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8 months ago

Speeding 21 to 30km..What is the fine

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Cheryl Wong

Hi Jason! If your speed limit exceeded by 21 to 30 km/h, 6 demerit points will be awarded. You would receive a notification letter informing you of your demerit point status.

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**Revocation/suspension of driving licence

If you are a new or probationary driver, your driving licence will be revoked and become invalid should you accumulate 13 or more demerit points during your 1-year probation period.

You would have to re-attempt both the traffic police theory and practical tests to obtain a new driving licence.

For non-probationary drivers with no previous suspension records, your driving licence will become liable for suspension for up to 12 weeks if you accumulate 24 or more demerit points within 24 consecutive months.

For non-probationary drivers who have been previously suspended at least once, your driving licence will be liable for suspension for up to 36 months (depending on how many times you have previously been suspended) if you accumulate 12 or more demerit points within 12 consecutive months.

For more info: https://singaporelegaladvice.com/law-articles/caught-speeding-singapore/

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