LTO-9 DLRC collects P285k in February PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 March 2016 13:27

By ALLEN ABASTILLAS

 

The Land Transportation Office 9 Driver License Renewal Center at Yubengco Mall in Putik earned P 285,789.56  in revenues for the month of February.

DLRC Officer-in-Charge Hafsa Taha-Aspi said the revenues were supposed to be higher than the actual collection had it not because of frequent blackouts that cause network offline and intermittent system and Stradcom offline status for four days for the month of February.

Hafsa-Aspi’s office revenue collection was affected by the ongoing power outages.

On the otherhand, LTO9 Law Enforcement Division Chief Allan Macabangkit advises public utility vans and jeepneys to renew their franchise before they operate take the road as fines and penalties are stiff.

Macabangkit cited the case of colorum jeepney. When an owner operates a colorum jeepney, for first offense, fine —  P120,000; second offense — P200,000 and third offense — P1,000,000.

Macabangkit disclosed that his office will conduct joint random operations in the region together with the Land Transportation  Franchising Regulatory  Board anytime.

Meanwhile, LTO Zamboanga District Office’s Noel Noche advises motorvehicle owners to claim their stickers for motorcycles and four-wheel vehicles. — Allen Abastillas