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How do I complain about a taxi driver in the Philippines?

How do I complain about a taxi driver in the Philippines?

Just call 0917-550-1342 or 0998-550-1342 and send them your message. You can also email them at [email protected] If you’re more of a phone person, then you can just call them at (632)4592129 (they don’t respond as fast as they do at Facebook, though).

How do I contact Ltfrb?

LTFRB Trunkline 1342

  1. Email Address: [email protected]
  2. Public Assistance & Complaint Desk: (02) 8925-7366.
  3. Admin Office: (02) 8925-7367.
  4. Office of the Regional Director: ((02) 8926-6346 / 09064637034.
  5. Records Section: (02) 8929-6789.

Where do I report my jeepney driver?

She said commuters may report overcharging drivers and operators by calling on their hotline 1342. They would need to report the plate or case number of the vehicle so the LTFRB can issue a show-cause order.

How do I report UV Express?

He said complaints have been received from UV Express units plying the Quiapo-Fairview, Marikina-Cubao, and Cavite-Makati routes. Delgra encouraged the public to call LTFRB Hotline 1342 or contact the agency through its Facebook page and Twitter to report their complaints.

How do I file a LTFRB report?

You can also use this downloadable form, LTFRB Complaint Form, fill-out all the details and proceed to LTFRB Public Assistance and Complaint Desk.

How do I report a driver LTO?

Simply message the LTO’s official main or regional Facebook pages, or send an e-mail. If the vehicle you are reporting is stolen, you can contact the LTO’s Central Command Center at 1-342-586, or use the CitiSend app (Android only).

How do I report a Colorum?

The Board has released information about how to spot colorum PUVs and are asking Filipinos to call the LTFRB 24/7 hotline ‘1342’ if they see colorum units operating in the area. One surefire way to tell if a unit is colorum – whether it is a UV Express, taxi or public utility bus – according to LTFRB Board member Atty.

Where do I report Colorum vehicles?

If a passenger spots a colorum vehicle, immediately report it to the LTFRB,” said Inton.

What is the role of LTFRB?

The LTFRB is a sectoral agency of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) which is mandated under the law to regulate land-based public transportation, and to safeguard the welfare and interests of the commuting public.

How can I complain to LTO online?

Where do I report Colorum Vehicles?

How much is the fine for Colorum car in the Philippines?

If apprehended, each bus or van operating without the special permit can be considered operating as colorum and the owner can be fined with PHP1 million and PHP200,000 penalty, respectively.

What is the meaning of RA 4136?

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 4136. AN ACT TO COMPILE THE LAWS RELATIVE TO LAND TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC RULES, TO CREATE A LAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

What law is LTFRB?

How do I report a reckless driver LTO?

One of which is by sending a report through the LTO’s official social media page, including the official social media pages of their regional offices. The second is by sending an email to the [email protected] You may also send in reports by calling the hotline 1-342-586 or use the CitiSend app.

How much is a reckless driving ticket in the Philippines?

2. Driving under the influence

First offense – P5,000 – 2-month license suspension
Second offense – P6,000 – 3-month license suspension
Third offense – P7,000 – 6-month license suspension
Beyond third offense – P10,000 – The license will be revoked

How do I file a complaint against LTFRB?

You can also try calling 459-2129 or sending an e-mail to [email protected] But, if you’re really up for it, they say that their hotline number (1342) is open 24/7. LTFRB’s new 24/7 hotline number is 1342.

What is the LTFRB hotline?

The hotline is currently operational nationwide. The LTFRB also has SMS and Viber hotlines where you complainants send pictures and videos for evidence. For Globe and Touch Mobile subscribers, the can send their photos and videos to 0917-550-1342 while Smart, Talk n’ Text and Sun subcribers will send theirs to 0998-550-1342.

What happens if you do not attend a LTFRB hearing?

For complainants who do not want to attend a hearing, the LTFRB will send a Show Cause Order (SCO) or reprimand letter signed by the Chairman. The LTFRB will ask the respondent to reason out and explain why the driver or the operator should not be sanctioned for the reported violation.

Where can I send pictures and videos for evidence to LTFRB?

The LTFRB also has SMS and Viber hotlines where you complainants send pictures and videos for evidence. For Globe and Touch Mobile subscribers, the can send their photos and videos to 0917-550-1342 while Smart, Talk n’ Text and Sun subcribers will send theirs to 0998-550-1342.