Vehicle Entry Permit

DON'T BE FOOLED! RECIPROCAL ROAD CHARGE IS NOT TIT-FOR-TAT

The money-crazy PAP Government tries to justify their latest increase on cross-border road charges by portraying it as tit-for-tat. Basically what they are telling the Singapore public is "they started it first".

“This is to ensure that Malaysia takes into consideration our response whenever they raise their tolls or introduce a new levy,” Mr Khaw said.

But before anyone is fooled, let's look at some events in time:

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MALAYSIA TO CHARGE S'PORE VEHICLES S$7.60 PER ENTRY INTO M'SIA

Motorists with foreign-registered vehicles entering Johor Bahru from Singapore will have to pay a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee of RM20 (S$7.55) from the middle of next year, reported The New Straits Times on Sunday (Dec 21). “The Transport Ministry is working out the details of the VEP implementation at the Causeway and the Second Link, before it is enforced,” the newspaper quoted Malaysia’s Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi as saying on Saturday.

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M'SIAN MINISTER: S'POREANS WILL STILL COME TO JOHOR FOR CHEAP FOOD & SHOPPING

The proposed Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee for all foreign vehicles entering Johor Baru will have minimal to no impact on Singaporeans entering the city via the Causeway and Second Link. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said that tourist arrivals from across the border would not drop just because of an imposed entry fee and that Singaporeans would still come into Malaysia for cheaper food and cheaper products.

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