The minimum age to obtain a driving license in Singapore is 18 years old. Almost everyone dream of owning a car in Singapore. Car ownership is a status symbol in Singapore. Only the well-to-do families are able to afford cars in Singapore due to their high prices.
However, despite their current financial statuses, everyone in Singapore strives to obtain a driving license as early as possible. Owning a driving license allows one to drive a car in Singapore. It is better to obtain the driving license early when people are generally less busy. When their financial statuses allow them to buy a car, they could then do it immediately. Otherwise, they will need to wait at least 6 months to prepare and pass all the exams on the first try to get their driving license. If they fail any exams, they would need to wait longer period before they get their driving licenses.
The first step towards getting a driving license in Singapore is to register for a learner driver account. People can do so at one of the three driving centers in Singapore, namely the Bukit Batok Driving Center, Singapore Safety Driving Center, and Ubi ComfortDelgro Driving Center. After registration of the learner driver account, the learner drivers can proceed to take their theory tests. For their practical driving lessons, learner drivers can choose to learn from private driving instructors or the driving centers’ driving instructors. They will learn to drive at Bukit Batok, Ubi and Woodlands. Usually, the training routes will be the same routes used for the practical tests. Instructors want their students to be familiar with the practical test routes so that they will have a higher chance of passing their practical tests.
The route to obtaining a driving license in Singapore is long but not difficult. With a little effort, everyone can get their Singapore driving license in no time!