18 Jun '11, 6am

New URA/HDB parking coupons to deter forgery

The URA and HDB will release new parking coupons with a security watermark feature to deter the forgery of such coupons. -- PHOTO: URA/HDB THE URA and HDB will release new parking coupons with a security watermark feature to deter the forgery of such coupons. To be implemented progressively from June 20 in new coupons, the watermark feature will be in the form of a URA/HDB logo imprinted on the coupon, visible to the naked eye when held against bright light. But in a statement on Saturday, URA and HDB said motorists can continue to use existing parking coupons without the watermark feature, alongside the new coupons. They do not need to exchange their existing parking coupons for new ones. Parking coupon agents will continue to sell the existing 'non-watermark' coupons until their stock is depleted. Motorists can still buy from this current stock of 'non-watermark' coupons...

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