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PLGU Quirino to conduct two-day RFID caravan

Philippine Information Agency
02 Mar 2021, 16:38 GMT+10

CABARROGUIS, Quirino, March 1 (PIA)--The provincial government here in partnership with San Miguel Corporation and Metro Pacific Tollways will hold a two-day caravan on Radio-Frequency Identification or RFID installation.

According to Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Jun Pagbilao who is also the RFID coordinator, the caravan will be conducted on March 4 for the municipalities of Maddela, Cabarroguis and Aglipay and on March 5, 2021 for Diffun, Nagtipunan and Saguday towns.

The caravan will start at 8:00 am until 5:00 pm at the Provincial Capitol Gymnasium, Capitol Hills, Cabarroguis. Autosweep RFID and Easytrip RFID are invited during the Caravan.

"Based on the records of the Land Transportation Office, we have over 1,000 vehicles out of the 5,000 vehicles that can avail of the RFID installation," Pagbilao said.

The vehicle owners can now get their application forms at the PSWDO or they fill out the application forms through the following links: Autosweep- and Easytrip -

He further explained that Autosweep RFID can be used at Skyway, SLEX, NAIAX, START Tollway, MCX and TPLEX while Easytrip RFID can be used at NLEX, SCTEX, CAVITEX , C5 Link and CALAX.

"Car owners can register in both Autosweep RFID and Easytrip RFID for P500.00 for each sticker and they can just reload later," Pagbilao said.

Pagbilao reminded all registrants to arrive on time at the venue and follow the route provided by the provincial government to ensure smooth flow of the RFID installation.

"Make sure to bring your actual vehicle, valid ID, application forms, 500 pesos for each sticker for the initial load and the OR/CR of your vehicles," Pabilao added.

For any inquiries, the registrants are advised to call the Office of the Provincial Administrator at 0955-860-8648 (Jun Vincent Alay-ay) and/or Provincial Social and Welfare Development Office at 0927-675-4776 (Agaton Pagbilao). (MDCT/TCB/PIA 2-Quirino)

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