Times have changed, but the automotive industry has as well.
The Tokyo Motor Show (TMS) is returning in 2023 following its cancelation in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The IATF is allowing trips between NCR Plus areas which include Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal.
The new curfew hours will also pair with the extension of the Modified General Community Quarantine to May 14, 2021.
It’s worth the wait, as this project aims to improve the usual travel time from Manila to Antipolo.
A recent viral video has sparked action with the DOTr as it works with other government agencies to prevent the illegal transport of passengers into the NCR Plus bubble.
It is still highly recommended to stay at home and to less travel within the NCR Plus Bubble to further help reduce the increase in COVID-19 cases.
If you aren’t an essential worker, it is highly recommended that you stay home until the quarantine period ends.
There are certain exemptions though.
In the interest of public health and safety the 1-meter physical distancing measure will be observed.
The IATF has released a new resolution that lowers the physical distancing space between passengers in public transport.
MPVs no longer top the list of most-inquired-for cars for the first half of 2020, but subcompact cars are.
More safety measures have been put into place by the DOTr to help stop the spread of the pandemic.
In keeping in line with MEQC protocols the PNP have place checkpoints on NLEX and SCTEX.
The PNP releases a follow-up statement clarifying the matter on solo drivers without face masks.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the 2020 Bangkok International Motor Show is still pushing through.
Shuttle vehicles like the Hyundai H-100, HD36, and HD50S modern jeep are now modified and equipped to deal with the new normal of transportation.
The Toyota Vios Racing Festival is one of the biggest motoring events of the year, which is one of the reasons why it got canceled for 2020.
The new priority lane, promos, and discounts are designed to give back to those who are working on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19.
Following ECQ guidelines, most dealerships in the country closed, but following MECQ and GCQ, car showrooms can open their doors once again.