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MANILA, Philippines - Last 07 February 2014, PNoy waited in line at the LTO (Land Transportation Office) in Tayuman, Manila to renew his driver’s license, two days before its expiration on his birthday tomorrow. Newly promoted Undersecretary Rey Marfil, who accompanied the President along with Transportation and Communications Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya, said people applying or renewing their driver’s license were surprised to see the President waiting for his turn.
It was the second time that Aquino personally went to the LTO office to renew his driver’s license since he assumed office. The first time was at the LTO main office in East Avenue in Quezon City in 2011 when former LTO chief Virginia Torres accompanied him. Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. of the Presidential Communications Operations Office told newsmen that “As a law-abiding citizen, he personally went to the LTO office, lined up and did not ask for any special treatment. He underwent the whole process and the process was completed,” Lily Cadores, licensing center chief at LTO-Tayuman, said Aquino insisted on not being given VIP treatment.
“He personally inquired with the customer service and waited with the crowd. While waiting for his turn, there were people asking to have their picture taken with him. His queue number was 84,” Cadores said. PNoy also went through the process of having his photo taken using the computer cameras and signing the signature card.