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LTO releases first batch of license plates in Cordillera
by PIA release

Land Transportation Office Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante released 600 vehicle license plates for the Cordillera for applications filed between July to December 2016 at the Department of Transportation regional office last week.

“The regional office will distribute the license plates by batch in order to avoid long queues. I know these car plates are long overdue but we are doing our best to cope with the huge backlog,” Galvante said.

“The LTO will notify the vehicle owners on the dates they may claim their plates. We ask our clients to wait for their notification so they do not waste their time going to their LTO branch only to be disappointed,” he added.

Galvante explained that for those who registered their vehicles or applied for the new-plate change before July 1, 2016, LTO is awaiting the Commission on Audit’s resolution on the disallowance.

The delivery of license plates to vehicle owners was put on hold after legal issues were allegedly found with the procurement process under the previous administration.

LTO announced last month that it has started to ship license plates for vehicles registered during the period and such are to be released simultaneously nationwide by first week of July.

LTO central office released a total of 231,332 plates to the LTO district offices and authorized dealers.

Galvante said the license plates are enough to cover the requirements from July to December 2016.

The release of the license plates was stalled after the COA ruled that the contract with Filipino-Dutch consortium J. Knieriem B.V. Goes and Power Plates Development Concept Inc. did not follow procedures prescribed under Republic Act 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act.


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