Due to the Reimposition of the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ) in Metro Manila, we halted our production. We expect normal processing times once the MECQ is lifted. However, we can still collect orders and payments. The payment deadline is on August 20, 2020 (Thu).
All orders paid and confirmed then will be available August 25 to Sept 5, 2020 once the quarantine is lifted. We apologize for longer processing times.
Conduction Plate Manila restarted our production for conduction plates for cars and motorcycles! The order for car plates and motorcycle plates received during the ECQ and MECQ are all in process. 🙂
Order your custom conduction plates (temporary plates) here: conductionplate.com/order.
You may see all designs and prices here.
Thank you for your patience. Stay safe everyone!
Due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine in the Philippines, we halted our production. We expect normal processing times once the quarantine is lifted. However, we can still collect orders and payments. The payment deadline is on June 1, 2020 (Mon).
All orders paid and confirmed then will be available June 5-15, 2020 once the quarantine is lifted. We apologize for longer processing times.
We hope you stay safe!
If your car was registered starting July 2016, the virtual plate number printed in your Certificate of Registration may be different from the actual LTO plates you will receive. The first letter will change from “A” to the letter assigned to the LTO Regional Office.
From James Deakin’s Facebook (Aug 24, 2018)
“More than a few people have reached out about some confusing plates that don’t match their OR/CR. So I reached out to the LTO and this is how they explain it:
“As agreed during a meeting with NRU (New Registration Units) prior to rollout ng PLATES:
It was agreed na all manufactured plates issued for MV Registered Starting July 2016 will revert to the previous assignment of series for regional office. All manufactured plate will represent their respective region based on their initial prefix letter
Regional Office 1 – Y
Regional Office 2 – B
Regional Office 3 – C
Regional Office 4A – D
Regional Office 4B – V
Regional Office 5 – E
Regional Office 6 – F
Regional Office 7 – G
Regional Office 8 – H
Regional Office 9 – I
Regional Office 10 – J
Regional Office 11 – K
Regional Office 12 – L
NCR – N
So on and so forth
Why ang Region 1 is Y? Because instead of A whose series is already used, they assigned prefix instead is Y.
In this case, the ACX Virtual Plate, which was assigned in Region 1, the Manufactured Plate is YCX instead of ACX.
This applies to all region with assigned Virtual Plates.
An ACP Virtual Plate which was assigned in NCR will be manufactured as NCP (to determine the Region where region the vehicle is registered.
As you can easily notice – all manufactured plate no longer bears the name of Regional Office under the Plate Number unlike before.
They can be identified thru the 1st letter of the plate.
As to documents (Plates printed in the CR no longer matches with the actual plates), they can go to their respective district office that issued the CR or the Regional Office, to annotate or initialize the corrected plate in the CR. Or they can also request for a screenshot of actual plate issued to the vehicle as supporting document to the “initialized” plates in the CR
They can have the CR reprinted in the LTO Office, para malinis.
Like the Region 3
From ADJ to CDJ
Painitial na lang po yung CR with the manufactured plate. And you can request for screenshot (which can be viewed in all on line LTO offices)
CAR – is Y
While Regional Office No. 1 is I
Region 9 is J
Region 10 is K
So for now, we’d recommend that clients to remain using their conduction plates until LTO releases their official car plate.
You can read about the LTO plate availability checker here: LTO vehicle plate availability checker now online.
Source: James Deakin’s Facebook Post (Aug 24, 2018)
LTO recently launched an online tool so vehicle owners can check if their official LTO plates are available.
You need to enter the 15-digit MV file number. This number can be found in the Certificate of Registration (CR) of your car.
The LTO Website also has the Plate Availability Schedule here: https://www.lto.net.ph/ltomvinquiryui/LTO/SiteSchedule
To date (as of Aug 1, 2018), only plates from July 2016 until December 2016 are being produced. For NCR, only plates from July 1, 2016 until August 3, 2016 are being produced.
If your plates are not yet ready, don’t fret. You can order temporary conduction plates from Conduction Plate Manila. You can order online, pay through BPI/GCash, then have the plates delivered. We deliver all over the Philippines.
To order, kindly fill out the online order form at conductionplate.com/order.
Hi Conduction Plate Manila fans! The Christmas and New Year Holidays are coming! Here are our production schedule in the next weeks for your reference.
Dec 10 (Sun)
All orders paid by Dec 10 will be ready between Dec 13-22. This is the last batch before Christmas.
Dec 20 (Wed)
All orders paid by Dec 20 will be ready Dec 27, 2017 – Jan 6, 2018.
Jan 5, 2018 (Fri)
All orders paid by Jan 5, 2018 will be ready Jan 8-20, 2018.
So if you plan to give custom conduction plates as gifts, best to order before Dec 10.
Sales office hours/ Pickup hours
Dec 23 – holiday/no office
Dec 25 – holiday/no office
Dec 26 – holiday/no office
Dec 30 – holiday/no office
January 1, 2018 – holiday/no office
You can still order using the online order form during the holidays. We will reply within 2 business days.
We hope that you have a blessed Christmas and a happy new year!
We will be in MitsuFest 2017! MitsuFest is happening on October 22, 2017 in the Philippine Arena, Bulacan.
As a special treat, we will allow orders paid until Oct 10 the option to pickup in the MitsuFest in the Conduction Plate Manila booth.
See you at the MitsuFest!
Frequently Asked Questions for Conduction Plate Manila for MitsuFest 2017
How do I order my conduction plate?
Order your plates online at conductionplate.com/order.
Is the entrance FREE for MitsuFest?
Yes, entrance to the MitsuFest 2017 is FREE.
How can I get my plate from MitsuFest?
- Order online.
- Choose Pickup at MitsuFest in the question– “How do you wish to get your plates?”
- Pay and email the deposit slip to email@example.com on or before Oct 15.
- Wait for the email confirmation from Conduction Plate Manila.
What if I miss the payment deadline?
If you miss the payment deadline, you can have the plates delivered (P150 within Metro Manila, P300 outside Metro Manila) or pickup in the sales office of Conduction Plate Manila.
Can I authorize a friend to get my order during MitsuFest?
Yes. You can authorize a representative to get the plates for you as long as he can present an authorization letter with a copy of your ID.
What if I failed to get my order during MitsuFest?
You can still pickup the plates in the Sales office of Conduction Plate Manila or have the plates delivered. The delivery charge within Metro Manila is P150 and outside Metro Manila P300.
Where is the sales office of Conduction Plate Manila?
The sales office of Conduction Plate Manila is in Eight Peaks Enterprises, GF 1040 EDSA, Makati. You can see the directions here.
Update (Mar 2017): Implementation of this memo was postponed from Feb 15, 2017 to June 1, 2017
LTO released a memo last January 11, 2017 related to conduction sticker plates that is causing some confusion to the motoring public. Here is all the information we gathered to help our customers and friends.
Last January 11, 2017, LTO issued a memo that the conduction sticker numbers will serve as temporary license plate numbers for vehicles. They also provided a standard design of conduction plates. All dealers are required to provide conduction plates that are reflectorized and follow the standard design for cars registered starting Feb 15, 2017. We called the LTO Operations Division. They clarified that the new standard design is indeed required for vehicles bought and registered starting Feb 15, 2017.
Later on Feb 23, 2017, LTO released another circular deferring the implementation of the new LTO standard design to June 1, 2017. (see memo copy below)
So if your car OR and CR shows that it was registered before June 1, 2017, you are not required to follow this memo.
You can read the memo here:
Frequently asked questions:
My car is new and don’t have my LTO plate. It was registered 2016. Can I order a personalized conduction plate?
Yes, you can still order a personalized conduction plate. The LTO standard conduction plate design is required for cars registered starting Jun 1, 2017 only. You can order your plates in conductionplate.com/order.
I registered my car June 20, 2017. Can I order a personalized conduction plate?
Yes, you can order Conduction Plates but only the LTO standard design. You must order and use the design similar to dealer-issued conduction plates. Our LTO standard Conduction plates are reflective and are compliant with the set guidelines of LTO.We discourage the use of other designs to comply with the set LTO guidelines.
I ordered a conduction plate from Conduction Plate Manila in 2016. Do I need to change my plates to the LTO standard conduction plate design?
No. The directive is only applicable to vehicles registered starting June 1, 2017. You can still continue using your Conduction Plate Manila plates until your official LTO plates arrive.
If my car bought after June 1, 2017 is not compliant, who will be fined?
Based on the memo, it is the dealer who will be fined. The dealer is responsible for providing the plate complying with the LTO standard conduction plate design.
I am a car dealer. Do you make the new LTO standard Conduction Plate Design?
Yes. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details (Dealer name, quantity, contact person, contact details- landline, mobile) so we can provide you a quotation.
What is the required LTO standard design?
The photo below is our render.
How do I order an LTO standard Conduction Plate?
Fill in the order form at conductionplate.com/order. Choose the LTO Standard Conduction Plate.
Phone call (Feb 7, 2017) – LTO Operations Division.
Autoindustriya.com – (Feb 6, 2017) http://www.autoindustriya.com/auto-industry-news/lto-issues-official-specs-for-conduction-based-temporary-plates.html
We updated our delivery charges. Please be guided. This change will apply to all unpaid orders as of October 22, 2016.
For those who have paid before this date, the changes in delivery charge won’t affect you.
Delivery Fee for Metro Manila Addresses:
Classic/Classic Black – P150
Euro/Premium White/Premium Black – P150
Gunma Japanese/ Gunma Black – P150
Delivery Fee for Provincial (non-Metro Manila) addresses:
Classic/Classic Black – P300
Euro/Premium White/Premium Black – P300
Gunma Japanese/ Gunma Black – P300
We course our non-Metro Manila deliveries through LBC.