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  1. Join Date
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    Don't surrender license, drivers who violate traffic rules will no longer be required to surrender their licenses by the end of the month, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority said on Saturday.

    Instead, drivers are free to go as soon as they are issued traffic violation receipts.

    The new system is part of the MMDA's "no contact apprehension" program designed to enforce the traffic rules without obstructing the flow of traffic.

    Executive Director Angelito Vergel De dios, chief of the MMDA-Traffic Operation Center (TOC) said the new system would be implemented before the end of the month.

    Under the scheme all drivers both private and public that committed a traffic offence will just be issued a TVR without confiscating their driver's license and they will just pay the corresponding fines in any Metrobank branches nationwide.

    MMDA acting chairman Cesar Lacuna appealed to all drivers who have been issued traffic citation receipts to settle their unpaid fines to avoid further inconvenience.

    Lacuna said if the traffic offender failed to pay the corresponding fines on the date specified in their TVRs they will have to pay additional fines plus their vehicles will not be allowed by the Land Transportation to be registered.

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    #2
    parang nabasa ko na sa gt.com toh...

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    #3
    hindi ba dapat nasa Car Buzz forum ito?
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    how 'bout yung mga nagba-bribe para mkatipid sa penalty?

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