MMDA: ‘Coding’ covers cars with conduction stickers
MANILA, Philippines – The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) yesterday reminded motorists that it has expanded the coverage of the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) or the number coding scheme to include brand new vehicles without license plates but with conduction stickers.
“In view of the temporary unavailability of license plates from the Land Transportation Office and for the purpose of the implementation of the UVVRP, the last numerical digit of the conduction stickers shall determine the day the vehicle is covered by the number coding,” MMDA chairman Francis Tolentino said.
He said dealers and owners of brand new vehicles are required to prominently display the conduction sticker numbers on the spaces allotted for regular license plates.
Violators of the new guideline will be fined P300, Tolentino said.