Once again, it’s a New Year! Obviously, behind every new beginning are all those resolutions listed along with the bills to pay on a weekly, quarterly, and yearly basis!
This year, I’d like to pay off my credit cards!! So, I would need to work doubly hard, LOL!
Anyhow, speaking of bills, it’s the time of the year where we register our cars, again. Although, last year the Land Transportation Office or LTO announced that they will temporarily stop charging the P450 fee for new license plates, we still have to pay for this year’s registration despite not receiving the new license plates.
Initially, the standardization of plates was first introduced last May 2014 to prevent car theft, plate removal, switching, or any car-related incidents. In fact, the LTO has issued a Memorandum Circular No. AVT-2014-1895, January of this year to oblige the vehicle owners to replace their old license plates.
This is because the Commission on Audit (COA) has issued a “notice of disallowance” for the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to stop charging vehicle owners for the time being.
But, how will you charge something if we, vehicle owners, haven’t even received the “new plates” from last year?
So, this “new design license plate” shared by Kevin Rodriguez and Top Gear Philippines may come in handy:
“Anong petsa na” is a Tagalog remark for “What now?” or “Ano na?” We usually hear this if you’ve been waiting for so long or been on hold for quite awhile.
Anyway, may mga plaka na ba kayo? If wala pa, together let’s say: Anong petsa na!