How do I know if I got a speeding ticket in Singapore?

How do I know if I got a speeding ticket in Singapore?

How do I know if I got a speeding ticket in Singapore?

For offences under the purview of the traffic police, you can check online by logging in to the Traffic Police’s EDDIES system with your SingPass. In the event of more serious traffic offences that warrant a court hearing, you will receive notification of the time of your hearing.

How do I check traffic violations?


  1. Login to Absher portal.
  2. ).Click on (Vehicle Services.
  3. Select (Inquiry About Traffic Accidents).
  4. Enter the serial number of the vehicle and the accident number.
  5. Click on (Search).
  6. A detailed report of the traffic accident will appear and you will now be able to print the report.

How do I pay a speeding fine in Singapore?

You can pay fines online with LTA’s e-Payment services, via Internet Banking or at AXS or SAM stations. Check your outstanding fines and 6-month history of vehicle-related offences. Notices and any change in their status may take a few working days before they are updated in the system.

How much is the fine for beating red light in Singapore?

Running the red light is greatly penalised in Singapore, costing you $400 and 12 demerit points if you are driving a light vehicle. For drivers driving a heavy vehicle, you’ll be fined $500 and receive a 12 demerit points deduction.

How long does it take to be notified of a traffic offence?

While it is normal for most fines to have to be notified by the authorities within a maximum of six months, there are some exceptions, as is the case with speeding fines. In this case, the deadline for notifying the violation is much shorter; normally arriving within 1 to 3 weeks.

How do I check my traffic fines via SMS?

To check the traffic fines, motorists SMS their ID number to 36997 from any cellphone network provider.

How can I check my demerit points in Singapore?

3 Answers

  1. Lucas. Hi! You can check the status of your points here:
  2. William Chia. How? 3 months ago.
  3. -1. William Chia. How many demerit points I have now?

Can I still drive with 24 demerit points in Singapore?

Under Singapore’s DIPS, chalking up 24 demerit points or more within 24 consecutive months will result in a suspension of your driving licence for three months. If you have been suspended before, your licence will be suspended again when you accumulate 12 points within 12 months of your last offence.