The Land Transportation Office is looking to penalize car owners who fail to claim their vehicle’s replacement plates within 60 days.
In a statement issued on July 19, 2023, The DOTr says the supply of plastic license cards will normalize by September.
The Land Transportation Office has released its official design and format for temporary and improvised license plates.
The LTO passed memorandum no. JMT-2023-2399. Engine and chassis stenciling for registration renewal are no longer needed.
The National Printing Office will print five million driver’s license cards to address the ongoing shortage at the LTO.
The Land Transportation clarifies the types of plates allowed on vehicles amid the agency’s shortage of blank plates.
The Land Transportation Office is close to finalizing its recommendation for a fair and reasonable driving school rate.
In order to address high driving school prices, the LTO is proposing a standard fee-based structure for driving schools.
The LTO and the Metro Manila Council have approved the implementation of the new single-ticketing system.
The LTO is putting driver education forward with its free theoretical driving courses for students.
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The NCAP will get better, as stated by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) with a technical working group has been formed.
Remember, no inappropriate messages on your plate should you ever decide to get one.
For car plates ending in 4, the LTO is issuing a validity extension that will go on until May of 2022.
The LTO is set to open the new PITX licensing center next week, February 23, 2022, with car registration available in May.
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It’s like registering your car all over again.
Remember to renew 10 years later, though.
Following a pattern of extensions, registration validity for plates ending in 5, 6, and 7 have been extended again.
The qualification depends on PMVIC’s geographical location.
Previously only for areas under MECQ, the LTO has extended the validity of plate numbers ending in 6 and 7 for the entire country.