Snickers is set to launch its “Don’t Drive Hungry” road safety initiative tomorrow April 23 at the Capitol Commons carpark.
The event aims to remind motorists that long hours spent in traffic can lead to hunger which could affect the mood of a driver and the quality of driving.
Moreover, Snickers will be giving out free temporary license plates during the “Don’t Drive Hungry” activity. Interested individuals may pre-register at dontdrivehungry.com.ph. Simply fill in your personal details and upload your car’s conduction sticker. Then, an email will be sent to confirm your application.
On the other hand, you can bring your car’s official receipt and certificate of registration from the Land Transportation Office and present it at the venue for the on the spot temporary license plate printing.
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