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  1. Join Date
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    #81
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    Motto ng mga iyan?

    "Isuzu ka?,- huli(pang-tsibog) ka!"...

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    4D56 ba yan? Itabi nyo muna, ser.

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    #82
    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_boy View Post
    Meron din sa roxas blvd cor. Edsa. Pasay asbu naman ito
    May nakasabay ako kahapon dito sa teritoryo ko na naka-motor-jacket na Pasay ASBU....

    Gusto ko sanang dunggulin ang d*muho!!!...

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    #83
    Talaga bang meron na rin pati sa Macapagal? Nakita ko kasi last Wednesday.

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    #84
    2nd consecutive day na nila nakatambay today sa ibaba ng skyway south bound.

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    #85
    Yan siguro yung sa Magallanes. For example from Alabang, left turn to EDSA, straight ahead to Osmena. Dun mismo sila nakatambay sa magsasanga ang daan para talagang screen out talaga nila lahat ng sasakyan. Mukhang 3rd consecutive na kasi dumaan din ako dun last Wednesday nandun sila.

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    #86
    Makati to 1,500 motorists: You owe us | Inquirer News


    Binay said a report from Makati Pollution Control Office (MPCO) chief Ricardo Suarez noted that some offenders had resorted to executing affidavits of loss for their confiscated license plates to avoid paying the fines.

    They then submit the document when renewing their vehicle registration with the Land Transportation Office (LTO), the mayor said.

    “We should not allow this fraudulent practice to continue. I have ordered the MPCO to coordinate with LTO to establish an efficient monitoring system that would block any attempt to skirt the law and obtain new license plates to replace those that are actually in the custody of MPCO,” Binay said.

    According to the MPCO, some of the unsettled fines date as far back as January 2012.

    In the first four months of 2013, the office apprehended 2,009 vehicles for smoke belching and remitted P635,500 in fines to the city coffers, 18-percent higher than the amount remitted during the same period last year.

    Under the Clean Air Act, operators or drivers of vehicles cited for smoke belching are given 72 hours or three days to claim the confiscated plates and pay fines: P1,000 for the first offense, P2,000 for the second, and P3,000 for the third.

    Their vehicles are also required to pass smoke emission tests.

    Suarez said his office would write the LTO through Assistant Secretary Virginia Torres to propose measures against the misuse of affidavits of loss in vehicle registration.
    Source: PDI
    Date: June 5, 2013

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    #87
    Quote Originally Posted by Lapella View Post
    Talaga bang meron na rin pati sa Macapagal? Nakita ko kasi last Wednesday.
    Speeding naman sa macapagal. Walang asbu dun.

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    #88
    Quote Originally Posted by ans_lim168 View Post
    Wala parin bang nagc-complain sa mga kalokohan ng ASBU?

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk 2

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    #89
    Quote Originally Posted by ans_lim168 View Post
    Makati to 1,500 motorists: You owe us | Inquirer News

    Binay said a report from Makati Pollution Control Office (MPCO) chief Ricardo Suarez noted that some offenders had resorted to executing affidavits of loss for their confiscated license plates to avoid paying the fines.

    They then submit the document when renewing their vehicle registration with the Land Transportation Office (LTO), the mayor said.

    “We should not allow this fraudulent practice to continue. I have ordered the MPCO to coordinate with LTO to establish an efficient monitoring system that would block any attempt to skirt the law and obtain new license plates to replace those that are actually in the custody of MPCO,” Binay said.

    According to the MPCO, some of the unsettled fines date as far back as January 2012.

    In the first four months of 2013, the office apprehended 2,009 vehicles for smoke belching and remitted P635,500 in fines to the city coffers, 18-percent higher than the amount remitted during the same period last year.

    Under the Clean Air Act, operators or drivers of vehicles cited for smoke belching are given 72 hours or three days to claim the confiscated plates and pay fines: P1,000 for the first offense, P2,000 for the second, and P3,000 for the third.

    Their vehicles are also required to pass smoke emission tests.

    Suarez said his office would write the LTO through Assistant Secretary Virginia Torres to propose measures against the misuse of affidavits of loss in vehicle registration.
    Source: PDI
    Date: June 5, 2013

    Mga Motorista : "Bakit, kayo lang ba ang marunong gumimik sa kapwa?- T*3na niyo!!! "... :hysterical:

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    #90
    Quote Originally Posted by ans_lim168 View Post
    Makati to 1,500 motorists: You owe us | Inquirer News

    Binay said a report from Makati Pollution Control Office (MPCO) chief Ricardo Suarez noted that some offenders had resorted to executing affidavits of loss for their confiscated license plates to avoid paying the fines.

    They then submit the document when renewing their vehicle registration with the Land Transportation Office (LTO), the mayor said.

    “We should not allow this fraudulent practice to continue. I have ordered the MPCO to coordinate with LTO to establish an efficient monitoring system that would block any attempt to skirt the law and obtain new license plates to replace those that are actually in the custody of MPCO,” Binay said.

    According to the MPCO, some of the unsettled fines date as far back as January 2012.

    In the first four months of 2013, the office apprehended 2,009 vehicles for smoke belching and remitted P635,500 in fines to the city coffers, 18-percent higher than the amount remitted during the same period last year.

    Under the Clean Air Act, operators or drivers of vehicles cited for smoke belching are given 72 hours or three days to claim the confiscated plates and pay fines: P1,000 for the first offense, P2,000 for the second, and P3,000 for the third.

    Their vehicles are also required to pass smoke emission tests.

    Suarez said his office would write the LTO through Assistant Secretary Virginia Torres to propose measures against the misuse of affidavits of loss in vehicle registration.
    Source: PDI
    Date: June 5, 2013
    I re-review pa raw ng moderator ang post ko kaya heto pa ang isa....

    Motorista : "Bakit,- kayo lang ba ang puwedeng gumimik sa inyong mga huli?".,... :hysterical:

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