How to get a Student License Permit in the Philippines
1. Must be at least sixteen (16) years old.
2. Must be physically and mentally fit to operate a motor vehicle.
3. Must be able to read and write the local dialect, Filipino or English
1. Original and photocopy of birth certificate. You can use your NSO. In the absence thereof, any of the following:
- a. Joint Affidavit of two (2) disinterested persons who know the applicant and who can attest to his/her age and identiy accompanied by non-availability of record from NSO or the local civil registry office.
- b. Any legal document to prove his/her age and identity such as GSIS, SSS, passport, or any government issued documents.
2. For applicants below 18 years old, parent’s or guardian’s written consent with photocopy of ID card to prove his identity.
3. Taxpayer’s Identification Number (TIN), If EMPLOYED.
4. Dully accomplished Application for Driver’s License (ADL) form.
Venue: Any Licensing Center or District Office
Student Permit (SP) Fee Php. 150
Computer Fee 67.83
TOTAL Php 317.63
First, you need to go the LTO office as early as possible. It doesn’t take so long to process a Student License and you don’t need to talk to any fixers. Go to the 1st window and show your requirement(s). After verifying your valid I.D. the personnel will give you an application form. Fill them out.
After filling out the application form, return it to the next window and wait for your name to be called in the Cashier. After payment, sit down to the waiting area and wait for your name to be called for Image Capturing and electronic signature. Stand by again and wait for the releasing.
Then, after waiting for 10 minutes to 1 hour (depends on what time you arrived in LTO), they will release your Student License.
Sample of Student License Permit:
Correction: I'm not 167cm. I'm 149.86cm and 46 kg. >.<
Note: I already have my non-pro license, so i’ll be making a blog on how to get your pro/non-pro drivers license including the LTO Examination Reviewer