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Seeking the convenience and flexibility of driving your own vehicle, but without the cost and commitment of car ownership?

Need to rent a car for your holiday and pick it up from Changi Airport?

Lease a private car with STRIDES Premier Rent A Car today!

Short-Term Car Leasing

Drive around Singapore or Malaysia for several days, weeks or months at a time. Check out our short-term rental packages, which can be extended on a month-to-month basis.

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Long-Term Car Leasing

Enjoy the convenience of leasing a car for up to several years at a time. Our affordable long-term rental packages are perfect for corporate usage, expatriates, or long-term visitors in Singapore.

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Short Term Car Rental

  • Ideal for weekend use or for a couple of days
  • Wide variety of passenger cars for all lifestyles and preferences.
  • Equipped with automatic transmission, air-conditioning, radio & CD player
  • Well-maintained cars for an optimal drive
  • Convenient car collection near Changi Airport via bus, MRT, and taxi

Check our current promotions to get the best deals in town.

The best alternative to buying, especially if you do not intend to have a car for more than 2 to 3 years. We offer standard and customised rental packages to suit your needs.

Our standard package includes:

  • Renewed on a monthly basis
  • Flexibility if you prefer not to commit to a long term agreement
  • Minimum contract period of 12 months (existing cars) and 24 months (new cars)
  • Subject to availability of make and model of cars

Each standard package includes:

  • Road tax
  • Vehicle insurance
  • Regular monthly maintenance
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Car replacement in the event of breakdown and when the car is in the workshop for servicing
  • Insurance against fire and theft
  • Non-waivable excess (NWE)
  • Malaysia Surcharge

Long Term Car Rental

Chauffeur Drive Service (SilverLimo)

  • Choose from a variety of unmarked vehicles with our uniformed driver
  • Hassle-free rides in comfort for airport and point to point transfers, or at your disposal

To enjoy special rates, join our Premier Club.

Join us as a Premier Club Member to enjoy the following benefits:

  • Complimentary Collision Damage Reduction (CDR)
  • Exclusive members-only car rental rates
  • Complimentary delivery/collection service for rental period more than 1 week (only applicable during office hours between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. This complimentary service is not available during festive periods, weekends and public holidays).

Premier Club membership fee: $100 per year (excl. GST)

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For more information, please contact us at (65) 6214 1101 or email [email protected]

Premier Club

Hourly Rental (Premier GO)

Need a car for a couple of hours to run errands or for special occasions?

Enjoy flexible hourly rental at extremely affordable rates. Conveniently located near Changi Business Park, simply hop over and drive away hassle-free. We have a variety of cars well suited for different occasions.

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Here are the FAQ, Terms & Conditions (Premier GO), and Terms & Conditions (Premier GO Lite).

Need some help deciding?

Call our friendly operators at (65) 6214 1101.

Car Rental Guide

The Hirer/Driver must be at least 23 years old and not over 65 years old of age and in possession of a valid local or overseas international driving licence with driving experience of more than a year.

Rates include third-party liability and property damage. Hirers are always responsible for the amount of “Non-Waivable Excess” for each and every accident.

The hirer accepts NWE on the condition that each and every accident, damage, fire or theft to the hired vehicle is reported to Premier’s office within 24 hours. If there is bodily injury, the hirer must report to the Singapore Traffic Police and the original copy of the accident report must be forwarded to Premier’s office as soon as possible. For non-injury motor accident reports, the hirer is required to complete a non-injury motor accident report form which can be obtained from Premier’s office.

Hirers shall be fully liable for any damages, fire and theft arising from unreported accidents/damages to Premier’s vehicle.

Type Damage Excess Fire and Theft
Group Singapore Malaysia Singapore Malaysia
1600cc & below $2,000 $2,500 $3,000 $3,500
1800 /2000cc $2,500 $3,000 $3,500 $4,000
Above 2000cc / MPV / SUV $3,000 $3,000 $4,000 $4,500

The non-waivable excess may be further reduced upon purchase of the Collision Damage Reduction.

The non-waivable excess can be reduced to as follows:

Non-Waivable Excess (Reduced)

Type Damage Excess Fire and Theft
Group Singapore Malaysia Singapore Malaysia
1600cc & below $750 $1,200 $1,500 $2,000
1800 /2000cc $1,000 $1,500 $2,000 $2,500
Above 2000cc / MPV / SUV $1,250 $2,000 $3,000 $3,500

*Applicable for Japanese/ Korean models only

Personal Accident Insurance may be arranged at the request of the hirer, which provides a cover of S$35,000 for the driver and up to a maximum of S$5,000 claim on medical reimbursements. For passengers, a cover of S$25,000 to be shared among the passengers up to a maximum of three passengers. Personal Accident Insurance can be purchased at a minimal cost.

A surcharge of $40 per delivery or collection will be levied during office hours (0830 – 1800hrs from Monday to Friday) and a surcharge of $50 per delivery or collection before and after office hours, $60 per delivery or collection on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.

All parking charges, traffic fines, ERP and toll fees will be the responsibility of the hirer.

All vehicles are strictly for Singapore use only. If Premier is not notified before the hired vehicle enters Malaysia, the hirer will be fully responsible for all first and third party liability for damages, fire or theft and all other cost arising from the damages occurred in Malaysia.

A small additional surcharge will be levied for vehicles traveling to Malaysia.

24 hours breakdown service is available in Singapore and West Malaysia.

Minimum rental charge is one day (24 hours).

For extending your rental beyond the agreed date of return, it is important that you advise Premier in advance for insurance coverage purposes.

Premier’s estimated cost of rental is payable at time of rental. Final adjustment will be made at the end of rental. Premier recognises and accepts all major credit cards. For company billing: a Letter of Authorisation or Billing Application Form have to be completed and signed by the respective company for approval by Premier Rent A Car.

Prevailing Goods & Services Tax will be levied on all charges.

Additional drivers are required to register with Premier before they are allowed to drive the hired vehicle. Otherwise, he/she will not be protected by the insurance, NWE or CDR. There will be a surcharge for additional driver per day or per month basis.

General Information

$120 fine will be imposed on the passenger who is not belted up. The driver will be fined $120 and given 3 demerit points for failing to ensure that his passengers are belted up.

Most Singaporean children below 8 years old are not tall enough to use a seat belt safely. They are therefore best protected in a child safety seat. Children should use booster seats to raise their height to the level where they can use adult seat belts safely. Traffic Police will exercise flexibility in these cases.

From 1st April 2007, the following adjustments will be made:

  • Shift in traffic patterns prompts changes to bus lane timings
  • The evening bus lane operation hours will be moved to a slightly later slot to reflect current traffic patterns which indicate that evening traffic volumes tend to peak at around 6.00pm.
  • The Saturday bus lane hours will no longer apply at specific locations, due to the lighter traffic volumes noted on Saturdays.

The full-day bus lane scheme, currently in force from Mondays to Saturdays at Orchard Road since October 2005, will be extended to five new locations with very high traffic volumes.

Motorists who park their vehicles illegally will obstruct pedestrians and/or other motorists, and may pose a threat to the safety of other road users. Enforcement action will be taken against these motorists.

Motorists can be fined up to $120 for light vehicles and $150 for heavy vehicles. For cases that cause danger or serious obstruction, the composition fine is $300. Errant motorists will also face a removal charge of up to $160 (for motor cars), excluding storage charges. Parking within a Demerit Points No Parking Zone, parking abreast of another vehicle or parking within a pedestrian crossing carry 3 demerit points in addition to the composition amount.

The Traffic Police takes a serious view on the use of handphone while operating a vehicle. A first-timer convicted of phone and drive offence shall be liable to 12 demerit points and a maximum fine of up to $1000/- or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months or both. He/She may also be disqualified from driving. The offender’s handphone and SIM card will be seized to facilitate investigation. These may be forfeited by the court upon conviction.

It is important to have a cashcard while driving in Singapore. Make sure the cashcard is slotted correctly into the vehicle’s IU — the grey unit located above the dashboard at the lower right corner of the windscreen. This is important because cash is debited from the cashcard each time the vehicle passes an operational ERP gantry. Most carparks (except HDB) are equipped with electronic parking systems (EPS) which accept payment by cashcard. CashCards can be purchased at 7-11 stores, petrol stations, and convenience stores. These cards can be topped up at ATM machines, 7-11 stores, petrol stations as well as cashcard top up machines at some carparks.

Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) is an electronic system of road pricing based on a pay-as-you-use principle. It is designed to be a fair system as motorists are charged when they use the road during peak hours.

The ERP system uses a dedicated short-range radio communication system to deduct ERP charges from CashCards. These are inserted in the In-vehicle Units (IUs) of vehicles before each journey. Each time vehicles pass through a gantry when the system is in operation, the ERP charges will be automatically deducted. Motorists who pass through an operational ERP gantry without a properly-inserted CashCard in the IU, or one with insufficient monetary value in the CashCard to pay the ERP charges, will receive a letter within a few days of the violation requesting them to pay the outstanding ERP charge plus an administrative fee of $10, within two weeks from the date of the letter.

While Singaporeans have always been fond of driving across the border for holidays, we sometimes hear of their journey ending in dismay due to road mishaps.

Common causes of accidents can be driver fatigue, being unfamiliar with Malaysian driving habits, unfamiliar routes and terrains, bad weather and roadside distractions.

Get plenty of rest

Long distance driving can easily lead to driver fatigue. Get a good night’s sleep before the trip. As a general rule, plan a stop every two hours during your journey, or once you experience any fatigue signs and symptoms. Rotate with your co-driver if you have one.

On the North-South Highway, lay bys are located every 25 to 50 km along the expressway. Facilities include parking bays, toilets and public telephones. Rest and Service Areas (RSA) are located every 80 to 100 kilometers.

Driving at night

Reduced visibility and drowsiness combined with blinding bright headlights are common night driving problems one has to overcome. Hence travellers are advised to avoid night driving as far as possible. If you have to, drive with caution and take breaks in between.

As a safety tip, use the light of oncoming vehicles and the vehicles ahead of you to gain valuable clues on the layout of the road, i.e. curves and bends.

Driving conditions and habits

Do some research on Malaysian driving conditions. Clue-up on the local safety signs, signals and speed limits before embarking on your holiday as most signages are displayed in Malay languages.

In Malaysia, when overtaking a slow vehicle in front of you, do not flash your high beam as the locals may not understand your intention and may think you are antagonistic. Instead switch on your right indicator. Most drivers would filter left and give way.

Routes & Terrains

If possible, try to find out in advance any unusual terrain along the route that you are taking so as to anticipate them. Uneven surfaces and potholes are common on Malaysian trunk roads. Do not be distracted by the scenery and be careful when you manoeuvre the bends. Also, obtain a reliable map and plan your route in advance.

Bad Weather Conditions

Malaysia is frequently lashed by torrential tropical thunderstorms and thus, presents its own unique driving challenges. Avoid driving in bad weather conditions. In a downpour, always turn on your headlights and windshield wipers. Reduce speed to give yourself more time to react to hazards and let your speed drop gradually. Keep a lookout for hazards like falling tree branches, landslides and big sprays of water from puddles.

The North-South Highway have crosswinds frequently. Warning signs in the form of wind-socks are usually found at places prone to strong crosswinds. In the absence of wind-socks, the swaying trees along the road are good indications.

Dealing with aggressive motorists

Do not do anything that will frustrate other road users or cause them to react adversely.

If you encounter road peeves like motorists / bikers cutting in front of you or road hogging for example, stay calm and do not overact or react adversely.

If you have accidentally cut in front of another car, or may have unintentionally exercised inconsiderate driving, always reverse the process by apologizing with a hand gesture.

If you encounter road rage, stay in your car. Do not respond aggressively with angry gesture or action. Instead, use an apologetic gesture. If need be, drive to the nearest town to seek help or to call for help from the local police.

What do I do if I am involved in an accident?

  • Check whether others are in need of assistance. Stay calm and don’t get angry. Move to the side of the road or somewhere safe.
  • You should have a Singapore Accident Statement in your vehicle. It contains two forms for you to complete:

If possible, try to find out in advance any unusual terrain along the route that you are taking so as to anticipate them. Uneven surfaces and potholes are common on Malaysian trunk roads. Do not be distracted by the scenery and be careful when you manoeuvre the bends. Also, obtain a reliable map and plan your route in advance.

$120 fine will be imposed on the passenger who is not belted up. The driver will be fined $120 and given 3 demerit points for failing to ensure that his passengers are belted up.

Accident Statement (yellow-and-blue form, Part I)

The Accident Statement should be completed at the scene of the accident. Complete it, sign it and have the other driver involved in the accident sign it too. There are two copies – one for you and one for the other driver. The Accident Statement helps your insurer establish the basic facts of the accident. It is not an admission of liability.

Individual Statement (white form, Part II)

The Individual Statement does not require the signature of both drivers, so you can fill it in later.

Once completed, please send both the Accident Statement and the Individual Statement to us within 24 hours. By filling in these statements, you will help us ensure your claim is processed as quickly as possible.

If none of the drivers involved has an Singapore Accident Statement, be sure to note these details at the accident scene:

  • The number plates of all other vehicles involved
  • The names and addresses of the other driver(s) / contact number(s)
  • Any witnesses and their contact details
  • The names of insurers for the other driver(s)

Avoid discussing liability, i.e. which party is at fault, with others involved in the accident, or their lawyers. Refer all communications from them to us immediately.

If an accident involves injury, call the police straight away. You must also make a police report within 24 hours of an accident involving:

  • Damage to a government vehicle or property
  • A foreign-registered vehicle
  • A hit-and-run vehicle

Residing in Singapore for less than twelve (12) months

A foreigner above 18 years of age and holding valid foreign licence may drive in Singapore for a period of not more than 12 months. Those on short term social visit may drive with their foreign licence.

For licence not written in English language, an International Driving Permit (IDP) or an official translation in English language is required.

Foreigners from ASEAN member countries*

Driver only need to possess a valid driving licence issued by the relevant driving licence Authority. An IDP is not required.

*ASEAN member countries includes: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia

Residing in Singapore for more than twelve (12) months

valid Singapore driving licence is required after 12 months of staying in Singapore.

In order to convert a non­-Singapore motorcar licence to a Singapore driving licence, drivers are required to pass the Basic Theory Test (BTT). Do note that overseas theory test results are not admissible for consideration. On passing the BTT, you may then proceed to apply for conversion at the Traffic Police Driving Test Centre counters.


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