by Moneymax, on category "Lifestyle"
August 29, 2014
We commit some traffic violations when driving. Sometimes, the circumstance leads us to do so – like paying more attention to a pedestrian versus the traffic rules. Your car insurance could help you in case there is damage incurred from the traffic violations.
What’s important is that we are informed of the common traffic violations so we can avoid doing them.
Read more: 10 Weird Traffic Laws You Never Knew Existed
Here are traffic violations in the Philippines with their corresponding fines and penalties according to the Department of Transportation and Communication together with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board and the Land Transportation Office:
Penalty: The offender will be disqualified from being granted a driver’s license or from driving a motor vehicle for one year from the payment of the fine.
Penalty: The offender’s driver’s license will be confiscated, and if convicted, revoked with the driver being perpetually disqualified from being granted a driver’s license. The vehicle will also be impounded until after the payment of appropriate fines and penalties.
Penalty: The offender’s driver’s license will be suspended for three months for the second offense and six months for the third offense, with the revocation of the license on succeeding offenses. A non-professional driver whose license has been revoked will be disqualified from obtaining a driver’s license for two years from revocation, while a professional driver whose license has been revoked will be perpetually disqualified from getting a license;
Penalty: The driver’s license of the offender will be suspended for one week from the payment of the fine.
Penalty: If the non-registration has exceeded one month, the vehicle shall be impounded and released only if it has been registered and its corresponding fines and penalties have been paid.
Penalty: The vehicle will be impounded and released only upon correction of the defect and the payment of the fine
Penalty: The vehicle will be impounded until the accessory, device, equipment or part is properly installed, corrected or removed depending on the offense and the fine has been paid. Any improper or unauthorized device will also be confiscated in favor of the government
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