How To Dispute Your Traffic Violations Online

Do you have a traffic violation that you’d like to dispute but don’t have the time to visit the MMDA office (and go through all the trouble of presenting documents, filling out forms, and waiting… and waiting… and, well, you get the picture)? Well, there’s good news for you. The MMDA recently announced that driversContinue reading “How To Dispute Your Traffic Violations Online”

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All You Need To Know About The Proof Of Parking Space Act

The internet is rife with videos of roadside drama often between MMDAs trying to tow a vehicle (or vehicles) and the vehicle’s owners. The reason? Illegal parking. An unattended and illegally parked vehicle will be towed by the MMDA right away. A 5-minute window and maybe a few honks from the tow truck driver toContinue reading “All You Need To Know About The Proof Of Parking Space Act”

The Proposed New Number Coding Scheme: What You Need To Know

Four months after the MMDA re-activated the number coding scheme (after a long lull because of quarantine restrictions, lockdowns, etc.), the public is now being asked to brace itself for a new number coding implementation where vehicles will be banned from using Metro Manila roads not once, but twice, in a week. Here are theContinue reading “The Proposed New Number Coding Scheme: What You Need To Know”

All You Need to Know About the Number Coding Scheme Under the New Normal

Everything is starting to look and feel like the old normal, huh? Everyone’s (well, almost!) back in the office, commuters are once again running after buses and jeepneys to get to their destination on time, and students will soon be attending face-to-face classes in schools. The only difference, really, is that we are still donningContinue reading “All You Need to Know About the Number Coding Scheme Under the New Normal”

Number Coding Scheme Starts Today

After more than a year, the number coding scheme will be re-implemented in Metro Manila under the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP). Number coding was indefinitely suspended in March 2020 when the pandemic hit our country and Metro Manila was under hard lockdown for many months. Is this good news? Let’s see. Unlike inContinue reading “Number Coding Scheme Starts Today”

60kph Speed Limit On Edsa: Yes or No?

Mayors of Metro Manila have set the speed limit to 60 kilometers per hour on main thoroughfares in the National Capital Region.  This applies to all types of vehicles, except buses and trucks.  Currently, the maximum allowable speed on national roads is 80kph.  According to the MMDA, the speed limit is being implemented as aContinue reading “60kph Speed Limit On Edsa: Yes or No?”

No More Window Hours in Metro Manila’ Number Coding Scheme

If your car’s plate is on ‘coding’ for the day, you shall not be able to drive it anywhere until 8PM – no more window hours anywhere in the metro. Before this was announced yesterday, car owners can still use their vehicles during the window hours in Malabon, San Juan, Manila, Valenzuela, Paranaque, and Pasig. Continue reading “No More Window Hours in Metro Manila’ Number Coding Scheme”

LTO Fines and Fees for Traffic Violations: What You Need to Know

Getting a ticket for a traffic or vehicle regulation violation means you will not only have to stop and spend a good 15 to 20 minutes negotiating with a traffic enforcer but also that you will have to pay the prescribed fee for the violation you committed.  It is both a pain in your scheduleContinue reading “LTO Fines and Fees for Traffic Violations: What You Need to Know”