Instagram Post Shows How to “Get Away” with Number Coding

Instagram Post Shows How to “Get Away” with Number Coding

A local motoring website, TopGear Philippines, posted on its website an Instagram post showing how a netizen plans to “get away” with the number coding scheme in Metro Manila.

For those unfamiliar with the number coding scheme, it is implemented to curb the high volume of cars in Metro Manila especially during peak hours, much like the new one-truck lane policy. The number coding scheme is formally called the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program and more mistakenly referred to as the color coding scheme. It is important to note that the number coding scheme can be different from one city to another. So to be familiar with rules from city to city, read about the FAQs of number coding scheme here.

Back on the Instagram post, here’s what the netizen posted. For the purpose of keeping the identity of the original poster and to simply focus on the appalling idea of how to “get away” with the number coding scheme, we blurred out the thumbnails and usernames.

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The caption says, “Switch plates with dad. Walang coding coding sir.”

(Rough translation: Switch plates with dad. No more coding sir.)

The netizen’s Instagram account has been deactivated since.

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Instagram Post Shows How to “Get Away” with Number Coding






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