New NETS Motoring Card replaces the current CashCard used for ERP and car parks.
What is the new NETS Motoring Card and where to buy it?
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The current CashCard for ERP and carparks has served its purpose for 26 years and just two months ago, NETS launched a Motoring Card to replace the 26-year-old CashCard.
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Motorists can buy the new NETS Motoring Card at all petrol stations and convenience stores for only $10 each and it comes with $5 stored value inside the card.
Where to buy the new NETS Motoring Card?
- Petrol Stations: Shell, Caltex, SPC, Esso
- Convenience Stores: 7-Eleven, Cheers, Buzz Pods, FairPrice Xpress
- Online: Lazada, ReCreation and Custom Cards (Our last check was out of stock)
- NETS Customer Service Centre
Address: 298 Tiong Bahru Road, #06-01 Central Plaza, Singapore 168730
Operating Hours: 8.30am - 5.30pm (Mondays to Fridays)
This new NETS Motoring Card comes with more convenient features than the previous one. However, they are still similar in terms of their function as a stored-value card for ERP and car park payments.
When motorists exit Non-Full EPS Car Parks, they can tap their new Motoring Card and go. Meanwhile, when you exit Full EPS Car Parks, the auto deduction system will still be done.
Use the NETS FlashPay Reader App to top up the Motoring Card on the go.
Other top up options include:
ATMS of DBS, POSB, OCBC or UOB banks
NETS Top-Up Machines at all car parks.
Do note that the card will have expiry date information displayed at the back of the card.
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According to NETS, the new Motoring Card is compatible with the current dual-mode in-vehicle unit (IU) and the future on-board unit (OBU) which will be introduced for the next generation ERP system.
As for the first generation IU vehicle owners, they can still continue in using NETS CashCard or You can switch over to the NETS Motoring Card for the next generation ERP system. Meanwhile for existing Singapore-registered vehicle owners, they will have their OBU installed for free during the installation exercise, 18 months from mid-2021 onwards.
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References: NETS (website) motorist.sg (website) AsiaOne (website)