LTO points present trigger order vs motorcycle proprietor over Pasig ruckus2 min read

The Land Transportation Office (LTO)


MANILA, Philippines — A present trigger order (SCO) has been issued in opposition to the registered proprietor of a bike who allegedly brought on a public disturbance in Pasig Metropolis, the Land Transportation Workplace (LTO) mentioned on Tuesday.  

Citing the SCO signed by LTO-Nationwide Capital Area (NCR) director Roque Verzosa III, the proprietor is dealing with complaints for 3 violations regarding visitors guidelines, together with unauthorized set up of equipment and improper particular person to function a motorcar.

It additionally requested the bike proprietor — a San Mateo, Rizal resident —  to clarify why he shouldn’t be held chargeable for the offenses after making a loud noise brought on by an adjunct put in in his bike whereas roaming round Barangay Santolan. 

LTO mentioned the proprietor should seem earlier than its NCR workplace on October 16 as mandated by the SCO. It added that failure to conform would imply  “a waiver for the company to proceed with the authorized course of.” 

A duplicate of the SCO was already forwarded to Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista.



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