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SkyMan
26 minutes ago, fivestarph said:
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The LTO has already denied that there are ongoing operations against modified SUVs and pickup trucks—according to the agency, it is merely implementing laws that are already in place. There is already ongoing dialogue between the members of the Philippine off-roading community and the LTO.

But the existing law is so broad as to cover anything like plugging a fan into your cigarette lighter.  No wonder my multicab rego is for a "truck w/canopy" and since I prefer to leave the fiberglass canopy off, I have to throw it in the back and haul it down to the smake test place every year to get registered.  WTFO?

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