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Parking Rights in Front of our Storefront
« on: April 14, 2015, 03:26:04 pm »
I have a boutique located in Isabela and eversince ang problema na namin yung mga tricycle na pumaparada sa harap namin. Naglagay na ko ng Customer's Parking Only pero matigas pa rin ang ulo, itatabi yung signage namin tapos dun paparada.
When we were new we would ask them nicely pero sila pa galit na magtatanong kung bakit saamin ba yung kalsada, we are located along the National Highway and the property is ours as well. Dumating pa sa point na magpaparada kame ng biglang may tricycle na sumingit sa likod namin, naatrasan sya, umabot pa sa police and whadyaknow pinagbayad pa kame sa damage.
May time pa na may sinita husband ko and yung tricycle driver pa ang galit and nagpakita pa ng sharp object sa asawa ko.
Gustong gusto ko ng mag pa renovate and gawing maganda yung store front ko and the rest of the commercial area pero paano kung papangitan lang ng mga tricycles.
Where do I start, saan ba ako pwede mag reklamo?

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Re: Parking Rights in Front of our Storefront
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2015, 12:19:22 am »
^ Kung may friend kang architect or nada construction, ask for their opinion on what to do para hindi mag park yung mag tricycle sa harapan nyo.

It is really hard to fight with neighbours as that's where you live. Ang hirap pa is you have everything to lose and sila di mo naman mahabol at di mo alam where sila nakatira. Don't allow the fights to escalate, befriend them if possible. Pag Christmas, mamigay ka ng shirts, calendars or whatsoever.

Sis, bakit ayaw mo sila ulit sa harap nyo? Di ba sila puede bumalandra nalang sa kalsada instead sa driveway nyo?

But sometimes, you won't realise it din, their presence can prevent theft/crime as mas frequent puntahan or daanan ng mga tao. Yun nga lang, if I'm in your shoes, I will try to avoid gulo. Mahirap na, di sa nangmamata ako but they are tricycle drivers kasi di sila makahanap ng permanent work for some reason, and minsan katakot kaaway kasi baka capable pa sila magbigay ng harm sa inyo - they see you everyday, they know your store, worse if you have kids pa etc.

Tsaka sa Pinas, you can never find justice as long as you are a landowner at ang kaaway mo ay di hamak na isang tricycle driver. You experienced it na mismo - sila nangharang, napa barangay na kayo, kayo ang may pera, kaya kayo ang magbayad. In the future, if ever sila mag graffiti sa gate nyo or what, kahit mag file ka pa ng case sa court, you will never see justice. And even at the remote chance you see justice on your favor, wala din naman silang ibabayad kahit pa anong piga mo.

So lesson - befriend them at iwas gulo. Be creative and act according to your advantage without them seeing it.


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Re: Parking Rights in Front of our Storefront
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2017, 12:03:34 pm »
We have the same problem. We have a store with 2 parking so no problem for us. Ang problem yun sa left and right side na store namin, store nila is auto supply so nagaayos ng mga cars. Laging puno kaya yun ibang customer nila nabibili, nakaharang na sa daan and hindi makapark customer namin sa parking space namin. Everyday yan ang problem namin.

Fortunately, sabi ni Duterte ayaw niya mga nakaharang sa kalsada, so we use it as our advantage. Unfortunately, hindi naman lagi sinusunod ng barangay namin. This week papaalisin mga nakadouble park, next week balik sa dating gawi.

In your case, sana nasolve na yan, almost 2 years na rin. IF not, sa barangay ang first step. You can also ask if legal ba yun mga tricycle dun. By law, kailangan licensed sila mga TODA ata yun? and each of them should have driver's license (which most tricycle drivers don't have). Ang tanong, are you wiling to spend time to drag that to barangay? Minsan mahirap din kasi oras natin nauubos
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Re: Parking Rights in Front of our Storefront
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2018, 09:45:55 am »
Malaking headache nga iyan but it has pros and cons.  Unahin ko muna yun based sa personal observations ko.  Most tricycle drivers in our area (Sampaloc, Manila) mga sabog sa droga.  Not so much nowadays dahil pahirapan makahanap ng bawal na gamot (it used to be 15 pesos for marijuana and 20 pesos for shabu.)  Just keep in mind that when dealing with these dahil madalas (hindi minsan) irrational na sila.

Yun sa barangay complaint ay do that.  You do need to realize you need to spend time for this dahil malamang late in the afternoon o gabi na yun meetings.  And minsan rin may ewan who will tear off the page(s) ng logbook where the complaint and minutes of the meeting are.  So make sure you get a copy somehow!

And yes, marami sa mga iyan hindi lang walang license ay wala o expired na yun registration.  But that never stopped those anyway. 

Your best move is to befriend them nga.  The effort and resources you will spend para sa complaints, etc. ay mabuti pa channel it to something to make this headache an advantage to you.

Yun CHR believe me they will not help you on this.  Mabuti na lang I think quick on my feet and inunahan ko na sila else kulong ang inabot ng asawa ko for them siding with those twisting the facts. 

Mga tambay mostly ang mga iyan.  Hindi dahil wala silang mahanap na trabaho.  Most but not all are tamad maghanap ng trabaho.  And yun iba dahil lumaki na tamad mag-aral realized too late na maling path pala yun tinahak nila then.  So ayun naghanap na lamang ng mga (yes, plural) mabubuntis and ended up with a bigger problem. 

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