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Malacañang Palace Says President Duterte Refused to Make MVIS Mandatory

The Malacañang Palace said that the Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) will be no longer mandatory for Filipino motorists.

Over the past few weeks, the proposed Motor Vehicle Inspection System elicits negative reactions and criticisms from the public. A lot of Filipino motorists opposed the measure and complained that it would just ask for additional fee.

On Thursday (February 11, 2021), presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said that President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered not to make the Motor Vehicle Inspection System mandatory to avoid additional fees during registration of vehicles.


President Duterte wants to consider the situation of the Filipino motorists in the Philippines who were currently struggling with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which also affects the global economy.

“Ito ang naging desisyon ng Presidente kung saan binalanse ng Pangulo ang pinagdadaanan ng ating mga kababayan sa gitna ng krisis na nararanasan hindi lang ng Pilipinas kundi ang buong mundo,” Duterte said.

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The announcement came after the Senate committee suggested the temporary suspension of the Private Motor Vehicle Inspection Centers (PMVICs). The lawmakers is suspecting that the proposed measure is prone to corruption.


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