Atty. Larry Gadon Expresses Reactions Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act
Atty. Larry Gadon finally reacts to the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act requiring motorists to install two bigger and color-coded motorcycle plates.
Over the past few days, the Republic Act No. 11235 or the “Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act” has been the headlines of several local news outlets and social media pages.
The new law requires the motorcycle riders to install two big plate numbers (Front & Rear) to prevent crimes involving motorcycles.
The Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act received massive amount of criticisms online especially from the motorcycle riders.
Recently, the Facebook of Atty Larry Gadon finally reacts to the new law requiring bigger plates by posting the video of a motorist showing the possible impact of the bill to the motorists.
In the video, it can be seen that the motorcycle rider removed the headlight to have enough space for the bigger plate (Front).
The rider also explained that they could install the bigger plate by removing the motorcycle headlight and replacing it with a smaller LED light.
Here is the full post:
“Ito ang panawagan ng KaTropa ko na isang Rider. Makinig naman kayo sa taong bayan.
May magagawa bang paraan para matugunan ng kinauukulan na ahensiya ng gobyerno ang hinaing ng ating mga riders.
Sa pagbalangkas na Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) ng Republic Act No. 11235 or the “Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act”, please lang, tawagin ninyo ang lidersto ng mga Riders, pankinggan ang kanilang mga concerns at recommendasyon. Ito ang aking panawagan.
Mabuhay Ka KaTropang Rider”
The social media users have also expressed their reactions on the incident:
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