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  1. Join Date
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    #41
    Sa Scout area at Laging Handa, some streets are too narrow that when homeowners park their garageless cars, two way nagiging one way na lang. Hirap dumaan pag may kasalubong.

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetlucious View Post
    Sa kalsada ka nakapark no?
    Isa kapa.

    Kasya ang apat na sasakyan sa private open parking area ko tsong.

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    #43
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Isa kapa.

    Kasya ang apat na sasakyan sa private open parking area ko tsong.
    Yun naman pala eh. Dapat di ka ganon ka affected bro.

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    #44
    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetlucious View Post
    Yun naman pala eh. Dapat di ka ganon ka affected bro.
    Err... Hindi ako affected papi.

    Ang problema lang nama eh yung statement na "walang karapatan magkasasakyan" unless there's a law stating it then sino ba tayo to lord over other people. FYI may kabit-bahay ako dito na walang garage, naki-usap na maki park at mag babayad daw sya monthly. Ayun nakiki-park sya ngayon pero hindi ko sya pinag babayad.

    Sasabihin ko ba sa kanya na wala syang karapatang magkasasakyan dahil wala syang garage? Sino ba ako.

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    #45
    Ngayon kung i-baban nila yun mga 10 years old or older na sasakyan, paano naman yun mga enthusiasts na nag-mamaintain ng classic cars which are over 10 years na? Pero pinaka-concern ko dito, saan nila dadalhin yun mga sasakyan na 10 years and above na?

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    #46
    ^^ Tama!!! +1,000

    OT: Just avoid generalizing kasi. Mali naman kasi talaga yan. Be specific.

    Papano yung ahente/medrep/sales executive etc. na umuupa lang pero may issued na company car? Alangan namang tanggihan niya pa yun eh tools of work yun.

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    #47
    Istorbo lang yung mga sasakyan na nagpapark sa public roads.

    Rumenta ng space na pwede ipagarahe yung auto.
    Last edited by 7138; February 9th, 2013 at 10:27 AM.

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Jo A. View Post
    Unless they give me a 50-70% discount on a new Jimny, I'm never giving up my 4x4 Vitara.

    What works in a 1st world country doesn't mean it'll work in a 3rd world one. The salary of the average filipino doesn't allow him to buy a brand new car. Even if they manage to get all the old cars off the road, the environmental effect of having to add even more PUV's on the road to service the 1.7 mill additional commuters will negate any benefits to the environment this proposed plan has.
    Doesn't even work in the First World. Cash for Clunkers was a purely voluntary program.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Err... Hindi ako affected papi.

    Ang problema lang nama eh yung statement na "walang karapatan magkasasakyan" unless there's a law stating it then sino ba tayo to lord over other people. FYI may kabit-bahay ako dito na walang garage, naki-usap na maki park at mag babayad daw sya monthly. Ayun nakiki-park sya ngayon pero hindi ko sya pinag babayad.

    Sasabihin ko ba sa kanya na wala syang karapatang magkasasakyan dahil wala syang garage? Sino ba ako.
    yes po! let's clamor for it to be a law! that way, you won't have to tell anyone yourself...
    "show me your parking area (even if it isn't yours, if you have a document stating that the owner agrees to have you park there) before you are allowed to acquire a car!".
    then we follow it up with "hatakin ang lahat ng illegal street parkers!".
    siguro, kung mapuna ng business establishments na wala silang customers dahil wala silang parking space, they will come up with parking space..
    i am wondering, isn't parking space a requirement for new building projects?

    or, do we want it singapore-style? mas masakit yon..

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    #50
    IIRC, re: mandatory proof of parking space, some countries implement something like that; that you have to show that you have a parking space for your car when you're buying one; else, the government wouldn't let you buy one. Forgot whether it's Japan or Singapore or both. Other countries would simply charge you an exorbitant tax if you're parking on the road, whether it be wide enough to accommodate all sorts of traffic or not.

    IMO, it's a good idea, most especially people living in narrow streets with heavy traffic: too many times traffic clogs up just because a two-lane road becomes one-lane or a three-lane road becomes one-lane because somebody's parked their car on the road. Plus, taking into account the makeshift terminals of tricycles already eating up more than one lane in some roads. Not so sure but those countries solve the parking problem of residents/visitors with no space in their homes by having enough strategically placed parking lots, plus it also encourages people to simply walk instead of just parking in front of their destination and blocking one lane of the road.

    Of course, the biggest issue is that you can't really expect this sort of common sense when it comes to government numbskulls here. They could encourage people to put up more parking lot businesses by giving tax breaks and other benefits but noooooooo, they'd rather give Php 100,000 to persons that reach 100 years old.

    Imbeciles.

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