LTO opens office in Balamban
Mitchelle L. Palaubsanon (The Freeman) - February 16, 2020 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines —   The Land Transportation Office (LTO)-7 has inaugurated its 6th district and extension office in the town of Balamban the other day, with Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia, Representative Pablo John Garcia and some town officials attending the event.

LTO-7 Regional Director Victor Caindec said that the opening of their district and extension office in Balamban means that those coming from the Western side of Cebu who wish to avail of their service need not go as far as Carcar City or in Cebu City.

Services that can be availed of includes driver’s license, renewal of driver’s license, student permit, among others.

Caindec said the opening of these extension offices aims to bring LTO services closer to the people and for them to avoid the hassles, to save time and money in going to the city.

“Ang pag-open nato sa Balamban kay dako na kaayo ning ikatabang sa publiko.  Mas duol naman  sa ilaha ang maong opisina,” Caindec said.

Meanwhile, Caindec has urged vehicle owners whose cars were registered between January 2015 and December of 2016 to get their  motor vehicle plates, as LTO-7 is now on its fourth day of its plate distribution at SM Seaside City.

The agency has been distributing the four wheel motor vehicle plates since February 13.  This will run until February 19. The LTO office will open from 10 a.m.  and will close at 7 p.m.

The LTO, however, does not have the plate series GEB 2999 to GEB 9895 and GEC1220 to GEC 2000.

Replacement plates, motorcycle and special plates are still unavailable.  GAN (FREEMAN)

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