Articles about Traffic Violation

They’re watching
Remember the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) no-contact apprehension policy? Yeah, it's still in effect.Just because you haven't received a citation in the mail-whether for distracted driving, crossing the yellow line, or some other violation-doesn'
Higher monetary fines are also being proposed.
If one senator were to have his way, reckless drivers might be facing almost 15 years in jail instead of just two to six.Senator Koko Pimentel has filed Senate Bill No. 118, which will amend Article 365 of the Revised Penal
What are the consequences?
If you are late in paying for the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) fine, you cannot renew your driver's license or your motor vehicle registration depending on the manner of apprehension. If an enforcement officer apprehended you and you fail to
Good riddance
Are you tired of provincial buses stopping dead in their tracks in front of you to drop off passengers? Well, we have some good news for you: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that provincial buses loading and unloading passengers
The explanation is simple
Yesterday, we reported that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Regulation No. 19-001 had been published, and the corresponding fine for speeding is now set at P1,000 per instance.The report also includes a list of all of Metro Manila'
Your questions have been answered
Two days ago, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) published Regulation No. 19-001, setting the fine for violating the capital's 60kph speed limit at P1,000 per incident.Strangely, though, the document appeared to specifically exempt trucks and buses from
Remember: The limit is 60kph
Late last month, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced that it would be implementing a 60kph speed limit on all of Manila's major roads. Now we know how much the fine is.According to MMDA Regulation No. 19-001, the
Here's what happened
Let me make something clear. I'm not intentionally breaking traffic rules just to come up with stories for this website. That would be stupid. But seeing as I found myself in an unfortunate situation that had cost me P2,150, I
Clue: A lot
Today marks the first day of higher penalties for illegal-parking violations. Attended cars will now be fined over triple the previous amount, while the fine for unattended vehicles has increased fourfold. The fine for obstruction has jumped from P150 to P1,
Were you one of those given a ticket?
Do you think you're getting away with beating traffic via the yellow lane, buddy? Well, think again.According to data provided by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), a total of 289,154 yellow lane violators were caught via the agency'
The fine for obstruction has gone up quite a bit, too
Merry Christmas to all the illegal parkers out there: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just announced that effective December 19, 2018, the fines for illegal parking and obstruction will increase-and by a great deal at that.Below are the
What a bummer
Traffic citations are a bummer, whether you feel they're unjustly given or otherwise. Not only do you have to pay a fine, you also have to take precious time out of your daily schedule to line up and hand over the
Number one: Not wearing seatbelt
In the Philippines, more cars on the road means more violations. And with last year's pre-Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law shopping spree, whether or not the Land Transportation Office (LTO) would have its hands full in 2018
Where do you stand?
In case you've been living under a rock, the MMDA has recently rolled out the dry run of its rush hour driver-only ban and expanded high-occupancy-vehicle (HOV) lane on EDSA-from Magallanes to North Avenue. Oh, and that
Not all license holders are authorized to ride a motorbike
Are you familiar with the restriction codes printed at the back of your Driver's License?If you haven't checked and it turns out that you're not authorized to drive the vehicle you're using under the regulations set by
Think twice about doing it
We've all considered putting the pedal to the floor at one time or another, especially when the asphalt underneath is nice and smooth, and the road up ahead is clear. Our expressways are in very good condition as well, so the
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