'matics are taking over
A lot of you (hopefully) learned how to drive in a manual transmission car. If you did, you probably panicked the first time you ground a gear or stalled the car. After all, it does take a while to figure out the
Some of our favorites
Who would've thought that motoring, bikes, coffee and art could work well together? The mishmash of these elements is the concept behind the Base Camp art exhibit, a collaborative effort of Maximus Athlete's Shop Café and Tin-Aw Art Gallery.
Because visibility is important
It's that time of the year again when monsoon rains and typhoons bombard the archipelago. Car owners beef up on car care in order to protect our vehicles' exteriors and interiors from Mother Nature's onslaught, but most tend to overlook
Expected to start by next week
With the "-ber" months already in full swing, it's pretty much a given that the traffic in Metro Manila will only get worse as we head into the holiday season. To pre-empt this, the newly-formed Inter-Agency Council for
Some updates you need to know
What a busy September that was, with the Philippine International Motor Show, the Toyota 86 launch/Vios Cup, and our first Top Gear Academy happening almost successively. In our haste to keep up with the car news, we missed some vital updates
Watch 5 entertaining videos
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.That's one lucky son of a bitch. This dog is way too chill for his own good. If you're viewing this on
Our daily calvary on the road
The saying "no one is above the law" is laughably out of place in our country. In fact, flouting it can even be used to run for public office. (That said, we're basically apolitical here, kids.) The more apt line for
Do you remember this time?
The year 1986 was a year of political change for the Philippines, but for the motoring industry, it was part of a long slog out of darkness, from the slump that reached its nadir with the assassination of Ninoy Aquino in 1983,
Did we miss anything?
I grew up watching the Back To The Future trilogy. The part that struck me the most was when the mad scientist Dr. Emmett Brown was trying to get Marty McFly to understand the gravity of his actions, and to get the
It has to do with the Pinoy mindset
You're familiar with your car's signal lights, right? Their purpose is to allow you to inform other motorists around you that you're either turning or switching lanes. Not only do they exist for road courtesy, they're there more
Meet Philippine motoring's new hero
Good day! I am Lito, at your service. May I seeyour car's registration? Thank you. Officer, this is my car's registration. However, I stilldon't have license plates. Will you apprehend me? I will not apprehend you. The policy is "
Even longtime motorists, actually
The experience of having your first car--brand-new or used--is one of life's greatest milestones. For those who were not born into wealth, the first car is a "level up" moment, an achievement level unlocked that is both exciting
Motoring shift took place 70 years ago
Today marks an important milestone for Philippine motoring because it was on March 10, 1945, that President Sergio Osmeña signed Executive Order No. 34, which directed Filipino motorists to drive on the right side of the road. Until that time, Philippine
It's about time
Rep. Antonio F. Lagdameo Jr. (2nd District, Davao del Norte) has filed a bill that seeks to include a driver education program in the high school senior year curriculum "to educate the youth on the importance of being responsible drivers."In filing
On February 18th
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has issued a traffic management plan for the Chinese New Year Countdown activities that will be held in Monumento in Caloocan City.On February 18, from 7pm to 12mn, part of the southbound lane of EDSA from
How much is the cost of each one?
The National Economic and Development Authority, which is chaired by President Benigno Aquino III, has approved six infrastructure projects that aim to provide commuters and motorists with "a more reliable and efficient transport infrastructure system."Four projects are expected to benefit motorists,
The real pros and cons of driving alone
You belong to the countless single and mobile, a group that has come to also embrace the separated and mobile, the widowed and mobile, the hater-of-the-opposite-sex and mobile, the commitment-phobic and mobile. You, like everyone else in
And how to correct them
We all know that you're not supposed to overspeed, blitz through red lights, or cut off other drivers in traffic. But there are other not-so-obvious manifestations of bad behavior that many local drivers think are normal. Let's take
What's yours?
Happy New Year, guys! It's the first day of 2015, and like most individuals, the members of our editorial staff have resolutions they intend to do--particularly in the area of motoring. These are simple car-related promises that we hopefully
It's drastic but worth it
Last month, we brought home our second baby. As momentous an occasion as that is for any proud parent, I've also been reminded of several changes that happen to my motoring outlook, most especially when I'm trying to stay awake
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