Articles about Traffic Violation

Southerners, take note
If you drive regularly around the metro, then there's a good chance you've been flagged down for a traffic violation. No matter how big or small that violation is-or whether it really was your fault or not-the worst
This will cover the past 7 years
If you've ever been pulled over for a traffic violation in the city of Manila, listen up. The city government says it will be erasing accumulated traffic penalties over the past seven years via a general amnesty program.Manila City mayor
These guys help apprehend hundreds of lawbreakers day in and day out
It's been more than a year since the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) rolled out its no-contact apprehension policy. If you often travel on the major thoroughfares in the metro, you should be familiar with it.According to the agency,
Is this allowed?
Smoking's bad for you-you're probably aware of that. Chances are you also know that lighting up a cigarette outside of designated smoking areas in public is illegal under the Clean Air Act, and can net you a fine between
Repeat offenders beware
Sometimes, you get the sense that drivers in the Philippines simply don't care. Simple-to-follow rules and regulations are broken or ignored far too often, and when motorists are caught, they simply pay the fine and go back to, well,
Oh, the irony
This video shows James Harden riding an electric scooter, being pulled over by local traffic police during a recent visit to China. We're not entirely sure what's going on, but the look on the 29-year-old Houston Rockets superstar
As promised
Pasig City's new mayor, Vico Sotto, is delivering on his promise to suspend odd-even coding in his city.In a Facebook post released by Sotto earlier this afternoon, he said that he has signed an executive order that includes the
Think twice before mashing the accelerator
Do you have a penchant for using expressways as an avenue to push your vehicle to its limit? If so, you might want to put this practice behind you, because the management team behind Skyway and NAIA Expressway (NAIAX) has announced it
A surprisingly easy process
It's not like you want to find out for yourself, but depending on the nature of the traffic violation, there are a few ways that fines are doled out. In my case, my driver's license was confiscated, so I had
Do you think it will push through this time?
EDSA's driver-only car ban might soon be a thing again.During an interview on CNN Philippines' The Source, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) special operations commander Bong Nebrija said that the agency plans to revive the controversial traffic scheme once
“Dapat mag-focus sila sa daloy ng trapiko”
Pasig City mayor-elect Vico Sotto recently stirred up social media when he announced his plans to remove the city's 'unfair and ineffective' odd-even coding scheme on his first day of office-to the delight of many netizens. In a
Do these accessories annoy you, too?
It should go without saying that equipping a car with blinking taillights isn't in the best interest of road safety. Not only can this modification be distracting, it also does a piss-poor job of warning other cars of your intention
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
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