The LTO has a new leader
On May 22, 2023, assistant secretary Jose Arturo 'Jay Art' Tugade announced that he was stepping down from his role as chief of the Land Transportation Office (LTO). Tugade cited his differences with the Department of Transport (DOTr) as the reason for
Own a classic?
Do you own a classic? If so, have you registered it under the guidelines of the Vintage Vehicle Regulations Act? If so, you might expect the plates for it soon.Recently, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has released the first set of
Time to apply!
Earlier in May, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) announced that it will be offering free 15-hour Theoretical Driving Courses. At the time, outgoing LTO chief Jay Art Tugade said that the agency aims to make it a monthly program to make
A successor has yet to be named
The Land Transportation Office (DOTr) has had its fair share of ups and downs these past few months. But on Monday, May 22, 2023, a shock announcement came from the agency: Assistant Secretary Jose Arturo 'Jay Art' Tugade has announced that he
It will be a monthly thing, the LTO promises
It wasn't that long ago when the Land Transportation Office (LTO) announced that it was going to put a price cap on driving school fees. It was the LTO's initiative to make driving lessons more accessible to more people.But
The first few days ran with little hitches
It's been a few days since the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) began the pilot run of the single ticketing system. Implemented last May 2, 2023, how was the first few days of the roll out? According to the MMDA, it
Is outsourcing the key?
It's been a rough couple of weeks for the Land Transportation Office (LTO). By now, you're probably aware of the license card shortage that has forced the agency to print these out on paper. There's also the looming problem
It will be available later this month
As you know by now, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has rolled out the single ticketing system. It's a dry run for now, and it's currently active in San Juan, Muntinlupa, Quezon City, Valenzuela, Parañaque, Manila, and Caloocan.
As a guide for its enforcers
Slowly but surely, the list of hybrid and electric vehicles is growing in the country. That also means that more of these cars are exempt from the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program, also known as the number/color coding scheme. That's
Don’t easily believe what circulates online
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently belied posts circulating online that a new number coding system is in place.In its public advisory on April 27, MMDA said the current Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP), also known as the number
There will be a pilot program first
Back in February 1, 2023, the Metro Manila Council approved a new system unifying traffic violations and penalties in NCR. Initially proposed by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO), it will be added to the Metro
There’s no stopping the April 15 implementation
The Association of Accredited Driving Schools of the Philippines, Inc. (AADSPI) recently pled to the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to postpone the implementation of Memorandum Circular No. JMT-2023-2390.MC No. JMT-2023-2390 is also known as the 'Omnibus Guidelines
It’s supposed to be implemented by April 15
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) recently released Memorandum Circular No. JMT-2023-2390. It's also known as the 'Omnibus Guidelines on the Accreditation, Supervision, and Control of Driving Institutions, and the Standardization of Driver and Conductor's Education'. While it sounds
Isumbong Mo Kay Chief!
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has launched an online complaint form called Isumbong Mo Kay Chief! in a bid to speed up the submission of public grievances, comments, and other suggestions in improving the agency's services."Alam po namin sa LTO
But no official rates just yet
Enrolling in a driving school isn't exactly cheap. Should you apply to a reputable and respected one, you're looking at around P3,000 at the very least. Of course, that will depend on what kind of course you will take,
It’s really not that hard
Do you have a Land Transportation Office (LTO) Land Transportation Management System (LTMS) account yet? If not, you kind of need one-at least if you hope to drive around these parts legally.This is because creating an LTO LTMS account is
Uh oh
A driving school in Palawan is in hot water following complaints about how it conducts its theoretical driving course and driving enhancement programs.In a statement, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) announced that the driving school has been suspended for 30 days
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