LTO-9’s DLRC takes P300,150 in January PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 February 2016 10:59


The Land Transportation Office-9’s Driver License Renewal Center at  Yubengco Mall in Putik P300,150.83  in revenues only for the month of January.

LTO- 9 DLRC Officer-in-Charge Hafsa A. Taha- Aspi said that her office will earn more if it was not shutdown for five days  due to electric disconnection from the Zamboanga Electric Cooperative.

Taha- Aspi reminded the public that her office is purely for renewal of driver license and does not accept application for student permit.

She urged those wanting to renew their driver license to go directly to the window of DLRC but not from the people outside the door of her office.

“Sa mga mag renew ng licensia po nila, dumiresto po sila sa window ng DLRC para ma evaluate ang papers nila bago ang mag pa medical,”,Taha- Aspi said in tagalog.

Meanwhile, LTO 9 Regional Law Enforcement Chief Allan Macabangkit disclosed that his office collected P656,405 in revenues for the month of January, mostly from violators of the Traffic Code and other pertinent laws.

Macabangkit said his men imposed fines and penalties on two trycicles recently for fare overcharging  and refusing to take passengers. The two tricycles were caught on actual situation by LTO law enforcers.

Macabangkit advised drivers to check all their motorvehicle accessories, side mirrors, headlights and other important items because fines and penalties are stiff. — Allen Abastillas