INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Truck Rebuilding
What is Department Administrative Order (DAO) No. 08?
It is the “Guidelines on the Mandatory Accreditation of Rebuilding Centers”, also known as the “Rebuilding Program”.

What are the objectives of DAO 08?
  • To assure the public that all rebuilt trucks are safe and roadworthy and meet the standards on exhaust emission
  • To develop technical and management expertise in truck rebuilding to pave the way for rebuilding programs covering other types of vehicles
  • To supplement the provisions of Presidential Decree (PD) 1572 or The Regulation of Repair and Service Shops, Republic Act (RA) No. 7394 or The Consumer Act of the Philippines, and RA No. 8749 or The Clean Air Act of 1999
  • To implement the DTI function of accrediting establishments and practitioners (Section 10 (1), Title X, Book IV of the Administrative Code of 1987 and provide for redress mechanism pursuant to Executive Order (EO) No. 913 and Ministry Order No. 69
Who are qualified to engage in the rebuilding program?
Any person who is at least 18 years of age or any juridical person not disqualified by any existing law or regulation to engage in the rebuilding of any road vehicle provided that the requirements set forth in the DAO are complied with.

What are the requirements for rebuilding applicants?
a.  Duly accomplished application form, under oath
b.  Certified copies of the following:                                
  • For sole proprietorship: Certificate of Business Name Registration
  • For corporation/partnership: Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) registration, Articles of Incorporation/Partnership, and Board Resolution under Oath specifying the name of its authorized representative
  • For cooperative: Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) Certificate of Registration, Articles of Cooperation, and Board Resolution under oath specifying the name of its authorized representative
c. Location map of the center
d. Layout of the center including dimensions
e. Chart of Organizational Structure showing the relationship between the center and other operations of the applicant, when applicable
f. Chart of Organizational Structure of the center showing its personnel and their respective functions
g. List of personnel involved in the operation of the center
h. Certificate of competency on rebuilding of road vehicles issued by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) or other DTI-accredited institutions
i. List of all equipment, including reference materials required for truck rebuilding
j. Manual on personnel, equipment, and procedure for truck rebuilding
k. Certified copy of the insurance policy and the official receipt showing payment of the premium. Insurance coverage shall not be less than P1,000,000 and shall cover the following risks: theft, pilferage, fire, flood, and loss to cover the motor vehicles stored in the premises of the center for purposes of truck rebuilding
l. Such other documents that the Director may require from time to time to protect the interests of the government and the general public

What are the fees  to be paid by an accreditation applicant?
Application         P 300
Assessment       P 500/man-hour
Reassessment   P 500/man-hour
Accreditation      P 30,000

Click here to download Application Form for Rebuilding Used Parts and Components.
Click here to download Application Form for Mandatory Accreditation of Rebuilding Centers.

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