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don@to

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^^^^ exactly dyan ako nalito parang mag ka kontra yung 2 na number 3 :)  hehhhehhe
 

 

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Oo nga... can anyone please elaborate. :)
 

 

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The usual lines of argument of there rogue cops and traffic aids are: --->meaning yan yung mga sinasabi ng police/mmda

1. These Authorized Commemorative Plates are merely for "decorative" purposes.
2. These Authorized Commemorative Plates are to be placed above the LTO issued regular plates. They will even use your LTO-approved Commemorative Plates Certification of Authorization (CA) to show you that word "on top of" and argue that it means above - using their false understanding and interpretation of the English words "on top of" or "above".
3. These Authorized Commemorative Plates do not enjoy Coding Courtesy or "Exemption" from coding restriction.

If or when apprehended, please be advised to do the following ---> so pag inaccuse sayo yung mga nasa taas ito yung sasagot mo. same numbering padin

1.Point out the fact that any plates that are for decorative purposes or "for display only" do not need to have an expiry date as in the case of the Authorized Commemorative Plates as can be seen on the windshield Sticker that should be attached to the windshield.
2.Explain that the word "on top of" means to placing the Commemorative Plate literally on top of, or, over; thus, covering the regular plate. While the word "Above" refers to the space few inches "above" the regular plate, thus not covering it
3.Inform the traffic enforcer the Coding Courtesy is the reason why these Commemorative Plates are issued for a fee with an expiry date, usually one to two years from issuance. This is also the reason why the Commemorative Plate cannot be transferred from one vehicle to another, but only to the vehicle to which the plate, with windshield sticker, is issued.
4.Remind the apprehending traffic enforcer that this is authorized under Presidential Memorandun Order No. 405 and was agreed upon the between LTO and the Organizer and the LGUs as stipulated in the LTO Memorandum dated November 6, 1996 and October 6, 1997.

I guess coding excempt nga ang commemorative hindi lang talaga sa makati


 

 

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so for example

ang sinabi sayo ay:
2. These Authorized Commemorative Plates are to be placed above the LTO issued regular plates. They will even use your LTO-approved Commemorative Plates Certification of Authorization (CA) to show you that word "on top of" and argue that it means above - using their false understanding and interpretation of the English words "on top of" or "above".

ang sasagot mo ay:

2.Explain that the word "on top of" means to placing the Commemorative Plate literally on top of, or, over; thus, covering the regular plate. While the word "Above" refers to the space few inches "above" the regular plate, thus not covering it

gets?
 

 

don@to

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gets  naman kaso  parang ang sinasabi ng  tinype mo na mahaba eh  "walang coding  pag naka commemorative plate   ka??? "

tama ba pag kaintindi ko dahil dito

"3.Inform the traffic enforcer the Coding Courtesy is the reason why these Commemorative Plates are issued for a fee with an expiry date, usually one to two years from issuance. This is also the reason why the Commemorative Plate cannot be transferred from one vehicle to another, but only to the vehicle to which the plate, with windshield sticker, is issued."



buti ako wala ako commemorative plate :) 
 

 

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Papa Matt, specifics naman kasi it would be helpful din. Saan pinakuha? Ano ang pinakuha? Hard copy ng ano?
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oo nag moh dko napansin un ah... approve ba tong guidelines i mean official ba itong guidelines?
 

 

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di naman siguro bibigay samin yan kung hindi legit.. pero sige papa check ko tomorrow kung san nakuha ng friend ng dad ko
 

 

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di naman siguro bibigay samin yan kung hindi legit.. pero sige papa check ko tomorrow kung san nakuha ng friend ng dad ko

sir thanks for the time for checking truly appreciated..
 

 

don@to

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di naman siguro bibigay samin yan kung hindi legit.. pero sige papa check ko tomorrow kung san nakuha ng friend ng dad ko

asking lang naman kami , para  kung medyo may utak din yung pulis na sisita  mas madali sumagot :)  baka  kasi sabihin  ng pulis  eh  di naman totoo yan at ginawa lang diba :)  atleast kung  alam kung san office  galing  and may adress at may phone number mas okey :) 

inform mo kagad  kami matt , salamat ;)
 

 

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di naman siguro bibigay samin yan kung hindi legit.. pero sige papa check ko tomorrow kung san nakuha ng friend ng dad ko

Dude, tanong ko lang kung ano yung papel na binigay sa inyo? Letter from their office? Memorandum? Certificate?
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May 08, 2008 06:02 PM Thursday
 
Report cop violators -- Razon 
By: Alfred P. Dalizon 

SAYING that that no one is above the law, top Mamang Pulis Director General Avelino I. Razon, Jr. yesterday urged the public to report law enforcers who are traffic law violators themselves.
   
“We have a strict no plate, no travel policy and no one is exempted here. I also don’t need to emphasize anew the importance of wearing a helmet for one’s safety,” said Razon, a certified ‘Rider’ of the Philippine National Police Traffic Management Group said.
   
The PNP chief issued the statement in the wake of reports that some policemen are violating the “no plate, no travel” policy. There are also reports on uniformed officers or policemen in civilian clothes driving motorcycles sporting the improvised license plate ‘PULIS’ or ‘SWAT’ or vehicles without license plates or expired regular Land Transportation Office plates and commemorative plates in gross violation of the Land Transportation Code.
   
Razon ordered the apprehension of motorcycle riders including policemen and other law enforcers who are driving without helmets and those violating the “no plate, no travel” policy particularly inside PNP camps.
   
First violation of the helmet policy automatically means a P250 fine. Repeat offenders can have their driver’s licenses confiscated and eventually revoked.
   
He said checkpoints and chokepoints in Metro Manila and different parts of the country have been established to accost violators of the “no plate, no travel” policy and also to intercept motorcycle-riding criminals who are known for attacking targets even in broad daylight.
   
Razon ordered the massive crackdown on motorcycle-riding thieves in the wake of several incidents where these armed robbers have defied the police and staged daring robberies in the heart of the metropolis and other urban areas of the country.
   
The Police Anti-Crime and Emergency Response earlier proposed a new law which will compel vehicle manufacturers and owners to permanently rivet the LTO license plates on their vehicles saying it will prevent criminals from illegally transferring car plates to their getaway vehicles.
   
PACER chief Senior Supt. Leonardo A. Espina said the proposal, once enacted into law, will be a major factor in stopping all forms of crimes being committed with the use of vehicles.
   
“The convenience of exchanging or tampering car license plates has worked to the advantage of criminal syndicates and even emboldened them to pursue criminal activities because of lesser chances of being identified and caught, thus, we are proposing the permanent riveting of license plates on vehicles to prevent illegal transfer of LTO plates especially by kidnapping gangs and other criminal syndicates,” said Espina.
   
He said records show that of 83 motor vehicles used in kidnappings-for-ransom, 30 have no license plates, 45 had no records at all while eight had fake or tampered plates.

There was also a previous police proposal that would require vehicle manufacturers in the country to put the plate, engine and chassis numbers of a  vehicle in a non-removable aluminum plate at the front windshield of the motor vehicle. Such proposal would prevent law offenders from replacing the vehicle’s numbers and make it easy for law enforcers to spot discrepancies in the vehicle.
   
(The PNP leadership is asking victims of criminality and rogue officers to send their complaints through the following: Isumbong Mo Kay Tsip through 0917-8475757, the Anti-Kotong Text 0927-5151515; PNP TXT  2920, DILG Patrol 117 or  e-mail at tsip1@pnp.gov.ph or tsip@pnp.gov.ph)
 

 

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asking lang naman kami , para  kung medyo may utak din yung pulis na sisita  mas madali sumagot :)  baka  kasi sabihin  ng pulis  eh  di naman totoo yan at ginawa lang diba :)  atleast kung  alam kung san office  galing  and may adress at may phone number mas okey :) 

inform mo kagad  kami matt , salamat ;)
x2  ;)
 

 

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Found this kanina lang.

http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Motoring&p=49&type=2&sec=33&aid=2008051314

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From commemorative to decorative
MOTORING TODAY By Ray Butch Gamboa, SPMJ
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
The latest ruling from the Department of Transportation & Communications (DOTC) regarding the use and issuance of commemorative plates says, “The commemorative plate shall not be superimposed over the regular plate. It shall be installed in front of a motor vehicle either at the right side or left side of the regular plate. As such, the regular plate shall be maintained in the space provided for the purpose. Removal thereof shall be deemed a violation of this order. No commemorative plate shall be installed at the rear of a motor vehicle. Placing the commemorative plate at the rear of a motor vehicle shall be strictly prohibited and penalized accordingly.”

I have no quarrel against this new ruling. Actually I feel that it should have been issued as soon as the “color-coding” scheme of the MMDA was implemented to have an even playing field for everyone. It’s common knowledge that having a commemorative plate gives one undue advantage as it hides the regular plate at the front of the vehicle and therefore would make it difficult for traffic enforcers to immediately determine whether you should be out of the road or not.

My only concern is whether this new ruling was given ample publicity and a given period long enough for motorists who have such plates to know the new order regarding installation and implement the changes. If not, such deficiency could be a cause for harassment and eventually extortion by unscrupulous traffic enforcers who would take advantage of the motorists’ ignorance of the new rule.

I’m sure this new regulation would take a lot of attraction from these commemorative plates especially to those who cherish them as a way of getting around the MMDA’s “color-coding” scheme.
 

 

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Found this kanina lang.

http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Motoring&p=49&type=2&sec=33&aid=2008051314


damn this MMDA... wla na d na makakaiwas ng coding..... dapat problemahin nlng nila ang pag papaganda ng metro manila...