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New lto testing

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  1. DavyL200

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    Soon, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) will be stepping up its game when it comes to vehicle inspection. The new process is called the Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS), and it replaces the old and outdated system for motor vehicle registration.

    In order to successfully implement this new system, the LTO will be accrediting several private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVIC). About 138 PMVICs will be opened in the Philippines as a whole, and once the implementing rules and regulations for the aforementioned will be released these will begin operations

    https://philkotse.com/market-news/car-parts-for-inspection-new-lto-mvis-8183

    Thought this thread should be in the funny stuff section as these people cant even print a tin reg plate since 2015,what chance is there of this ever happening!
     
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    Opportunity for political cronies to make money. It will happen very fast.
     
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    Somebody will make money out of it, no doubt about that.
    1. Chassis frame (structural rigidity, rust, etc)
    2. Engine (for oil leaks)
    3. Driveshaft bolt
    4. Transmission oil (for leaks)
    5. Differential Oil (for leaks)
    6. Parking brake wire
    7. Fuel hoses and pipes
    8. Steering linkages and gearbox mounting
    9. Steering Ball joints
    10. Condition of Power steering system
    11. Condition of radiator
    12. Spring bolts and nuts
    13. Shock absorbers
    14. Exhaust pipe
    15. Propeller Shaft couplings
    16. Brake hoses
    17. Front and rear shackle eyes, pins, and bushes
    18. Spring clips
    19. Brake hoses, pipes, and cylinders
    20. Steering idler/section shaft
    21. Stabilizer and bushes
    22. Engine mounting
    23. King pins and bearings
    Above carriage parts to be inspected in the MVIS:


    https://philkotse.com/market-news/car-parts-for-inspection-new-lto-mvis-8183



    1. Identity (plates, stickers, make and model), construction
    2. Dimensions (for rebuilt and locally assembled vehicles)
    3. Windshield and window glass condition
    4. Emergency warning device
    5. Car horn
    6. Mobile air-conditioning system
    7. Floor boards
    8. Fuel tank and fuel tank cap
    9. Appearance of car body
    10. Tire and wheel condition
    11. Seat belts
    12. Driver and passenger’s seats
    13. Door and door hinges
    14. Steering Wheel
    15. Rearview mirror and side mirror
    16. Clutch system
    17. Braking system and parking brake
    It takes forever to do a smoke test
     
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    They wont have a clue about any of this stuff,i can see alot of bribes otherwise the roads will be empty which would be nice. 80% junk out there now which wouldnt pass.
     
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    Looks like i will have to buy another car to use while all these tests get done on the one i use now :bag::arghh::banghead:
     
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    You mean they are not even going to check lights?
     
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    Oh they will count how Many they have but not check if they work :cautious:
     
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    This is exactly what I was gonna say.... Hahahaha.
     
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    Wouldn't have a clue? Well, here's a story: Recently helped a relative move house here in Phils. She wanted a front-loader automatic washing machine installed. I read the manual and was reminded of the transit bolts (I knew about these from the past but had forgotten - they are there to hold the drum in place during transportation) and how essential it is to remove them before operating the machine - else the machine is totally wrecked on first switching on.

    It stated this on a piece of instructions taped to the top of the machine - but, knowing this place (!) I made doubly sure the installers knew by placing a card with, in red, "REMOVE TRANSIT BOLTS" also on top of the machine.

    The installers' first action was to remove the installation instructions and my warning sign and bin them . By luck, I was there when they were ready to slot the machine into the space - so I inquired about the transit bolts. Blank faces. Not a clue. Transit bolts still in place.
     
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    Have purchased two washing machines, one in Bacolod, one in Dumaguete, neither had transit bolts.
     
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