Let's hope this doesn’t fall on deaf ears
There's about two weeks left before the All Saints' Day holiday weekend, meaning we have roughly 14 days left to prepare of the annual October/November traffic nightmare that's scarier than the whole Conjuring franchise.In anticipation of Undas 2018,
Just a prototype study for now
A macho bumper up front, all-terrain tires, a set of expensive mags courtesy of Black Rhino Wheels... No, the beefed up Mitsubishi Montero Sport you're seeing doesn't belong to a member of a local car club, though obviously you'
Riders advised to always bring copy of LTO memo
To avoid possible misunderstandings between motorists and traffic enforcers, the Philippine National Police (PNP) has agreed to implement a memorandum order of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) on the legality of LEDs and foglamps, instead of pushing for Presidential Decree 96 which
Dry run to take place this Wednesday
Four days ago we released a report regarding the Inter-Agency Council for Traffic Management's (I-ACT) intention to enforce a "no-window" coding policy for private cars along EDSA and C5 in a bid to reduce the number of cars
Is P500 enough to scare violators?
Motorists, be warned: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is preparing to crack down on private vehicles using the PUV lane along EDSA.According to a report by Inquirer.net, EDSA Technical Working Group head and cabinet secretary Jose Rene Almendras has announced
Police inspired to win fight against car thieves
Feeling high on the citation from President Benigno Simeon Aquino III in his second State of the Nation Address for the big decrease in carjacking incidence in the country, Chief Supt. Leonardo Espina, director of the Philippine National Police - Highway Patrol Group (
PNP scores another point versus the bad guys
The Philippine National Police (PNP) Highway Patrol Group (HPG) has scored anew against carjacking syndicates following the arrest of Efren Guisoben, tagged as most wanted car-theft gang leader in Northern Luzon.Reports relayed by the PNP-HPG Cordillera Regional Office to
Five suspects involved in making counterfeit documents arrested
Elements of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Highway Patrol Group (HPG) raided a suspected "factory" of fake government documents, including car registration papers and driver's licenses in Claro M. Recto Avenue in Quiapo, Manila.Chief Supt. Leonardo Espina, PNP-HPG director,
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree
Police authorities have arrested in Guiguinto, Bulacan, a son of a car spare parts shop owner who himself was earlier nabbed for selling "chop-chop" vehicle parts.Reports from the Philippine National Police (PNP) Highway Patrol Group (HPG) based in Camp Crame,
Is that fast enough?
Lost your car? You might find some relief in knowing the average response time of the Philippine National Police - Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) to a carjacking incident and other road-related crimes is between seven and eight minutes.This was based
Watch out!
Cars sporting illegal fog lamps, beware!The Philippine National Police Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) has intensified its operation in different parts of the country against illegal fog lamps mounted on vehicles that often cause temporary blindness to drivers of oncoming cars.
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