You have been warned
Bad news for reckless motorists: It looks like you're going to have a harder time getting away with traffic violations in Quezon City now.The city has announced that it has implemented a dry run of its new no-contact traffic
You can do it via Facebook, landline, or the CitiSend mobile app
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) recently launched the pilot testing of its new Central Command Center (C3), which means motorists can now send reports of traffic violations and road incidents to the agency.You can get in touch with the LTO through
The app is part of the LTO’s new incident-reporting system
Motorists will soon have an easier way to report motor vehicle-related crimes to the Land Transportation Office (LTO), as the agency is set to open its new Central Command Center (C3).The C3 will enable the public to report lost or
It’s now being implemented in Cauayan City, Isabela
More local government units are starting to adopt no-contact apprehension programs (NCAP) in their areas. The local government unit of Cauayan City in Isabela has announced that it is now implementing the same system within its jurisdiction.According to the LGU,
This offer won’t last forever, though
Traffic violators in Manila City may no longer have to pay for their fines-if they take the city up on its offer for amnesty, that is.The local government has just announced that traffic and parking fines will be covered by
There is a proper time and place to make noise
Loud cars can be fun, but at the same time, there's a proper time and place to show them off. During a track day is one of them-while passing through a residential area where people are trying to get some
Traffic violators, beware
By now, you may have already heard about the City of Manila's no-contact apprehension program (NCAP), which uses cameras along major thoroughfares to catch traffic violators and record their vehicles' plate numbers. After the system was launched in December last
Nervous?
Recently, Manila City released a statement highlighting the effectiveness of the Manila Traffic and Parking Management Bureau's (MTPB) no-contact apprehension program (NCAP). According to the local government unit, the system has helped reduce traffic violations in the city by 25%
They’re watching
Traffic violators, beware-especially if you're in Manila City.In case you're unaware, the Manila City government has had a no-contact apprehension traffic program (NCAP) in place since December 2020. The system is composed of 27 different cameras installed
The MMDA has launched its new contactless payment system
We bring good news for erring motorists in the metro: You can now settle fines and penalties for your traffic violations via contactless payments.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has now partnered with the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) and
Just get your license via the proper avenues, guys
Yes, getting your Land Transportation Office (LTO) driver's license can be a chore. For the most part, the situation over at the agency's offices has changed drastically for the better the past few years-but we do still see some
Anyone here ever had to deal with the stuff?
Mold is one thing you definitely don't want inside your vehicle. Even just a bit of the stuff growing underneath the seats or spreading around unnoticed on your headliner can give your lungs a run for their money. Having to deal
You’ve been warned
To say that a lot of people are driving around to get their hands on an RFID sticker is a massive understatement. Some installation sites are currently flooded with frustrated motorists, and while the move to repurpose regular toll lanes has helped
You’ve been warned
Flip-flopping over exactly when to have an RFID sticker installed on your vehicle? Here's some incentive to get you moving: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that beginning December 1, motorists who try to enter an expressway's RFID
What do you think happened here?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has caught thousands of erring motorists since it rolled out its no-contact apprehension system a while back. But as effective as it is, the system, of course, isn't flawless.As a matter of fact,
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