LTO-9-DLRC’s revenue take is high if there are no blackouts PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 December 2014 13:37

Hafsa A. Taha-Aspi, officer-in-charge of the the Land Transportation Office-9’s Driver License Renewal Center (DLRC) at Yubengco Mall, disclosed yesterday that the delivery of services to LTO clientele in her office is fast when electricity is uninterrupted.

Taha-Aspi said her office earns some P43,000 in revenue daily Monday to Friday, but if power is not stable, daily revenue collection goes down to P21,000.

LTO-9–DLRC operations is purely for the renewal of motorvehicle registrations and renewal of licenses.

According to Taha-Aspi, if there are new applicants for motorvehicle registrations and licenses, she will endorse them to the LTO regional office in Sta. Barbara.

Taha-Aspi wishes to inform the public that as of the moment they cannot print the driver license cards because  the machine is not working yet.

She said she was told by LTO regional office that a new machine will be coming next year. — Allen Abastillas