The Land Transport Authority has announced that there will be fewer certificates of entitlement for the next three months starting from February
Fewer COEs for next three months starting from February LTA said the supply of Category A COEs, which are for cars up to 1,600cc, will shrink by 9.1 per cent to 3,300 a month, while Category B (cars above 1,600cc) will have 2.9 per cent fewer certificates at 2,471 a month. PHOTO: ST FILE

There will be fewer certificates of entitlement (COE) for the next three months starting from February.

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said the supply of Category A COEs, which are for cars up to 1,600cc, will shrink by 9.1 per cent to 3,300 a month.
Category B (cars above 1,600cc) will have 2.9 per cent fewer certificates, at 2,471 a month.
There will be 26.4 per cent fewer open category COEs, which are for all vehicles except motorcycles, at 784 a month.
Commercial vehicle buyers and sellers will have 25.2 per cent fewer COEs, at 1,651 per month.
And motorcyclists will see a 7.6 per cent dip in their COE supply to 608 pieces a month.
In total, the supply is 12.9 per cent smaller than the November-January quota.

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) said the supply of Category A COEs, which are for cars up to 1,600cc, will shrink by 9.1 per cent to 3,300 a month.

Category B (cars above 1,600cc) will have 2.9 per cent fewer certificates, at 2,471 a month.

There will be 26.4 per cent fewer open category COEs, which are for all vehicles except motorcycles, at 784 a month.

Commercial vehicle buyers and sellers will have 25.2 per cent fewer COEs, at 1,651 per month.

And motorcyclists will see a 7.6 per cent dip in their COE supply to 608 pieces a month.

In total, the supply is 12.9 per cent smaller than the November-January quota.