LTO Bontoc Office Location and Contact Information

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) in Bontoc refers to the lone LTO office based in Bontoc, Mountain Province: the LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO). Like the other LTO branches in the Philippines, the LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO) was also created so the agency can offer fast, convenient, accessible, and affordable LTO services to the people. With the LTO office in Bontoc, Mountain Province, the agency can better monitor and regulate the local and visiting drivers, car owners, and operators, as well as the vehicle use on public roads and the entire land transport service in Mountain Province and its geographical area of responsibility (GAOR). The LTO, through this branch office in the Municipality of Bontoc, also maintains its presence as a regulatory force in the local land transport sector and ensures that its core programs and services reach the people—both drivers, operators, and pedestrians—whom they want to keep safe.  

With an LTO office in Bontoc, the capital of the province of Mountain Province and historical capital of the Cordillera Region well-known for its metal and make spear blades with double-piston bellows and other crafts like baskets, pottery, beeswax, fermented sugar cane juice, and breechcloths. It also has a unique healing ceremony that does not include singing or dancing. This small, sleepy town of boasts cultural attractions in the form of the UNESCO tentatively-listed Alab petroglyphs and the Bontoc Museum—a place which showcases original artifacts and relics from the Igorot tribes, old maps and replicas of a traditional homestead, making it an attractive tourist destination less popular than its neighbors, Banaue and Sagada, but an ideal home of local government offices in these parts.

lto Bontoc office location and contact number

What is LTO Bontoc

LTO Bontoc refers to the lone LTO office stationed in Bontoc, Mountain Province: the LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO). This branch office is the frontline agency of the LTO Central Office in these parts. As such, it is tasked with offering the various LTO programs and services within the reach of the local transacting public in the Municipality of Bontoc. It is through this office that the LTO connects with the people by bringing closer its core programs and services as an agency. Consequently, the presence of this branch office makes the standard LTO services more accessible to the local residents who need them, particularly those who work behind the wheels and in the land transport sector.

LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO)

As the one and only LTO branch office in Bontoc, the LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO) serves as the go-to office for both local and visiting drivers, car owners, and operators when filing for required documentations with the LTO. These are typically necessary for their compliance with the LTO rules and requirements. Through this branch office in Bontoc, more affordable and better LTO services are made available, and the activities and campaigns of the Secretariat os closer, in an effort to keep the people safe on the road without having them spend so much time and money to do so.

List of Services Offered by LTO Mt. Province DO

All LTO services are offered for the same purpose: To maintain the safety of the public roads, help the people meet the LTO requirements, and consequently, allow them to prove that they are, indeed, roadworthy and responsible as drivers of land transport vehicles, so they deserve to be allowed on the roads. 

To learn more about what services you can get from the different LTO agencies, including the LTO Mt. Province DO, here’s a list of the most commonly availed LTO services nationwide:

  • License and Permit
    • Student Permit
    • New Driver’s License (Non-Professional)
    • Conductor’s License
    • Plain or Advance Renewal of Driver’s/Conductor’s License and Renewal of Driver’s License of Filipino Living Abroad
    • Miscellaneous License Transactions
    • Renewal of Driver’s / Conductor’s License with Examination [Expired for more than two (2) years] and/or with ten (10) or more but less than forty (40) Demerit Points
    • Change Classification from Non-Professional Driver’s License (NPDL)  Code to Professional Driver’s License Code with Same Driver’s License (PDL) Code
    • Additional Driver’s License Code/s
    • Conversion of Foreign Driver’s License to Philippine Driver’s License Including Renewal of Expired Philippine Driver’s License with a Valid Foreign Driver’s License
    • Change Classification from Professional Driver’s License (PDL) Code to Non-Professional Driver’s License Code (NPDL), Dropping of DL Code and Change Clutch Type
    • Request for System Updates (RSU) for Double License
    • Request for System Update (RSU) for License and Customer Details/Misrepresentation of Age/Identity
    • Accreditation of Medical Clinics – New
    • Accreditation of Medical Clinics – Renewal
    • Registration of Physicians – New
    • Registration of Physicians – Renewal
    • Accreditation of Driving School / Driving Enhancement Program Training Center – New
    • Accreditation of Driving School / Driving Enhancement Program Training Center – Renewal
    • Accreditation of Driving Instructor – New
    • Accreditation of Driving Instructor – Renewal
    • Examination for Driving School Instructors
    • Driving Enhancement Program (DEP)
  • Vehicle Registration
    • Initial Registration of Motor Vehicle (MV)
    • Renewal of Motor Vehicle (MV) Registration
    • Storage of Motor Vehicle
    • Miscellaneous Transactions
    • Re-Stamping of Engine/Chassis Number
    • Request for Motor Vehicle Verification
    • Motor Vehicle Inspection
  • Miscellaneous Transactions
    • Duplicate OR/CR
    • Duplicate Plate
    • Transfer of Ownership
    • Annotation & Cancellation of Mortgage
    • Revision of Records
    • Duplicate License (for Lost Licenses)
  • Insurance
  • Proper Driver Education
  • Law Enforcement
    • Settlement of Admitted Apprehension
    • Adjudication of Contested Apprehension
    • Encoding of Alarm
    • Filing of Complaint and Lifting of Alarm
    • Lifting of Alarm (Traffic Adjudication Service)
    • Certification of No Pending Apprehension and Alarm
  • Collection of fees from law enforcement violations
  • Drug testing
  • Emission testing
  • Inventory of Plates
  • Issuance of Vanity License Plates
  • Issuance of Special Plates
  • The use of self-service kiosks 
  • Process Application for New Driver’s License (DL) via the Automated Driver’s License Examination System (ADLES) Facility 

Note: Since some LTO branches are not well equipped enough to offer certain LTO services, it’s best to register for a Land Transport Management System (LTMS) portal account and check with your preferred LTO branch office first, be it the LTO Mt. Province DO or otherwise, in order to confirm that the service you need is available there before visiting the LTO branch.

How to Contact LTO Bontoc

Reaching out to LTO Bontoc means either making a call via the phone, sending an email, or sending a message via their official social media account. It can also be done either by visiting the LTO Mt. Province DO directly or its supervising office, the LTO Region 14 (Cordillera Administrative Region — CAR) regional office. 

To reach out to the LTO Region 14 (CAR) regional office, please check the following contact information:

Land Transportation Office Region 14 – Office of the Regional Director

Agency Code: 1400
Office Address: 2nd Floor Post Office Building, Post Office Loop, Upper Session Road, Baguio City
Telephone Number: 074 423 1662
Head of Agency: Francis Ray A. Almora, CESO VI
Email Address:
Operating Hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays-Fridays)

Contact Information

To reach out to LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO), please check out the following:

LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO)

Agency Code: 1412
Office Address: Bontoc, Mt. Province
Telephone Number: +639 212314453
Head of Agency: Rosario K. Oyaman
Email Address:
Official Facebook Page:
Operating hours: 8AM – 5PM (Mondays to Fridays)

Where is Bontoc, Mt. Province

Bontoc, officially known as the Municipality of Bontoc, is a second class municipality and capital of the landlocked province of Mountain Province. It is the historical capital of the entire Cordillera region and the home to the Bontoc tribe, a feared war-like group of indigenous people, and the UNESCO tentatively-listed Alab petroglyphs. The Municipality of Bontoc sits 392 kilometres (244 mi) from Manila, 146 kilometers from Baguio City through the Halsema Highway and is accessible through the Cervantes-Tadian-Sabangan-Bontoc Road. It is closest to the cities of Candon, Ilocos Sur, Tabuk, Kalinga, Santiago, Isabela, Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Baguio, and Cauayan, Isabela, and is bounded on the north by the municipality of Tubo, Abra: northeast by the municipality of Sadanga: on the east by the municipality of Barlig: on the south by the municipalities of Banaue and Hungduan, Ifugao: southwest by the municipality of Sabangan; and on the west by the municipalities of Sagada and Besao.

Google Map Location

To learn more about the travel routes and the driving directions to Bontoc and the LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO), you may check the map below:

LTO Mt. Province District Office (DO)

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