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If I could call it an NPE, for want of a more palatable term, then so be it. But if you must know, an NPE is a near-puke experience, like the NDE is of the deathly kind.
My Dad drove me every day to school from nursery until college.
When I was 16, I learned how to drive under the instruction of my father and older brother. I didn’t go to any driving school, but I learned how to drive.
Let’s face it; it would have been easier for me to write about 32 things we hate about driving in the Philippines. The list might even reach a thousand.
People who have spent long hours behind the wheel knows that the task takes a physical and mental toll on the body. A study done by researchers from the University of Leicester in England has found that the seemingly menial chore can also decrease drivers’ brainpower. After observing more 500,000 subjects in five years aged […]
The Philippines just finished the successful hosting of the Miss Universe Pageant, and while we are still in a Miss U high, hopefully we can translate some of the grace of the beauty queens into our everyday driving.
I am always asked about car-guy watches: what belongs on your wrist as you wheel around with wild abandon.
Let’s go for a drive! Words that used to elicit joy and excitement have recently become more associated with torture, thanks to the punishing traffic situation that continues around major cities in the Philippines.
I learned how to drive from my brother. He learned how to drive from my Dad. My Dad learned how to drive from his Dad. One holds the steering wheel on the top part, while the other holds it with one hand, but both are clutch drivers.
The release this week of the smartphone game Pokemon Go may just mark a new high (or low, depending on how you look at it) in incidents of distracted driving. Car crashes involving drivers distracted by the game have been reported in New York City, Melbourne, Washington, and Baltimore.