Asec. Vigor Mendoza wants to fix issues in LTO as soon as possible

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has been marred with many issues, especially during the last three presidential administrations. In fact, in just a year of President Bong Bong Marcos’ term, the LTO had two chiefs and one officer-in-charge taking the top agency seat.

New LTO chief: “Let’s not wait 5 years” image

Now, the newly-appointed LTO chief, Atty. Vigor Mendoza II, vows that the agency will not waste time and will do its job to deliver efficient services to the motoring public.

“Let’s not wait 5 years, ang aking laging iniisip kung magagwa natin bukas bakit pa natin hihintayin ang next week. Gawin na natin ang magagwa natin ngayon,” said Mendoza during the turnover ceremony at LTO’s headquarters yesterday, July 25, 2023

(Let’s not wait 5 years, if we can do it tomorrow, why wait for next week? Let us do what we can do today,)

Mendoza also stressed that action must be done as soon as possible, especially since the agency is still facing a lot of issues, particularly with the supply of license plates and driver’s license plastic cards. Then there’s still the issue of red tape and corruption in many of its offices.

“Let’s not waste time sa rami ng kailangang gawin at sa rami ng kailangan nating maayos. Sana maayos natin sa lalong madaling panahon and then in the next 5 years dahan dahan na lang tayo,” Asec. Mendoza added.

(Let’s not waste time because there’s a lot that needs to be done and there’s a lot that needs fixing. We hope to fix these things as soon as possible then we’ll take it easy in the next 5 years.)