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After the recent spate of attacks on drivers of transport network vehicle services (TNVS), ride-hailing service Uber introduced yesterday another safety feature for its riders paying in cash. Uber explained that its Rider Identification safety feature would activate once the rider selects cash as payment option. “Rider Identification is a verification method when no credit […]
The recently concluded 13th edition of the Singapore Motor Show held at the Suntec Convention Center was considered a success, despite the highly regulated nature of the auto industry where a “certificate of entitlement” that the island state government uses to control vehicle purchases are priced like Bitcoin.
Three waves of disruption are set to shake up the automotive industry: electrification, autonomous driving, and ride-sharing. All three are intertwined and about to make even more rapid progress in the near future.
One does not hesitate to accept an invitation to attend the Singapore Motor Show and to cover the regional launch of the new Subaru Outback and Subaru’s latest EyeSight technology for many reasons.
Last October, my very fortunate godson celebrated his 22nd birthday, and got his birthday wish when he took home a brand new Audi Q5 from PGA Cars, the country’s distributor of Audi vehicles in the country.
It’s November 2017. You have P5 million burning a hole in your pocket. Two rather speculative purchases are top of mind.
With the Train Law or Republic Act 10963 finally signed and implemented for 2018, car prices will change: most will go up, some will go down.
Consumer Reports, a non-government organization based in New York state, is recognized worldwide for its comprehensive independent automobile testing program and reliability data.
The X-1R Corp. named its exclusive distributor in the Philippines—CreativeSparx—as its best performing distributor in the Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East and Africa region.
Twenty-year-old former karter Daniel Miranda was given two driving stints for the Toyota Gazoo Racing Team Asia which lasted for a total of 2.5 hours in Buriram, Thailand recently.