THE LAND Transportation Office (LTO XI) will intensify its “no registration, no travel” crackdown on unregistered vehicles and motorcycles in Davao Region.
Speaking on Wednesday’s AFP-PNP press briefing at The Royal Mandaya Hotel, LTO XI director Neil M. Cañedo said that based on the 2023 data, there were 1.3 million unregistered vehicles in the region, mostly motorcycles.
Davao del Norte has the highest number of unregistered vehicles followed by Davao City.
Last year, the LTO XI collected P1.250 billion in revenues from licensing, registration, apprehensions, and others in the Davao Region.
Moreover, the agency has deployed the “LTO on Wheels” to bring services closer to the public and urge owners to register their vehicles.
Aside from going after unregistered vehicles, the LTO XI will also strengthen its operation against colorum vehicles.
From Jan. 3 to 19, 2024, the LTO XI arrested 51 colorum vehicles consisting of vans, pick-ups, tricycles, and motorcycles.
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