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    #101
    Hind talaga pwede yan sa metro manila. Usually mga ganyan magpailaw eh yung madilim tint. Hirap pala makakita eh bakit lalo diniliman.

    Pero sa probinsya sa mga bulubundukin eh kahit wrap around light palagay kayo ok lang walang bawal jan.

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    #102
    Quote Originally Posted by jjmd3_787 View Post
    Can anybody here give me a downloadable link that points me to the latest LTO-HPG-PNP regulations on LED and fog lamps? Karamihan kasi ng nababasa ko sa internet ay patungkol sa motorcycles...

    Nasita kasi ako kahapon sa isang TMG checkpoint dito sa probinsya namin. Although warning lang, bawal daw ang set up ng mga auxillary lights sa pickup ko: 2 fog lamps (yellow LED) at 2 white LEDs (non-blinkers & 6 bulbs each) - both are mounted on my truck's bull bar and are below the head lights; another 2 fog lamps (H3 halogen, yellow) on its roof.

    Am I guilty or not? TIA
    agree with oj.
    "cover them up."
    off-road driving lights are for... off-road!.
    foglights are allowed, but only in places where fog is a common occurence.
    also, there is a policy regarding how foglights should be mounted and aimed. low. even lower than low beam headlights.
    the policy has been there for decades now. why they are not strictly enforced, is something else.

    naka-kita nga kayo nang mas ma-ige, na-silaw naman lahat nang kasalubong...
    Last edited by dr. d; February 3rd, 2019 at 09:44 AM.

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    #103
    Quote Originally Posted by kagalingan View Post
    Hind talaga pwede yan sa metro manila. Usually mga ganyan magpailaw eh yung madilim tint. Hirap pala makakita eh bakit lalo diniliman.

    Pero sa probinsya sa mga bulubundukin eh kahit wrap around light palagay kayo ok lang walang bawal jan.
    Kahit probinsya pero public road, may nanghuhuli o wala, bawal yan in principle. Kasi kung may ibang gumagamit ng kalsada... ma bisikleta, tricycle, kahit kuliglig pa yan, kawawa sila.

    Kung talagang gubat yan o literal na tatawid ng ilog sa gabi, pwede... pasok sa off-road yan.

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    #104
    Quote Originally Posted by oj88 View Post
    By conventional reasoning, bawal yan. It has no business on any public roads. The best compromise is to cover them up. Only remove the cover prior to going off-road, as required.
    Actually you're partly right... but we encounter heavy fogs in our province especially when travelling thru Dalton Pass at night. It's not off-roading but on a public road (Maharlika Highway). Anyway, like you said, cover it unless I have to use it. Mas safe sa huli. Thanks

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    #105
    Quote Originally Posted by jjmd3_787 View Post
    Can anybody here give me a downloadable link that points me to the latest LTO-HPG-PNP regulations on LED and fog lamps? Karamihan kasi ng nababasa ko sa internet ay patungkol sa motorcycles...

    Nasita kasi ako kahapon sa isang TMG checkpoint dito sa probinsya namin. Although warning lang, bawal daw ang set up ng mga auxillary lights sa pickup ko: 2 fog lamps (yellow LED) at 2 white LEDs (non-blinkers & 6 bulbs each) - both are mounted on my truck's bull bar and are below the head lights; another 2 fog lamps (H3 halogen, yellow) on its roof.

    Am I guilty or not? TIA
    Guilty! Aux lights should be covered on public roads. Fog lamps are aimed lower for you to see the road.

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    #106
    Quote Originally Posted by ray_noel View Post
    Parang ayos yung set up mo sir...
    Pwede pa post ng sample pic?


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