ERP 2.0 unit to be pre-fitted in new vehicles registered from May 1


Owners of existing local motorcycles can book an appointment with their preferred workshop to install their OBU once they have been notified from May 1.

The notification will include a brochure with detailed instructions on the appointment booking process and features of the OBU.

While the installation period for these motorcycles begins Jun 1, motorcycle owners are encouraged to secure their appointment once they are notified.

Installation is free if they complete installation within the stipulated two-month period given to them. Otherwise, they will be charged a subsidised installation fee of S$35, said LTA.  

The OBU in motorcycles is a single-piece unit, similar to their in-vehicle unit (IU) under the old ERP system.

On their installation appointment day, motorcycle owners or a designated representative just need to take the motorcycle to the workshop. No additional documents are required.

They can also find out the installation duration at the workshop, as the time taken may vary depending on the make and model of the motorcycle.

New motorcycles registered from Feb 13 have already received a pre-fitted OBU.


Owners of other existing local vehicles can expect to be progressively notified for OBU installation later this year.

Nonetheless, LTA welcomes motorists who wish to install early. They can call LTA Call Assist Service at 6377 2255 for assistance.

Motorists can also contact their preferred authorised workshop directly if they wish to schedule their installation together with their regular servicing appointment, added LTA.

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