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That’s what the Land Transportation Office, under Francis Ray Almora, Director for Law Enforcement in the agency will have us all believe in and be charged with. Because we love to modify, upgrade and personalize our cars.
Last weekend’s race proved to be on-the-edge-of-your-seat exciting that I just had to write about it again.
P-ara kanino ka bumaban–gon? Who do you wake up for?
There has been a series of viral videos on social media showing people attempting to open doors of cars while stuck in traffic.
Everyday we get into our cars, start our engines and drive off without ever giving things much thought. While driving should feel natural, light and easy for everyone (through proper techniques), in reality, driving is a very conscious effort that requires much concentration, awareness and alertness.
Supra. The name in Latin loosely means “from the Heavens,” and has identified every single flagship rear-wheel drive sporting GT from Toyota since 1981, although Toyota’s sports car lineage traces further back all the way to the 2000GT from 1965.
The race for the championship will go all the way until the checkered flag drops in the last lap and last race of the Toyota Vios Cup Season 5 this weekend at the Clark International Speedway.
I still remember quite clearly when I was about 5 years old, I slipped away from the watchful eyes of a guardian, and ran out of our apartment in Quezon City and onto the public road to frolic in the heavy rain.
In the 1990s, both the wife and I shared one automotive aspiration: the BMW 5-Series, or 5er, as the Germans would call this.
The new Jaguar E-Pace is a rather bold attempt at a vehicle by a company known mainly for beautifully curvaceous sports cars and sedans.