LTO sets up mobile office in Naga City
Mitchelle L. Palaubsanon (The Freeman) - October 18, 2020 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines —  The Land Transportation Office (LTO)-7 has officially launched its “Serbisyong Malasakit On Wheels” that aims to bring its services closer to the people.

LTO-7 has partnered with the Naga City government to start the roll-out of the upgraded ‘LTO 7 On Wheels’ where a one-stop-shop of the agency’s services will now be available to more people, especially in the far-flung areas that do not have their own LTO office.

The agency has started the three-day mobile Driver’s Education Center (DEC) last October 14 where 40 Nagahanons availed of an affordable driver’s education for them to get a student permit.

LTO-7 Regional Director Victor Emmanuel Caindec, in a statement, said the nominees of the LGU that were chosen based on their economic status will be given the chance to enroll under the mobile DEC.

After the three-day training, graduates would be able to get their student permit through LTO-7’s mobile bus.

A 15-hour Theoretical Driving Course will be given for each batch as LTO-7 partners with local government units for the possible venue of the training of the applicants.

The mobile LTO also caters to issuance of student permits, renewal of driver’s license, renewal of motor vehicle registration, and printing of driver’s license card.

LTO-7 is likewise negotiating with other LGUs so that its mobile bus and its services will be available to them soon.

“This is very timely also since we just launched our DEC, more people can now avail of this training course especially for those who aim in getting a student permit,” Caindec added.

He also encouraged LGUs to partner with them so that the LTO-7 Serbisyong Malasakit On Wheels will be offered to their place. — GAN (FREEMAN)

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