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LTO: Crunching the numbers from ’18 to ’20

f there's any hard evidence that this so-called "golden age of motorization" in the Philippines is well underway, it's the sheer numbers that the government's main office handling land transportation have to deal with.…

Audi Q5 2.0 TDI vs Lexus RX350 vs Mercedes-Benz GLA200: bench racing on specs!

The compact luxury cross-over market is booming. It’s a better, more versatile choice if you want to enjoy the (almost) go-anywhere ability of a cross-over SUV versus a regular sedan, while still enjoying the excellent build-quality of…

No child’s play on the killing streets

In a few weeks, you will be letting your children off into the streets on their way to school, or entrust them to the school bus, van or trike driver.…

Mitsubishi Strada Palawan Media Eco Drive 2019

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is on a roll lately as the brand just recently celebrated a huge milestone: breaching the 1 million-unit sales mark in the Philippines.…

The most well-rounded X5 ever

There has often been a love-hate relationship with the BMW X5. It came into the market early on, which was a bold move.…

Tribute to the driving mom

How often do we find ourselves during our morning school drop offs wishing for a lot more time to spare so we can squeeze in meetings, a grocery run, bill payments, and doctor’s appointment before it is…

Honda HR-V RS Navi 2019: summer feels

There are so many clichés about summer, but they never get old. Summer represents youth, adventure, and excitement. Travel is best done during summer in the company of family and friends. And what better than to take…

Suzuki Jimny Great things come in small packages

Perhaps one of the most anticipated cars for 2019 is the all-new 4th generation Suzuki Jimny, a car that appeals to both enthusiasts, 4x4 hobbyists and cost-conscious motorists.…

Q8 3.0 TFSI S-Line: sensual, stylish and smart

In what seems to be a world inundated by SUVs and SUV coupés, is there place for something like Audi’s Q8?…

Starting May 6, DOST will show that we don’t need imported trains

The news stories the past week have been discussing extensively about the Department of Transportation’s plan to bring in Chinese expertise to develop the country’s antiquated railway system. This plan involves a P14.38-billion contract.…

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