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Motorcycles are fun to ride not to mention very fuel efficient. That’s not news to anyone who’s ridden one. But neither is the fact that they’re also way more dangerous than a car.
Two dependable automotive brands are coming together under one roof in Laguna to test a new undertaking meant to make waves in the country’s ever-growing motoring landscape.
Modern technology makes life easier and safer in many ways, but using a mobile phone while driving or walking down the street is definitely not one of them.
Tires are a significant purchase among car owners so it’s no surprise that price is a huge consideration. But for Goodyear Philippines, price should not come at the expense of quality and safety.
The Japanese-spec all-new Subaru Forester recently won the Grand Prix award after earning five stars, the highest score in the Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP) collision safety performance assessment.
For a motorbike designed for city driving, Mark Philip Benosa discovered that the 160cc-Kawasaki Rouser could also be taken off-road as well as to far flung places where a rider could enjoy fantastic scenery and new adventure. “I never thought this type of motorcycle could effortlessly handle a wider range of off-road trails. Engine […]
Crashworthiness is the ability of an automobile to protect its occupants from major injury or death should a collision occur. It gives a measure of the ability of an automobile’s structure to safeguard its occupants in survivable crashes.
After Ramesh Narasimhan concluded a very productive three-year stint, Nissan Philippines Inc. recently announced the appointment of Atsushi Najima as its new president and managing director.
Shell is among the growing list of global companies committed to inspire change in the workplace by creating opportunities for development that prioritizes the welfare of their staff, most especially women.
A key to Isuzu Philippines’ four decades of success in the country has been “love”—an unwavering devotion of its customers to the brand that according to IPC president, Hajime Koso, is something these owners take pride on. “Isuzu’s go-anywhere attributes; having an efficient and very dependable diesel engine; being one of the easiest vehicles to work on; and the fact that owners say they never have a problem with finding the relevant parts needed, makes Isuzu such an endearing choice.”