Articles about LTO Penalties

Violators face a P5,000 penalty and confiscation of ‘bora-bora’ motorbike
‘Doble plaka’ law imposes P20,000 to P50,000 fine or imprisonment for violators
With an average annual sales growth of around 20%, the motorcycle industry has consistently left the automotive sector eating dust in recent years. As of March 2019, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) reported that the number of motor vehicles-cars and motorcycles
Violators face a P5,000 penalty
Everyone's preparing for the upcoming long weekend. As we expect an exodus of motorists from Metro Manila and other key cities in the country, this situation, unfortunately, brings us again to the perennial heavy traffic in almost all major thoroughfares that
Traffic enforcers are all over C5, EDSA looking for violators
No excuses.This is the stern warning of enforcers from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Land Transportation Office (LTO) against motorcycle riders who hit the road without proper riding gear.These past few days, Moto Sapiens has noticed more and
Think twice about doing it
We've all considered putting the pedal to the floor at one time or another, especially when the asphalt underneath is nice and smooth, and the road up ahead is clear. Our expressways are in very good condition as well, so the
We are moving out of the dark ages
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is going digital at last. How? You can book an appointment online for your appearance now. Although you still have to be physically present at the LTO branch, this is a great development. Do note that this
A sweeping ban on LED lights is wrong
The recent LTO memorandum captioned "Subject: Enforcement of LED Lights and Wang-Wang Sirens" sent a chill through the spine of car owners whose vehicles had either factory-installed or aftermarket LED lights.The chill caused car owners to immediately stop using
Including wang-wangs and LED lights
For reasons that are entirely alien to any straight-thinking person, there are drivers out there who think it's cool to install extremely bright lights on their car that blind other motorists. It's bad enough that they put these in
Minimum-age requirement raised
The Land Transportation Office will be making revisions to the existing rules and regulations for those applying for both professional (PDL) and non-professional driver's licenses (NPDL), as well as student permits (SP) and conductor's licenses. Several administrative orders will
Meet Philippine motoring's new hero
Good day! I am Lito, at your service. May I seeyour car's registration? Thank you. Officer, this is my car's registration. However, I stilldon't have license plates. Will you apprehend me? I will not apprehend you. The policy is "
Could your plates be on this list?
No, this is not an April Fool's Day story. This is serious stuff.The Land Transportation Office--in its desire to prove that the fault in the delayed license plates doesn't rest upon it--has furnished the Department of Transportation
You can now ignore its validity period
In response to numerous complaints about the Land Transportation Office's delayed release of the plastic driver's license cards, the agency has ordered the regional directors and the heads of its licensing centers nationwide to disregard the validity period of the
This is not an early April Fool's Day joke
This is not an early April Fool's Day joke. If you have a brand-new car but you have yet to receive its license plates from the Land Transportation Office, you only have until March 31 to enjoy driving it on
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