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,
It's good to be prepared
As we type this, the skies over Metro Manila have already become dark, and the MMDA has already begun preparing for a potentially catastrophic weather event.According to the latest bulletin from PAGASA, Typhoon Mangkhut--which is packing 140kph maximum sustained winds
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