LTO-9’s revenue take from traffic violators drops PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 06 September 2016 11:46


Land Transportation Office-9 Regional Law Enforcement Division Chief Allan Macabangkit on Monday announced that the  revenue collection for  law enforcement against traffic violators from January to July this year reached only P 4,015,120, which is lower compared to the collection for the same period last year which is P5,739,265.

According to Macabangkit, the drop in the collection is a sign that people are now aware and following the traffic laws.

He said that the total revenue collection against traffic violators last year amounted to P9,608,185.

Macabangkit  was also assigned by LTO-9 Director Aminola P. Abaton as the concurrent Chief for the office of the New Registration Motorvehicle Unit taking the place of Olloy  Jalaluddin who is on leave.

Macabangkit said the registration of newly acquired motorvehicles can be registered with his office at Sta. Barbara.

Newly acquired motorvehicles can not register in the different district office in the region.

He explained that when a new motorvehicle is registered with LTO-9 at the Sta. Barbara Office, after one year period, the owner can renew it with any of the district offices in the region. — Allen Abastillas