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LTO Further Extends Registration Deadline for Plates Ending in 5, 6, and 7

by Jal Cutaran  August 31, 2021

If your vehicle is due for registration then this is some good news for you:  Land Transportation Office (LTO) has once again extended the registration deadline of cars with plates ending in 5, 6, and 7. Yes, this is for the second time, although this announcement didn’t come as a surprise.

LTO Further Extends Registration Deadline for Plates Ending in 5, 6, and 7 Again

On their official Facebook page, LTO announced that cars with plates ending in 5 and 6 will have an extended registration validity until September 30, 2021. Meanwhile, for those with plates ending in 7, registration will remain valid until October 31, 2021. The agency is just reminding the public once again to follow strict safety protocols when heading to any LTO office.

LTO did not specify the reason on the said Facebook post. Last time, they said “Nalulugod naming ipinapaalam na extended sa buong bansa ang bisa ng rehistro ng me (LTO) rega sasakyan na may plakang nagtatapos sa ‘6’ at ‘7’ at hindi na dapat kolektahan ng surcharge at penalty. Alinsunod sa striktong pag-comply sa health protocols at social distancing, siguraduhing sumunod sa weekly schedule batay sa panggitnang numero ng inyong plaka.”

Therefore, it is safe to assume that they are extending it once again due to the recent implementation of the enhanced community quarantine in many parts of the country, including Metro Manila.

Take note that the registration validity of vehicles with plates ending in 8 and 9 have also been extended until the end of October and November, respectively. 

With the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and our situation here in the country, it is likely that the LTO will continue to extend the registration deadline to stick to the health protocols and social distancing guidelines mandated by the Government and the Department of Health (DOH).  Just do not forget to follow safety protocols if you do decide to go out and fix your LTO registrations.

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    Even license renewal there must be an extension, in my case as frontliner, l will be on lock down duty for 21 days and this will include my birthday, hence l cannot renew it on time

    Nabangit din sir

    “Take note that the registration validity of vehicles with plates ending in 8 and 9 have also been extended until the end of October and November, respectively.”

    pls clarify in your announcement the coverage of this extension, whether it covers only certain areas (accdng to their quarantine classification, ecq, mecq, etc) or it covers the whole country.

    Sir I have now my OR receipt dated 04/06/2019 and CR dated
    04/08/2019 issued by LTO Cebu
    but no plate number for my Montero GLS written on both OR and CR.Plate number was not delivered up to now at Mitsubishi South in Cebu from Manila as followed up.My car has a conduction sticker B4-B925 on the front bumper,back
    and windshield .when will I register my vehicle Sir? Will I register my car next year May of 2022 ? By the way my car is brandnew and frequent follow ups no Plates are available until now. Please help me in this regard Sir.

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