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        Vehicle Roadworthiness Test
        “These ‘birth pains’ must be addressed first”
        Department of Transportation (DOTr) secretary Arthur Tugade has instructed the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to suspend the implementation of mandatory testing by private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC).Tugade issued the directive a day after he came under fire from the Senate
        Bad timing, according to Governor Miguel Luis Villafuerte
        Para mas klaro
        Upang maiwasan ang kalituhan sa proseso ng pagre-renew ng vehicle registration, naglabas ng isang kalatas ang mga may-ari ng private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC) na nagsasabing hindi nila mandato ang magbenta ng insurance policy sa mga motorista.Ito ay
        ‘Change venue’ is not allowed
        The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has issued a new memorandum order which identifies the geographical areas of responsibility (GAOR) covered by private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC).This new order is in line with Memorandum Circular No. MC-SC-2021-02, released
        Tinalakay ang mga isyu punto-por-punto
        Hindi pinalagpas ng mga may-ari ng private vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC) ang mga patutsada ni Senator Ralph Recto sa isyu ng pagdeklara ng gobyerno na gagawing mandatory na ang roadworthiness test sa kanilang pasilidad.Sa kabila ng pagkakaiba ng posisyon sa
        “Mayroon basbas ba ito ng Malacañang?”
        Hinamon ni Senator Ralph Recto ang Department of Transportation (DOTr) at Land Transportation Office (LTO) na ipaliwanag sa mga motorista ang naging basehan ng mga ito para gawing mandatory ang roadworthiness tests sa ilang private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC).Ayon sa
        Testing heavy vehicles will be handled by PETCs
        Department of Transportation (DOTr) secretary Arthur Tugade has proven to be a man of his word after making good on his promise to make the Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) mandatory in his bid to reduce road accidents in the Philippines.Today,
        A negative mindset and disinformation campaigns are the main culprits
        Things have gone from bad to worse, says Iñigo Larrazabal, president of the Vehicle Inspection Centers Operators Association of the Philippines (VICOAP). Larrazabal is referring to the current status of private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVICs), as these new businesses have
        Mayroon na ring pasilidad sa Mindanao
        Pinagkalooban na ng Department of Transportation (DOTr) ng authority to operate ang limang bagong private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVICs) na matatagpuan sa iba't ibang bahagi ng bansa.Ayon kay Iñigo Larrazabal, pangulo ng Vehicle Inspection Center Operators Association of
        They’re under attack on issues of legality
        Though the organization has already heeded public clamor to lower vehicle testing fees, the Vehicle Inspection Center Operators Association of the Philippines (VICOAP) is still under attack from critics who want their operations either suspended or halted completely due to issues of
        The amount still covers the entire 72-point inspection routine
        Acting on the orders of the national goverment, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Vehicle Inspection Center Operators of the Philippines (VICOAP) have agreed to lower the testing fees for private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC).From the existing PMVIC testing
        Will this be a win-win solution for the stakeholders?
        The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has requested owners of private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC) to waive the retesting fees that are charged when a vehicle fails the initial road worthiness test. This move came after Rep. Edgar Mary Sarmiento, chairman of
        The possible return on investment makes it very tempting
        The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has formally announced that it will start accepting applications for more prospective private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC) to be able to accommodate the large number of registered vehicles in the country.No less than the Land
        Senator Recto cited 5 compelling reasons for his move
        Senator Ralph Recto has filed a resolution urging the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to suspend private motor vehicle inspection center (PMVIC) operations in light of mounting opposition from motorists.Recto's Senate Resolution No. 638, which
        “We cannot put a price on human lives”
        For the first time since the new Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) drew public criticism, the Vehicle Inspection Center Operators Association of the Philippines (VICOAP) has come out in the open to air its side.VICOAP president Iñigo Larrazabal defended the
        So far, only 24 testing centers are operational
        The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has decided to open up applications for an additional 200 private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC) to be able to accommodate the millions of registered vehicles in the country.Mark Steven Pastor, DOTr assistant secretary for road
        More PMVICs could pop up in the near future
        Amidst mounting complaints and protests, Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante has finally come out in the open to address the issues surrounding the new Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS).In an interview with CNN Philippines, Galvante first tackled the P1,
        Following a dialogue between local officials and LTO representatives
        One local government is finally putting its foot down on the private motor vehicle inspection center (PMVIC) debacle.In a Facebook post, the San Fernando City, La Union Council announced that it has moved to suspend local PMVIC operations. This development comes
        This protest action will be held on a nationwide scale
        An alliance of transportation safety advocates will stage a nationwide noise barrage on Monday, January 25, to protest the Land Transportation Office's (LTO) implementation of the new vehicle roadworthiness test.Larry Pitpit of Clean Air Movement of the Philippines said he
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