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first_imgLTO central office issued Memorandum Circulation 2019-2167 (Rulesand Regulations on Accreditation, Supervision and Control of DrivingInstitutions, and on Standardization of Driver Education) last Dec. 5, 2019imposing the 15-hour theoretical driving course. * driver’s license and motor vehicle registration requirements andprocesses Also included in the theoretical driving course are the following: Geduspan said LTO-6 is now in the process of accrediting drivingschools for the 15-hour theoretical driving course. No student permit would be issued to an applicant who has notcompleted the course, said Geduspan. * traffic signs, signals, pavement markings, and road right of way * Republic Act (RA) 4136 (Land Transportation and Traffic Code) This new requirement aims to address concerns over the growingnumber vehicular accidents (12,000 deaths annually), according to LTO-6officer-in-charge Atty. Gaudioso Geduspan. * detailed topics / concepts for the safe operation of motorcycleand light motor vehicles * vehicle safety checks and basic trouble shooting cum practicum * fuel conservation tips and techniques * road courtesy, discipline and defensive driving practices * RA 8794 (An Act Imposing a Motor Vehicle User’s Charge on AllTypes of Motor Vehicles and for Others Purposes) In the current practice to secure a student permit, LTO simplyrequires the applicant to submit a birth certificate (true copy) and medicalcertificate. * RA 8749 (Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999)center_img “Wala gani sangexamination,” said Geduspan. The course will tackle the following traffic laws: * parking techniques such as the three-point turn, parallel,reverse, and angle parking ILOILO City – Beginning next month, applicants for “studentpermit” would be required to take a 15-hour theoretical driving course inaccredited driving schools, according to the Land Transportation Office (LTO)Region 6. * RA 10913 (Anti-Distracted Driving Act) * cockpit drill and driving maneuvers A student permit, sometimes called student license, is an official document from LTO that authorizesthe holder to drive a vehicle in the presence of someone with a professional ornon-professional driver’s license. * RA. 10586 (Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2013) * functions of automotive assemblies and accessories * RA 10054 (Motorcycle Helmet Act of 2009) * basic organization and functions of LTO/PN * hazard scanning and recognition, and road crash risk reduction * RA 8750 (Seatbelts Use Act of 1999)last_img read more

first_imgThe USC track and field team performed well in a field containing some of the world’s best athletes at the Mt. San Antonio College Relays, coming away with several first place finishes and strong showings.Double threat · Freshman Reggie Wyatt ran a season-best 50.45 in the 400-meter hurdles and also ran in USC’s champion 4×400-meter team. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan “There were a lot of good performances out there,” USC coach Ron Allice said. “I thought we had a pretty solid weekend.”Senior sprinter Ahmad Rashad highlighted those performances by winning the men’s 100-meter dash with a wind-aided time of 10.08 seconds. Rashad’s sprint is the second-best collegiate time all season, and his first place finish was even more impressive considering he ran in the same heat as 2008 Olympic sprinter Rodney Martin.Sophomore sprinter Joey Hughes added to USC’s first place finishes at Mt. Sac, winning the men’s 400-meter dash with a time of 45.37.In addition to being the fastest time at the Invitational, the time placed Hughes fifth in the world, second in the country and eighth on the Trojans’ all-time list in the event.The USC hurdlers also made their presence felt. Junior Brendan Ames finished first in the men’s 110-meter high hurdles with a time of 13.80, a new personal best. Freshman Reggie Wyatt also ran his best time of the season in the men’s 400-meter intermediate hurdles, a 50.45 that was good enough for a second place finish behind two-time NCAA champion Jeshua Anderson of Washington State.Hughes and Wyatt, along with redshirt sophomore Bryshon Nellum and senior Nate Anderson ,made up the men’s 4×400-meter relay team, which closed the Mt. Sac Invitational with a winning time of 3:03.70.“All four of those guys ran great legs,” Allice said. “It was really the ultimate team effort.”For the USC women, senior Elizabeth Olear won the 400-meter dash with a time of 53.95, a second better than her previous personal record. Senior hurdler Shalina Clarke also had a solid day, placing third with a time of 13.38 in the women’s 100-meter high hurdles.Next up for USC is the Triton Invitational on April 23, hosted by UC San Diego, and the USC-UCLA dual meet the following week. Allice said the meet helped prepare USC for the rest of the season.“Now we start evaluating where we stand as far as the dual meet and within the conference,” Allice said. “We now have a much clearer picture than we did before. From here on in, it’s championship time.”last_img read more