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  1. Join Date
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    #31
    panu yan laging elf truck ang dala ko lagi pa naman ako naka paa ??mlagyan na lang ng poster yung maliit na salamin ng elf para di makita na naka paa ako

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    #32
    penge daw ng pang-krismas!

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    My version of the law:

    The amended guidelines are as follows:

    1. Carrying of Restriction Code 2 (RC 2) on the drivers license.
    2. HID-equipped cars must pass the light-scatter test and carry a certification from the LTO (ayaw ba nila yun... extra money! )
    3. All passengers of private cars needs to have seatbelt, including the back passengers. (exemption for vehicles not equipped with rear seatbelts, retrofit kits available at LTO)

    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. - (OK)

    * For carrying more passenger other than the normal seating capacity, a penalty of P1,000/per passenger. - Not necessary. Implement the seatbelt law and anyone sitting where no seatbelts are provided merit an automatic fine.

    * For defective accessories such as headlight, tail light, signal light, brake light, side mirror and horn a fine of P1,000 for the violators. Tama si basti... don't we already have a law for this?

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

    [amended]* Vehicles retrofitted with HID lamps must pass certification test for light-scatter and must carry LTO certification at all times.

    * 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. (sorry, I actually agree with this.)

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

    [amended]* All modifications to the original design of the vehicle must be certified by the LTO or DTI for reasons of safety. Failure to carry certification: Fine of P2,000.

    * Installation Open free flow exhaust pipe other than the original exhaust pipe a fine of P3000.

    [amended]* All modifications to the exhaust system must carry certification from the LTO and an accredited emissions testing center to demonstrate compliance with emissions regulations and sound ordinances. Failure to carry certification: Fine of P3000
    I second the motion!

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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by pup2 View Post
    It's difficult to implement, it's too broad in its terms and too limited in scope ... it's perfect!

    For giving the traffic/metro aides more kotong opportunities.

    It's for the elections in 2010. Kulang pa kc kinikita nila sa bank robberies,
    etc. So they're aiming their sights on us. Contribute din daw naman
    tayong mga ordinary citizens sa war chest nila.

    Unfair naman na big businesses lang ang palaging gatasan nila
    di ba?

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    #35
    Quote Originally Posted by magster View Post
    just copied from another forum PX
    under proposal pa daw ito....

    Soon to be LTO Administrative Order AHS 2008-035

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    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. - matagal na ito ha.
    2. Confiscate and fined HID headlights 4300k color and up - matagal na din ito ah.
    3. All passengers of private cars needs to have seatbelt, including the back passengers. - eto pa. matagal na din ito.


    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.
    - matagal na din ito ah.
    * For carrying more passenger other than the normal seating capacity, a penalty of P1,000/per passenger.
    - pano yung mga motor na may apat na sakay?
    * For defective accessories such as headlight, tail light, signal light, brake light, side mirror and horn a fine of P1,000 for the violators.
    - matagal na din ito ah.
    * 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.
    - is this including private vehicle? naka chinelas ako mag drive eh.
    * 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.

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    What do you think guys????
    most of these have been in the guidelines/law/regulations already. implement muna nila ng maayos.

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    #36
    implement nila sa lahat hinde yun pura sa private motorist, is it bec ang mga public drivera ang magaling sa mga strikes?

    maganda kung sa maganda but be fair, gawin sa lahat

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    #37
    what if the part was 'replaced' not 'modified'? pwede kayang lusot to? hehehe

    technically kasi hindi ba ang 'modify' is using the existing part ang changing its form, color, shape, etc? so when, for example, you upgrade the muffler to a free-flow type, you don't actually 'modify' the existing one but rather 'replace' it. hehe. wala lang...namimilosopo lang hehehe

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    #38
    what if the part was 'replaced' not 'modified'? pwede kayang lusot to? hehehe

    technically kasi hindi ba ang 'modify' is using the existing part ang changing its form, color, shape, etc? so when, for example, you upgrade the muffler to a free-flow type, you don't actually 'modify' the existing one but rather 'replace' it. hehe. wala lang...namimilosopo lang hehehe

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    #39
    so in short, gusto ng LTO lahat ng sasakyan sa kalye STOCK.

    that will kill the aftermarket parts businesses

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    btw, baket pinag iinitan ng LTO ang mga cars.

    i-phase out muna nila ang mga 3rd world na sasakyan... mga owner type jeep, PUJ, tricycle, pedicab
    Last edited by uls; September 15th, 2008 at 09:33 AM.

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    #40
    I think they should work on getting decent basic enforcement capability first. They can't even decently enforce against basic violations - no taillight, no brake lights, no plate lights, no headlights, even no plates! Minsan naka jdm o Euro plate lang, sa Edsa pa! And then they plan to implement "stricter" guidelines? It feels like a joke, if they can't even decently implement basic guidelines even at a major road like Edsa. :dunno:

    Quote Originally Posted by magster View Post
    * For modifying any part of the original design of a private vehicle without approval of LTO and the DTI a fine of P2,000.
    Kung ganito, puwede silang manghuli sa susunod na aftermarket car show. Lahat ng mga nakadisplay, huli.
    Quote Originally Posted by magster View Post
    * 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.
    So puwedeng naka-paa na lang?
    Last edited by Autobeat; September 15th, 2008 at 10:19 AM.

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