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    #51
    Quote Originally Posted by 170kphlang View Post
    minsan napapa-isip ako na baka chinese gov't. na nagpapatakbo sa atin, kasi nangongopya nalng din ng mga proposal sa ibang bansa e
    They are slowly doing it.. sa mga commodities muna sila nagsisimula, guess how many Chinese or with Chinese blood billionaires we have.

    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    ayusin na lang nila yung existing rules.. like LTO.. pag hindi na road worthy ang sasakyan.. pag puro kalawang na.. lalo na pag PUV.. wag na nila payagang i register.. sa ganon.. mapipilitang alagaan nang mga may sasakyan yung mga sasakyan nila..

    tapos yung mga city government naman.. wag nila payagan may nag pa park sa mga kalsada.. i tow lahat.. pag walang parking walang karapatan magkasasakyan.. ang tapat nang bahay ay hindi parking..
    Quote Originally Posted by threx666 View Post
    + 10000 on this!
    Talagang dapat naman na bago ka magksasakyan dapat e me garage ka , saan mo ba I lalagay yan I f ever? Kakalungin ? I lalagay sa loob ng kusina?

    Yan ang hirap sa atin e , bibili ng 3 cars or more tapos Walang garage?

    In other countries before you are allowed to buy a car , you pay a bond to the govt. and yung parking is with pay laht , kahit public parking pa ,unless you live in a landed property or condo which is kasama na yun parking fee sa cost of ownership.

    Sa to too Lang Medyo harsh pakinggan to , but admit it , na harass na rin kayo ng mga inconsiderate na parking ng parking sa mga public roads including dun mismo sa harap ng bahay mo.
    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by 7138 View Post
    Istorbo lang yung mga sasakyan na nagpapark sa public roads.

    Rumenta ng space na pwede ipagarahe yung auto.
    Problema lang naman yang Parking sa kalsada kung Primary Public Road yun eh.. Yung tipong iyon lang ang daan papunta sa destinasyon mo. Pero yung mga secondary roads na 2 or 3 lanes ok lang ang Parking wag ka lang magdodouble park. Konsiderasyon lang kasi yan, wag kupal pumarada. Isa pa nasa local government na yun kung alin aling kalsada ung idedeklara nilang tow-away zone, kasi kung gagawin lahat ng kalsada bawal paradahan aba eh isipin nyo muna gano ka-crowded na ang NCR.. wala na ngang matirahan ibang tao, icoconvert mo pa ba sa parking slot yung kwarto mo tapos sa kotse mo ka matutulog?

    Eh kung townhouse lang pala bahay mo o apartment wala ka na rin karapatan magkasasakyan?

    Besides, mas madami pang problema ang Pinas kesa sa more than 10-year old cars at mga walang garahe? Seriously, uunahin nyo pa ba ito?

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    #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    Brenda already submitted a law regarding this diba. Wala mangyayari dito. 90% of businesses ata are using converted 1990's isuzu forwards/elf eh. hehe

    Tapos dagdag mo pa mga taxi, jeepneys na jurassic na. Malabo yan.
    Brenda herself is using converted Toyota vans and LC80s for her back-up vehicles. ;) (in fairness to her, relatively maayos sila magmaneho sa kalye).

    IMO, better they mandate that PUVs older than 10 years be replaced with new units first before tackling private cars which are generally better maintained. Besides, from what i see, old cars from the 90s are becoming scarcer already so there is a natural attrition as they become harder to maintain and with the influx of better, newer cars in the second hand market and affordable financing schemes for new cars, people are indeed trading up more often it seems.

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    #53
    Even in first world countries hindi nangyayari ito.

    Hindi lang mga owners ng lumang kotse ang tatamaan dito, I could imagine na maraming negosyo ang babagsak because of this, just think of Banawe becoming a ghost town, pati na rin yung mga talyer na magsasara dahil wala nang aayusin pa na mga auto.
    Last edited by ronw123w124; February 9th, 2013 at 02:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronw123w124 View Post
    Even in first world countries hindi nangyayari ito.

    Hindi lang mga owners ng lumang kotse ang tatamaan dito, I could imagine na maraming negosyo ang babagsak because of this, just think of Banawe becoming a ghost town, pati na rin yung mga talyer na magsasara dahil wala nang aayusin pa na mga auto.
    It will also affect the new car industry.

    We sell our old cars to help pay for the new one.

    Even the car dealers know this, hence the Trade-in incentive.

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    #55
    and if that phase-out plan becomes law dealers will no longer accept trade-in coz they can't sell the trade-in units

    unless they buy the cars at below scrap value then sell the cars at scrap value

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    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.
    Now that's what you call pakikisama

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    #57
    Quote Originally Posted by ronw123w124 View Post
    Hindi lang mga owners ng lumang kotse ang tatamaan dito, I could imagine na maraming negosyo ang babagsak because of this, just think of Banawe becoming a ghost town, pati na rin yung mga talyer na magsasara dahil wala nang aayusin pa na mga auto.
    car owners will no longer take care of their cars so much

    what's the point if a new car can be legally driven for only 10 years

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    #58
    you won't care about resale value anymore

    coz kahit gaano ka-well maintained ang sasakyan if it's like 7 years old who the hell will buy a car that has only 3 years of legal use left

    unless it's really really cheap

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    #59
    Quote Originally Posted by ronw123w124 View Post
    Even in first world countries hindi nangyayari ito.

    Hindi lang mga owners ng lumang kotse ang tatamaan dito, I could imagine na maraming negosyo ang babagsak because of this, just think of Banawe becoming a ghost town, pati na rin yung mga talyer na magsasara dahil wala nang aayusin pa na mga auto.
    Yup, a lot of big businesses will go down indeed and expect dealers to start scrimping on discounts as more people have to buy new cars.

    Obviously someone isn't thinking.

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    #60
    what will you do with a 9 yr old car if it breaks down?

    syempre di mo na gagastusan

    pag tumirik iwan mo nalang sa kalye haha

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Banning 10-year-old cars eyed as one way to spur industry growth