LTO offices in NCR, Laguna, and Bataan resume operations. Bear in mind that these offices are operating at 50% capacity due to health and safety restrictions.
LTO grants licenses and permits that expired during MECQ an extension of validity up to September 30.
The towns of San Pablo, Laguna and San Mateo, Isabela are prohibiting backriding for the time being, in observance of GCQ.
LTO has once again extended the validity of vehicle registration and driver’s licenses, owing to new restrictions that have prompted it to temporarily close their offices.
Despite transition from ECQ to MECQ, LTO offices will remain closed for the remainder of MECQ.
Essential workers are allowed to backride in MECQ areas owing to the shut down of public transportation.
Due to the MECQ, LTO is giving vehicles due for registration another extension.
Transactions with the LTO in MECQ areas will be suspended for the next two weeks.
At least we can ride our bicycles for now.
The motorcycle industry may soon be able to restart.
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Triumph taps Ricky Carmichael to show off the abilities of the Tiger 1200.
Ducati’s DesertX will be launching soon, but you can see it teased in webisodes next week.
Congress wants to streamline electric vehicle manufacturing and assembly in the country by establishing regulatory framework.
A French court ruled that the Peugeot Metropolis copied the Piaggio MP3's leaning front wheel mechanism.
Big bikes and show and race cars not included in upcoming ‘Anti-muffler’ ordinance of Manila.
Chinese motorcycle maker copies Honda’s Africa Twin adventure bike with an engine half the size.
The Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) is envisioned to be the first 'hybrid' expressway to allow pedestrian and cyclist access, but still not small-displacement motorcycles.
Yamaha India officially launches the R15 and R15M Version 4, packed with performance and convenience features standard on bigger bikes.
Author of the Anti-muffler ordinance, Coun. JVT Villanueva, says decibel meter will be used by apprehending officers. If not, they cannot catch offenders.