Sunday, August 26, 2012

LTO Commemorative Plate Number Coding Exemption

I still get a lot of hits when look around for MMDA Number Coding Exemptions for using special commemorative plates Are LTO commemorative plates really exempted from MMDA Number Coding? or from Makati number coding? the answer: NO, they're not exempted. You can only display the commemorative plates above your car plate number, never on top of the original plates. Even if you were promised number coding exemption by the seller of the special plates, you simply cannot avoid/go around the law by using the plates, either if you're using Ateneo, DLSU, UP, PNP, NBI, Lawyer or any other plate that cost so much (outrageous price but usually PhP2000.00/plate) unless ou want the vanity plate of the three letters and two numbers plate priced at PhP25k each, you're still under number coding

Saturday, August 18, 2012

DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo Plane Crashes Near Masbate

Breaking news: the cessna plane containing DILG secretary Jesse Robredo crashes near Masbat the pilot made a communication to make an emergency landing in Masbate but crashed landed to the sea before it reached masbate it was in the latest news of ABS-CBN no latest news and updates on DILG Secretary Robredo's fate but search and rescue operations are on-going so keep your hopes up that he's alive any speculation on the death of sec. Robredo is not helpful. He's not yet dead unless you have proof or if the search and rescue operation is turned into a retrieval operation DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo is not yet dead, for the authorities are still searching for him. He's a former mayor of Naga City, Camarines Sur. No investigation yet on the cause of the crash as they still have to search for the hopeful survivors and plane wreckage. tags: Jessie Robredo dead, death plane crash, cessna plane crash masbate latest news jesse robredo dilg secretary

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Car Warranty Void When Flooded/Water Submerged

Just for your information, all car warranties are voided in the event the car/vehicle got flooded even if you have it restored/repaired at the dealer/casa this rule applies to Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Hyundai, Ford, Mazda, Suzuki, Volkswagen, Chevrolet, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes Benz et al so is a universal rule i think it's only the car's electrical system but also includes the sensors. best to confirm with manufacturer best to have your car insured with acts of god/acts of nature (AOG/AON) waiver