Articles about Car Tint

“We are mandated to enforce the laws on road safety”
Do you still drive around with a dark tint on your car windows? If yes, you're probably not going to like what the Philippine National Police (PNP) has to say about it.According to a report by the Manila Bulletin, the
Is it time to regulate tint further?
By now you've heard that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is having trouble enforcing MMDA Regulation No. 18-005, i.e. the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) rule on EDSA, because of heavily-tinted cars. Makes sense, since you can't
A quick DIY job
It happens, and just about all of us have noticed it: Window tint that's formed bubbles underneath. It can happen to both new and old tints alike. If it's new, the best solution I would suggest is for you to
The facts so far
Since news of a proposed set of rules on car tints broke last year, there has been a lot of discussion online about the possible pros and cons. Some are for it, others are against, but it's safe to say that
Yay or nay?
Before the new year, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) gave word that they were set to finally implement some hard ground rules on car tints in 2018. The reason, they explained, was that traffic enforcers were having a hard time enforcing the
All motorists are expected to comply
Remember the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) plan to regulate car tints? That news broke out early in 2017, but nothing ever came of it. Well, apparently the plan might finally be pushing through in early 2018.According to a new
Nothing's set in stone
Last night, reports surfaced online about the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) plans to regulate car tints in a bid to curb criminal activity inside vehicles. Initial details were scarce and no guidelines or specifics were mentioned, so we reached out
And is it worth the price?
With the best beaches, the cheeriest people and the nicest weather, you would think that the Philippines is truly blessed. This blessing comes at a cost, though. That cost is one of the most sweltering, butt-moistening and face-melting summer seasons
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