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The ride to Subic was curling to its final homestretch, and at the backseat, firmly tucked in her car seat, my two-year-old daughter was fast asleep.
Fathers who love cars and driving are positively spoilt for choice nowadays. No longer are they relegated to trudging along in a refrigerator-shaped van if they want to bring the family along. There are vehicles that gracefully weave across that fine line of being both useful to have, and be desirable to own.
My Dad drove me every day to school from nursery until college.
My father is about to hit 80, but can still drive like a 40-year-old. Our neighbors call him Mang Tony, and they know he’s up and about whenever his beat-up, 21-year-old van clunks in or out of our garage.
All over the world, kids will often catch themselves frantically searching for THE perfect idea to celebrate Father’s Day to send their dads that special message of love and affection.
There is this hot topic in America that the sedan market is dying.
In a country obsessed with the NBA and Manny Pacquiao, motor sport events get scant public attention or media coverage.
Lambretta. For most buyers, this iconic scooter brand holds a strong feeling of nostalgia, a symbol of post-war Italian design and flamboyance, as well as the promise of freedom.
Over the course of 14 years writing about cars, I have driven a handful of Italian machines. All have been truly memorable: Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati.
Most people used to eating fastfood would no doubt appreciate an upgrade to a nice steak dinner at a fancy, fine dining restaurant.