By Marisol Bo-oc | 04:22 PM May 13, 2023
The Land Transportation Office in Central Visayas (LTO-7) is set to hold a massive caravan of its services in Bohol upon the request of Gov. Erico Aris Aumentado to solve unregistered or colorum public utility vehicles.
The caravan of services would include the processing of driver’s license applications and renewals, vehicle registration, and the conduct of theoretical driving course, among others.
LTO-7 Director Victor Emmanuel Caindec, however, has yet to set the final date for their caravan of services in Bohol.
He, however, said preparations are now underway. He promised to make a formal announcement of the schedule soon in coordination with Governor Aumentado.
“Yes, I spoke to Governor Eric Aris Aumentado about our Theoretical Driving Course (TDC) and e-Patrol Program to be launched on a much larger scale across Bohol Province,” Caindec said in a press statement.
Aumentado also met this week with LTO-Tagbilaran head Yvonne Auza and Releasing Officer Rechie Prima to discuss the matter including the province’s campaign against unregistered or colorum public utility vehicles.
“We asked LTO to hold a caravan like registration, renewal of registration and driver’s licenses in various towns to help address concerns of the Boholanos in relation to services being offered by LTO,” Aumentado said.