What is the LTA Transaction Pin?

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A Transaction PIN is an alphanumeric password that is required when you perform the following transactions via e-Services @ ONE.MOTORING on your own or through an Electronic Service Agent (ESA). An ESA is a motor dealer, scrapyard or export processing zone operator, or road tax collection centre that you authorises to submit transactions on your behalf to LTA :

- Transfer a Temporary Certificate of Entitlement (TCOE) of a transferable COE Category i.e. Category C or E, in the name of an individual;
- Transfer Vehicle Ownership;
- Transfer a Preferential Additional Registration Fee (PARF) or COE Rebate;
- Divide a PARF or COE Rebate into smaller amounts;
- De-register a Vehicle.

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From 26 November 2018 onwards, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) will be doing away with Transactions Pins (TPINs) for the following LTA vehicle-related transactions: Transfer of Vehicle Ownership, Transfer of TCOE, Transfer of Rebate, and the Deregistration of Vehicle.

Now, instead of the TPIN, vehicle owners and businesses will need to use their SingPass 2FA to confirm and complete these transactions.

www.motorist.sg/article/310/lta-singpass-vehicle-transfer-and-deregistration-a-step-by-step-guide

Above is a comprehensive step-by-step article on how to perform LTA vehicle-related transactions with your SingPass.

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