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CONCLUSION: Philippines Vehicle Registration Ruckus

CONCLUSION: Philippines Vehicle Registration Ruckus. My asawa and I were heading out to our local Land Transportation Office, LTO, in Guimaras. After being told by a local insurance agent that our truck registration had expired last March, we had to sort the matter out. After reviewing our paperwork from LTO, I was under the impression our Ford Ranger’s registration didn’t end until later this month.

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Philippines Vehicle Registration Ruckus Pt. 3

“What do you mean our registration ended in March?” My significant other was on the phone with an insurance agent. The agent, “NicNic” has just informed my wife that our Ford Ranger’s registration had already expired last March.

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8-Year Goal Realized: Skipping Iloilo and Shopping Local

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Regular consumers of “Philippines Plus” know that I’m a crusty old expat. Sure, I could pretend that I never get irritated and that I’m always whistling “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.” But sometimes that bluebird on my shoulder takes a crap. However, not today, O True Believers, for on this Sunday, October 15th, 2017, an 8-year goal has been realized. Yes, we are skipping Iloilo City and doing the bulk of our shopping on our island province of Guimaras.  My asawa can now take our Aurora Blue Ford Ranger into the local market on our island province since our Governor and his Provincial Engineering Office took care of repairing our former muddy, rut-ridden road.

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How to Save Almost 100 Bucks on Philippines Pool Supplies

“How to Save Almost 100 Bucks on Philippines Pool Supplies” is today’s featured topic. Now for those of you that don’t have a swimming pool but still need chlorine, we’ve discovered a place where you can save some money on this item.

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Philippines Pitfalls: Tricycle Sideswipes our Ford Ranger

“Philippines Pitfalls: Tricycle Sideswipes our Ford Ranger.” My wife had just passed the home of an Australian friend of ours on a main road minutes from our home. Tricycles and motorcycles were parked on both sides of the road, a common problem in Guimaras, our island province.

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Conclusion: Dog Dispute Delivers Dispatch from Barangay Captain

Hang on, boys and girls. It’s the “Conclusion: Dog Dispute Delivers Dispatch from Barangay Captain.” One of our neighbors had filed a complaint at our local barangay hall. My wife and I were ordered to appear before our barangay captain the next day. Failing to do so can result in contempt of court charges being filed against you.

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28-Hour Brownout Grips Guimaras

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I apologize to my readers. While I haven’t posted on a daily basis for years, I have been wanting to opine about our local utility company, Guimelco. “28-Hour Brownout Grips Guimaras” is the latest installment of our ongoing battle with the lack of adequate infrastructure on the island province we call home.

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Philippines Ford Ranger Warning Light Woes Pt. 2

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We had taken our Ford Ranger to Iloilo City for service. Our ABS and Engine Warning lights had appeared on our dashboard within days of each other. “Philippines Ford Ranger Woes: Engine Light Stays On Pt. 2” is the conclusion to the previous post.

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