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Volkswagen Philippines Child Safety Initiative

The 46th activation of Volkswagen Philippines‘ Child Safety Initiative (CSI) was held at Ayala Malls the 30th last November 4 and 5. The local campaign of the German carmaker’s global CSR efforts toward road safety achieved the landmark 10,000th child participant. More than two years after the launch of the CSI campaign during …

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lto student permit requirements 2017

(Updated last May 2018)   Earning a driver’s license in the Philippines can be an exciting time for first-time applicants. After all, a driver’s license is an important document that can empower an individual with certain abilities and responsibilities. For starters, you can use a driver’s license as proof of …

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Anti-Distracted Driving Act

With the confusion on what exactly is legal and illegal under the Anti-Distracted Driving Act, an advocacy group for passenger safety is reportedly urging the Department of Transportation (DOTr) to clarify the guidelines on the enforcement of the law to avoid confusing motorists. According to the Lawyers for Commuters Safety and Protection …

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Volkswagen PH Steps to Safety

Volkswagen Philippines, the exclusive distributor of Volkswagen vehicles in the country, will introduce the upgraded version of its award-winning Child Safety Initiative (CSI) campaign this coming weekend at the atrium of Robinsons Magnolia in Quezon City on May 20. First showcased at the Manila International Auto Show in April 2015, the Child Safety …

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Baby-friendly car seat

So you’ve recently given birth to your first child, congratulations! Being a new parent comes with plenty of new responsibilities, one of which is the need to travel with your baby in the car. While this presents a lot of bonding opportunities for you and your newborn, it can turn …

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Children are often the most vulnerable passengers in any type of car or vehicle. They are also very curious and are always moving around which increases the chances of them doing something dangerous, such as opening windows, getting their heads caught in something or rummaging around the car only to …

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