Thursday, November 17, 2016

Philippines | How to Apply for Student Driver's License

I went to LTO Marikina to apply for Student's License last July.

All I had to bring was my birth certificate (Original and 1 Photocopy).

First thing I was told was to take a medical checkup.  I just had to go downstairs where it is located and had my vision checked.  They will just make you read some letters from a distance with one eye.  Your height and weight will also be recorded.  And then you just have to pay Php 200 for it.

Then next, I went to the LTO office to get an application form.  They checked first my birth certificate and the medical result, then they handed me the form with an attached number.

I was so busy filling that up that I didn't notice my number was already called.

When I came back to hand over my form, I was told to give it to Window 2.  There I had to wait for minutes for my name to be called.

After my name was called, I was told to proceed to Window 1 for picture-taking.  Then I had to wait again for my name to be called in Window 8.

There, they gave back my papers to pay for the amount stated.  It amounted to Php 318.
I paid on the same window and had to wait again for the return of my papers together with the receipt.

After I got my papers and receipt, I was told to go to Window 1 and there they took my papers and handed me my Temporary License (which looks like a receipt).

I was told to just follow up for the I.D. in the future.

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