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LTO: No directive yet on two-year licenses

The extension of the annual renewal of vehicle licenses to two years is yet to be implemented by the Land Transportation Office-Bacolod within this year,  office chief Renato Novero said.

The scheme is being   implemented in the national Capital Region, but regional offices are yet to receive a directive on it, he said.

The license renewal has been extended to two years, and the fees will also increase reflecting its  duration   as well as the insurance coverage, he said.

The three years of free registration for new vehicles will also extended to five years, Novero said, adding that these plans are  aimed to reduce the hassle during the renewal of vehicle licenses.*KBC

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