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What should you keep in your glove compartment?

Glove compartments are great places to stash stuff on the go. Some overflow with leftover fast-food ketchup packets, hair bands and receipts from purchases long forgotten. Others hold simply a vehicle’s title and registration, two pieces of paper that are like gold to a car thief. So what should you keep in your glove box? Check out our lists of must-haves and nice-to-haves – neither of which includes gloves.   &nb... read more
Au2 Freebies of the Week!

Get a chance to win Baseball Caps sharing this on your Facebook Wall !!!             Promo Mechanics   1. Promo is open to all Au2parts members but preferably for Metro Manila residents (due to distance when claiming the prize). Should be logged in as Car Fanatics. (Not yet registered? Register here: 2. Automotive News, Au2 Deals of the We... read more
18 Tips for Saving Money on Gasoline

by: Fisher Swanson Gas prices are on the rise. Here are some tips to help you conserve gas and save money as we approach summer gas prices. 1. Keep your car tuned up. Cars in poor running condition use more gasoline. 2. Plan trips well to avoid unnecessary driving. 3. When you run your air conditioner you get much worse gas mileage. Use your air conditioner sparingly. If you have a lower setting, use it. Turn it on until the ca... read more
DPWH: "Smooth" Edsa in 2 years

The 23-kilometer Edsa becoming as “smooth” as North and South Luzon Expressways (NLEx and SLEx)? That’s no fantasy trip but a concrete reality that can be achieved in two years, according to Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson. Plans are shaping up for a massive repair work on the country’s busiest thoroughfare whose deterioration over the decades, Singson said, showed that “our road standards have really g... read more
'Share a bike' on as MMDA launches EDSA bike lane

Putting up "hanging gardens" is apparently not the farthest the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will go in a bid to "re-green" EDSA. The campaign to make the most famous thoroughfare more environment and pedestrian-friendly saw MMDA put up "hanging bicycles" for public use. "EDSA Bike Lane and Bike Sharing System is now open," MMDA said in its Twitter account Thursday. The sidewa... read more