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    Got this from the Philippines Information serivice website . . .


    Effective immediately, the Dept. of Trade and Industry (DTI) is waiving the collection of the P1.25 sticker fee and P100 processing fee for inspection of standard motorcycle helmets up to Sep 30, 2012.

    The DTI is likewise going to refund those who paid the P101. 25.

    In order to make it orderly and easier for the public to get their refund, the DTI will be using a First Registered-First Refunded Policy. Based on this policy, we are requesting everyone to please take note of the schedule below. Those who cannot come as scheduled will be served at a future date to be announced at the end of August.

    Date of Official Receipt (OR) Refund schedule
    ORís dated from June 27 Ė July 6 - July 25-27
    ORís dated from July 10-11 - July 30-Aug 3
    ORís dated from July 12-13 - Aug 6-10
    ORís dated from July 16-18 - Aug 13-17
    ORs dated from July 19-20 - Aug 20-24

    Requirements:

    I. If claimant is the payee:
    1. Original Official Receipt (OR)
    2. Valid Identification Card (ID) example: Driverís License, Company ID

    II. If claimant is an authorized representative
    1. Original Official Receipt (OR)
    2. Authorization Letter from the payee
    3. Photocopy of valid ID card bearing the signature of the payee
    4. Original & photocopy of ID card of authorized representative

    III. For lost Original Official Receipt (OR)
    1. Valid Identification Card (ID) bearing the signature of the payee
    2. Photocopy of valid ID card

    NOTE: Claimants with lost original Official Receipts (ORs) should collect the refund personally.

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    apparently the dti wants us to discard of our old helmets and buy new ones. that's the implication buzzing around.
    LTO has a diff angle in the story, they're not gonna back down because the helmet law has been here since 2010 and has been trampled upon for so long probably they've got some pressure because of the rising incidents. not good for election.
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    apparently the dti wants us to discard of our old helmets and buy new ones. that's the implication buzzing around.
    LTO has a diff angle in the story, they're not gonna back down because the helmet law has been here since 2010 and has been trampled upon for so long probably they've got some pressure because of the rising incidents. not good for election.
    the mark of a brilliant bikework is that it shines undeterred by the mediocrity of its components - i am the sportbike rebel!

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    I still don't see how putting a helmet on an untrained rider, on an unsafe motorcycle is going to make anyone any safer.

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    i've asked the same question several times to myself, and just shrug my shoulders as answer...
    the mark of a brilliant bikework is that it shines undeterred by the mediocrity of its components - i am the sportbike rebel!

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    True. You put lipstick on a pig and it's still a pig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flxibl2006 View Post
    I still don't see how putting a helmet on an untrained rider, on an unsafe motorcycle is going to make anyone any safer.
    Unsafe rider, Unsafe Motorcycle, Unsafe roads, Unlit roads, Unlicienced other drivers, Unbraked vehicles, Untreaded tyres, Unbelievable bo**ocks !
    The Helmets will happen, fact, it just the stupidity of it, here in Dumaguete they want to reduce the number of tricycles, but the helmet law will potentially increase them. Last weekend i took my gf and her friend for lunch on my bike three of us. After 1st August, i will have to take my motorcycle for me and gf and friend witll have to ride tricycle . . . its all Bo**ocks !

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    Hey, I heard from a reliable source that helmets with a DOT or other internationally recognized inspection organization doesn't need an additional sticker.

    Does anyone have the actual helmet law, the way it is written in full?




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    My helmets got an ICC sticker right next to the DOT imprint today. I am relieved and feel safer already.
    Went to the park again today. The tents are gone and found someone who said they were handling the DTI stickers at their office on San Jose st. next to hotel Nicanor. Got there around 9 and was too late to get a number to wait in line for the morning. Returned at 11 and put our name in for the afternoon number, waiting thing. Came back at 12:45 and was out the door for home at a little after 1:30. 3 trips to Dgt and about P1,500 in food, fuel, etc. and we've got our "free" stickers. The DTI office is getting congested already and there is no real flow chart type planning at all. Be prepared is all I can say. YMMV.
    Even if someone higher up realizes the law is misguided and it gets recalled, I've got my holographic ICC stickers and the joyous memory of the hunt which no one can take away.
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