The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has extended the validity of vehicle registrations with plate numbers ending in “0”, specifically, for regions that were hit by the recent super typhoon Odette.

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For those registered in LTO regions 4B, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, and CARAGA, your vehicle’s registration validity is extended up to January 31, 2022. Earlier, the LTO has extended registration validity for vehicles with plate numbers ending in “0” up to December 31, 2021. All other regions will still follow the December 31, 2021 extension.

My motorcycle has no plate number yet, what should I follow?

According to the LTO, if your motorcycle has not been issued a number plate as of yet, just follow the month indicated on the Official Receipt (OR) as your motorcycle’s registration month.

For example, if your motorcycle was registered by the dealer in October, then that means you should renew your motorcycle’s registration every October until a new plate number (license plate) is issued by the agency.