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Clark ‘LTO on wheels’ launched

This also aims to provide convenience to all employees, residents, locators, especially the Indigenous People in this Freeport who want to acquire their license and avail services from LTO.

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CLARK FREEPORT — The regional office of Land Transportation Office (LTO) in partnership with the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) conducted a five-day caravan dubbed as “LTO on wheels” to make their services more accessible to locators, workers, residents, including the Aeta community near this Freeport.

The activity held at the CDC-Public Safety Division (PSD) Pavilion kicked off on 2 August and will end on 6 August.

Some of the services offered at the caravan include securing of student permit, securing and renewal of driver’s license, and processing of certificate of registration for motor vehicles or motorcycles.

According to CDC-PSD, this partnership with the LTO in the region, headed by regional director Eduardo De Guzman, is part of their Traffic Management program.

This also aims to provide convenience to all employees, residents, locators, especially the Indigenous People in this Freeport who want to acquire their license and avail services from LTO.

Meanwhile, CDC president and CEO Manuel Gaerlan expressed his gratitude to de Guzman who personally visited Tuesday the caravan and to the officials and employees of LTO in Central Luzon for bringing their services closer to the public and for creating a hassle-free experience through its “LTO on Wheels” program.

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