“Mas kinatatakutan daw kasi kami”
Yes, the 'ber' months are just around the corner-and so is worse traffic congestion in Metro Manila. So, other than once again hearing the Christmas songs of Jose Mari Chan in every shopping mall, we will again see personnel of the
Did it suffer the same fate as the PNP version?
Did the 'Clean Rider' anti-criminality campaign by the Philippine National Police (PNP) die a natural death?It was a little more than a year ago when PNP chief General Oscar Albayalde led the police force in launching the Clean Rider sticker
“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
Checkpoint guidelines to remember as election period begins
As if we have not seen enough of them, expect to see more police checkpoints at so-called strategic chokepoints with the start of the election period, which officially kicked off on January 13, 2019. This also signals the start of a
A mean, green crime-fighting machine
Well, this is a surprise. Earlier today, photos of a truck full of Toyota Prius police cars surfaced on social media. They were white, equipped with sirens, and featured bodywork decals and the word pulisya plastered on the hood and the rear
This has to change
Last night, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) gave members of the motoring media an update regarding the state of the country's fight against drunk drivers-and it isn't looking good.Statistics provided by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) show that
Participants complain about shortage of stickers
To prove that he speaks the same biker's language, Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief Director General Oscar Albayalde arrived at the Quirino Grandstand on a Honda CB1300 wearing complete riding gear.After he slipped into his police uniform, Albayalde joined some
The PNP has new rides
Our Asian neighbors have sure been generous to the Philippine National Police (PNP) lately. First it was the Japanese government, with a couple of dozen Mitsubishi Montero Sports. Now, it's South Korea with more than a hundred new Hyundai patrol vehicles.
Just a prototype study for now
A macho bumper up front, all-terrain tires, a set of expensive mags courtesy of Black Rhino Wheels... No, the beefed up Mitsubishi Montero Sport you're seeing doesn't belong to a member of a local car club, though obviously you'
87 Montero Sport units were donated
While the police vehicles of the Philippine National Police seem to be in good condition these days, it's hard to live down the meme that circulated years ago comparing the PNP patrol cars to the flashy chase cars other countries had.
10 state leaders arriving in MM
With elaborate security measures already in place, a senior official of the PNP is appealing for understanding and cooperation from the public with regard to the traffic rerouting scheme, to be implemented in some parts of Metro Manila for the final phase
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
MMDA is in charge of EDSA again
Motorists might have noticed the absence of the PNP's 300-strong Highway Patrol Group (HPG) along EDSA. This is because last Monday, November 14, the so-called 'Spartan 300' were transferred. They will now be visible along C-5 Road, Commonwealth
Now that's dedication
Last year, CAC Mahindra-the Indian carmaker's local distributor-won the bid to provide a fleet of vehicles for official use by the Philippine National Police. Since then, the Mahindra Enforcer has been an increasingly common sight on our country's
Be warned if you don't have a garage
If your house doesn't have a garage and you just park your car by the roadside, this news might cause you sleepless nights.Director General Ricardo Marquez, chief of the Philippine National Police, has advised car owners to avoid parking their
Pass them along to your loved ones
Car theft is a persistent problem in this country, and the Philippine National Police wants car owners to continue trusting that the authorities are doing their best to address it. In the meantime, the PNP has shared on its Facebook page "12
Company executive slams accusations
Even before Mahindra could turn over the first batch of Enforcer patrol units for Philippine National Police's use, critics rushed to conclusions and hurled accusations of corruption against the Indian carmaker. That the allocated budget for said patrol vehicles was P1.
Check out the official livery
As we've already reported, Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer Mahindra has secured the supplier contract for the Philippine National Police's patrol fleet. Today, CAC Mahindra--the official name of the carmaker's local distributor--showed off the new PNP vehicle, which
To be followed by 1,470 patrol jeeps
So you won't think that your money is simply being pilfered by corrupt politicians to fund their obscene lifestyle, the government has released this extremely exciting announcement: It has turned over 55 brand-new Toyota Hiace vans to the Philippine National
Calls it tantamount to car theft
Sen. Grace Poe has filed Senate Resolution 708, which calls for a lawmaking body to conduct a probe on the "carnapping of vehicles disguised as towing."According to the lawmaker, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority and the Philippine National Police should "initiate
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