Non-Pro, you can’t exceed 4.5K kgs vehicle gross weight and for private use only.
Professional, you can drive beyond 4.5K kgs vehicle gross weight depending on your restrictons, can also use the vehicle for public use.
May difference ba sa liability kung pro ka or non-pro if you you are involved in an accident?
May nagsabi kasi sa akin before na mas malaki pananagutan ng pro license holder as compared sa non-pro if it involves the same accident. Is this true?
If both are driving a passenger car/SUV/AUV, walang pagkakaiba sa liability. But if a non-pro license holder driving a For Hire vehicle and is involved in an accident, the insurance company will not shoulder the expenses.
guys, just want to ask kung ang non-pro license ba pwede magdrive ng delivery truck na not for hire? na family business naman. hindi namamasukan as driver. sabi kasi ng iba basta truck dapat Professional license daw. ano ba talaga?
btw less than 4,500 kgs gvw ang tinutukoy kong truck. thanks
Pro - Private, public, government, diplomat & special equipment vehicles.
pero depende pa rin sa restriction,
kung non-pro, kung 1 lang ang restriction, motor lang pwede, kung 2, naman, mga sasakyan lang less than 4500 KGS gvw,
1 lang restriction kahit naka-non pro, di pwede mag-drive ng 4wheels, kung 2 lang ang restriction, 4wheels lang pwede at di pwede mag drive ng motor,
dapat 1,2 restriction, para makapag-drive ng motor at 4wheels na sasakyan.
ganun din sa pro, kahit 1,2 restriction kung walang 3, or other special equipped vehicles sa restriction, hindi pwede mag-drive ng malalaking sasakyan or mag-operate ng mga heavy machine...
paano kung nasa private firm at nag-dadala ng mga special equipment like forklift at ibang type of vehicles, at ang license ay non-pro..
allowed yun at bibigyan ng proper training ng private firm, once na nakapasa...bibigyan ng certification ang driver, na nakapag-operate ng special equipment. at nasa driver na yun kung gusto i-upgrade to pro license..
kasi bago naman kumuha ng restriction, kailangan meron proper training...
kung government vehicles, kahit kotse pa yan o tanke ng AFP, professional license required,
kung diplomat naman, strictly na LTO pro license ang hawak or international license
paano naman kung merong student driver na tuturuan?!
kung private car naman, pwede mag-turo ang non-pro sa student at samahan sa pagmamaneho,
pro naman ang kailangan pag driving school..magtuturo,
pero non-pro at pro ay pwede samahan mag-drive si student driver sa byahe...
kung family business naman, at nagdadala ng close van, as long as na private vehicle at not for hire...at non-pro ang license,
ok lang...as long as 4wheels, at pasok dun sa 4500 kgs gvw, pero kung magdadala na ng 6wheeler, kailangan na ng pro...
pag dating sa liability, pareho lang ang pananagutan...
if you derive your income directly from your driving, then you are a pro.
if you regularly drive a commercial vehicle, then you are a pro, unless you can convince the authorities otherwise.
of course, some motor vehicles openly suggest you are a pro, simply because you are driving such vehicle.
and unless you work in the boondocks, i don't think you can convince the authorities, that your daily drive to your office is a 6 x 6..