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I didn’t get the chance to talk to Dr. George SK Ty. I only knew of him through the words and works of those who directly interacted with him.
It’s always fascinating to learn about the history of luxury automakers’ smaller, more affordable cars. Take, for example, Mercedes-Benz’s compact car. Would you believe that it took all of 21 years for this German marque to go from the W168, the first-generation of the A-Class, to the sleek, sophisticated, uber high-tech fourth generation A-Class that […]
There is no such thing as the perfect car, nor the perfect assembly line. Even in this age of “unerring” automation, there’s that one bad apple that manages to slip through.
If you’re the type of person who loves to bring company along for long trips, vans should be your preferred ride.
Toyota Motor Philippines put all speculations to rest when its president, Satoru Suzuki, announced in no uncertain terms the continuation of its motorsports program during the culmination night of the 5th season of the Vios Cup held Nov. 15.
If you ask many car enthusiasts what their dream cars are, they would most likely mouth off the names and specs of the flashiest, fastest, the strongest, most bad-ass cars, trucks or SUVs ever made.
If only this paper could generate the sound of a symphony orchestra, then you wouldn’t need to read this article.
You don’t really own a car until you’ve paid every cent for it. That’s the essence of taking out an auto loan from any financial institution. That’s why banks have the right to repossess a vehicle whose owners have defaulted on the payments.
It’s the stuff of horror stories, if you really think about it. What starts out as your dream of owning your first car becomes a reality, but then takes a turn for the worse. The cost of monthly mortgages, fuel, maintenance, and other related expenses pile up. You can’t outrun the “demons” hounding your ride, until your car becomes “re-possessed”. And at the end of this scary bad movie, you’re left with nothing but unsavory memories while you’re on your way to work in a public transport.
Last week was a whirlwind of sorts for the offroading community. Members have gone from enjoying their vehicles and their gear in the great outdoors, to wrangling their way through the suddenly “hostile” environs of the concrete jungle because of the sudden enforcement by Land Transportation Office (LTO) operatives of a six-decade-old law against allegedly unauthorized vehicle modifications, and then to the resulting online social media firestorm this issue has generated. Indeed, without even leaving the comforts of home, the people involved have become muddier than being in an actual offroad adventure, no thanks to all the mudslinging.