Articles about Taal Volcano Eruption

Here’s how you can stay safe and help out
It has been more than a week since the Taal Volcano first erupted on Sunday, January 12. Alert Level 4 is still raised over the area, while the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Philvolcs) has advised everyone within a 14km radius
“Yet again, we are seeing the best of Filipinos”
Car clubs and other groups transporting relief goods to lend a helping hand in ongoing Taal relief operations will no longer have to pull out their wallets along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (STAR) Tollway after
Good to know
Here's some good news for Toyota owners: If your ride was affected by last week's Taal Volcano ashfall, the Japanese car manufacturer is offering a 20% discount on select parts and labor cost.Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) announced its 'special
Don’t worry, it made it out safe
If, like many, you were glued to social media on the day Taal Volcano rained ash across Luzon, chances are you came across this photo of a couple tying the knot in Tagaytay.The image, which captures a wedding ceremony pushing through
Helping people is indeed habit-forming
A day after Taal Volcano spewed out huge columns of ash and other harmful particles into the sky, affecting several areas in Batangas and Laguna, a group of seasoned trail riders found themselves restless. They couldn't just stay idle while news
It’s not over yet
It goes without saying that you shouldn't drive or operate any vehicle though an ash cloud when there's active volcanic activity depositing a significant amount of ash everywhere. Stay inside your house or office, unless it's safer to evacuate.
Warnings should always be taken seriously
Everyone was high spirits when a big group of riders arrived at Café Katerina in Tanay shortly before noontime on January 12, 2020. These riders rode all the way to Rizal to attend the awarding ceremony for participants who had successfully completed
Don’t underestimate the effects of highly abrasive volcanic dust and particles
I'm sure many of us have already cleaned off the thick layer of volcanic ash that has settled on our cars following the recent eruption of the Taal Volcano. You probably already know, however, that simply cleaning the vehicle's exterior
One motorist's harrowing tale
What was supposed to be a day spent doing a prenup shoot turned out to be an unimaginable experience: Around 4pm on Sunday, January 12, we were heading to our next venue in Tagaytay-and only then did we find out that
Harmless? It’s anything but
From behind the screen of a smartphone, the ashfall that's resulted from Taal Volcano's eruption might seem harmless-just a thick mist of dust and dirt piling onto cars and rooftops here in Metro Manila.Harmless? It's anything but.
Take note of these maintenance tips
Riders out there, it's not time to let your guard down just yet. As of the last update, local volcanologists have warned that a hazardous explosive eruption of Taal Volcano is imminent, so be extra cautious and avoid going out altogether,
Is your car still covered in ash?
Did you wake up this morning to find your beloved ride covered in volcanic ash? Don't worry, you're not alone.The ashfall from yesterday afternoon's Taal Volcano phreatic eruption made its way to areas well outside the crater's
You’ll need all the help you can get
You've probably heard the news about the phreatic eruption of Taal Volcano earlier today. Ashfall from the said eruption has reached as far as Metro Manila as of writing, and this has become a problem for thousands of unlucky motorists that
Thank you, sir
See all that dirt settling on top of the cars parked outside on the street? That's not dust. Unless you've been hiding under a rock the past few hours, you'll know that it's volcanic ash from this afternoon'
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