If you still have a motorcycle impounded in LTO-Biliran, then you should get it immediately as they are thinking of disposing them all. The 20 motorcycles in Land Transportation Office (LTO), Biliran Provincial Office compound were impounded mostly because of non-renewal of registration.
The OIC Provincial Director of LTO-Biliran, Grace M. Carsido, recommended that the motorcycles be disposed to have more space in the compound. However, she was denied because the owners were untraceable and unknown. This includes other documents to prove that the rider owned the vehicle.
Although not stated, it was inferred that these motorcycles may have been stolen. If you are, then it would be best to give the LTO a visit.
[Article from PIA]