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  1. Join Date
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    sinimulan nya sa motorsiklo. pag may iniba ka na hindi naman ganun nung lumabas ng casa e form of modification na daw. so pati ba motor ng delivery boys ng fast food, at tricycle?

    ngayon naman mga 4 wheels pataas ang pinagiinitan. so bawal na magpalit ng HU, mags, at gulong na mas makapit? baka pati seatcover sitahin. :bwahaha:

    magtagal pa kaya sa pwesto tong tao na to, sa dami ng kinakalaban? ilang congressman, si BF, motorcycle guys, ngayon naman cagers. :twak:

    ok naman sana, maliban dun sa naka bold. daming gray areas to. magiging ugat ng kotong lang to. sana wag matuloy.

    LTO Chief Alberto Suansing is planning to implement stricter guidelines for 4 wheel vehicle owners/drivers as well as their passengers.

    The amended guidelines are as follows:

    1. Carrying of Restriction Code 2 (RC 2) on the drivers license.
    2. Confiscate and fined HID headlights 4300k color and up
    3. All passengers of private cars needs to have seatbelt, including the back passengers.


    Additional proposed items from the LTO Guidelines:

    *Drivers and All Passengers who fail to use seatbelt will be fined P1,500/passenger plus attending seminar for traffic and vehicle safety to be conducted by LTO.

    * For carrying more passenger other than the normal seating capacity, a penalty of P1,000/per passenger.

    * For defective accessories such as headlight, tail light, signal light, brake light, side mirror and horn a fine of P1,000 for the violators.

    * For modifying any part of the original design of a private vehicle without approval of LTO and the DTI a fine of P2,000.

    * Wearing of slippers fine of P500 for the first offense, P700 for the 2nd offense and P1,000 for the 3rd offense and revocation of driverís license.

    * Installation of HID headlight 4300K and up color temperature a fine of P5000.

    * Installation Open free flow exhaust pipe other than the original exhaust pipe a fine of P3000.
    http://daihatsuclubph.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4478

    http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...d.php?t=362257
    Last edited by LexTer; September 17th, 2008 at 11:02 PM.

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    #2
    Baka pang "fund raising" yan for 2010.

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    #3
    Quote Originally Posted by ronw123w124 View Post
    Baka pang "fund raising" yan for 2010.
    suansing for president?

    so bali pano yung headreast ko na may add on? huli?

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    Idol na idol ah! Idol talaga sa bagong racket sa kotong ah! Tsk...tsk... tsk.... Nagpapalapad lang yan ng papel!

    Di kaya guilty ako dito? (hehehehe)

    Bahala sya sa buhay nya... Che! (hehehehe)

    Ibig ba sabihin nito na wala na ring carshows? E puros modified ang mga kotseng display sa mga shows ah? Except kung mga launchings ng mga brand new cars!

    Ang labo mo Chong!
    Last edited by LadyRider; September 18th, 2008 at 12:19 AM.

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    super super OA! sa motorcycle anything na aftermarket aluminum parts ipalit mo bawal na, pati yung mga aftermarket na rubbers bawal din daw...
    i have a motorcycle so i'm very much affected by this crap...as if matitibay naman yung mga stock parts ng OEM...hhaaaayy buhay

    [SIZE=5]C - R - A - P ! ![/SIZE]

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    hindi naman bawal totally, it just needs to be approved by LTO and DTI accdg. to the clause there.

    it's a good thing na LTO and DTI, not LTO or DTI. that means may laban ka kung hindi nag-fall sa restrictions ng both agencies. and ever wonder kasama ang DTI, kasi nga baka may aftermarkets na substandard/smuggled na hindi nakalusot sa quality control.

    syempre public safety din yan. do your part ... kung aakalin mo na peperahan ka ng LTO and DTI if you wish to change your OEMs, then you have no choice, magbayad ka. that's the price of customizing your own vehicles accdg. to your standards. sadly, it sends mixed signals, pano na self-expression mo and freedom mo to do what you want? but the thing is, a vehicle is a public thing. your vehicle can directly/indirectly affect somebody else.

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    Ito kayang bagong rules na ito eh mag-aaply sa mga bagong kotse lang or pati sa mga luma? Pano kung bago pa sya umupo sa pusisyon eh naka-modify na kotse mo? Magbabayad ka pa rin ba?

    Ang labo pa rin pre! How will they defend their side sa masa? Baka gera patani lang ang mangyari nito! War of the Words nanaman ito from different agencies! (hehehehe)

    Kelangan pag-aralan ng mabuti ng LTO ang OEM sa hindi OEM na accesories and spare parts ng isang kotse! (hehehehe) Pahirapan ba ang mga sarili nila!

    Sabagay, pera din yan! Pambili rin nila yan ng lapad saka gin! Malapit na kase ang Pasko at kelangan na mag merry-making! (hehehehe)

    THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS! (hehehehe)
    Last edited by LadyRider; September 18th, 2008 at 09:12 AM.

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    ayusin na lang nya ang mga PI na PUV,trike at motorcycles...ok na sya sa akin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Miting View Post
    hindi naman bawal totally, it just needs to be approved by LTO and DTI accdg. to the clause there.

    it's a good thing na LTO and DTI, not LTO or DTI. that means may laban ka kung hindi nag-fall sa restrictions ng both agencies. and ever wonder kasama ang DTI, kasi nga baka may aftermarkets na substandard/smuggled na hindi nakalusot sa quality control.

    syempre public safety din yan. do your part ... kung aakalin mo na peperahan ka ng LTO and DTI if you wish to change your OEMs, then you have no choice, magbayad ka. that's the price of customizing your own vehicles accdg. to your standards. sadly, it sends mixed signals, pano na self-expression mo and freedom mo to do what you want? but the thing is, a vehicle is a public thing. your vehicle can directly/indirectly affect somebody else.
    yun nga ang problema. dapat bumalik muna sa definition of terms. ano ba yung modification, at ano pa yung upgrade? and ano ba yung OEM replacement parts. problema e hindi naman open ang LTO para sa dialogue. binale wala nila effort ng mga heads/representatives ng motorcycle community sa workshop na sila mismo nagpatawag last september 10.

    http://bikerpinoy.blogspot.com/2008/...shop-with.html

    nakakalungkot pa nito, may mga rider na nagpunta ng DTI. ang iba sa kanila e kilala ko personal. sagot ng DTI e wala daw sila alam dyan sa AO na yan. basta daw sa sasakyan e LTO lang yan. assuming na hindi pa alam ng DTI talaga. dapat hindi muna manghuli. e ang dami ng hulihan. well.... tulad nga ng sinabi ko. ugat ng kotong. wala kasing malinaw na guidelines e.

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyRider View Post
    Ito kayang bagong rules na ito eh mag-aaply sa mga bagong kotse lang or pati sa mga luma? Pano kung bago pa sya umupo sa pusisyon eh naka-modify na kotse mo? Magbabayad ka pa rin ba?

    Ang labo pa rin pre! How will they defend their side sa masa? Baka gera patani lang ang mangyari nito! War of the Words nanaman ito from different agencies! (hehehehe)

    Kelangan pag-aralan ng mabuti ng LTO ang OEM sa hindi OEM na accesories and spare parts ng isang kotse! (hehehehe) Pahirapan ba ang mga sarili nila!

    Sabagay, pera din yan! Pambili rin nila yan ng lapad saka gin! Malapit na kase ang Pasko at kelangan na mag merry-making! (hehehehe)

    THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS! (hehehehe)
    yan pa isa LR. ang alam ko bawal sa saligang batas 1987 ang ex post facto law (paki correct lang po ako kung mali). meaning kung nagawa mo yan bago pa ipasa AO e dapat di ka sakop ng batas na yun. tama ba? or sa crime lang yan? violation lang kasi to e. lol

    article 3, section 22
    http://wikisource.org/wiki/Ang_1987_...s_ng_Pilipinas

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    #10
    I think there is a similar forum like this under traffic laws and infrastruture. My take is that the modification part is too broad, it could be a source of misunderstanding between the motorist and the apprehending officer. If this AO becomes a law then all jeepneys and FX Mega taxis would the hardest to be hit by this coz almost all jeepneys plying our roads are modified (engine pa lang mga supluses) and the mega taxis are AUV's if you install the signage of mega taxi above then this constitutes modification also. Just my observation.

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