Articles about Government

Can anything be done?
A large pothole damaged my car. Who do I sue?Hapless motoristYou may sue the province, city or municipality for the damage to your car caused by a large pothole.The local government unit (LGU) has the duty to make sure that
Make the experience hassle-free
Once the three-year registration of your brand-new car expires, it's time to visit the LTO office near you to renew the registration of your motor vehicle. Instead of seeing it as a hassle, I see it as a chance
The issue now is implementation
Carnappers might now want to think twice before laying their filthy hands on someone else's property. Republic Act No. 10883--otherwise known as the Anti-Carnapping Act--has finally lapsed into law, and it carries harsher penalties for thieves caught stealing
Say hello to Department of Transportation
If there's one thing transportation and Internet have in common in this country, it's that they both suck. But can a major change in agency structure solve this? God, we certainly hope so.The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC)
To be followed by 1,470 patrol jeeps
So you won't think that your money is simply being pilfered by corrupt politicians to fund their obscene lifestyle, the government has released this extremely exciting announcement: It has turned over 55 brand-new Toyota Hiace vans to the Philippine National
Expect cheaper Thai-sourced cars
Thailand is known as the Detroit of Asia, being one of the biggest car-manufacturing countries in Southeast Asia. As much as we'd like carmakers to set up their regional plants in the Philippines, most have made Thailand their regional hub.
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