Articles about Driving Under The Influence

Watch and learn how it works
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. As much as we try to convince motorists to lay off the booze and stay away from substance abuse before stepping into a vehicle,
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
Implementing rules and regulations to be released in September
The Land Transportation Office and other government agencies like the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, the Philippine National Police and the Department of Health are now busy drafting the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the public rollout of Republic Act 10586 or
A road-safety campaign by Beer Below Zero
Let's face it: Filipinos have a habit of drinking and driving, no thanks to the lack of concrete laws against it. You only need to check out the parking lots beside watering holes this Friday night to confirm this. But what
Someone can drive your car for you
Let's admit it: Filipinos love their beer and many Filipino motorists drive under the influence (DUI) of alcohol almost on a regular basis, no thanks to the absence of a concrete law on drunk-driving. While DUI is a very serious
Calls it "unconstitutional"
Rep. Winston Castelo (2nd District, Quezon City) is calling on his colleagues in the House of Representatives to investigate a department order issued by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) imposing high fines against violators who are caught operating a motor vehicle while
Make it 15 years in prison and a fine of P200,000, solon says
Although the Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Dangerous Drugs and Similar Substances Act of 2011 in the House of Representative is already on its third and final reading, Rep. Marcelino Teodoro (1st District, Marikina City) apparently thinks its stipulated penalties are
How does a P500,000 fine sound?
The House of Representatives may have just approved on its third and final reading a bill known as the Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Dangerous Drugs and Similar Substances Act of 2011 but one solon thinks the penalty being levied by
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