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FINANCIAL SERVICES | Staff Reporter, Singapore

GIA Singapore pilots new motor accident report platform

It has new features, including contactless authorisation and cashless payment.

The General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIA) has launched a new platform for motor accident reports, a statement read.

The new GIA Easy Accident Reporting System (GEARS) will go live on 30 November, with the current system being retired from 5:00 pm on 27 November. GEARS incorporates several new features, such as one-step contactless authorisation, cashless online payment, and a paperless system.

The GEARS e-Counter will only accept payments through the General Interbank Recurring Order, direct debit, or by scanning NETS or PayNow QR codes using participating banks’ mobile apps.

Motorists that will be involved in accidents during the 27-29 November transition period are advised to report at the Accident Reporting Centres on 30 November.

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