We take a look at the Philippines the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals of 1968 and how it might affect you driving in the Philippines. Lack of Road Signs in the Philippines If you drive in the Philippines […]
If you have been driving in Tagaytay recently you might have noticed how much the standard of driving has improved, we take a look at the reason behind the improved driving. My first ever trip to Tagaytay was about 15 […]
Is calling a Bajaj RE a Bajaj Tricycle correct? In the Philippines the Bajaj RE is often called a Bajaj tricycle. So is the Bajaj RE a tricycle? The simple answer is no it is not a tricycle. I often […]
Know your rights when you get stopped by a Filipino Traffic Enforcer. This came from a former colleague of a member of Brits in the Philippines who now consults for the MMDA. May be helpful for those annoying moments you get […]
Traffic enforces in the Philippines are known worldwide for their dancing, but it now seems they are making drivers dance with the help of a taser. A video showing a Cavite traffic enforcer using a taser on a motorist has […]
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