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Parts suppliers reeling from Honda plant closure

On a long holiday weekend that hardworking Filipinos would have looked forward to for the needed rest and relaxation, the unfolding drama that played out at the Honda Cars Philippines Inc. assembly plant in Santa Rosa City,…

The best motoring ‘ensemble’ in print

The Philippine Daily Inquirer Motoring Section bagged the best Automotive Section for Broadsheet at the Henry Ford Awards 2020 held Feb. 20 at the One Canvas Events Place along Chino Roces Avenue in Makati City. The Henry…

Welcoming a ‘Hiro’

Photos by Ardie Lopez The night’s theme flashed clearly on the ultra-wide video wall at the Grand Hyatt Manila’s Grand Ballroom: “Welcome to the Future of Mobility.” Of course, everyone knew what mobility was all about, as…

Never get tired of minding your wheels

Those four round pieces of spinning steel rims and rubbers (or maybe even just two if you’re a motorcyclist) can spell success or disaster, even life or death, on any road trip. Yet a vehicle’s tires are…

More auto brands double down on stocks, parts due to coronavirus outbreak

Nearly two months into the latest viral outbreak caused by the 2019 novel Coronavirus that originated in Wuhan in China, the global auto industry—bracing for the outbreak’s impact—still has to come to terms with its long-term effects.…

PH auto industry braces for nCoV impact

The 2019-Novel Coronavirus Acute Respiratory Disease (2019-nCoV ARD) outbreak that had its Ground Zero in Wuhan in the province of Hubei in China has so far infected over 20,000 people in over two dozen nations, resulting in…

Waking up to a new global auto superpower

China is a sleeping giant. Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will move the world.” Someone supposedly famous uttered these words in the 1800s. Some attribute Napoleon Bonaparte. Others credit someone else. Whoever said it…

Demand or legitimacy?

There are many reasons to make motorcycles the go-to transport to quickly and efficiently navigate through the congested urban landscape. These are also the reasons motorcyclists are making a living, transporting passengers to their destinations quickly and…

‘Suspend truck ban for animal rescues during disasters’—PAWS

  During natural (and even man-made) calamities, time is of the essence when conducting rescue efforts for both humans and animals. This was evident during the recent evacuation of communities from the danger zones around the violent…

Washing the ash, we ‘ashk’ an expert

Last Sunday, Jan. 12, social media erupted not just with the explosive news that a restive Taal Volcano in Batangas province blew its top anew (after simmering for nearly 50 years). As the ashes from the eruption…

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