The day has come that it’s time for me to renew my driving license. But the funny thing was, I almost forget about it and it was only four days ago that it came back to my attention when we pass-by the traffic police department on our way home to pick-up some groceries.
We actually went out earlier on that day to bring our son to theme park so he could see a different place from time to time and not to feel being caged in the house. I believe that he enjoyed his day at the theme park and in the cornice even for just a short time and I will be making a post of it too.
Anyway, I went to the traffic department today at past eight in the morning so I will have enough time to process before it expires on 28 February. I drove almost 50 kilometers (both ways) from our house and took me almost 30 minutes to arrive in the nearest traffic department. The good thing is that, it only took me 10 minutes or so to finish the renewal process of my driving license. That’s how fast it was despite having two persons who are ahead of me in the queue. It is one of my most efficient government transactions that I have ever experienced.
I could still remember the time when I renewed our car’s insurance and registration, June of last year. And just like today, the time that I spent travelling is much longer than the time I spent in the renewal process. It just shows how efficient and organized the system in place and I believe that they should receive a commendation for a job well done. And I also believe that if one department is efficient in their own transactions then it will have a domino effect to the others.
How I wish this can be done or will happen in the Philippines.