Straight off the LTO site .................. 20. TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF PRIVATE MVs
♦ Original copy of the Certificate of Registration (CR) or Certificate of Registration Encumbered (CRE)
♦ Original copy of official receipt of payment of latest MVUC and other fees
♦ Original copy of the Deed of Sale/ Transfer/ Conveyance
♦ Confirmation of CR/OR in case the transacting district office is different from the district office that issued the current certificate of registration
♦ Deed of sale with assumption of mortgage with bank's conformity
♦ Written consent from the financing company in case of CRE
♦ PNP-HPG MV Clearance Certificate
♦ Duly accomplished and approved Motor Vehicle Inspection Report (MVIR)
♦ Appropriate Insurance Certificate of Cover
♦ Taxpayer’s Identification Number (TIN)
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I have bought a couple of used vehicles. Both times I went to a Smoke Test and someone got all the paperwork done for me. I think I gave them 400 pesos.
Every year when I have to get the OR renewed I let the smoke test guys handle all the paperwork, never a problem.
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- Clearance from Philippine National Police-Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG)
- Original Certificate of Registration (CR)
- Latest original Official Receipt (OR) of payment.
- The car's original Deed of Sale.
- Appropriate insurance cover (CTPL)
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Recently went to get a smog test for my annual registration and was turned away because of the long lines and was told to come back at 5am for a priority number which would then provide me a time to return for the test; luckily I had a "friend" who got me a slot in the afternoon for a small donation.
The long lines are a good/bad thing as it shows the checkpoints are having a positive effect on law enforcement but now makes the process less convenient.
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