No confirmation of franchise for ‘uso-uso’ vehicles
THE Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will not issue a confirmation of franchise to utility vehicles known as “uso-uso” unless owners follow a certain condition. The term “uso-uso” is coined from the word “uso”, which means “goes with the trend.” It is a jeepney rigged with an engine of a small truck, making it more powerful and faster than a regular jeepney. Several …
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