Gleaned from other countries
Recently, Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante voiced his wish to have a standardized curriculum for driving schools in the country. If you ask us, we're all for it. Actually, we're in favor of Filipino motorists getting any semblance
Formal driving training will be required
How did you learn how to drive?Did you teach yourself ('widow' style, as others say), or did your parents or friends coach you? Or did you enroll in a driving school?If Land Transportation Office (LTO) chief Edgar Galvante were to
This program promotes responsible driving
We see more vehicle-related accidents caused by plain ignorance, thanks to CCTV cameras and dashcams. We witness motorists intentionally or unintentionally counterflowing, beating the red light, or swerving. Some are even unable to do even basic tasks like parking without causing
Not bad for a beginner
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Who can ever forget their early stints behind the wheel? Sure, for a lot of drivers, it comes naturally-from the moment they first
To cope with the changing times
Several years ago, motorists were left dumbfounded at the thought of having touchscreen controls inside their vehicles. Today, no modern ride would be complete without one. Technology has made its way into our cars faster than anyone could anticipate.With that in
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