A lesson learned from Ondoy?
Tornados weren't the only force of nature that recently ravaged through the eastern part of the United States as floods have also inundated parts of Kentucky. One Porsche owner may have learned from what happened to our cars during the wrath
A must after Typhoon Ondoy?
Motorists whose cars were damaged by the flood wrought by Typhoon Ondoy last year and who subsequently found out their comprehensive insurance policies weren't exactly that have found an ally in a party-list solon who's seeking to amend the
OYSTERs at work<br />
Thousands of out-of-school youth have been deployed to assist the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) in the agency's road maintenance and clearing efforts in preparation for the rainy season."We must learn from our experience just
Repair shops, beware<br />
Motorists who feel they were taken advantage of by service centers in post-Ondoy car repairs now have an ally in Congress after a solon filed a resolution that seeks to probe casas suspected to have exploited their customers' plight.Camiguin
It's fixing time--for the roads, that is<br />
Still sacrificing your car's suspension over bad roads since last year's heavy flooding? Your days of bumpy rides may soon be over.The Department of Public Works and Highways has received the go-signal from the Justice Department
Typhoon Ondoy's wrath has long been gone but stories of heroism linger.
Typhoon Ondoy's wrath has long been gone but stories of heroism linger.Let your stories continue to inspire by sharing how a Ford vehicle helped you during or after Ondoy's attack. Click here to share tales that prove
The 'Good Samaritan' spirit lives on<br />
Ford Group Philippines is offering discounts of up to P50,000 for Ford and Mazda vehicle owners replacing their flood-damaged vehicles on top of the existing promos offered by the brands."We would like to offer our customers additional assistance in
More sport-utility vehicles, pickup trucks and other commercial vehicles sold in October <br />
Data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) said sales surged 20.1 percent year-on-year with October 2009 sales reaching 12,761 units. Passenger cars sold for the month were down 0.4 percent while commercial
Victims of recent typhoons have one less thing to worry about
Victims of recent typhoons have one less thing to worry about--at least until November 15. The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is suspending penalties for late renewal of driver's licenses and registration of motor vehicles in areas affected by typhoons
When flash floods come, pray you're driving one of these amphibians
You've seen all the horrible images of cars submerged in floodwater. You've heard all the sob stories from friends and officemates whose cars got trapped helplessly inside their garages as the water rose. Or worst, you've
Care package includes discount of up to 50 percent on parts<br />
Cainta facility spared by flood<br />
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) assured customers operations are normal at its Cainta plant despite heavy flooding in the area when typhoon Ondoy hit the metropolis last week."We are fortunate that MMPC's facilities were not affected by the deep floods.
Easy does it
Dear Top Gear, My heart goes out to all the victims of typhoon Ondoy and I hope my question, though it may seem shallow, still deserves an answer despite this moment of sadness. I just want to ask if those vehicles submerged
Toyota takes 40 percent off the ECU, and 20 percent off labor and select parts<br />
Toyota Motor Philippines is offering special discounts to clients who need their cars repaired after the devastating flood last week.Toyota is slashing 40 percent off the engine control unit, as well as 20 percent off selected car parts which were damaged
(UPDATED) Honda takes 30 percent off parts and lubricants costs, and 10 percent off labor<br />
(UPDATED) For automotive services and relief operations<br />
Aside from motorist assistance, car companies have also initiated relief operations in areas affected by Typhoon Ondoy.Ford Group Philippines is accepting donations and have mobilized units of Ford Ranger and Mazda BT50 to deliver supplies to the Philippine National Red Cross -
Get the right numbers here<br />
Car companies are offering free towing service to clients whose vehicles were damaged by Typhoon Ondoy (Ketsana).Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. said the first 250 clients who call hotlines 0929-194-2562, 0917-7537765, 0932-5382159, (02)8140489, (02)8140498 can avail
12 of the most striking images taken during and after the killer typhoon<br />
As typhoon Ondoy exited the Philippines, horrifying images of the extent of its damages in Metro Manila began surfacing on the social-networking site Facebook. We culled a dozen photographs of submerged and muddied vehicles from the accounts of various Facebook friends
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