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How To Register E-Bike in the Philippines


How To Register Your E-Bike in the Philippines 

Manila Metropolitan Development Authority(MMDA) now requires LTO registration for e-bikes in the Philippines.  This requirement stems from the newly implemented RA 11697 or Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act. 

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to register your e-bike in the Philippines in 2022. You must prepare the following requirements: 

  1. Original sales invoice, PNP-HPG MV clearance, insurance certificate of cover (aka TPL), and certificate of stock reported (CSR) which you can get from your trusted dealer.
  2. Proceed to any LTO District Office or Regional Office.
  3. Submit the documents to an LTO evaluator who will then check and encode them into their system.
  4. Wait for the approving officer to give you a breakdown of fees, which you will pay at the LTO cashier.
  5. After payment, the releasing officer will provide the official receipt (OR) and certificate of registration (CR).

E-bike Registration Fees

Despite having the same process, e-bikes have different corresponding fees. Refer to the table below: 

Vehicle Type/CategoryMVUC Rate
Category L2b, L3Similar to motorcycle w/o sidecar
Category L4Similar to motorcycle w/ sidecar
Category L5, L6, L7Similar to “light” car


This means that owners will pay ranging from Php 240 for e-bikes under L2b and L3 categoriesPhp 300 for L4 categories, and Php 1,600 for L5, L6, and L7 categories.

It is very important to ascertain the type of your electric bike since not all of them are required to have an LTO registration. 



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