LTO Violation Fee 2022: List of Traffic, Driving Offenses & the Penalties

LTO VIOLATION FEE 2022 – Below is a list of the traffic and driving offenses and their corresponding penalties.

Avoiding the traffic and driving violations is not only preventing monetary penalties but as well as accidents. These are set for the safety of everyone on the road including the drivers and the pedestrians.

LTO Penalty: Full List of Penalties / Fines over Driving Violations

Guide on LTO Penalty for Every Violation in Driving in PH

LTO PENALTY – Here is a full list of the penalties or fines set by the Land Transportation Office over violations in driving in the Philippines.

In the Philippines, before you should drive, you must make sure that your vehicle is registered at the Land Transportation Office. More commonly called LTO, it is the government agency in the country that is in charge not only in the registration of the vehicles but as well as the releasing of license to qualified drivers.

There is also a set of LTO penalty that licensed drivers must be aware of to prevent getting fined by the government agency. These are implemented to ensure safer roads in the country.

LTO Penalty
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  • Driving without License – P3,000
  • Submission of Fake Documents in Relation to Application for Driver’s License – P3,000
  • Not wearing seatbelt
    • First Offense – P1,000
    • Second Offense – P2,000
    • Third Offense – P5,000
  • Not wearing standard protective motorcycle helmet (driver and back rider)
    • First Offense – P1,500
    • Second Offense – P3,000
    • Third Offense – P5,000
  • Careless Driving (not using signal lights, not paying attention to road quality / visibility)
    • First Offense – P2,000
    • Second Offense – P3,000
    • Subsequent Conviction – P10,000
  • Driving a car with no proper and authorized devices, accessories, and parts – P5,000
  • Driving a car with an unauthorized or improperly attached motor vehicle license plate – P5,000
  • Smoke Belching
    • First Offense – P2,000
    • Second Offense – P4,000
    • Third Offense – P6,000
  • Driving without Valid Vehicle Registration – P10,000
  • Driving illegally modified car – P5,000
  • Running a right-hand car – P50,000
  • Illegal Parking – P1,000
  • Disobeying Traffic Lights – P1,000
  • Driving in Prohibited Roads – P1,000
  • Failure to darken headlamps – P1,000
  • Turning in roads it is not allowed – P1,000
  • Overtaking in roads it is not allowed – P1,000
  • Driving without Valid Vehicle Registration – P10,000
  • Driving illegally modified car – P5,000
  • Running a right-hand car – P50,000
  • Failure to carry driver’s license while driving – P1,000
  • Failure to yield right of away to ambulance, police, or fire department vehicles – P1,000

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