LTO impounds 41 motorcycles after implementing ‘No Registration, No Travel’ policy

LTO impounds 41 motorcycles after implementing ‘No Registration, No Travel’ policy

MANILA: The Land Transportation Office (LTO) reported that it has now impounded 41 motorcycles after implementing its “No Registration, No Travel” policy, which started on Monday, November 20.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • When did LTO commence its No Registration, No Travel policy?

    The LTO started implementing its No Registration, No Travel policy on Monday, November 20.
  • How many unregistered vehicles appeared in LTO's records?

    According to LTO, there are 24.7 million delinquent vehicles in the country.
  • According to the agency, all the apprehended violators were from Metro Manila, which is said to have the highest number of delinquent motor vehicles.

    Napakaraming motorsiklo ang hindi rehistrado at batay sa ating record, marami sa mga ito ay hindi nakarehistro ng isa hanggang limang taon. Hindi natin papayagan ito at makakaasa ang ating mga kababayan na gagawa tayo ng mga aksyon upang mapilitan ang mga may-ari nito na magparehistro (a lot of motorcycles are unregistered and based on our record, many of them are unregistered for one to five years. We will not allow this and our countrymen can expect that we will take actions to force its owners to register),” said LTO Chief Assistant Secretary Attorney Vigor Mendoza II, who also noted that the crackdown on unregistered motor vehicles is expected to be carried out across the country.

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    Per the country’s land transportation bureau, its data reveals that there are 24.7 million delinquent vehicles in the country. The owners of which either failed or deliberately refused to have their motor vehicles registered.

    Most of those delinquent motor vehicles, based on the LTO records, are motorcycles.

    On that note, the Law Enforcement section of the LTO said that they began deploying enforcers in areas where motorcycles usually travel, such as along Katipunan Avenue and along Aurora Boulevard.

    “The operation we conducted in Metro Manila should serve as a warning to all delinquent motor vehicle owners to register them in the soonest possible time. Huwag na ninyong hintayin pa na mahuli kayo dahil mas malalang problema ang kakaharapin ninyo (the operation we conducted in Metro Manila should serve as a warning to all delinquent motor vehicle owners to register them in the soonest possible time. Don't wait any longer to get caught because you're going to be in more serious trouble),” Mendoza warned.

    Photos from Land Transportation Office - Philippines Facebook page

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