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Mother’s Day may be observed just once a year, but a mom’s work is a daily thing that’s never done. You can’t blame a multitasking mom for occasionally forgetting her car’s maintenance schedules. And now that schooldays are fast approaching, a mother’s focus now shifts to her kids’ school needs, so there goes her attention to her car’s needs again.
We’ll let you in on a not-so-secret fact: moms love cars, too. She may not be so much into torque and alloy wheels, but she knows a good car when she sees and rides one.
The 7th Asean Automobile Safety Forum will be held on May 15, 2017.
The motorcycles are getting hot and heavy out there.
That “PU” isn’t the start of a crisp expletive. It stands for “public utility,” and it has a lot to do with the sitting president’s directive to modernize the country’s public transport system.
If there’s one thing that isn’t first on the blame list for the daily horrendous traffic we go through these days, it’s definitely the influx of new automobiles that roll out into our roads every single month.
You can learn a lot about a car company by spending time where it grew. If you hang around Stuttgart, Germany, for example, you will be able to experience the wonderfully winding roads and byways that bring you to, in, and around that area.
To those who follow this column, you would know that I am a firm believer of foiling or wrapping your vehicle for added individualization and protection without lowering its resale value.
There’s no getting around it: four-wheeled vehicles are massive metal beasts; motorcycles are not. When collisions happen, motorcycles and their riders get the worst of it, regardless of who’s at fault.
Choosing the right lubricant for your high-performance car might seem daunting but Petron made it a lot easier when the largest oil refining and marketing company in the Philippines introduced its “High Temperature Protection” line for high-performance cars.