THE Land Transportation Office Central Visayas’ (LTO 7) Drive-Thru Vehicle Renewal facility located at MVIC Compound in Subangdaku, Mandaue City, will temporarily suspend its operations for the calibration of its system’s processes to accommodate the increasing number of clients.
In an advisory posted on its official Facebook page on Friday, Sept. 4, 2020, the LTO 7 said the receiving of transactions will only be until 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 5. Further announcements will be made on the resumption of its operations.
Victor Emmanuel Caindec, LTO 7 director, in an earlier interview, said the MVIC drive-through facility for the vehicle registration renewal started operating on July 6, the same month that the Mandaue City Council passed a resolution allowing the drive-through system in the city.
As of Sept. 3, the drive-through service had served a total of 5,075 clients, while the average transactions per day has reached 150.
Caindec said a vehicle will need only 45 to 50 minutes of processing. The system is applicable only to the renewal of vehicle registration and not for new vehicle registrations.
Vehicle owners should bring a clear copy of their certificate of registration and official receipt, insurance certificate of cover, emission test result and stencils of chassis number and engine number.
The MVIC drive-through facility in Mandaue City regularly operates from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. / WBS