LTO suspends license of road rage driver for 3 months

LTO suspends license of Subic road rage driver for 3 months

/ 04:45 AM February 21, 2024

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has suspended for 90 days the license of a driver who repeatedly struck with her Toyota Fortuner (conduction sticker No. Z7N788) another car, a Hyundai Eon, in a road rage incident at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Zambales province.

In a statement on Monday, LTO chief Assistant Secretary Vigor Mendoza II said the woman was ordered to submit a notarized explanation and attend an ongoing investigation being conducted by the LTO Central Luzon office.

“I will personally check the updates of this case, because the reckless behavior she showed should not be how a decent motorist should act on the road,” Mendoza added.


READ: LTO suspends license, summons driver in Subic road rage incident


The ongoing LTO investigation was on top of a police probe for a case of frustrated homicide. Based on the initial findings of the LTO and police, the Fortuner driver, a resident of Morong, Bataan, tried but failed to overtake the Eon on Feb. 15 inside the freeport zone.

In an apparent rage, she struck the other vehicle repeatedly before fleeing. —DEXTER CABALZA

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