- Age requirements: At least 17 years old.
- Wear a casual outfit but no sandos, shorts, and slippers.
How to Get an LTO Non-Professional License in 2021
- Prepare your Practical Driving Certificate from an accredited LTO driving school and the Student Permit that’s one month old + 1 day.
- Get a Medical Certificate (Php 500) from an accredited LTO Clinic.
- Fill out the Application for Driver’s License form.
- Pay Php 167.63 for the Application Fee and Comp Fee (idk what a compfee is).
- Take your examination inside the examination area. Take note that you can always ask for a version of your exam: English or Tagalog. If the proctor will hand you a Tagalog version, and you’d like an English version, ask for it, vice versa.
- Wait for your name to be called for the written exam results. They will also inform you regarding your practical exam time.
- Take your practical exam. Wear shoes. Be calm.
- Pay Php 652.63 (License fee and Comp Fee) for your ID.
- The LTO officer will take your mugshot, encode your details.
- Your LTO ID is done in 5 just 5 minutes. Always remember to KEEP THE RECEIPTS TOGETHER WITH YOUR ID.
- Student Theoretical Driving Course (TDC) with BMB88 – Php 2000
- Medical Certificate from an accredited clinic – Php 500
- Student Permit + IT Fee (IT FEEEEE) – Php 317.63
- Practical Driving Course for Manual Transmission with Imperial Driving (8 hours/2 hours per day)- Php 4000
- Medical certificate for non-professional’s license – 500
- Nonprofessional’s license application and license fee – Php 819.99
- Total expenses: Php 8137.62Non pr
- Disclaimer: Driving school fees and clinic fees differ in every location.
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