Articles about Tricycles

‘Doble plaka’ law imposes P20,000 to P50,000 fine or imprisonment for violators
With an average annual sales growth of around 20%, the motorcycle industry has consistently left the automotive sector eating dust in recent years. As of March 2019, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) reported that the number of motor vehicles-cars and motorcycles
We need more of these people in the world
Whenever we read about tricycles in the news these days, it usually comes with negative associations. Reckless trike drivers, slow three-wheelers impeding traffic on national highways, and rusty contraptions overloaded with passengers. You name it.But a recent story posted by
Are they safety hazards?
Should pedicabs and tricycles be banned from busy thoroughfares? The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) certainly thinks so.DILG officer in charge Eduardo Año recently called for mayors-both in Metro Manila and the provinces-to ban the aforementioned
The same ruling applies to sub-400cc motorcycles
The Court of Appeals has affirmed the decision earlier issued by a lower court banning not only motorcycles with engine displacement lower than 400cc, but also three-wheelers.In its recent decision, the Appellate court reiterated that motorcycles with sidecars are banned
Bad idea?
In case you missed it, last week the House committee on Metro Manila development inked a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), Inter-Agency Council for Traffic (I-ACT) and Quezon City (QC) Tricycle Operators and Drivers
Violators face hefty fines, imprisonment
Some people find comfort in riding motorcycles or tricycles as mere passengers. For them, the backseat offers a good view, riding comfort and unlimited leg room. They think being a back rider is far more relaxing than a rider who struggles to
Are these the future of commuting?
Just recently, the government launched its plans to bring public utility vehicles (PUVs) to the modern age, upgrading them to meet with local and international standards. Its a good way to make some, and let's be honest here, outdated modes of
It ain't glam, but it works
They often look beat-up, but they're one of the most convenient ways to get around--especially when it's too far to walk yet too near to bother bringing a car. I'm referring to tricycles. I happen to live
There's really no excuse not to succeed
By now, you should know that we here at Top Gear Philippines are big fans of automotive scale models. It's just really amazing how so much detail can be rendered on something so small. And if we're impressed with the
In addition to long-prohibited tricycles
A memo dated February 4, 2016, from Baguio City mayor Mauricio Domogan is making the rounds online as it causes concern among riders of both bicycles and motorcycles. Said memo orders the implementation of the ban on bicycle and motorcycle use in
There is hope for sure
We\'ve seen cars evolve through the years. These vehicles continue to reap the benefits of research--getting more powerful, having more in-car entertainment and safety features, and becoming more fuel-efficient.This evolution cannot be found in our local mass
Project to be completed by December 2017
In April 2011, the Asian Development Bank, together with President Benigno Aquino III, rolled out its pilot project involving 20 electric tricycles being transferred to the City of Mandaluyong as "the first step toward a sustainable, energy-efficient model for the country."
Check out the photos
Check out these photos of tricycles in Koronadal City, sent to us by reader Sonny Alonzo. In Metro Manila, we're used to seeing gaudy and colorful jeepneys, but we've never really seen trikes that sport curves more aerodynamic than those
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