LTO can now print RFID stickers here
Mitchelle L. Palaubsanon (The Freeman) - July 7, 2019 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines —  The Land Transportation Office can now print Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) stickers here in the region.

 LTO-7 conducted the ceremonial printing of RFID stickers and turnover of motor vehicle plates to car dealers the other day.

Regional Director Victor Caindec said that previously the RFID stickers could only be printed by their head office in Manila, but now their regional office here can produce it.

With the production of RFID stickers in the region, motor vehicles owners (four-wheels only) can claim the RFID stickers together with the license plates from their respective car dealers.

Caindec said that motor vehicles registered from July 2016 up to December 2018 can get their license plates from their dealers as stipulated under the memorandum of agreement with LTO-7 and the car dealers.

“By the end of this year, ang four wheels nga mga sakyanan dili makagawas gikan sa ilang gipalitan nga car dealer nga walay RFID sticker ug plaka. End of the days nga tawgon ta og Republika na Walang Plaka,” Caindec said.

Caindec added that the motor vehicle plates from January to May 2019 were already manufactured by their head office and these are expected to arrive at the regional office by the end of the third quarter.

Caindec also said that by the end of the year, 12 more licensing, registration, and extension offices will open in Central Visayas to bring the agency’s services to more of the public.

“We want the transacting public to experience comfort and convenience. Ang comfort nasulbad na nato. Ang atong gusto karon nga maduol ang LTO sa katawhan,” said Caindec.

In his 16 months as head of LTO in the region, Caindec has opened 17 licensing, registration, and extension offices with the extensive support from the private sector, local government units, and House representatives. ­­—  BRP (FREEMAN)

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