Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque Says Private Vehicles Need Either Emission or Vehicle Inspection Certificate for Registration

Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said that private vehicles need either emission or vehicle inspection certificate for registration.

On Friday (February 12, 2021), Harry Roque announced that private vehicles does not need to undergo Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) but they have the choice to choose either getting a certificate from emission centers or private motor vehicle inspection centers.

Roque clarified the announcement after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the deferment of Mandatory vehicle inspection in Private Motor Vehicle Inspection Centers due to additional cost.

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“Ang mga operator ng PMVIC ay nagsabi na ang singil [na] nila ay kapareho lang ng emission centers na P600. Dalawa po iyong puwede ninyong isumite: iyong [galing sa] emission [centers] na dati na o iyong sa MVIS (motor vehicle inspection service) [under PMVIC],” Roque said.

President Duterte cancels the mandate to private vehicles to undergo a 73-point road worthy inspection considering the situation of the Filipino motorist amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier, the lawmakers called out for the scrapping of 138 PMVIC nationwide, which would charge an additional fee of P1, 800 for each vehicles seeking for registration. Vehicles that will fail the test need to undergo repairs and need to pay another P900 re-inspection fee.

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