LTO Lipa District Office can now serve 600-800 clients per day

Lipa City residents and motorists from nearby towns in Batangas now have access to more convenient licensing and motor vehicle transactions courtesy of a bigger and better LTO Lipa District Office.

Located in Brgy. Marawoy, Lipa City, Batangas, the new three-storey building features improved facilities such as an organized records section, digitized system for licensing concerns, and a fully air-conditioned waiting area.

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Furthermore, there's also a bigger examination room and an expanded test driving area to handle larger crowds of new license applicants.

According to the Department of Transportation (DOTr), the LTO Lipa District Office has the capacity to serve around 600 to 800 clients per day, and could serve not just the people of Lipa, but also residents coming from Malvar, Balete, Sto. Tomas, San Jose, Cuenca, and other nearby towns.

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LTO Assistant Secretary Edgar Galvante and Sen. Ralph Recto were present during the inauguration of the new LTO Lipa District Office together with LTO Regional Director Noreen San Luis-Lutey, LTO Assistant Regional Director April Casabuena, LTO Lipa District Office Chief Joseph Orense, and DPWH District Engineer Rody Angulo.

We're not exactly saying you should get caught speeding on SLEX extension and STAR tollway, but if you do get caught, at least the new LTO Lipa District Office would make your license claim less of a hassle.