There are a couple of reasons why you might buy a second car. Either you need one for different purposes, or, you want to beat the number coding scheme in EDSA.
Well, that second reason may become invalid soon as the Metro Manila Development Authority wants motorists to have the same plate ending number of their brand-new cars as their old ones.
MMDA Chairman Romando Artes is proposing to President Rodrigo Duterte for the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to issue the same license plate ending number to existing car owners when they register a brand-new one.
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This would really affect affluent car owners who are thinking of buying secondary vehicles just to beat the number coding scheme.
What’s more, the MMDA is also proposing a new number coding scheme that will ban cars for two days.