singapore ever again.

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When you deregister a car here, there are two options. Either scrap or export.

 

Scrap means it must be rendered undrivable. Have to go to a scrapyard to do it.

 

Export needs to be done by an authorised exporter. They will do all the legal procedures to ensure all it proper with LTA.

 

By right you can reregister a car overseas that has been deregistered here in Singapore. But it's like a sale process, and that car can never ever set foot into Singapore ever again.

 

thanks for the info. that means i cant drive it into the country upon dereg ?

i have to ship it ?

Can share what your plans are? You are required to surrender your car to an exporter or scrapyard when deregistering. they need to inspect so yes, you need to bring your car back to SG.

thanks for the info

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Drive a deregistered  Car in another Country also an Offence....M'sia Don't allow this....Maybe can take your Car to Pulau Ubin...

 

why would malaysia care if your car is deregistered in SG? They will only care if your car is registered in Malaysia no?

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