All you need to know about Vehicle Log Card

Need to find out something about your vehicle? Be it your vehicle registration date or IU number, a vehicle log card will do the job, as it stores the entire details of your vehicle.

 

What is a Vehicle Log Card?

All you need to know about Vehicle log card

Besides telling you your vehicle type and colour, the vehicle log card has so many details you can head to the ONE.MOTORING to check. We will lists down a few important ones you might need:

  • Vehicle No.
  • Vehicle Type
  • Make / Model
  • Primary Colour
  • Maximum Laden Weight
  • Unladen Weight
  • Engine No.
  • Chassis No.
  • Engine Capacity
  • IU No.
  • Passenger Capacity
  • Original Registration Date
  • Open Market Value
  • COE No.
  • COECategory
  • Expiry Date of COE
  • Quota Premium (QP)

 

What is the Log Card used for?

The log card can be used for many different reasons. One of which is when you are planning to sell your car. Let’s review some services that require the use of your log card.

 

1. Selling/Transferring of vehicle ownership

Your vehicle details are very crucial if you are intending to sell your vehicle or transfer its ownership, be it to another buyer or to a car dealer. Therefore, when you’re selling your car, details from the log card is needed to cross-refer to make sure you list down the correct details.

Besides that, the buyer who is interested in your vehicle will definitely want to take a look at your vehicle log card before deciding to purchase your vehicle.

2. Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP)

Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) is a permit issued by the Road Transport Department (under Section 66H of the Road Transport Act 1987) that allows the entry of foreign vehicles into Malaysia. You will need your log card due to the numerous amount of important details you must fill in during registration.

You would also need a printed physical copy of your log card when you drive into Malaysia to collect your VEP-RFID tag.

3. Buying Motor Insurance

Getting your motor insurance from an agent is easy until they start asking you a list of questions. So why not just send them a copy of your vehicle log card and they can just extract details from there.

 

How to retrieve your Vehicle Log Card?

With 3 simple steps, you can easily gain excess to the details on your vehicle log card!

1: Go to www.onemotoring.com.sg

2: Log in with your Singpass ID and password

3: Select ‘Vehicle Hub’ -> ‘Enquire & Print Vehicle Registration Details’.

 

However, if you’re still confused, you can watch this video tutorial created by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and download the UDrivers App now and let us keep you updated on your motor insurance and road tax’s due date! 

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