At the moment, LTO already has a system that allows you to text LTO to check plate number. All you need to do is using your cellphone to key in: LTOVEHICLE[plate number of your car] and then, send to 2600. After that, wait for around 5 – 10 minutes till you receive the auto-generated reply.
How can I check my LTO plate number online?
How to Check LTO Plate Number
- Go to LTO Online services.
- Choose motor vehicle 7-character plate backlog inquiry. This will direct you to check the availability status of your motor vehicle license plate.
- Enter 15 digits of MV File Number (e.g. 130100000000001)
How do I look up a license plate LTO?
Just below the homepage, you will find LTO Online Services which includes the option Motor Vehicle 7 Character Plate Backlog inquiry. Enter your 15 digit MV file number (e.g. 130100000000001) from your OR/CR and click search. The system will instantly show a message that indicates the status of your plate number.
How can I check a plate number?
One way to check your LTO plate number availability is to text LTOVEHICLE<space>plate number of your car and send it to 2600. You can also head to the Motor Vehicle 7-Character Plate Backlog Inquiry page (lto.net.ph) and enter your MV file number or also known as Motor Vehicle number.
How do I check an MV plate number?
Simply go to the LTO Online Web Portal (https://www.lto.net.ph/) and select “motor vehicle plate background inquiry” when you scroll down. This will take you to a form where you have to key in your motor vehicle (MV) file number and hit the search button.
How much is the fine for expired registration in the Philippines?
Penalties due to expired or late car registration can range from Php 2,000 to a whopping Php 10,000 with a possibility of getting your car impounded.