Automotive Technology and Road Safety
Features on automotive trends, destinations, auto shows, technology, road safety and interesting articles from the motoring world presented in well-written articles with photo galleries.
Mention the word plastic and what instantly comes to mind? Scenic highways of our 7,000 islands marred by galaxies of stray plastic bags.
posted September 18, 2012 18:09 by Tito F. Hermoso
The Gasoline Electric Hybrid vehicle is probably one of the most significant automotive innovations of the later century. Though initially intended as a stop gap for the transition into fully electric vehicles, more and more
posted September 07, 2012 15:15 by Inigo S. Roces
New cars are truly technical wonders these days. They're loaded with safety systems that keep a keener eye on the road than most drivers do. The average car already has quite a number of them,
posted August 29, 2012 15:34 by Inigo S. Roces
Smitten by the EcoSport? So were we, which is why we didn't pass up the chance to interview one of the men responsible for its evocative design, J Mays, Group Vice President, Design, and Chief
posted January 25, 2012 15:33 by Iñigo S. Roces
You take them for granted every day you drive; those 4 contact patches of your car's tires that embrace terra firma. Within the safe confines of your car, your life depends on them.
posted July 12, 2011 12:23 by Tito F. Hermoso
Everyone in the industry seems to have an advocacy program for road safety. However, many advocacies tend to remain in armchairs, often missing a real, concrete plan for action.
posted May 18, 2011 14:19 by Vince Pornelos
Previous to the OM 636, diesel power was mainly understood in these islands to mean huge marine engines that power ships, slow revving engines that drive remote power generators and big displacement iron block power
posted February 10, 2011 15:06 by Tito F. Hermoso
In Japan, it is said that the people who bow the most and the lowest are the businessmen. They will bow as deep as appropriate, to apologize for the slightest unhappiness of the customer.
posted November 23, 2010 14:39 by Tito F. Hermoso
With Ford's reduced stake in Mazda, the signs are ominous and it goes beyond Ford's reduced management footprint on the Japanese company's Board.
posted October 27, 2010 18:41 by Tito F. Hermoso
Once derided as a sop to the weaker [read: feminine sex], automatic transmissions are now the rule in many of the world's car markets. Long a staple in the USA, where manual gearboxes are the
posted September 29, 2010 18:12 by Tito F. Hermoso