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The 7th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS), which opens today, carries the hopes and dreams of the beleagured auto industry.
The 7th edition of the Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) will be featuring car debuts, concept vehicles, and sneak peeks at some of the brands’ international offerings. The show will be featuring 17 brands during the five-day exhibit. Here are some of the new cars that you can see at the 2018 PIMS:
1st Philippine International Motor Show: the start of it all, with the theme Shifting to Higher Gear. The industry then was celebrating as it surpassed the 100,000 unit sale mark
IT’S true that you can discover something about an individual just by observing him/her closely. You can see if a person is mild-mannered or uncouth by his actions. One’s body language can even betray what a person wants to convey but cannot.
Grab Philippines has intensified its security measures for both drivers and passengers. Grab country Head Brian Cu said the ride-hailing company is committed to ensuring the safety of everyone under their watch. “We are committed to improve safety not only to passengers but also to drivers,” Cu said. Grab launched a safety roadmap on Monday […]
With more district offices and regular licensing centers of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) opening, Senator Grace Poe on Thursday said there should be no more reason to lag on transactions to obtain a driver’s license. “Hindi na kailangang bumiyahe nang malayo ang ating mga kababayan para lamang kumuha ng driver’s license o mag-renew ng […]
Malls on major roads in Metro Manila will once again adjust their operating hours to avoid contributing to the expected traffic buildup during the holiday season. After a dialogue with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), all malls of SM Supermalls, Ayala Malls and Robinsons located on Edsa, Marcos Highway, Commonwealth Avenue and C5 Road […]
Though remaining supportive of the government’s public utility vehicle modernization program, a group of transport cooperatives has called on the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to regulate the price of the new jeepney units which have been tagged by suppliers at P2.2 million each. The price increase is expected to cut deeply into the finances of […]
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is not slowing down the PUV (public utility vehicle) program despite doubts aired in Congress over the government’s readiness to overhaul this transport sub-sector mainly by replacing aging vehicles with more environment-friendly albeit pricier models. “We shall continue with the [program]. No delays, no postponement; let us get this done,” […]
Six bridges in Metro Manila have been closed for repairs since February, causing heavier traffic congestion as the holiday season nears. According to Melvin Navarro, National Capital Region director of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), the six bridges — Sevilla, Quirino, Otis, Old Sta. Mesa, Nagtahan and Tripa de Gallina — have […]