KCC offers LTO-9 space for licensing PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 December 2015 15:20

by allen abastillas

 

Land Transportation Office-9 Director Aminola P. Abaton disclosed yesterday that the offer of KCC Mall for LTO-9 to have a licensing center at the new mall will help decongest the LTO offices where applicants dor driver licenses, renewal and applicants of motorvehicle registration.

Abaton said the offer comes with many advantages for the LTO9 clients and mall management because once there is a LTO-9 licensing center in the mall. LTO 9 clients while waiting for their papers to be processed, will have time to go shopping with their family, go see a movie and eat in the different restaurants inside the mall.

“ We will study their offer because once LTO-9 will have a space, we will source out funds to run the office,” Abaton said.

“In 2014 more than 60,000 clients applied at LTO-9 and every year it will increase. If these clients shop at the mall while their papers are under process, they can buy many things while inside the mall,” Abaton said.

Meanwhile, Hafsa Taha- Aspi, head of the Driver License Renewal Center based in Yubengco  thanked Abaton for providing logistic and operational  funds, equipment and supplies for her office which help maintain quality time management and efficient service to LTO9 office.

“ Na maintain naming ang quality service to LTO9 clients because of the efforts, initiatives and support of Director Abaton sa office po naming,” Taha- Aspi said.

In another development, Law Enforcers Chief Allan Macabangkit reported to Abaton that his office has collected P9,106,805. from January to November 2015,  while last year 2014 collection was only P 4,515,282.

Top ten violation of motorvehicle drivers in the city are, not wearing helmet and seatbelt, obstruction, No OR/ CR,  driving in slippers/ sleeveless/ reckless driving, student driver/ IMP/ DEF horn/ failure to carry license and driving without license. —  Allen Abastillas