By Nonoy Lacson
ZAMBOANGA CITY – The Land Transportation Office in Zamboanga peninsula (LTO-9) has collected P14-million in revenues from various traffic violations from January to December last year.
LTO-9 Director Atty Aminola Abaton said that most of the revenues were derived from traffic violations like reckless driving, wearing slippers while driving, traffic obstruction, driving without a helmet for motorcycles, driving while under the influence of liquor and violation of the seatbelt law.
Abaton said that there are 17,819 drivers’ licenses that have remained with the LTO operations division waiting for their respective owners to claim and settle their traffic violation.
The LTO-9 has also impounded 11 motor vehicles for various violations of the Traffic Code. To date, only two, have been released. (Nonoy E. Lacson)