Land Transportation Office in areas that are in General Community Quarantine (GCQ) are resuming operations on May 13, 2020.
Health and sanitary protocols are going to be enforced and LTO advises their clients to follow safety precautionary measures implemented in battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Proper physical/social distancing and mandatory wearing of face masks will be strictly enforced.
Those who are below 21 years old, 60 years old and above and pregnant women are not yet allowed to have transactions with the agency. They will only be allowed when the Community Quarantine is lifted.
Prior to this announcement, the LTO has given a 60-day grace period for driver licenses which have expired during the ECQ period. When the LTO offices open, applicants may process their renewal within 60 days. No penalties will be collected for the late registration of motor vehicles and renewal of driver’s licenses that expired within the duration of the community quarantine. Here are the rules that will govern transactions when LTO resumes operation:
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