The P5,000 fine is real
So you think that you can get away with using your mobile gadget while driving? Well, guess again. Electronic eyes are watching you.We all know that non-contact apprehension has been in effect for some time now, and we've covered
Riders, take note
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. The Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA), together with its revised set of implementing rules and regulations (IRR), is finally set to be implemented early
Hopefully this is final
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Last week, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) released the revised set of implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA).
Don't get into an accident
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.It'd be an understatement to say that the Anti-Distracted Driving law has caused an uproar among motorists. First there was the confusion
This law extends far beyond cars
So you've been pulled over for violating the Anti-Distracted Driving law (ADDL), and now you're facing a P5,000 fine. Think you have it rough? Try being a cyclist.According to the Department of Transportation's (DOTr) revised ADDL
Here are the new guidelines
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has finally released the revised set of Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) for Republic Act 10913, or the Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA).This comes more than three weeks after the agency suspended the law due to
According to Anti-Distracted Driving Act's rules
After Republic Act 10913 (aka Anti-Distracted Driving Act or ADDA) was suspended two weeks ago, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) didn't get, umm, distracted and went to work to revise the implementing rules and regulations (IRR).During a recent meeting
Some quick updates
Hey, weary motorists. Wondering what happened to Republic Act (RA) 10913, aka the Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA)? It made the headlines, and then launched heaps of memes. It was implemented, and then suspended. The last we heard was that a revision
"The IRR is faithful to the law"
A revised set of implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the controversial Anti-Distracted Driving Law (ADDA) will be drafted and published as soon as possible.The announcement was made by the Department of Transportation (DOTr), after a joint Technical Working Group (
And it's effective immediately
Unless you've been living under a rock, then you will have heard all about the Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA) and how much confusion and anger it has caused among motorists. Since it was enforced last week, the Internet has been
Just to make things clear
Earlier today, a Twitter user by the name of @thundermushroom reached out to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) regarding another gray area in the Anti-Distracted Driving law now in effect. The issue? What if the device is built-in on
Courtesy of social media
Today marks the first day of the Anti-Distracted Driving law's implementation, so either your gadgets are neatly tucked away inside your pockets, or you've busy all day dodging enforcers. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has already released guidelines regarding
We clarify with government officials
Ever since it was announced that the Anti-Distracted Driving law will be enforced starting on May 18, there's been a lot of hubbub about how the law will affect drivers and how it will be enforced. Chief among the discussion
Stop texting behind the wheel
Put those smartphones down people, because Republic Act 10913, better known as the Anti-Distracted Driving Act, will finally be in full effect by this Thursday, May 18, 2017. That's nearly one year since the bill passed the Senate and 15
In accordance with the law, that is
If there's one industry more hectic than the automotive, it's got to be tech. Remember back when wireless headsets were a 'must-have' accessory for individuals always on-the-go? With the advent of smartwatches and in-car connectivity, it
This has been long overdue
In one of its final sessions before the next administration takes over, the Senate passed an act that penalizes "distracted driving." According to a report by the Inquirer, the bill was approved on its third and final reading."While the State recognizes
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