THE Land Transportation Office (LTO) on Thursday launched the return of “LTO on Wheels,” its mobile satellite office.
LTO chief Teofilo Guadiz 3rd attended the project’s first stop at Camp Karingal in Quezon City, the headquarters of the Quezon City Police District.
Launched in May 2019 but sidelined by the Covid-19 pandemic, LTO on Wheels can accommodate 400 car registrations per day and render related services such as motor vehicle registration renewal, issuance of student permit, renewal of driver’s license, plain renewal without penalty, renewal of professional/non-professional driver’s license and conversion of paper license to card.
Its main goal is to decongest people traffic at the LTO’s central, regional and district offices.
A government office or a barangay (village) can host an LTO on Wheels by sending a letter of request to the LTO regional director.
The requesting party has to provide sufficient parking space for the LTO on Wheels vehicle and internet connectivity of at least 10 megabytes per second.