MOTORCYCLE Federation of the Philippines (MFP) Director Atoy Sta. Cruz said their group is amicable to the proposed bigger plate to be attached at the back of motorycycles.
Sta. Cruz revealed this during their group’s public consultation with representatives of the Land Transportation Office, PNP-Highway Patrol Group, Bureau of Customs.
Other motorcycle groups, motorcycles dealers, manufacturers, including representative from the office of Senator JV Ejercito also participated in the public consultations.
“Ok na kami sa proposed na laki ng plaka sa likod. Yung sa harap ang ibang usapan, tignan natin kung paano ma link yung batas sa gagawing Internal Rules and Regulations,” said Sta. Cruz.
Transportation Assistant Secretary and LTO Chief Edgar Galvante said during the consultation that all suggestions are welcome.
“Welcome ang agency sa mga suggestion ng lahat ng sektor para maayos natin ang isyung ito ng mga motorcycle riders,” said Galvante.
Record show there are about 18 million registered motorcycles in the country.
The proposed law for bigger and double plates for motorcycles had already been signed into law.