SOUTH LUZON EXPRESSWAY (SLEX)

SLEX Contact Numbers:

SLEX Hotline: +6349 508-7539 or +632 584-4389 local 332 & 333;
+63 917-687-7539 (Globe); SOMCO/CMMTC Hotline: +632) 776-7676,
+632 776-7777

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40 Responses to SOUTH LUZON EXPRESSWAY (SLEX)

  1. john says:

    to slex/mates hinuli ako last saturday overspeeding daw wala nman maipakita yun enforcer sakin na capture nila. tiniketan ako tapos tinubos ko sa lto lipa, ang sabi ng enforcer magbibigay daw sila ng copy ng capture na nag overspeed ako pero natubos ko na lahat lahat wala sila maipakita sakin sa lto ng capture na nag overspeed ako sa slex. nasaan ang hustisya dto mga kupal na enforcer nyo, wlang maipakitang ebidensya pera pera lng gusto niyo. mahiya naman kayo. grabeng pang aabala ginagawa nyo sa mga motorista.
    umabsent pako ang sabi ng enforcer maaga daw dapat ako dun sa lto kasi my seminar pa daw yun pala wala nman npaka sinungaling ng enforcer nyo. tapos ilang oras ako nagaantay dun hndi pa pla dinadala dun yun mga nahuling lisensya imbes na mkaka pasok pko ng halfday hndi nko nakapasok. paki gawaan nmn ng paraan gusto ko mkuha yun capture ng huli ko ng sept 23 around 4:30 ng hapon ako hinuli sa km 56 bago mag sto.tomas exit actex. isuzu nkr closed van. wlang pinadalang copy ng captured ng camera for overspeeding daw sabi ng enforcer 83km/h. nagbayad ako ng violation na hindi ko nakita .

  2. Wilbert says:

    Grabe ang pila Ng Mga sakyan sa Mga toll gate! Parang Hindi expressway!

  3. Melo D. Cultura says:

    LTO and LTFRB doesn’t have rules about reserved tires for chassis. they just required reserved tires for tractor head only

  4. Melo D. Cultura says:

    CAN YOU PROVIDE US IMPLEMENTING RULES/GUIDELINES REGARDING YOUR APPREHENSION ABOUT RESERVED TIRES FOR TRUCKS CHASSIS
    because your apprehending trucks without reserved tire for chassis but you can’t provide our drivers basis about that apprehension

  5. Egay Buendia says:

    Last week, coming from Alabang, I experienced the horrible traffic while exiting SLEX in Bicutan toll booth. It took me about 30-45 minutes queuing towards the toll booth, after passing Sucat Toll Booth. The reason was, the SLEX management changed the way the Bicutan booth operates… BEFORE 1-booth exclusive use of ETC motorist, 1-booth dedicated for ETC+Cash motorist, and 1-booth for pure Cash motorist… NOW 2-booths were for exclusive use of ETC or RFID motorist, and only 1-booth to be use by Cash paying motorist. I hope they revert to the previous way they manage the booths to give equal space for ETC motorist and Cash paying motorist. Please have a heart to us motorist using SLEX, and don’t burden us with a terrible traffic caused by your management decision … we are paying for the use of SLEX, and give us the freedom to choose whether to have an ETC in our vehicle or just pay Cash for your road use.

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