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  2. Driving in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    2.2 Foreign drivers in Singapore 2.3 Licence renewal 2.4 Using vehicles registered on a different holder 2.5 Driver Improvement Points System 3 Roads in Singapore 3.1 Electronic Road Pricing 3.2 Parking 3.3 Road signs 3.4 Left turn or right turn at a red traffic light 3.5 Special Roads 4 Traffic safety 4.1 Driving safety 4.2 Car safety crash tests

  3. Driving licence in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    A driver license in Singapore is required before a person is allowed to drive a motor vehicle of any description on a road in the country. Like many other countries in the world, an individual must possess a valid driving licence before being permitted to drive on the road, and driving licence holders are subject to all traffic rules.

  4. Drunk driving law by country - Wikipedia

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    Then, the motorist should do the following field sobriety tests—the horizontal gaze nystagmus (eye test), the walk-and-turn, and one-leg stand. A breath analyzer shall only be used after the motorist fails these three tests. Singapore: 0.08% (80 mg/100 ml alcohol blood) or BrAC: 35 μg/100 ml alcohol in breath, strictly enforced.

  5. List of minimum driving ages - Wikipedia

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    The minimum possible age to obtain a full licence, without any supervision or conditions, is 17½ years if a driver completes an advanced driving course. Without an advanced driving course, the minimum age is 18, the same as a heavy vehicle licence. Northern Mariana Islands ( American territory) 15 years 6 months.

  6. Driver's license - Wikipedia

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    A driver's license is a legal authorization, or the official document confirming such an authorization, for a specific individual to operate one or more types of motorized vehicles—such as motorcycles, cars, trucks, or buses —on a public road. Such licenses are often plastic and the size of a credit card .

  7. Robotaxi - Wikipedia

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    However, questions have been raised as to whether the progress of self-driving technology has stalled and whether issues of social acceptance, cybersecurity and cost have been addressed. Contents 1 Current status 1.1 Vehicle costs 1.2 Passenger tests 1.3 Taxi license 2 History 2.1 First trials 2.2 Testing and revenue service timeline

  8. Point system (driving) - Wikipedia

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    Holders of a P1 licence, which lasts 12–18 months (which can be renewed), can incur 4 points, and P2 licence holders can incur 7 points in a 24- to 30-month period (which can be renewed). Speeding offences for provisional licence holders incur 4 points, meaning that P1 holders will be suspended after one speeding offence of any speed.