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    #71
    ^ napakawalang kwenta. so pano kung i-ban nila ang 15 years old L300 fb, tapos ganun pa rin ang ipapalit. anong sense. tsk tsk

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    #72
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    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    From some quick arithmetic, given that the only way to sell our cars overseas secondhand is to ship them to China and sell them for a third of the current resale value... over ten years, the average cost of this measure to the low-end consumer will be 300,000 - 500,000 pesos. A 50% increase in expenses.

    That's make or break for most new car buyers... equivalent to nearly doubling their monthly installments. The new car market won't crash overnight, but if taxes stay the same, it will definitely crash.
    Bottomline. It will not spur growth in the PI auto industry.

    Kat**$%! naman ng nakaisip niyan.

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    #73
    Just a thought lang.

    While managing EDSA during rush hour, I've notice the number of commuters jampacked in the MRT, the multitude of people waiting on the FX terminals and riding on the buses. Eventually, they will progress and will buy cars soon thus spurring the car industry. There are a lot of potential customers here in the Philippines.

    On the flipside, traffic will be on a stand still once that would happen. We need more roads.

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    #74
    Unless we all buy locally manufactured cars, Will not help. dapat lahat ng delapidated public vehicles ang unahin.

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    #75
    Quote Originally Posted by Mguy View Post
    Just a thought lang.

    While managing EDSA during rush hour, I've notice the number of commuters jampacked in the MRT, the multitude of people waiting on the FX terminals and riding on the buses. Eventually, they will progress and will buy cars soon thus spurring the car industry. There are a lot of potential customers here in the Philippines.

    On the flipside, traffic will be on a stand still once that would happen. We need more roads.
    +1
    more roads, better traffic management and disciplined drivers

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    #76
    Payag ako dyan kung yan ang solution kahit na yung oldest car 3 yrs nalang malalabi and yung project car ko na jimny 2 yrs nalang. Basta unahin mga public vehicles kasi mostly sa kanila nasa kalsada ng 15hrs or more per day samantalang private cars kadalasan around 4 hrs lang a day gaya ko average 2 hrs lang, then most private cars are well maintained.

    Kahit ano pa isipin nila bago batas wala rin, di naman nila kaya implement. Ano nangyari sa mga kuliglig naryan parin. Noon pa yang batas na yan wala naman mangyayari dyan SIGURADO AKO WALA, kaya kung balak nyo bumili more than 10 yrs old na auto sige lang.

    Yung sabi ni QWERTY na walang karapatan magka sasakyan ang walang garahe TAMA YAN para sakin advocacy ko rin yan. Samin kasi parang zigzag road na dahil sa kabi-kabilang parking ng mga kapitbahay ko may garahe nga sila 3 naman auto edi 2 nasa labas. Then yung mga illegal settlers, ngayon de kotse na yung mga 90's (20 yrs old and above) sa kanila na punta sama mo na owner type, PUJ,tricycle, at kuliglig nila, san nila ipaparada yun edi sa kalsada ayun naging 1 way ang dapat sa 2 way traffic na street. Ala naman ginagawa local govt lalo na ngayon eleksyon.

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    #77
    Quote Originally Posted by Mguy View Post
    Just a thought lang.

    While managing EDSA during rush hour, I've notice the number of commuters jampacked in the MRT, the multitude of people waiting on the FX terminals and riding on the buses. Eventually, they will progress and will buy cars soon thus spurring the car industry. There are a lot of potential customers here in the Philippines.

    On the flipside, traffic will be on a stand still once that would happen. We need more roads.
    Nope. Not everyone riding the trains and PUVs are upwardly mobile. Not everyone gets the opportunity to get a high-paying job that allows them the luxury of a car. Not everyone gets an opportunity to rise out of the poverty trap they were born into.

    Heck, real wages have not increased since the year 2000. Income distribution has barely improved since 1986.

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    #78
    The gov't should apply this for PUV's. These are the vehicles that are worn down than private cars. I can't imagine riding in a 93 corolla xl with dilapidated interior, exterior and a barely working air con. And yet they charge the same as a 2012 vios/accent.

    Also the PUJ's need to be phased out and replaced with a Minibus/Coaster. This would accommodate more people and leave a lesser carbon footprint. Please lang, sana talaga ma phase out na ang Jeepney. Its no longer a sign of Filipino ingenuity but more of a sign of Filipino's backward mentality.

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    #79
    Quote Originally Posted by non-vtec View Post
    The gov't should apply this for PUV's. These are the vehicles that are worn down than private cars. I can't imagine riding in a 93 corolla xl with dilapidated interior, exterior and a barely working air con. And yet they charge the same as a 2012 vios/accent.

    Also the PUJ's need to be phased out and replaced with a Minibus/Coaster. This would accommodate more people and leave a lesser carbon footprint. Please lang, sana talaga ma phase out na ang Jeepney. Its no longer a sign of Filipino ingenuity but more of a sign of Filipino's backward mentality.
    AGREE!!! Ewan ko ba bakit pinagmamalaki natin yang Jeepney na yan ako kinakahiya ko yan, dinesenyo ng karpintero, body lang naman gawang pinoy dyan ang sagwa pa the rest isuzu, toyota, etc.

    Gagawin lang dyan pag more than 10 years old na edi tamper lang body number dali lang sa kanila yan edi bago na uli, kaya dapat total phase out. Kaya lang imposible yan, kuliglig nga lalo dumadami. Haaay bakit nagiging paurong tayo.

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    #80

    Paktay pag nagkataon si Old Faithful namin...

    Pag nag-surrender ba ay may bayad ang gobyerno na pang-down para sa bagong sasakyan?.....

    18.1K:rant:

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