Once you’re caught, you’re caught
One of the most effective weapons against drunk driving is the breathalyzer. If you aren't familiar with the device, it is a gadget that's able to determine whether or not a motorist is intoxicated by reading his or her blood
Hopefully, these will be put to good use
It looks like the government is about to lend local traffic enforcement a helping hand in its fight against erring motorists.According to a report by the Philippine Star, President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a P330-million procurement of radar speed guns,
Will this make it to the desk of the President?
It looks like traffic enforcers may soon have a new weapon in their fight against intoxicated drivers.The Senate has allocated P20 million for breathalyzers in its version of the 2020 national budget. While the amount may represent just a miniscule fraction
To enforce anti-drunk driving law
As we earlier reported, Republic Act 10586--or the \"Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2013\"--will be implemented before the end of the year. Since the act calls for the acquisition of \"sufficient breath analyzers within four months\" from the
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Atty. Yves Gonzalez, the head of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority\'s traffic discipline office is reportedly leaving the agency to work for the private sector.According to Inquirer.net, Gonzalez\'s resignation will take effect on May 30 with retired police
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