Here’s why it’s worth the time and the expense
Remember the days when anyone could get a driver's license without taking any driving classes or without knowing how to drive in the first place? That's the problem that the Land Transportation Office was aiming to address when it imposed
Here’s for all the collectors and aficionados out there
Recently, there were two important bills that lapsed into law concerning the automotive industry: the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act and the Vintage Vehicle Regulation Act. We already discussed the former in a detailed explainer. This time around, we're going to
The game-changer we’ve been waiting for?
Earlier this month, Republic Act no. 11697 finally lapsed into law without President Rodrigo Duterte's signature. Better known as the country's Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act, it's being heralded by its proponents as a possible game-changer in the
It’s all in your license plate number
When you buy a brand-new car in the Philippines, its initial motor vehicle registration-which the dealership usually processes for you-is good for three years. After that, renewing the registration with the Land Transportation Office (LTO) becomes an annual affair,
Along with all the other violations relating to your car’s LTO registration
Registering your vehicle with the Land Transportation Office (LTO)-no matter how old or new your car is-takes work. It takes a good amount of money, too, of course.As taxing as it is, though, the hours and the few thousands
Here are all the important requirements, fees, schedules, and penalties to note
Aside from knowing how to drive properly and acquiring your driver's license, there's one more thing you need to pay attention to if you want to be a responsible motorist on Philippine roads: your vehicle's registration with the Land
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