Articles about Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act

The Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act is “seriously flawed and discriminatory”
‘Doble plaka’ law imposes P20,000 to P50,000 fine or imprisonment for violators
With an average annual sales growth of around 20%, the motorcycle industry has consistently left the automotive sector eating dust in recent years. As of March 2019, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) reported that the number of motor vehicles-cars and motorcycles
“The provision on front license plates was not in the original version”
Rider clubs, motorcycle manufacturers, and other stakeholders have been invited to join
To suspend or not to suspend: This must now be the dilemma of Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante after his agency was given instructions by President Rodrigo Duterte last week to temporarily shelve the implementation of Republic Act No. 11235,
Here’s what front license plates look like in Malaysia and Singapore
In case you missed it, President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to suspend the implementation of the 'doble plaka' law, otherwise known as Republic Act No. 11235 or the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act.It was during his speech
“I believe napasubo lang ang Presidente. I would give him the benefit of the doubt”
Senator Richard Gordon is breathing fire! Yesterday, he made the rounds of radio stations to air his side after President Rodrigo Duterte announced his plans to suspend the implementation of Republic Act No. 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act,
This motocross legend is also Duterte’s good friend and riding buddy
Senator Joseph Victor 'JV' Ejercito cannot hide his elation at President Rodrigo Duterte's call to suspend the implementation of the newly signed Republic Act No. 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act."For me, it's more like an
He wants to drop the ‘front license plate’ clause and lower the prescribed penalties
President Rodrigo Duterte has asked the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to suspend the implementation of Republic Act No. 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act.In his speech during the 25th National Federation of Motorcycle Clubs of the Philippines (NFMCP)
LTO chief to lead nationwide consultation on ‘doble plaka’ law on April 12
While the June 2019 deadline for the implementation of Republic Act No. 11235-aka the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act-is fast approaching, officials of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) are working overtime to come up with a win-win solution for this
“The conduction-sticker decal is a good option”
Apparently, they're all singing the same tune now.Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante assured the eight million owners of registered motorcycles in the country that metal won't be used in the production of front motorcycle license plates.Along
The saga continues
A Philippine Senator is reminding the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to be careful in drafting the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of Republic Act No. 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act or 'doble plaka' law.Senator Richard Gordon, the
Riders have been heard
It looks like riders' concerns regarding the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act haven't fallen on deaf ears.Earlier today, a dialogue was held between members of the Philippine riding community, the Philippine Senate, and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to discuss issues
'The provision on the size of the license plate is open-ended'
What's the bashing all about?This was the question of Sen. Richard Gordon, referring to the vicious attacks against him from various motorcycle communities after Republic Act 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act, was signed into law by
‘We felt betrayed by our fellow riders in the Senate’
How many ways can an individual group air its grievances? Let us count the ways.Through memes, social-media comments, street protests, hunger strikes, withdrawals of political support, and many more. Name it, it will be done.President Duterte signed Republic Act
The main issue is the large proposed license plate in front of the motorcycles
Now that the Philippine Senate has approved on third and final reading Senate Bill 1397, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act of 2017, the measure only needs the signature of President Rodrigo Duterte to become a law.This would mean
Relatives, officemates, police and military are exempted
After Mandaluyong City, now comes Caloocan City.Three councilors recently filed Proposed Ordinance 18-136 that seeks to prohibit two males from sharing a motorcycle ride in Caloocan, considered the country's 'motorcycle capital.'Councilors Rose Mercado, Marilou Nubla and Christopher Malonzo
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