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Conversion of driving license(Japanese Version)


You can now enrol with SSDC Motorcar, Motorcycle courses

Course: Motorcycle Class 2

Class 2 (HONDA CBF600)

Classification of Class 2 Motor Vehicles

  • Motorcycles exceeding 400cc
  • The Class 2 riding course is valid for 1 year from the date of enrolment.
  • All student (70 years of age and below) will be insured with a personal accident insurance for a period of one year (non - renewable)

Enrolment Pre-requisite

  • To enrol for Class 2 riding course, you must possess a valid Class 2A Qualified Driving Licence for at least one year.
  • Enrol in person or through the internet and must pass an eyesight and colour blindness test.
  • Physically and mentally fit.
  • Must not accumulate more than 12 demerit points under the Driver Improvement Points System (DIPS)
  • Must not have any class(es) of Qualified Driving Licence / Provisional Driving Licence under revocation, disqualification or suspension.
  • To enrol online, move the cursor to the New Enrolment and select Class 2 Enrolment.

Enrolment Documents (In Person)

  • Identity Card or Passport
  • One recent passport size photograph
  • A valid employment pass, work permit, student pass, dependant's pass and PR (foreigner only)

Internet Enrolment

  • Approval of online enrolment is subjected to passing the eyesight and colour blindness test conducted at our service counters

Important Note

  • If you have any serious traffic offences pending against you, you are advised not to apply for a licence. This is because if you are eventually disqualified by court from holding or obtaining a driving licence, the disqualification could be for all classes of driving licence including any newly acquired licence.
  • If you have been awarded more than 12 demerit points, or have cases pending against you which will make you liable to be awarded a total of more than 12 demerit points, you will not be allowed to take a theory / practical driving test.
  • New driver who has two cases of not displaying distinguishing mark (triangular sign) against them, whether the cases are concluded or otherwise, will not be allowed to take a theory / practical driving test.

Disclosure of Personal Data

  • Upon enrolment, I consent to the disclosure of My personal particulars. Name, NRIC, Passport or other Identification Number, Telephone Numbers, Email Address and any other information relating to Myself to the Centre and to Government Authorities, Land Transport Authority, Traffic Police , Insurance Company and its agent issuing insurance coverage for Myself and to any other interested or relevant parties.

Course Outline

The Faster & Cheaper Way to Get Your Driving Licence

  • 120 minutes session to acquire required skills faster and efficiently
  • Fewer sessions to complete practical course
  • Less frequent travel to attend practical lesson

Course Fees

    Items  Fees Off Peak  Peak
Enrolment Fee $74.90           -           -
Circuit Practical Lesson (120 minutes)           - $38.52 $42.80
Circuit Revision Practical Lesson (120 minutes)           - $38.52 $42.80
*Traffic Police Practical Test  $33.00           -           -
Practical Test Vehicle Rental $58.85           -           -
Course Extension (6 months) $37.45           -           -


  • All fees are inclusive of GST except *Traffic Police test fee.
  • Off peak - All weekdays slots from 8.15 am to 5.20 pm .
  • Peak - All weekend slots and weekdays slots from 6.10 pm to 10.20 pm.
  • Withdrawal of student account must be made in person and only be allowed upon course graduation or termination.
  • NO REFUND (including vehicle rental fee) for cancellation of Traffic Police test date.

Practical Lesson

  The duration of each practical lesson is 120 minutes and the advantages are:

    Fee per minute is cheaper for 120 minutes session compared to 100 minutes.
    120 minutes session to acquire required skills faster and efficiently.
    Fewer sessions to complete practical course.
    Less frequent travel to attend practical lesson.

  • Practical riding lessons can be booked at the counter, self service kiosks located at Level 3 or through the internet.
  • Training is conducted at SSDC Woodlands Circuit and the duration of each practical lesson is 120 minutes.
  • A minimum of 3 practical lessons is required.
  • Student may be required to attend more than the minimum number of practical lessons required for the circuit training if the minimum standard has not been attained.
  • On the average, a student has to attend 6 sessions of practical lesson to complete the practical training.
  • Student is required to bring along your student training record booklet for every practical lesson.
  • Student must complete the circuit practical assessment, attended all theoretical lesson(s) before allowing to book for the Traffic Police Practical Test.
  • Cancellation of practical riding lesson appointments can be made from the self service kiosks or through the internet. It must be made at least 72 hours in advance from the time of your practical lesson appointment. If your practical riding lesson falls after a Public Holiday or SSDC rest days, cancellation must be made at least 96 hours in advance.
  • When a cancellation is less than 72 hours, the student will use the try sell list to put up the slot for try sell and to monitor the status of the try sell. If the try sell is successful, the practical lesson is cancelled and the amount credited back to the student accounts. If the try sell is unsuccessful, the student is required to attend the practical riding lesson, otherwise the booking will be invalid.
  • Medical certificate will not be accepted for refund or late cancellation of practical riding lesson.

Practical Test

  • Student is advised to attend circuit revision practical lesson before their practical test.
  • Student is encouraged to attend the pre-test (Warm Up) practise before the practical test.
  • Student must produce NRIC or Passport, a valid Qualified Driving Licence, student training record booklet and practical test payment receipt when attending the practical test.
  • Please be punctual. Late comers will not be allowed to sit for their practical test.
  • Student will be disqualified from the practical test if found to possessed more than one practical test date.
  • There will be NO REFUND (inclusive of vehicle rental) for cancellation of practical test date.

Practical Session Timing

Session Monday to Friday Saturday and Sunday
1 8.15 am - 10.15 am *8.15 am - 10.15 am
2 10.30 am - 12.30 pm *10.30 am - 12.30 pm
3 1.05 pm - 3.05 pm *1.05 pm - 3.05 pm
4 3.20 pm - 5.20 pm *3.20 pm - 5.20 pm
5 * 6:10pm - 8:10pm
6 * 8:20pm - 10:20pm

* denotes Peak Session

Documents required when applying for Photocard Driving Licence

  • 1 passport size colour photograph
  • NRIC or passport
  • A fee of $50.00
  • A medical examination report, drivers from age 65 onwards

Passing your Traffic Police practical test

Upon passing your practical test, you will receive an application form for the photocard licence from our test centre. After paying the licence fee and submitting your recent passport size colour photograph, you will be issued with an acknowledgement slip. Your photocard licence will be sent to your address by registered mail about 2 weeks after application.

You can drive in Singapore immediately after receiving the acknowledgement slip. You are advised not to drive overseas until you have received your photocard licence. This is because foreign enforcement authorities may not recognize the acknowledgement slip.


If your photocard licence is lost or damaged, you may apply for a replacement licence at Traffic Police Department. The replacement fee is $25.00. You will have to sign a declaration form and surrender the original licence should it be found subsequently. It is an offence to have 2 driving licences.

Obtaining an additional Class of licence

When you obtain an additional class of licence, you can apply for a photocard licence at any of the testing centers or Traffic Police Department. The replacement fee is $25.00. Alternatively, you may choose the option of having a sticker pasted on the reverse side of the photocard licence to show the additional class of licence. This sticker will be available at any of the test centers or Traffic Police Department at no cost. If the endorsement sticker is damaged, you can obtain a replacement at the testing centers or Traffic Police Department at no cost.