Learning How To Drive

Your All-In-One Guide To Getting A Driving License Singapore: Cost, Procedures, Driving Centres, etc.

What’s the easiest way to get from Point A to Point B? Grab, public transport, walking? How does driving sound? Taking a cab, asking for lifts, dependable public transport and the high cost of cars are some of the factors that contribute to some Singaporeans having a lukewarm response to driving. However, driving is an essential skill that you should have. While you may not own a vehicle, possessing a driving license can be useful when the time calls for it. For instance when you travel abroad; someone needs assistance with moving their car or during a road trip. If you wish to learn how to drive, you’re in luck! This all in one guide will provide you with a list of things to take into consideration, along with the comparison between the costs of various driving schools within Singapore. Singapore Driving Centres: Fees There are three driving centres in Singapore: Bukit Batok Driving Centre (BBDC) in Bukit Batok, ComfortDelGro Driving Centre (CDC) in Ubi and the Singapore Safety Driving Centre (SSDC). It would be a good idea to choose a convenient school in regards to distance and accessibility, but factors such as the passing rate and costs may also influence your final decision. All three schools usually have specific standard fees. Anything that is mandated or conducted by Traffic Police such as the eyesight test, practical test and photo taking is standardised. These aspects are only different in terms of theoretical and practical lessons. Generally, BBDC appears to be the most affordable option for enrolment, taking the required lessons as well as the trail tests before the initial Basic Theory Test that will cost slightly upwards of $173. The most costly option is Singapore Safety Driving Center, with a difference of approximately $7. SSDC charges more for practical lessons. This payment constitutes the majority of the cost because you require over 20 driving lessons to become competent. Below is a comparison table for easy reference: 1. Enrolment Fees The enrolment fee charged as a driving school course is approximately $96.30. This fee is valid for one year regardless of

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