New printers arrive in Pilar to address backlog in driver’s licenses
Processing of driver’s license in the municipality of Pilar in Bataan will now be as fast as 10 minutes, after new sets of computers and printers arrived in the local transportation office on Wednesday.
Before the new printers came, license processing usually takes 30 minutes to one and a half hours, depending on the results of verification made by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) Licensing Section of the municipality.
According to Carmelito Nacpil, chief of the LTO Licensing Section in Pilar, the new equipment can help the office process “more or less 100 licenses per day.”
The licensing office receives around 150 applications per day.
But Nacpil clarified that since the LTO office receives a big volume of applications every day, it will not be easy to clear their backlog in driver’s licenses.
He assured the public that they will work overtime—even without pay and on weekends—in order to meet their goal of zero-backlog on license processing.
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