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  1. Change to the change. After 2 days LTO has changed back to the old way on medical certificates for Driver Licenses. Back to the hard copy! https://www.topgear.com.ph/news/motoring-news/lto-medical-certificate-hard-copy-a958-20190109?ref=article_popular
  2. https://news.abs-cbn.com/business/01/07/19/lto-starts-implementing-new-policy-on-drivers-license?fbclid=IwAR1YN6DCRY43pBrvY7HiQSSJpJKZGpTuH6tnsSOYwKMluwW1e9jDh-keMTY MANILA - The Land Transportation Office (LTO) on Monday advised drivers applying for a license that starting this week, some of its offices will only accept medical certificates submitted online by accredited clinics and doctors. The LTO said the new policy also applies to drivers applying for student permits as well as those who are renewing their license. The new policy took effect on Monday in the National Capital Region (NCR) and in Region 11. LTO-NCR published a list of accredited clinics and doctors on its Facebook page. The policy will also be implemented in Regions 5, 4A, 4B, 7 on Monday, January 14. It will take effect on Jan. 21 in Regions 6 and 9; in Regions 1, 2 and 3 on Jan. 28; and in Regions 10, 8, Cordillera Administrative Regiona and CARAGA on Feb. 4. LTO Region 1 Director Teofilo Guadiz said the measure is meant to address the issue of fake medical certificates. People applying for a license, however, said the LTO should have accredited more clinics and doctors first before rolling out the new system. Many are complaining that the new system has resulted in long lines in accredited clinics and made the license application process slower instead of speeding it up. "Kailangan ko makipagsapalaran sa lisensya lang, (I needed to endure a lot just to get a license)," said Richard Dofredo, who was applying for a license. Guadiz, meanwhile, said the situation would improve in the coming days. "Hindi pa po kasi na-accredit lahat yung mga clinics so nagkakaroon po ng backlog (There's a backlog because many clinics have yet to be accredited)," Guadiz said. "We apologize for what we call the birth pains since this is just the first day of our operations," he added.
  3. Another alternative is the 13A and it's ALOT cheaper!
  4. https://www.rappler.com/nation/219592-american-suspect-body-dumping-pasig-river-background
  5. Hope these two enjoy the rest of their life in a Philippines jail.
  6. Ram1957

    A Hit Job In Subic Bay!

    This is "their" cure for these types of incidents. They didn't consider that most motorcycles used for this purpose don't have plates on them. What will be done, nothing. This type of assassination has been going on here for decades and as long as they want someone dead they will continue to use this method. Very rare to catch the criminals doing this, that's why they continue doing it. http://www.manilastandard.net/news/national/281335/bigger-license-plates-for-motorbikes-okd.html
  7. The best thing Eric could have done was walk away. Good advice for anyone that should find themselves in a situation like that with locals. Most of the time it turns out bad for the foreigner!
  8. With all the laws they have on the books that they don't enforce. I don't think they will add another law that won't be enforced here in Dumaguete.
  9. This "no parking no car" is for Metro Manila only.
  10. Ram1957

    Laws Are starting to be enforced Negros

    UPDATE FROM FACEBOOK: On the helmet implementation The latest would be that the LTO will implement the RA 10054 Or the Helmet Law along the National Highways. Apprehension of no helmet inside the city is put on hold until further notice but we will slowly implement it. Information drive will be conducted for widest dissemination.- Mayor felipe Remollo
  11. Ram1957

    Laws Are starting to be enforced Negros

    The HPG are the one's that are enforcing this with their checkpoints. TMO Traffic Enforcers are not enforcing this law. I was at the Dumaguete LTO last week and they were extremely busy with those who got tickets for not wearing helmets. One individual decided to run the checkpoint and got a P12,000 fine when they were caught by the HPG.
  12. This might help. https://www.autoindustriya.com/auto-industry-news/license-plates-from-2013-2016-could-be-released-soon.html
  13. Ram1957

    PNP Plates

    http://autocar.com.ph/hpg-bust-commemorative-plates-owners-thought-they-were-safe/
  14. Ram1957

    PNP Plates

    I think he's talking about this. http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/metro/657628/hpg-cracks-down-on-unauthorized-commemorative-plates/story/
  15. Internet check-in is a joke on Cebu Pacific. We checked in online and went through security only having to go out of the secure area when our names were called to report to the Cebu Pacific check-in desk. We had only carry-on baggage.
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