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Effective today
Provincial buses headed for Western Visayas will resume operations starting today, November 18, 2020, as restrictions ease on the eighth month of quarantine.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) opened seven routes for 221 provincial buses that will ferry passengers
The local auto industry’s recovery continues
By the end of the third quarter of 2020, data showed that the local automotive industry was already seeing some improvements in terms of sales. Now, a month into the last quarter of the year, it seems that the industry's recovery
Including what to check when it’s time to hit the road again
COVID-19 was something we just didn't see coming. But now that we can add 'pandemic' to the global horror show that has been the past five years, let's talk about the practical things you can do while you're
Cars are complicated machines
COVID-19 was something we just didn't see coming. But now that we can add 'pandemic' to the global horror show that has been the past five years, let's talk about the practical things you can do while you're
Not driving for a while? Keep these tips in mind
COVID-19 was something we just didn't see coming. But now that we can add 'pandemic' to the global horror show that has been the past five years, let's talk about the practical things you can do while you're
As of August 2020
Due to the limited public-transport options brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent community quarantine, more Filipinos have opted for social-distancing-friendly modes of travel-particularly motorcycles.In a recent report, German database company Statista said: "In
The past month has been a mess, to be honest
I regularly travel on expressways-mostly the South Luzon Expressway-and for years, I've lamented the fact that so many motorists still refuse to get RFID tags for their vehicles.So, when the Department of Transportation (DOTr) finally mandated all tollway
It’ll soon launch e-bikes under its new sub-brand, the Serial 1 Cycle Company
If you're wondering which big-ticket manufacturer will be jumping onto the e-bike bandwagon next, then look no further-Harley-Davidson has just revealed its venture into the realm of electric bicycles.But the renowned motorcycle marque won't just
From one rider to another
Mobility in Metro Manila has changed drastically ever since this COVID-19 pandemic hit, and in a way, we're still thankful. Moving around the city has been incredibly hard over the past several months, but at least we're starting to
*The deadline has been extended by a month
RFID tollway stickers have been the talk of the town for some time now, as motorists and tollway operators have been rushing over the past few weeks to meet the government's November deadline to shift to 100% cashless toll-payment systems.
For violating social-distancing rules
As the November 2 deadline for the implementation of cashless tollways transactions is fast approaching, the country's two tollway systems are faced with a myriad of problems-from technical issues and a shortage of RFID stickers, to causing traffic and now
And stocks sold out in a jiffy
We recently came across a pretty intriguing promo from popular Chinese tech company Xiaomi: buy a brand-new smartphone, and get an electric kick scooter (EKS) for free. Quite the unusual combination for a promo, wouldn't you agree? Yeah, you can
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We only have a few weeks to go before major expressways completely shift to cashless transactions under the orders of the Department of Transportation. If you haven't gotten ahold of RFIDs for your cars yet by now, you might want to
Fingers crossed
Can motorcycle-taxi riders now see the light at the end of the tunnel?National Task Force (NTF) Against COVID-19 chief implementer Carlito Galvez Jr. revealed that President Rodrigo Duterte had been informed of the official recommendation of the Inter-Agency
It's all about mobility
You can add this smart electric kick scooter (EKS) to the list of vehicles that Mercedes-Benz builds in its spare time. We're kidding. Germans probably don't have spare time because every nanosecond is counted.These scooters aren't that
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The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has found itself in a bit of a pickle since this pandemic started. In a nutshell, with the agency's offices closed for prolonged periods, the agency's backlog continued to pile up over the past months.
If government negotiations don’t succeed
Ramon S. Ang may decide to shut down Petron's oil refinery in Bataan if the company fails to come to an understanding with the government regarding tax issues."For Petron Refinery, I will close that down if talks with the government
Dealing with flat tires will be a breeze
We've seen battery powered bicycles with their pedal-assist functions and off-road capabilities pop up left and right over the past year or so, and frankly, we're starting to feel like we're seeing the same thing over and
Ahead of the implementation of mandatory helmet use for local cyclists
The local government of Quezon City gave away free helmets on Friday, October 2, ahead of the implementation of an ordinance penalizing cyclists who do not wear one.Beginning October 15, Ordinance No. SP-2942, which states that cyclists are required to
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