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We need these ‘MAY DASHCAM AKO’ stickers on our cars

Readers submit their ideas for intimidating corrupt traffic enforcers

We need these ‘MAY DASHCAM AKO’ stickers on our cars
We imagine our motoring life to be less stressful with this sticker on our car. IMAGE BY VERNON B. SARNE

This morning, our Facebook page shared a video sent to us by a reader, which shows him getting flagged down by a traffic enforcer for no apparent reason other than, um, the latter was incorrigibly corrupt imagining things. Footage recorded by the motorist clearly indicates that he had crossed the road under a pair of green lights.

What makes the video truly funny is this line from the traffic enforcer: “May dashcam ba ’yan, sir?” Sorry, we need to spell the statement correctly: “[email protected] Da$hcAm [email protected] YaN sEr?” That’s how jologs these traffic marshals are.

But seriously, that exchange tells us the obvious: Corrupt traffic enforcers are terrified of dashcams. Because they know everything is documented, and they cannot possibly make up nonexistent violations (like they always do).

Obviously, the solution is simple: Install a good dashcam in your vehicle, which we encourage our readers to do. Another quick fix? Put a prominent sticker on your car, which says “MAY DASHCAM AKO” in big, bold letters. The above design is our humble idea. We chose the color not because we’re dilawan, but because yellow is very visible even from a distance—the better to scare off salivating traffic enforcers.

And then we asked readers to come up with their own sticker designs. Below are some of the ones we like. We really wish someone would produce these bumper (or windshield) stickers. Send us some.

IMAGE BY JESIMIEL JAKE GARCIA
IMAGE BY JNVR
IMAGE BY JOEMZ BARROS
IMAGE BY ANTHONY HERNANDEZ
IMAGE BY ROSS BILL CORDERO
IMAGE BY TROY FORTONES
IMAGE BY JUSTINE MARK FELICIANO
IMAGE BY JOEL CLAVECILLAS
IMAGE BY KEISER ALQUIZOLA
IMAGE BY PAUL CONTEMPLO
IMAGE BY ACE MARK LOPEZ
IMAGE BY PITZGERALD GASPAR
IMAGE BY ADRIAN ANTIPUESTO
IMAGE BY MICHAEL IAN DOMINGO
IMAGE BY YO CASTRO


Vernon B. Sarne

Vernon is the founder and editor-in-chief of VISOR. He has been an automotive journalist for 26 years. He became one by serendipity, walking into the office of a small publishing company and applying for a position he had no idea was for a local car magazine. God has watched over him throughout his humble journey. He writes the ‘Spoiler’ column.



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