Application for a driver’s license, car registration and paying fees can now be done online. The new website portal.lto.gov.ph provides fast and 24/7 access to the agency’s services via computer, tablet or smartphone. This is to avoid direct contact and the spread of COVID-19. With the new portal, people can access their records without going to LTO branches.
Applicants can make cashless payments for fines and other fees before making an appointment at an LTO branch office. To be able to access the portal, one needs to sign up as a client.
“Citizens of the country need to register as client in the public portal, create and appointment at their choice of LTO office, pay their fees online for their Driver’s License, car registration, motor vehicle inspection service, and even pay their fines,” the LTO said.
The service has been made available in Metro Manila, Laoag, Bayombong, Roxas, Tagbilaran, Dumaguete, Ormoc, Butuan, Pagadian, Malaybalay, Lipa, Calapan, Naga, Tagum, Davao, General Santos, and Baguio.
Developed in partnership with identification company Dermalog, the Land Transport Management System (LTMS) has an Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) with face and fingerprint identification to prevent false or double identities. The data center placed in Manila can do over one million transactions per day.
The new LTO portal is one of the key steps for the agency to become a frontline government agency that shows fast and efficient public service for a progressive land transport sector, according to LTO Chief and Transportation Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante.
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