Knowing that probably, the LTO is the most corrupt and full of red tape government agency in the Philippines up to this time and year, the only way to combat it is to know what to do and where to go for a service. That being our vision here, today, I would like to make emphasis on new student permit application fees in 2014 so new comers will know outright how much to pay when applying for this ID which allows anybody looking forward to learn how to drive and acquire or apply for a non-pro or professional driver’s license later on. (full photo credits to josiet.com)
For student drivers who wish to know the exact and the only fees you should pay to any branch of the Land Transportation Office, below is the complete breakdown. Please note that other than these fees, there will and should be no additional fees to collect in applying for the student permit from this year onwards unless otherwise specified or updated. For any changes, we will inform all parties concerned in due time. For updates to this, please subscribe to our feeds of visit our official Facebook Page.
Application Fee – Php 100.00
Computer Fee – Php 67.63
Student Permit Fee – Php150.00
TOTAL = Php 317.63
You can download the application form here – LTO Driver’s License and Conductor Student Permit Application Form
How to Apply for LTO Student Permit (Our Own Simple Procedures)
- To help make your application an easy and stress-free one, please download the application form above in the blue underlined link.
- Completely fill up the form
- Search for the nearest LTO branch in your area. We have a list of the branches here in no particular order.
- Find the office location address, hotline telephone number and contact person or OIC of the branch.
- Call first before coming over to ask for a separate direction from Google Maps so you know how to get there. Ask the customer service for documents and requirements to bring. If you can’t find one, please click here. Don’t forget to bring a ballpen.
- Secure first all requirements and prepare the fees to pay as listed above. Be sure to bring extra money for your meal and transportation.
- Report to the branch in your area.
- Never talk to anybody approaching you in the middle of the street. Chances are, they are fixers. Go straight inside the office and look for the information desk or better yet, ask the security guard for direction on where to go first.
- Be aware that all LTO offices have a posted procedure of application posted somewhere in the walls of the office. It may be found outside where there are chairs for waiting area of applicants or inside where you can find the different windows for taking pictures, cashier or releasing. If you don’t find one, ask the guard or customer service information center. Again, all government offices have an information desk so don’t approach just anybody.
If you experience any abuse or fixers, report it or post it here so others may also know.