Imagine this with blue stripes
We noticed there has been a trend of foreign carmakers donating vehicles to our Philippine National Police. First there was Mitsubishi's donation of 87 Montero Sports courtesy of the Japanese government. Then it was South Korea's turn with a shipment
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.
We want one for Christmas
American police cars, and the pursuit they're involved in, tend to fascinate those of us on the other side of the world who are more likely to see a police officer giving chase on a kalesa than in a V8 sedan
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
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
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