Adjustment is the name of the game
Ah, the number coding scheme. The bane of any Metro Manila-based motorists who, well, can't afford more than one car (though a new Metropolitan Manila Development Authority [MMDA] proposal may put a stop to this, too).The thing is, most
A lot of you guys aren’t happy about this
When we reported that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) proposed to further regulate license plate endings in a bid to improve the capital's traffic situation, we said that a lot of people weren't going to be happy about the
How’s the return-to-office experience been for you so far?
On March 1, parts of the country were put under Alert Level 1. With the looser restrictions, many of us began trooping back to the office as companies instructed employees to report physically to work.Some bosses want to see more people
'Harder than taking your masters'
Applying for a Land Transportation Office (LTO) driver's license in the Philippines might not be a walk in the park, but big strides have been made in recent years to improve the process for motorists.That said, it still isn't
Our readers give some advice
There are several other ways a couple can seal their relationship aside from saying 'I dos' at the altar. Moving in together is one. Buying a dog or some other pet together is another popular way to go about it.But what
Can you relate?
Who hasn't given up a creature comfort or two in order to afford something nice? We know we have. Thing is, if you're looking to do this so you can afford a car, some bigger sacrifices may be in order.
Embrace the hate
Have you ever chimed in on a conversation only to be met by scoffs and rolling eyes? Don't worry, you're not alone-because the car scene can, at times, be a very divisive one.Every car guy out there has
“It depends”
You see it all the time in movies: The dude with the car gets the girl, while the nice kid without one is left on the sidelines crushing on her instead.It's a common trope in films and pop culture, but
The pandemic was a factor for some
Wants versus needs can be tricky to balance-more so when you're talking about a purchase as big as a car.No matter where you're from, cars don't come cheap. That said, you really need to ask yourself if
The most common answer here? Turn signals
Cars these days are as tech-loaded as they've ever been-that much is true. However, it's also true that several of the gadgets and gizmos that carmakers have been equipping their cars with aren't exactly tech that would
“Be kind”
Ask yourself: From whom did you learn most of your driving skills? Chances are your answer won't be an instructor or short driving course somewhere. Most of us probably know what we know behind the wheel because of a loved one.
Coffee helps, guys
One moment you're hopping into the driver's seat, and the next...wait, what were we going on about again?Yeah, we've all been there at one point or another-perhaps following a long tiring day at the office, or
We know others will find these useful, too
Buying a car is no small task. Whether it's your first, second, or third purchase, or regardless if you're buying brand-new or secondhand, there are a lot of factors to consider before you even think about pulling the trigger.
Our readers have been around, it seems
A good public transportation system doesn't just mean it's easy for commuters to get around. How efficient, advanced, or well-maintained a country's train lines and buses are can also be indicative of how well (or bad) a nation
Or are you guilty of giving these tips?
What's worse than unsolicited driving advice? We'd have to say wrong driving advice, especially when dispensed by people who claim to know better given all their years of experience.Some of these misguided tips are more outdated than outright wrong,
Would you mind sharing yours, too?
Enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) is officially back in Metro Manila and other parts of the country as of this writing. With that, a number of quarantine control points are also back up and running in several parts of the capital and the
These should help other first-time car buyers to make informed decisions
You'll be hard-pressed to find someone who's ever bought a car and had absolutely zero regrets about it. And by zero we mean everything about the car was perfect, from the purchase itself to everything that came along after.
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