Land Transportation Office - National Capital Region East (G/F LTO Main Office Bldg., East Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines)

NEW DRIVER’S LICENSE (NON-PROFESSIONAL)

NEW DRIVER’S LICENSE
(NON-PROFESSIONAL)

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Must be at least seventeen (17) years old. For foreigners, at least eighteen (18) years old.
  2. Must be able to read and write in Filipino and/or English
  3. Must be a holder of Student-Driver’s Permit valid for at least one (1) month from issuance
  4. Must have attended and passed the Practical Driving Course (PDC) from LTO accredited licensed driver, LTO Driver’s Education Center (DEC) or LTO accredited Driving School / LTO accredited TESDA Training Center
  5. Must be physically and mentally fit to operate a motor vehicle
  6. Must not have unsettled traffic violation
  7. Must have passed the Automated Theoretical Examination and Practical Driving Test

CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Duly accomplished Application for Permits and License (APL) Form
  2. Electronically transmitted medical certficate from LTO accredited medical clinic. Submission of one (1) photocopy and presentation of original medical certificate
  3. Presentation of original and submission of one (1) photocopy of Practical Driving Course (PDC)
  4. Valid Student-Driver’s Permit (Refer to validity of SP)
  5. Parental or guardian’s consent (with valid government I.D with photo and signature) if applicant is seventeen (17) years old.
  6.  Tax Identification Number (TIN), if employed

NOTE:

Government issued ID’s – Philippine Identification (PhilID) Card, Philippine passport, Social Security System (SSS) Card, UMID Card, PhilHealth ID, TIN Card, Postal ID, Voter’s ID, Barangay ID, Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) ID, Senior Citizen ID, OFW ID, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) ID, National Council of Disabled Affairs (NCDA) ID, Solo Parent ID,Voter’s Certification, Government Services and Insurance System (GSIS) e-Card, Seaman’s Book, Government Owned and/or Controlled Corporations (GOCC) ID, Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF) ID, Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Certification, Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) ID

VALIDITY:

A New Driver’s License shall be valid for five (5) years reckoned from the date of birth of the license, unless sooner revoked or suspended. A DL holder who has not committed any violation/s during the five (5) years period preceding its expiration shall be entitled to a renewal of such license valid for ten (10) years.

CLIENT STEPS

LICENSE TRANSACTION WITH EXAMINATION

  1.  Requests Application for Driver’s License (ADL) form and accomplishes the same
    1.1. Gets queue numbe
  2. Submits accomplished ADL and all the requirements with the attached queue number
  3. Proceeds to the Cashier for payment of fees
    Note: For Additional Restriction Code (RC1) and Change Classification expired PDL to NPDL, proceed to step 5
  4. Takes written examination
    IF FAILED
    4.1. Receives the computer generated letter May come back the following day at their convenience
    End of transaction
    IF PASSED
    Note: For Conductor’s License and Change Classification of Valid NPDL to PDL of the same restriction code, proceed to Step 6
  5. Proceeds to actual driving test
    5.1. Takes the actual driving test
    IF FAILED
    End of transaction
    IF PASSED
  6. Proceeds to the cashier for payment of fees
  7. Proceeds to the encoding / biometric window and accomplishes form for encoding of complete details in the new LTO-IT system
  8. Receives OR and the DL Card
    8.1 Signs in the log sheet

OFFICE OR DIVISION

  1. Licensing Centers
  2.  Authorized District Offices / Extension Offices

 

Source: www.lto.gov.ph