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Update lang mga paps....

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  • Grabe nman lahat nlang bawal sa motor

  • Grabe naman lagi nlng motor pinah iinitan. Ang dmi ko nakikita sasakyan nka modified lalo mga 4x4 pick up trucks at mga hahaba ng LED BARS.

  • ang una nilang gawin kumpiskahin muna nila lhat ng accesories n pnsok s pinas. ano yun pwde bumili hndi pwde gamitin?!.

  • Kukunti lang daw kasi yung mga naka pick up na katulad ng sinasabi mo maliit kita nila dun, tapos karamihan pa mayayaman, eh sa motor pucha ang dami natin malaki talaga kikitain nila, kaya tayo lagi pinagiinitan, mga hayup sila ...

  • Naku kaka simula ko plang pagandahin motmot ko may kalaban agad hyst tsk tsk tsk...

  • Plagay ko wla na kc silang mapagkakitaan sa kalsada kc pag may hinuli sila video cam. Agad sila kya un nlng naisip nila puro tlaga palpak mga gobyerno...

  • dpat yan pg ngcimula n cla mnghuli nnman sbyan ng mtorcade protest nation wide coordinate s lhat ng rider club nationwide at khit hndi member!. pra nman mrmdman n mga kalokohan n gngwa nila!.

  • grabe yn boss, pag 4 wheels ang namodified e ok lng?

  • I think we need to have nationwide riders protest..

  • Tama ka jn Pres Mark C. Francisco pera lng tlg habol nla jan sa bagung implement nilang yan. Ginagawa nilang gatasan mga mc riders!

  • Diba nga pati motor bakak isama sa coding kung di nmn sila bobot at kalahati ... Sa maynila nga kdaming sasakyan ... Di kasali mc sa coding

  • Pati motor ginawan ng coding. Hnd ma.solusyonan ng govt cavite ang traffic sa lugar ang pinahirapan mga motorcycle riders. Hnd motor ang dahilan bkt traffic sa cavite kundi ang mga sasakyan na malalaki. Isa ngang paraan pra mabawasan at maibsan ang matinding traffic sa pilipinas e pag momotor kc mas maliit ang inooccupy na space nito!

  • That issue hasn’t even been laid to rest, and now comes to life a new story that another LTO order is about to be handed down—this time directed at vehicle modifications. We’ve been hearing that soon, the LTO will require owners of modified vehicles to secure permits for such modifications (as stated in the Department of Transportation and Communications’ [DOTC] Order No. 2010-32).

    Inquirer Motoring recently called LTO spokesperson Jason Salvador, and he clarified that his office is still holding consultations with key industry players (such as the car manufacturers, importers and dealers) before formulating the implementing rules and regulations on modified vehicles.

    Salvador cited DOTC’s Order No. 2010-32, formulated Sept. 8, 2010, “The harmonization of motor vehicle classifications of LTO and LTFRB (Land Transportation Franchising and

    CRISOSTOMO asks, what is an illegal mod versus a street legal one?

    Regulatory Board).” In it, he read out the “Guidelines and Requirements” of modified motor vehicles under Section 5.2: “Modifications involving safety and enforcements shall not be allowed such as the following … chassis modifications, extended chassis body, additional sidings of dump trucks, extended overhang, change of rim size, modification of handlebar and muffler, reconfiguration of body dimension and design.”

    Salvador stressed, “We are trying to define everything once and for all so it will be clearer and there will be no confusion.” He also said that after four years on paper, the LTO is keen on finally implementing the guidelines.

    The bottom line, he said, is that the DOTC and the LTO seek only to ensure the safety of motorists and of the riding public in general. If certain modifications already compromise safety and proper functioning of the vehicle, then it becomes a serious concern and subject to restrictions.

  • Huhulihin na rin ang habal-habal niyan?

  • daming gustong ipatupad na bataas pero trabaho nga lang na mgbigay ng id/plate card on time hindi naman nila mabigay.sayang ang mga tax naten paps