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MMDA personnel return $79,500 to accident victim in hospital
It pays to invest in proper riding gear
At the center of our living room is a big, square-shaped glass box. It houses a pair of white Everlast boxing gloves with the signature and dedication from world boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.Undeniably, he is one of the finest fighters
Yes, street signs have standards to follow
The Philippine standards for road warnings and street signs are based on international conventions entered into among countries. International conventions regulate road traffic between nations by adopting uniform road-traffic rules, road signs and signals, driver licenses, and vehicle registration documentation, and
These notorious road obstacles can throw you off your bike
Sometimes we are inclined to believe that some groups are behind a wicked attrition scheme to avert the overcrowding of Metro Manila. Defective traffic lights, open manholes, abandoned road diggings, and dangling electric post wires could be examples. The callousness among government
Road-widening of national highways continue
The nationwide road-widening project, which began in earnest in 2013 continues, and the physical motoring landscape is indeed changing. It isn't only us car guys who miss the nostalgia and romance of driving along tree-lined highways. Various historical preservation
Be on the lookout for these pseudo motorbike racers
We don't know how the term 'kamote rider' started. It's probably because the nearest English equivalent is the term 'squids,' which is what the US motorcycle community calls riders whose confidence exceeds their skill. But 'pusit' riders hardly have the
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