For those looking for car registration schedule in the philippines, these information i offered to you particularly if it's the first time you're going to register one at the LTO (whether LTO Head Office, LTO Makati, LTO Quezon City or any LTO office)
UPDATED January 2016
Vehicle registration schedules in the Philippines depends on the last two digits of the vehicle plate numbers.
the last digit identifies the month i.e.
the second to the last digit points to the week where you need to have it renewed at the Land Transportation Office:
1, 2, 3: first week of the month
4, 5, 6: second week week of the month
7, 8: third week week of the month
9, 0: fourth week week of the month
For example, if your plate number is ABC123, take the last two digits of your plate number to know you vehicle registration schedule. In this case, you need to renew your vehicle register in the first week of March (3 is for march, 2 is for the first week)
Late registrations fees apply even for just a day of delay and depends on the length of delay e.g. PhP200.00 for a week, PhP1000.00 after a month
Car registration requirements:
Xerox copy of OR and CR would be enough. And TPL insurance, you can get it from offices near or inside the LTO office itself, or you can bring your own. 400-600 usually. Plus emission test results from an accredited testing center. There should be one nearby. 300 bucks. And the right amount of money for the reg fee for your vehicle. Tip for the stencil boy too.
LTO Vehicle Registration Fees/Charges:
Registration fee depends on the year model of vehicle
Computer fee: PhP132.00
Third Party Liability:
If you intend to register your vehicle at another LTO branch where it's not registered before, there's a charge of PhP100.00
Note: There are LTO renewal services being offered by some individuals that require no appearance of your car at the LTO but I have no direct experience with them so I can't qualify them as fixers or scams so beware.
The Land Transportation Office is located on East Avenue in Quezon City. To get to LTO from Makati, it's just a straight drive on EDSA going to Quezon City and turn right on East Avenue after passing Cubao. For commuters, the nearest MRT station is GMA-kamuning while Fairview-bound buses pass by the area.
LTO Drivers License Renewal
How Apply for Replacement LTO Drivers License
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