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It costs us P57,000, too.
The holidays are upon us. And, with everything back open again, life has almost fully returned to normal. It's good, we guess, considering we've been cooped up for so long but… that only means one thing for Filipino motorists, though: bumper to ...
 
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Surprisingly, Manila isn't in the top ten.
Driving in the Philippines isn't fun, to say the least. With bumpy roads, heavy traffic, and God knows what else, it can be very stressful. So, you can imagine our surprise when we found out that Manila isn't even on the top ...
 
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A true daily driver.
Transport has always been functional. The idea is to get from point A to B in the quickest, less stressful way possible, and, hopefully, do it in comfort and style. And since its invention, the automobile has fulfilled those needs for an ...
 
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It provides easy and seamless Spotify access to anyone behind the wheel.
Playing music inside our cars has become more and more seamless these days. In-car entertainment really has come a long way—from AUX cables and simple Bluetooth connections, we now have modern-day features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto at our disposal.Plus, in ...
 
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Another good innovation from Google.
Waze is nice, but that app caters mostly to car owners and other motorists. If you’re looking for a more inclusive smartphone navigation experience, Google Maps is probably a better bet as it caters to users of alternative modes of mobility.The app’s ...
 
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COVID-19 testing is no longer mandatory for domestic travel
It looks like moving around in the Philippines is about to get a whole lot easier after the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) loosened travel restrictions put in place to ...
 
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Daang Katutubo cuts a path through the rolling hills of Pangasinan.
One of the most breathtaking roads in the Philippines is almost complete. Daang Katutubo cuts a path through the rolling hills of Pangasinan to connect the lands of ethnic groups Kankanaey, Bago, and Ibaloi in Barangay Mapita. “This road improvement will give a boost ...
 
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Target date: September.
Construction on the Binondo-Intramuros Bridge in Manila continues during the pandemic and will be ready before the year ends, Public Works Sec. Mark Villar said Thursday.The 600-meter bridge utilizes arc type technology to connect two of Manila's oldest and most popular districts. ...
 
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The TRB has just revealed the proposed toll fees for the newly opened tollway.
Have you tried out the newly opened Skyway Stage 3 already? If yes, then you’re aware that San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has granted motorists toll-free passage through this portion of the expressway until January 29, 2021.Now, if you’re looking to drive through ...
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