• Hyundai Keeps It Clean at the National Car Wash Weekend

    On its 3rd successful run, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) will hold the Hyundai National Car Wash Weekend on July 1-2 at authorized dealerships, nationwide.   In the 2-day event, Hyundai customers get to enjoy a full vehicle pampering experience inside and out. The usual exterior wash, vacuum and tire black are stashed with the 23-point check-up using the Global Diagnostic System (GDS) Tool.   And the treat just keeps on getting better! Customers get a limited edition golf umbrella if …

  • HARI Foundation-St. Scho Manila Inaugurate New Training Venue for Next-Gen Leaders

    At the launch of the Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo Center for Leadership Excellence, HARI Foundation, Inc. (HFI) President Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo takes time to inspire younger generations of Scholastican student leaders. Ms. Agudo, a student council president in her campus days, said, “This Center for Leadership Excellence stands as a symbol of all that is true and proud about being a Scholastican for the 21st century.”


    Women leaders for others. St. Scholastica’s College Manila President Sr. Mary …

  • Hyundai Rally Team impresses in Corporate Rally Challenge


    Guess who’s back with a vengeance?


    After a hiatus from corporate motorsports, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) in collaboration with Team Hyundai Philippines (THP) showcased their accurate driving skills in the 2017 STV Auto Rally Corporate Challenge (ARCC) last May. The “On Time, All the Time” rally was flagged off at the Harbor Point Mall in Subic Bay, Zambales.


    Proving that HARI and THP are motorsport ready, the Hyundai rally contingent brought home notable recognitions, …

  • Hyundai continues to sizzle with DEALights Promo


    Hyundai is not ready to bid summer goodbye, well not yet. In fact, it is geared to further heat up its exciting deals by extending the DEALights Promo up to June 30, 2017


    The “DEALights” promo offers easy-to-own schemes for the Accent, Eon, Elantra, Sonata, Veloster, Tucson, Santa Fe and Grand Starex models.


    Now, getting the car of your dreams won’t just make you feel smart and proud; it also allows you to save as much as P150,000 that is usable as cash discount; or subsidies to …


    The groundbreaking ceremony of Hyundai Trucks and Buses Cainta (HTBC). (L-R) Hyundai Cainta General Manager Jonathan C. Qua; HARI SVP for Trade Operations and Development Cluster Numeriano R. Cortez, Jr.; SARI Group General Manager Maria Antonietta G. Alonzo; SARI President Felix K. Limcaoco III; HARI President and CEO Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo; HARI EVP and CFO, Finance & Trade Support Services Cluster Ladislao Z. Avila, Jr.; SARI SVP/COO Doroteo R. Sornet; and HARI VP for Commercial Trade Division …



You can never be too careful once the monsoons set in. Streets get slippery, visibility is impaired, and you would have to deal with flooded roads. Stay safe. Keep your vehicle damage-free during the rainy season. All you have to do is ASK.

Assess the flood conditions.

You don’t want to be another victim with your car stuck in the flood. Take a moment to see if you can actually drive through the water. Ask yourself:

  • Can I see dry road up ahead or a possible exit route nearby?
  • Can I determine the depth of the water based on the other vehicles passing by? 
  • Are there objects or debris in my way that may block my way, puncture my tires, or damage my vehicle?

Observe the MMDA’s simple flood gauging system:

Stay calm. Know your car’s limits.

Now that you know the situation, don’t panic if the road seems impassable.  Forcing your car through puts to risk your engine. You can also lose traction or collide against other cars or other objects on the road. Turn around if you can still do so. If you need to abandon your vehicle, make sure it does not block driveways or get in the way of other vehicles.

Keep an emergency kit and important rescue and service numbers in your vehicle.

The emergency kit should contain a flashlight, bottled water, a towel, extra dry clothes, and a tow rope in case you need to ask for help.

The following emergency numbers will come in handy: 

For medical attention - 16911

For police assistance – 117

In response to the recent catastrophe caused by Typhoon Maring, Hyundai launches F.I.R.S.T. (Fast & Immediate Rescue and Service Team), an emergency assistance service for customers whose Hyundai vehicles were affected by the floods. This service offers 24/7 roadside aid, emergency towing and immediate referral to authorized Hyundai Service Centers. 

For emergencies, call FIRST at (632) 822-3301.