LTO-Borongan District Office issues strict implementation of “No Registration, No Travel Policy”

  • April 18, 2017
  • Samuel D. Candido

BORONGAN CITY, Eastern Samar, April 18 (PIA) -The Land Transportation Office  (LTO) Borongan Disrict Office issued the strict implementation of “No Registration, No Travel Policy.”


Ms. Narcisa Tabarnero, LTO Supervising Transportation Regulation Officer said all new vehicles should be registered within seven days from the date of Vehicles Sales Invoice (VSI).


In an interview with PIA, Tabarnero clarified that she is strictly imposing the said policy saying "I am not allowing vehicles not registered in LTO travelling in public highways."


Tabarnero disclosed that if the vehicles is registered already at the LTO, he/she must present the following documents: Certificate of Registration (CR), Official Receipt  (OR) for payment of Motor Vehicle User's Charge  (MVUC) and license plate numbers.


Tabarnero added that even though there is conduction sticker (or temporary licensed plate no) issued by the dealer, still the new four-wheel vehicles and new motorcycles will not be allowed to be used in public highways pending the LTO registration within seven days period.


“The conduction sticker is only used from the manufacturers, assemblers, dealers (display rooms) to the house of the buyer. If the vehicle processed the CR and OR, the owner can travel in the private highways not in the public highways such as thoroughfares,” Tabarnero added.


Drivers who have no registration of their vehicles and violated the said policy will be given penalties: P10,000 without registration, P2,000 additional accessory penalty for reckless driving  and P1,000 for driver.


The LTO Memorandum took effect last February, 2017. (ajc/SDC/PIA-E. Samar)

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