Certificate of entitlement (COE) prices ended lower for all categories except for motorcycles at the latest tender yesterday.
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COE prices ended lower across the board in the round of bidding that ended on Aug 23, 2017.
If you intend to revalidate your certificate of entitlement, you should do so near the end of your current COE and extend it by 10 years, rather than five.
Certificates of entitlement (COE) for cars and commercial vehicles ended higher at the latest tender yesterday, while the premium for motorcycles tumbled.
COE premiums for commercial vehicles plunged to a six-year low at the latest tender yesterday.
Commercial vehicle prices are set to tumble along with the six-time surge in Category C COEs.
COE supply for commercial vehicles will rise from an average of 322 per month now to 2168 per month for the May-July quota period.
8795 COEs available each month during said period.
COE premiums ended mostly lower after the second round of bidding for January 2017.
Cat C prices up, all other premiums end lower.