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    #461
    Exactly. Flawed na front he start itong testing.


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    DOTr head: 70-point Motor Vehicle Inspection System should be made mandatory | TopGear PH

    The establishment of new PMVICs is currently delayed, however, because of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee’s ongoing investigation to look into motorists’ complaints. Some of the issues raised by the public are the high testing fees (originally) charged by PMVICs and the inconsistent results of the tests, as well as the lack of consultation with stakeholders prior to the launch of the new Motor Vehicle Inspection System.

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    is there an adequate number of reach-able testing facilities?

    will they require this of all vehicles, this time?

    comment nga ng iba,
    "why require it of private vehicles, and not require it of PU vehicles? it's common knowledge, the PU vehicles stand a better chance of failing."
    Last edited by dr. d; June 24th, 2021 at 10:11 AM.

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    I'm sure the MVIS will be required after next year's elections.

    Its technically a good move

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    #465
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    I'm sure the MVIS will be required after next year's elections.

    Its technically a good move
    When the MVIS lobby group's candidate will win the elections I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigkal View Post
    When the MVIS lobby group's candidate will win the elections I think.
    Technically, all "administrations" start well. Things change after the mid-year elections...

    MVIS is NOT a bad idea, wrong timing lang.

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    #467
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    Technically, all "administrations" start well. Things change after the mid-year elections...

    MVIS is NOT a bad idea, wrong timing lang.
    mvis is a bad idea, if it is not equally applied.
    "the law applies to all, or to none at all."

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    #468
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    I'm sure the MVIS will be required after next year's elections.

    Its technically a good move
    Technically yes, but in reality, will the investor spend more in hiring qualified people and training them regularly? Or will they opt to recoup their investment as fast as they can so the sooner they can let the gravy flow before a change in administration? If yes, then say hello to people who will check your tire pressure by banging their fists on the rubber [AI] Here's what they'll check during MVIS inspection

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    #469
    i have no problem with LTO implementing MVIS for as long as i don't see jeepneys on the road..


    if we will allow these vehicles out.. then this MVIS is just BS..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    mvis is a bad idea, if it is not equally applied.
    "the law applies to all, or to none at all."
    then all laws in our country are bad

    the way I see it. non-road worthy private vehicles will be off the road. hopefully next are public and government vehicles.

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