LTO chief Edgar Galvante said that part of their strategy is to enhance the agency’s Information Technology (IT) system. This, he said, will improve services, promote transparency, prevent corruption and allow drivers and car owners to transact in comfort and convenience.“
It is being done abroad, why not here?” LTO Assec Galvante said. The LTO head explained that the idea has been around for some time now. He added that the agency is now working to turn this idea into a reality.“
We are gearing towards online registration of driver’s license application and car registration. We need a credible IT to be able to enforce that,” LTO Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante emphasized.
The LTO chief added that the five-year license with 5 years validity will be available by the end of the year.
Transport Secretary Arthur P. Tugade has expressed his support for online driver’s license application.
Speaking before transport cooperative delegates and government officials at the 3rd National Congress for the Transport Cooperative Sector last Saturday, June 3, 2017, the Transport Secretary said that the Department is considering online driver’s license applications.“
Pinag-aaralan namin na sa hinaharap, kung wala kang violation, online na lang ang application ng lisensya.”
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