COE prices finished higher across all categories in the round of bidding that ended on Sept 20, 2017.
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Car buyers flocked to showrooms over the weekend – drawn by record-low certificate of entitlement (COE) prices announced at the last round of bidding.
COEs for smaller cars plunged to its lowest level in almost seven years after yesterday’s (Sept 6) tender as a new emission standard kicked in and bidding from private-hire firms dried up.
COE prices ended lower across the board in the round of bidding that ended on Aug 23, 2017.
Car COE prices went up while those for motorcycles and goods vehicles went down slightly in the round of bidding that ended on Aug 10, 2017.
A Straits Times reader wants to know what will happen to his road tax and insurance premiums after he renews his COE.
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 revalidations in first five months of 2017 hit new high, with growth from bigger car owners.
There will be an average of 9122 COEs per month for the next three months, down from 10,568 now.