aeronTGco: Happy X year anniversary TopGear Philippines!!!
Shaybah: I've been a regular buyer of Top Gear magazine since the late 2007. I miss the regular column of Mr.Ferman Lao's "Motormouth" - your most pressing motoring problems solved.- for several months now.
vbsarne: Hello, guys. Thanks for the feedback. We will look into this.
17Sphynx17: @TGP - i think the slowness is also attributed to the facebook integration that displays within it's own dedicated window on the page. It is usually the one that fails to load for me. The twitter integration loads quickly though. =) I don't mind losing the FB integration since those with fb tend to view it anyway through fb and are somehow linked thru there already.Just an idea.
BMagee: @TGP since your anniversary is coming up maybe it's high time you overall the website as well. It's as slow as those drivers who stay on the inner lanes of SLEX who gives you dagger looks when you zoom past them
elantraj2typeR: we must have driver protection laws and pedestrian laws lik in the United States bec. the laws there when implemented here, its gonna be very different. and very organized!!
dragun: Spent 5 days in Kota Kinabalu. Drivers there drive really fast in the city. I can't believe how they manage to do it while minimizing collisions
niky: Yup. And those that do are so riddled with inconsistencies and are so vague that they're practically useless. Our traffic laws really ought to be updated for the 21st Century.
JoHunter: @niky - We hardly have any laws that matter :)
niky: We don't have pedestrian protection laws. I recall a furore decades ago that caused them to finally pass a law requiring big trucks to have a bumper low enough to prevent cars from sliding under the truck in a crash... but we don't have any laws against steel bumpers per se.
marcha77: @niky: weren't bumpers designed to protect the driver and a the same time minimize its impact on people when they get bumped? I think it's gonna be buzzkill when you get hit by this steel bumper.
niky: Technically, any modification is illegal, but the laws were written with chassis modifications to trucks in mind, not "cosmetics" like bumpers. I do recall that there's a height requirement, but it's something I'd have to look up.
marcha77: Im seeing a lot of pick-up trucks sporting steel bumpers. Are these street legal?
JoHunter: @aeronTGco: No.
aeronTGco: Do you think the upcoming Honda Brio Amaze will amaze the public once it is revealed to the public at the Philippine International Motor Show?