Tito's deep love for cars and extensive experience in banking, government, higher education, project finance, engineering, publishing and economics both here and abroad has equipped him with unique and penetrating insights into the global automotive industry, making his commentary a must read for the movers and shakers in automotive, marketing and management circles.
After forty years with only one major upgrade in 1990, Mercedes Benz finally evolves the G-Wagen... and it looks the same
Can the cable car be the solution to Metro's traffic? The new administration is thinks so and the Inside Man weighs in
With public transport in dire need of expansion, which way should we go, road or rail?
The usually discreet Japanese are hardly into spectacular gestures. But when they do, it is for bigger gain and at the expense of Ghosn.
The Inside Man takes a fond look back at motoring from 2001, until now
Modernizing the Jeepney? Why not? It was already old when it first hit the streets.
After another failed experiment along EDSA, the Inside Man explores another option to decongest the busy thoroughfare
Loss of brakes, the most common excuse of traffic collisions has given rise to the age old belief in SUBL - sudden unintended brake loss.
Though 3-4 hours Manila-Baguio remains a pipe dream, traffic armageddon long weekends can be avoided by taking diversions to avoid the toll plazas.
To some, taking your car to the “casa” for servicing is like pulling teeth. Why this fear?
While we are all excited about the new 5-year LTO license, many of us have to brave the longer wait, says the Inside Man
SUA or sudden unintended acceleration has been a motor vehicle problem ever since the time a homo sapien had to be in charge to operate the controls of a car.
Today's Hi-Ace, like all Toyotas, is built not only to last but to dominate.