We know that feeling
Remember the viral Jeep Wrangler that took on waist-deep flood in Valenzuela City and emerged unscathed? Well, Jeep Philippines tracked down its owner to thank him for showcasing its product's capabilities on social media.The owner, who asked that his
Who’s afraid of some water?
Remember about a year ago when a Land Rover Defender took on a flooded Araneta Avenue and lost? If you ask us, it's proof that any car-no matter the reputation-can fall victim to the elements. Our word of advice?
Thanks for the heads-up
Planning to rush over to Manila for a quick meeting with a client, despite inclement weather? Getting ready to push through with a Friday night out in Makati following a deluge? Yeah, you might want to reconsider.Waze has tagged Manila, Makati,
This is disturbing stuff
Last week, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) gave us a glimpse at the troubling garbage situation in the Quiapo area. Images shared by the traffic agency showed canals clogged by solid waste-a contributing factor to our capital's flood problem.
Avoid them in case it rains again
Well, last night was fun: Another typical Sunday...until the sky turned dark and the heavens fell upon Metro Manila. The rainy season is indeed upon us, it seems, and yesterday is proof.If you ended up getting stuck in traffic last
Dispose of your garbage properly, please
Last week, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) officially declared the start of the rainy season. In motoring speak, this translates to the following: "Brace yourselves-flood is coming."Yes, it's that time of year again, the season
Consider yourself warned
It's that time of the year again when umbrellas, jackets, coats, and boots start taking up the shelf space near the entrance of your local department store. The rainy season is upon us, and it's time we update you with
Right choice?
It looks like the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) is beefing up its emergency-response capabilities.The country's maritime law-enforcement body recently acquired a handful of new vehicles and equipment meant to further prepare it for typhoons and other calamities expected
What we learned from an enlightening presentation
When the heavens burst and rain inundates Metro Manila, motorists are split into two camps: the have-ground clearance, and the have-nots. Upon seeing a flood, the former just power on, rainy day Spotify playlist streaming in the cabin, and go
No surge fare here, folks
You've got to give it to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). While most of us are hunkered down, safe and warm inside our homes, MMDA personnel are out there ready to rescue victims of typhoon Ompong.These dudes have it
Free parking included
We all need a helping hand sometimes, especially during a calamity when our safety-and the well-being of our vehicles-is at stake. If you need a place to find shelter, or Wi-Fi to contact your loved ones, or a
Who's next?
A third mall chain has announced it will be adjusting its parking fees to help the public amidst typhoon Ompong's onslaught.Ayala Malls is waiving its overnight parking fees today, September 14, 2018. It's just a day, but
The agency is now on 'blue alert'
Everyone is gearing up for the worst as Typhoon Ompong makes its way to our shores. Among those making preparations is the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). The government agency has announced it is now on 'blue alert' for the
Stay safe out there
Another mall chain has announced changes to its parking fees in anticipation of typhoon Ompong. Robinsons Malls has released a list of locations that will provide free parking in case of heavy flooding in their areas."We care about your safety. We
Good move, guys
Unless you've been on a social media diet the past few days, you'll know that the country is bracing for another typhoon--potentially the strongest one to hit us in 2018. Ompong is already within the Philippine area
They could save you a lot of money and trouble
It's rainy season once again, and a big problem for car owners during this time is finding a place to safely store their car during a flood. The right answer to that problem will vary depending on where you live,
Drive safe out there
The Philippine Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is still busy clearing Kennon Road, as well as 15 other roads in Luzon, after 'Karding' battered the country's largest island with monsoon rains the past weekend.According to a post by
Were you caught in this?
To call last weekend's weather situation a 'downpour' is about as major as understatements come. The past few days' deluge brought about some of the worst flooding to hit Metro Manila and its neighboring areas since the infamous Ondoy, and in
It's better to be safe than sorry
If there's anything the past three days has taught us, it's that you can never really know when a light drizzle will escalate into disastrous levels of flooding. Well, at least not here in the city, where our poor drainage
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