Here is everything you need to know about the Philippines’ Motor Vehicle Inspection System, otherwise known as the MVIS.
The LTO Bacoor office will become a transportation and licensing hub in Cavite, and provide LTFRB and MVIS services.
They’re not entirely against it, though.
Motorists will still need to visit an MVIS facility in order to get the visual inspection done before they can renew their vehicle’s registration.
The Tire Importers and Traders Association of the Philippines says that with new technology, a tire can still be safely used after it reaches the 5-year mark.
The office of the President has decided to no longer make it a mandatory requirement, however, motorists are still encouraged to bring their vehicles for inspection.
The MVIS has a battery of tests that checks your car’s road-worthiness, here’s a list of all of them.
Make sure your engine is in top condition and that your exhaust system has no leaks so you can easily pass the MVIS.
A friendly reminder from the DOTr, only transact with the proper and authorized personnel when bringing your vehicle to a PMVIC.
Preparing your vehicle for the MVIS suspension shouldn’t be a daunting task, here is a quick guide to help you out.
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The city moves to suspend PMVIC operations due to dissatisfaction over the Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS).
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A definitive answer as to when you should change your tires according to the LTO and the MVIS.