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Important Messages

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The replacement vehicle must be registered within 1 month from the deregistration of the existing vehicle.
This vehicle and the replacement vehicle must meet all criteria listed below to be eligible for the ETS.
The discounted Prevailing Quota Premium (PQP) displayed is only an estimate based on currently prevailing policies. If you de-register your vehicle on a different date, the applicable discounted PQP payable will be based on policies prevailing on the actual date of de-registration.

Eligibility Criteria for ETS

To be eligible for the ETS, the Existing Vehicle and Replacement Vehicle must fulfil the following criteria:
The Existing Vehicle must:
(i) Be a Category C vehicle;
(ii) Be non COE-exempted;
(iii) Be propelled by diesel, diesel-CNG or diesel-electric;
(iv) Be under the permanent ownership of the registered owner;
(v) If it was registered before 1 January 2001, it must be deregistered between 24 April 2013 and 31 July 2017. If it was registered between 1 January 2001 and 30 September 2006, it must be deregistered between 1 August 2015 and 31 July 2019;
(vi) Be properly disposed of (i.e. scrapped or exported and COE rebate, if any, successfully granted) before registration of the Replacement Vehicle;
(vii) Have at least 1 day of COE life remaining or at least 1 day of its 20-year lifespan remaining, at the point of deregistration; and
(viii) Must not have any road tax arrears.
  
The Replacement Vehicle must:
(i) Be any type of Category C vehicle:
a) E.g. Existing Vehicle is a Light Goods Vehicle. Replacement Vehicle can be a Heavy Goods Vehicle.
b) However, the registered owner must meet the registration conditions of the Replacement Vehicle, such as obtained LTA's prior approval for registration of a private bus, private hire bus, etc.;
(ii) Be non COE-exempted;
(iii) If the existing vehicle is deregistered between 1 August 2015 and 31 July 2017, the replacement vehicle must:
a) Be a Euro V-compliant or JPN2009-compliant diesel, diesel-CNG, or diesel-electric vehicle, or a Euro IV-compliant or JPN2005-compliant CNG, electric, petrol, petrol-CNG, or petrol-electric vehicle;
b) In order to qualify for additional bonus COE incentives from 1 August 2015, the vehicle must be a Euro VI-compliant (or, for vehicles with Maximum Laden Weight of less than or equal to 3,500kg, JPN2009 with Euro VI PN Limit-compliant) diesel, diesel-CNG or diesel-electric vehicles; a Euro VI-compliant petrol, petrol-CNG, petrol-electric or CNG vehicle, or an electric vehicle;
(iv) If the existing vehicle is deregistered between 1 August 2017 and 31 July 2019, the replacement vehicle must:
a) Be a Euro VI-compliant diesel, diesel-CNG, diesel-electric, CNG, petrol, petrol-CNG or petrol-electric vehicle;
b) Diesel, diesel-CNG or diesel-electric vehicles with Maximum Laden Weight of less than or equal to 3,500kg can also be JPN2009 with Euro VI PN Limit-compliant;
c) Diesel, diesel-CNG or diesel-electric vehicles with Maximum Laden Weight of more than 3,500kg can also be PPNLT with Euro VI PM Number-compliant;
d) Petrol, petrol-CNG, petrol-electric or CNG vehicles can also be JPN2009 with Euro VI PN Limit-compliant if using Gasoline Direct Injection technology, or JPN2009-compliant if using Port Fuel Injection technology. For vehicles tested to JPN2009 and using Gasoline Direct Injection engines not equipped with a NOx storage reduction catalyst, they are required to also comply with the JPN2009 PM limits or the Euro VI PM limits;
e) Can also be an electric vehicle;
(v) Be registered in the name of the last registered owner of the Existing Vehicle; and
(vi) Be registered within 1 month from the deregistration of the Existing Vehicle. To illustrate, if the Existing Vehicle is deregistered on 31 July 2017, the Replacement Vehicle must be registered by 30 August 2017.
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