Is your vehicle still plying our streets sporting that old six-digit white-and-green license plate? If your answer is yes, you might want to check out the Philippine Land Transportation Office’s (LTO) official Facebook page.
The agency has released a list containing the plate numbers of the latest batch of replacement license plates that are now ready for pickup. Check out the list below, and if your vehicle’s plate number is on there, you can pick up your replacement plates at the Pasay District Office.
Found it? Congratulations. You’ll still need to bring these requirements when you pick up your plates:
- A photocopy of the certificate of registration and latest official receipt
- If the vehicle is not under your name, a photocopy of the notarized deed of sale with a valid ID, both of the vendor and the vendee
- An authorization letter with valid ID allowing your representative to claim the vehicle plate
Keep in mind that the list above is for replacement plates, not license plates of newly registered vehicles. They’re six-character plates, not the new three-letter, four-number format. So, how long did you end up waiting for your vehicle's replacement license plates?