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It looks like Uber and Grab’s local woes are far from over. In addition to the five-million-peso fine that the LTFRB imposed on the ride-hailing services, which both of them will fully comply with, the government agency plans to shut down unlicensed Uber and Grab cars. In a memo
And more on the Anti-Distracted Driving Act.
Okay girls, it's honesty hour: raise your hand if you've ever attempted to put makeup on while driving. We see you (and, sheepishly, we're one of you), but so does the good ol' government—now that law RA 10913 or the Anti-Distracted Driving
I've always been scared to drive—and it's not because I’m a girl, mind you.
I’m 26 and I just recently learned how to drive. But to be fair, I never really felt the need to. Growing up in the province, my parents drove me to and from school every day. When I entered college, I moved
“What have I done to deserve this kind of torture?”
Last month, Waze, a GPS-based navigation app, claimed that Manila has the “worst traffic on Earth.” As a driver, I couldn’t agree more. Whether you are coming from the rural towns in the east or from the far-flung urban cities in the