'No Registration, No Travel' rule's strict enforcement back in 2024

LTO: ‘No Registration, No Travel’ rule’s strict enforcement back in 2024

/ 02:53 PM December 29, 2023

LTO: 'No Registration, No Travel' rule's strict enforcement back in 2024

MANILA, Philippines – Land Transportation Office  (LTO) on Friday reminded motorists that strict implementation of the ‘No Registration, No Travel’ policy will resume in 2024.

In a statement, LTO said that after the holiday festivities, it will continue the enforcement of the policy.


This rule imposes a P10,000 fine for motorists on the road with unregistered vehicles.


“Starting next week, we will be reviving our strict ‘No Registration, No Travel’ campaign across the country, so offenders would no longer be let off with a warning,” said LTO chief Vigor Mendoza II in Filipino and English.

Mendoza likewise warned LTO will be more aggressive in the campaign next year.

“As such, I would like to appeal to our delinquent motor vehicle owners to find time to renew the registration of their respective motor vehicles to avoid paying hefty fines,” he said.

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In early December, LTO relaxed the implementation of the ‘No Registration, No Travel’ policy in the “spirit of the Yuletide season.”

The announcement, however, was met with mixed reactions as many Filipinos argued that strict adherence to the guideline should be carried out year-round.

In November, LTO data revealed some 24.7 million or 65 percent of motor vehicles across the country are still unregistered.


Mendoza said LTO is taking steps to make the renewal of motor vehicle registration “fast and comfortable.”

“This is the reason why I ordered the creation of special or fast lanes for delinquent motor vehicle registration in all our offices nationwide,” he noted.

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