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Foreigners driving into Singapore will have to pay more from August, the Land Transport Authority announced.
From Aug 1, drivers of foreign-registered cars will have to pay S$35 (RM90) for a daily permit – up from S$20 (RM51) yesterday.
And those driving goods vehicles will have to pay S$40 (RM103) for a monthly permit – four times the S$10 (RM25) charged today.
The LTA said it periodically reviews foreign vehicle permit fees to ensure that the cost of owning and using a foreign-registered vehicle in Singapore corresponds with that of owning and using a Singapore-registered vehicle. — The Straits Times / Asia News Network
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