Another month, another set of Land Transportation Office (LTO) requirement extensions.
The agency has announced that student permits, driver’s licenses, medical certificates, and conductors licenses that expired in April or are set to expire this May have had their validity extended.
Motorists with licenses or permits that expired in April now have until June 30 to have them renewed. If your LTO driver’s license or permit in May, meanwhile, you now have until July 31 to fulfill your requirements. Look:
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The LTO says that this new set of extensions is still due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Oh, and in case you aren’t aware, the LTO extended registration validity for cars with license plates ending in ‘5’ ends on June 30 as well.
Frankly, two extra months to deal with your LTO requirements should be enough, right? Then again, who knows how the health situation will pan out. For all we know, another extension may be right around the corner. What do you think?
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