DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED
Transaction PIN (TPIN)
The registered owner will need to apply for a TPIN if the vehicle deregistration is to be carried out at an LTA-appointed scrapyard or Export Processing Zone (EPZ). With the
TPIN, the scrapyard / EPZ operator can effect the deregistration transaction IMMEDIATELY online. Keying in or provision of the TPIN to the scrapyard or EPZ operator
signifies your consent and authorisation to deregister the vehicle. Please keep TPIN confidential and not divulge it to anyone until you have agreed for the vehicle to be
For vehicles which have been deregistered due to the expiry of the Certificate of Entitlement, non-payment of road tax for more than 12 months or laid up for 3 consecutive
years, a TPIN will not be required when disposing the vehicle at the LTA-appointed scrapyard or EPZ. Please visit
for the detailed procedures to
deregister a vehicle.
Form D01 – Application For Deregistration of a Vehicle and Grant of PARF/COE Rebate(s)
Original Duly completed
Original NRIC (Singaporeans and Singapore PRs) or Employment / Immigration pass card issued by MOM or ICA (Foreigners) of the registered owner, or in the case of a
company vehicle, the original NRIC(s) (Singaporeans and Singapore PRs) or Employment / Immigration pass card issued by MOM or ICA (Foreigners) of Director(s)/Sole-
proprietor/Partner(s) whose name(s) is/are listed in the ACRA printout, or a manager who is authorised, in writing, by the named Director(s)/ Partner(s) to sign Form D01 on
behalf of the company.
Valid original authorisation document(s) (e.g. Board Resolution, Letter of Authorisation, etc) from the named Director(s)/ Partner(s). Please visit
the complete list of requisite identification documents.
ACRA printout which is valid for up to 14 days from the date of issue by ACRA (for vehicles registered in the name of company only)
Original(s) of disposal documents(s): foreign re-registration documents or export documents (duly endorsed Singapore Customs Cargo Clearance Permit and non-negotiable
Bill of Lading), etc. as applicable.
CONDITIONS FOR GRANTING OF PREFERENTIAL ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FEE (PARF) AND/OR CERTIFICATE OF ENTITLEMENT (COE) REBATE(S)
The PARF Scheme, which is applicable to cars only, is as follows :
Age at Deregistration
Not exceeding 5 years
75% of ARF Paid*
Above 5 years but not exceeding 6 years
70% of ARF Paid*
Above 6 years but not exceeding 7 years
65% of ARF Paid*
Above 7 years but not exceeding 8 years
60% of ARF Paid*
Above 8 years but not exceeding 9 years
55% of ARF Paid*
Above 9 years but not exceeding 10 years
50% of ARF Paid*
Above 10 years
*For cars that have enjoyed tax incentives such as the Green Vehicle Rebate, Off-Peak Car Rebate or Carbon Emissions-Based Vehicle Scheme (CEVS) Rebate, the
calculation of the PARF rebate will be based on the net ARF, i.e. ARF less rebate enjoyed.
The car must not be more than 10 years old at the time of its deregistration. The age of a car is calculated based on the date of its original registration (locally or
overseas, whichever is earlier). For example, if a car was registered on 23 October 2010, it is deemed as having reached a statutory age of 10 years on 22 October 2020.
This same car shall be deemed to have reached a statutory age of 5 years on 22 October 2015 and a statutory age of 7 years on 22 October 2017.
The car must be licensed at all times, and was not or will not be temporarily unlicensed.
The car must have been a new car at the time of its registration in Singapore or an imported used car that was registered in Singapore on or after
1 September 2007.
If a vehicle is deregistered before the expiry of its COE, the COE rebate will be granted based on the Quota Premium (QP) or the Prevailing Quota Premium (PQP) paid,
pro-rated to the number of months and days remaining on the vehicle’s COE. For a vehicle registered using Category E (Open Category) COE, the COE rebate granted
will be pro-rated to the number of months and days remaining on the QP Paid of either the Category E or its corresponding category from the same tender exercise,
whichever is lower.
If a vehicle is deregistered within 2 years of its registration for the purpose of export, the COE rebate will be capped at 80% of the QP paid upon registration. For a
vehicle registered using Category E (Open Category) COE, the COE rebate granted will be capped at 80% of the Category E QP or the QP of its corresponding category
from the same tender exercise, whichever is lower.
Utilisation of PARF/COE rebate(s)
The car must be scrapped at an LTA-appointed scrapyard, temporarily stored in an LTA-appointed EPZ or permanently exported before the PARF and/or COE rebate
can be used. If the car is exported, one or more of the following original documents, as applicable, must be submitted to the Registrar:-
i) Foreign re-registration documents; or
ii) Export documents (e.g. duly endorsed Singapore Customs Cargo Clearance Permit and non-negotiable copy of Bill of Lading from shipping company (if
The PARF and COE rebate(s) will be null and void if the disposal document(s) of the vehicle is (are) found to be invalid in any way or manner.
The PARF and COE rebate(s) have a validity period of 12 months from the date of the vehicle’s deregistration and must be utilised within the validity period.
The PARF rebate can be used to offset the Registration Fee (RF), Additional Registration Fee (ARF), QP, Used Car Surcharge and CEVS Surcharge payable for the
registration of a car in the owner’s name.
The COE rebate can be used to offset the RF, ARF, QP, Used Car Surcharge and CEVS Surcharge payable for the registration of a vehicle in the owner’s name or the
PQP payable for revalidating the COE of a vehicle that is currently registered in the owner’s name.
The PARF and COE rebate(s) may be transferred together or separately to a third party. A fee of S$10 is payable for the transfer of each rebate. Alternatively, you may
apply to encash the PARF and/ or COE rebate(s).
The granting of rebate and the determination of the rebate amount is subject to the Registrar’s discretion in addition to an applicant complying with the above minimum
Consent to the collection, use or disclosure of personal data
We may share the personally identifiable data that you have provided in this application with other Government agencies, so as to serve you in a most efficient and effective
way. We will not share your personally identifiable data with other entities, except where such entities have been authorized to carry out specific Government services or in
accordance with legislation under the purview of the Land Transport Authority to enable us to perform our functions or duties or to comply with any order of court or in
compliance with any written law, or for the purposes of taking any action against any user for breach of the conditions of use of the Authority’s electronic services.
Data provided by the Authority may be used for verification and record of your personal particulars, including comparing information from other sources, and using the
information to communicate with you.
For details on the LTA-appointed scrapyards/ EPZs, PARF/ COE rebate(s) or procedures on deregistration, please visit our website at .
Alternatively, you may contact our Customer Service Officers at 1800-CALL LTA (1800-2255 582).
The information is current at time of printing (July 2016)