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Check out this video shared by MMDA’s traffic chief
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic chief Edison 'Bong' Nebrija is giving credit to whom credit is due.The social-media-active official recently shared a Facebook video showing the disparity between compliant and erring riders. In the short clip, a handful
Well within budget without compromising safety
Lots of riders prefer open-faced helmets for their ease of use, unbeatable ventilation, and typically affordable price tags. While this kind of helmet is definitely not as protective as a full-face lid, a decent, properly-rated one is more than
‘Kuya Kim’ pays a visit to the garage
In the latest episode of his YouTube vlog, 'Kuya Kim' Atienza dropped by fellow rider Jonathan Von Hoti's custom garage called Fart Monkeez in Las Piñas, and he was given a tour of some of the builder's unusual bikes.
Art imitating life
They say that truth is stranger than fiction, and that statement certainly applies to the sometimes bizarre reality of life in Metro Manila. For example, have you ever tried to explain to an outsider why we gauge distance between destinations by time
You can lend a hand, too
Yes, some local governments are already working to make Metro Manila's roads more friendly to bike users. Thing is, the implementation of bike lanes leaves much to be desired depending on what area you're riding through.One minute you're
The East Extension stations will begin operations on June 23
It took a while, but it looks like the LRT-2 East Extension will officially be inaugurated next week, on June 23. After some delays-mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic-the new train stations in Marikina and Antipolo will finally
It aims to reduce accidents and, ultimately, make roads safer
A measure has been filed in the Senate mandating government agencies to set up road and public safety signage that follow international standards to help reduce car accidents and other hazards.Senator Grace Poe put forward the Public Safety Signages Accountability Bill,
Have you ever been approached by one?
Fixers are still a thing-but this doesn't mean authorities aren't doing anything about it. Just earlier this week, the government's Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) was able to nab one at the Land Transportation Office (LTO) headquarters in
Which variant have you got your eye on?
Since its introduction in 2013, BMW Motorrad's R NineT has turned heads and captured hearts the world over. This timeless-looking roadster, which combines classic style with modern technology and performance, has become several customizers' base bike of choice for their
Until August for cars with plates ending in 6 and September for those in 7
The government recently placed certain regions across the country under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ). As such, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has once again made some adjustments to renewal deadlines of vehicle registrations.According to the agency's latest announcement, the
The RS200 is priced at P133,900, while the NS200 at P116,000
The Rouser, a product of Kawasaki and Bajaj's partnership, has established itself as an affordable and reliable choice for Filipino riders in the market for a sporty-looking commuter motorcycle. At the top of this model range are the Kawasaki Rouser
He had to gave up his license in his 80s
Can you imagine having to give up driving? It's difficult now, but once your senior years kick in and your vision and hand-eye coordination begin to take a hit, it's a very legitimate possibility.Thankfully, with the help of
Think we’ll feel this here in the Philippines, too?
The US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and European Union are pushing back against China's Belt and Road initiative with a global infrastructure plan of its own.The members of the Group of Seven (G7) has agreed on the Build
If you’ve gone beyond the limit, food intake won’t do you any good
Grabbing a bite at a fast-food joint after a few beers is common practice, and a lot of people think it's a good way to sober up. However, what many of us don't know is that eating won't
Complete with bike combat training
The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) has just unveiled its newest two-wheelers. They're not outrageous superbikes, of course, nor are they everyday underbones-they're mere bicycles.You see, the Quezon City local government unit has just launched the QCPD'
Will this help solve our traffic issues?
There may have been a delay or two, but the Santa Monica-Lawton Bridge, also known as the BGC-Ortigas Bridge, has finally been opened to motorists.The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) inaugurated the new piece of infrastructure, now
Are you financially healthy?
The past year has been challenging: Lives were lost, companies shut down, unemployment went up. Most people have tightened their purse strings during this time of uncertainty, but even those willing to make big-ticket purchases like cars now find new roadblocks
Check out the requirements
With quarantine policies in several parts of the country easing up, local government units have started opening their doors to motorists and travelers.This is the reason inquiries about the Philippine Loop have started pouring in, not only at the office of
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