COE prices ended mixed at the latest round of bidding, on Jan 4, 2018.
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Certificate of entitlement (COE) prices ended lower for all categories except for motorcycles at the latest tender yesterday.
Premiums also soar due to longer gap from last tender, rush to register cars before 1 Jan 2018.
New tech allows for better ways of charging motorists for road usage, among other things.
COE prices finished higher across all categories in the round of bidding that ended on Sept 20, 2017.
Car buyers flocked to showrooms over the weekend – drawn by record-low certificate of entitlement (COE) prices announced at the last round of bidding.
Premiums for Categories B, C and E rose, while Cat A and B premiums remain unchanged from June 21.
COE premiums ended mostly lower in the latest round of bidding, but COEs for commercial vehicles jumped more than 25 percent.
A month after hitting a six-year low, COE premiums for commercial vehicles jumped by around 25 percent yesterday.
Certificates of entitlement (COE) ended mixed in the latest tender on Thursday (May 11) as a bigger supply of certificates mitigates the effects of higher demand.