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Safety Tips for Driving in Adverse Weather Conditions [Infographic]

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The Philippines only has a wet and dry season. Generally, the dry season starts from October to May, and the rainy season starts from June to the early part of October. However, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) details that the country may expect more rain during the early months of 2021. Typhoons, tropical cyclones, and monsoons are often the factors that trigger rains. But the further…

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Negative Health Impacts of Driving and How to Deal with It [Infographic]

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Driving provides convenience to people; however, not many realize that it can negatively affect a driver’s health and well-being.  Driving has been linked to physical and mental health issues that can result in road accidents. Accordingly, the 2019 annual report from the Metro Manila Accident Reporting and Analysis System (MMARAS) has indicated that human error, such as driver fatigue and loss of vehicle control, is among the factors that contributed to the…

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The Essential Car Maintenance Tips You Should Follow Every Year [Infographic]

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Car owners often take advantage of their car’s performance status. They typically skip maintenance because they are busy or do not want to spend a significant amount of money replacing car components. Hence, when they see that the vehicle’s physical parts look good and the engine runs smoothly during drives, they think that their car and its components are still in excellent shape and do not need repair or replacing….

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8 Reasons to Take Driving Lessons [Infographic]

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A lot of people see the convenience and freedom driving provides. Due to this, many are eager to drive. However, they must acquire the required driving skills and get a license before experiencing the benefits of driving. Many Filipinos learn the basics of driving through a family member or a friend as it costs them nothing, compared with taking driving lessons, with prices ranging from Php 2,500 up to Php…

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Coping Strategies to Improve Mental Health (During the Pandemic) [Infographic]

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The coronavirus pandemic has brought many changes to everyone’s life, resulting in people having altered daily routines, experiencing social isolation, and feeling the situation’s financial pressure. Accordingly, the increase in the number of COVID-19 positive cases in the Philippines and the continuing imposition of lockdowns and community quarantine has become stressful. According to the National Center for Mental Health (NCMH), there has been an increase in Filipinos facing mental health…

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Steps to Transfer Car Ownership in the Philippines [Infographic]

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People consider their budget, their needs, and the type of vehicle they want, and what car insurance to avail of when selecting the car they want to purchase. Some even go beyond these factors, weighing whether to buy a brand-new car or a second-hand vehicle. Some Filipinos choose to buy used cars as these are much cheaper than brand new ones. Accordingly, buyers of second-hand vehicles do not have to worry…

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Number Coding Guide for Filipino Motorists in 2020 [Infographic]

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The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) lifted the number coding scheme in March this year due to limited public transportation operations during the enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila. Seven months after the suspension, the agency decided to keep the coding scheme lifted because of the limited number of public utility vehicles available for many Filipinos’ return to the roads after the lockdown. MMDA General Manager Jose Arturo Garcia has…

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Insurance and COVID-19: How Health Insurers Support Clients and Agents [Infographic]

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The coronavirus pandemic has affected the normal flow of work and business, halting operations during the first few months of 2020. Various companies, including insurance firms, have temporarily closed during the enhanced community quarantine implementation in March and continued during the Modified ECQ in May and the current general community quarantine. The strict regulations of the community quarantines have affected individual lives and the workflow of businesses. For example, most…

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Importance of Home Insurance with Calamity Coverage During Rainy Season [Infographic]

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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has been continuously monitoring La Niña’s possible development since March 2020. However, it is only in June this year that it has declared the rainy season’s start. The rainy climate condition and La Nina phenomenon bring about above-normal rainfall conditions over some parts of the country. During the rainy season, the occurrence of storms is expected in the Philippines. According to…

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How to Compare Car Insurance [Infographic]

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Every Filipino car owner needs to secure themselves with insurance so they won’t have to pay significant amounts after an accident or lose their vehicle. CTPL insurance Philippines is a car insurance plan that every Filipino car owner must have as mandated by law. Everyone must have one before they can register their vehicles to the Land Transportation Office. CTPL is not enough to cover all the expenses since it…

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