LTO kicks off vehicle registration caravan
LTO kicks off vehicle registration caravan
LTO kicks off vehicle registration caravan
by Ada Pelonia11 December 2023
Photo courtesy of Land Transportation Office/Facebook

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) on Saturday, Dec. 9, kicked off its motor vehicle registration caravan in a bid to encourage nearly 24.7 million owners of delinquent vehicles to renew their registration.

LTO chief Vigor Mendoza led the kick off together with LTO Regional Director Roque Verzosa III in Brgy. Lipunan, Quezon City.

The caravan was part of the “Oplan Balik Rehistro, Be Road Ready” program that the LTO chief ordered after data showed that nearly 65 percent of motor vehicles nationwide have expired registration.

“Sa pagsasagawa ng motor vehicle registration caravan, ipinapakita ng inyong LTO na hindi lang kami puro enforcement. We are also finding ways to make our services fast and comfortable like this program which is designed to bring the services of the LTO closer to our clients,” Mendoza said.

The LTO chief added that the caravan also covered drivers who wish to renew their licenses.

“May mga kababayan kasi tayo na nasa trabaho mula Lunes hanggang Biyernes at hindi makahanap ng oras para magpa-renew ng lisensya dahil busy sa trabaho at sayang din naman nga ang kikitain,” he said.

“Sa pamamagitan ng caravan, they will be given the opportunity to renew their driver’s license at a time na wala silang pasok sa trabaho, at ang LTO pa mismo ang lalapit sa kani-kanilang lugar,” Mendoza added.

The caravan recorded 56 renewed driver’s licenses and 24 registered delinquent motor vehicles during the first day.

“We expect more vehicle owners to register their motor vehicles in the coming days because of this motor vehicle registration program that will be implemented across the country,” the LTO chief said.

LTO earlier ordered the setting up of special lanes to speed up the registration of delinquent motor vehicle owners.

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