Wednesday, May 6, 2020

LTO Extends Expired Driver's License, Car Registrations By 60 Days


The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has extended the validity of driver’s licenses that expired during the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) by 60 days or two (2) months which will commence upon the lifting of ECQ.

In addition, no penalties will be collected for the late registration of motor vehicles and renewal of driver’s licenses that expire within the duration of the ECQ.

LTO will also limit its transactions once the ECQ is lifted, to observe health protocols, such as social distancing, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Likewise, the agency will reduce personnel in counters, but to accommodate more applicants, the office is considering operating during Saturdays, and front liners will be the priority in the opening of the offices.

Applicants should process their registration before the end of the grace period, to avoid overcrowding at the offices on the day of the deadline.

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