Part of production has to be outsourced
The Land Transportation Office's (LTO) problem with the license plates of more than 18 million registered motorcycles in the country is far from over. This was what LTO chief Edgar Galvante admitted to the House Committee on Appropriations during the 2022
Out of roughly 21 million two-wheelers registered with the LTO
An official of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has expressed alarm over the number of motorcycles with delinquent registrations. According to Clarence Guinto, acting director of LTO National Capital Region-West, around 21 million motorcycles are registered with the agency, but almost
It shouldn’t be this hard
The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee will investigate the top officials of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) for their alleged failure to produce new motorcycle license plates. The move was announced this week by Senator Richard Gordon
Regardless, owners are advised to update their motorbike’s registration papers
Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante has extended the validity of the suspension order on the plate-related provisions of Republic Act (RA) No. 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act, for another 60 days.Based on the memorandum
It’s far from over
The Quezon City Regional Trial Court has denied the petition filed by Justitia Lex Machina (JLM) for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the implementation of the Republic Act No. 11235, or the 'doble plaka' law. Judge Luisito Cortez penned the decision
A major step toward the implementation of the ‘doble-plaka’ law
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) began releasing today the first batch of motorcycle plates based on Republic Act 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act.Some 70,000 sets of rear metal plates were released by the LTO-National Capital
JLM wants to serve their brothers on two wheels
A motorcycle club starts with a small group, usually three to four riders. After posting photos of their weekend escapades or just a quick morning ride to a coffee shop on social media, their friends later become interested, enroll themselves in a
Should this be a priority at the moment?
Yes, the 'doble plaka' law, also known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act, remains a hot topic despite the ongoing pandemic.Only a few days after the Land Transportation Office (LTO) postponed the controversial law due to the non-availability of license
Motorcycle owners have been given 60 days to update their registration
Land Transportation Office (LTO) assistant secretary Edgar Galvante has ordered all LTO officials and employees to defer the implementation of Republic Act (RA) 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act.In a memorandum dated July 1, 2020, Galvante cited two
They don't want to be caught up with the ‘doble plaka’ law
The clock is ticking for millions of motorcycle owners with delinquent registrations at the Land Transportation Office (LTO), many of them facing problems with the transfer of the ownership of their motorcycles.Other than the government-imposed lockdown that lasted for more
In case you lost the original document
Are the registration papers of your motorcycle updated? In case you haven't transferred the ownership of your bike, you better do it now because heavy penalties and jail terms await the owners who fail to comply with the stipulations of Republic
This has been a long legal road for motorcyclists
The Justitia Lex Machina (JLM) has presented before the Quezon City Regional Trial Court (RTC) as witness a rider who asserted that Republic Act 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act, is unfair and discriminatory to the riding communities.Attorney
A rider group has filed a motion for a temporary restraining order
With or without the COVID-19 pandemic, Justitia Lex Machina (JLM) remains diligent in its efforts to stop the implementation of Republic Act No. 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act.This group of lawyers who are also riders has
Ignorance of the law excuses no one
In an interview over DZMM yesterday, May 29, 2020, Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante finally spoke about the controversial Republic Act No. 11235, or the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act, more than two weeks after he signed its implementing rules and
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