MVUCMotor Vehicle User's Charge (Philippine tax)
MVUCMount Vernon Unitarian Church (Alexandria, VA)
MVUCMon Valley Unemployed Committee (Homestead, PA)
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The rates were adjusted when the MVUC law took effect: 25 percent more every year until the fees doubled in 2004.
The unspent MVUC collections, which are car registration fees paid at the Land Transportation Office (LTO), could be a funding source that can help local efforts, Recto noted.
Citing government data, Recto said unspent MVUC collections, or the car registration fees paid at the Land Transportation Office, amount to some P46.25 billion as of December 2018.
Prior to the enactment of the law, the Road Board managed the MVUC fund, or the tax imposed on road users.
Based on the draft of the MOA, the Road Board will address the request to the local chief executive for the identification of projects to be funded under the MVUC.
Like the MVUC method, the PF method also estimates a more severe downturn at the beginning of the 1990s than the other methods.
The total collection for the MVUC is P166.18 billion since RA 8794 was implemented from 2001 to May 2018, according to official figures submitted to the Senate.
The Road Board pointed out that due to the abolition of the office, the contract of the personnel who is assigned to reconcile the MVUC collections was no longer renewed.
It means that projects funded by MVUC must be itemized and presented, in the interest of transparency, as MVUC-funded projects," Recto said.
The President himself complained that billions of revenue from the road user's tax found its way to corrupt officials' pockets, even as the Commission on Audit (COA) consistently flagged the utilization of MVUC funds.
While the use of the MVUC has been modified by a new law Duterte signed last April 8, it can still be used to complement road clearing operations, Recto said.