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CALAMBA, Laguna – Hyundai Asia Resources Inc. (HARI), the Philippines’ official distributor of Hyundai vehicles, in partnership with the Areza Group, recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Hyundai Trucks & Buses dealership. Hyundai Trucks & Buses Calamba is expected to be open for business by June 2017.
Pictured: The groundbreaking ceremony of the Hyundai Trucks & Buses dealership soon to rise in Calamba Laguna. From left to right: Florencio …
The key to a sustainable corporate social investment lies in identifying one’s sense of purpose and, from there, grow one’s work to benefit both business and society. This was the key message of HARI Foundation, Inc. (HFI) President Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo at the Plenary Session of the 4TH Global Social Business Summit of Gawad Kalinga (GK), held at the Hyundai Center for Green Innovation (HCGI) at the GK Enchanted Farm in Angat, Bulacan. Summit theme was “Social Market: …
MANILA, Philippines - Hyundai Asia Resources Inc., the Philippines’ official distributor of Hyundai vehicles, has finally launched the new Hyundai Grand Starex Super Express in response to the fast-growing commuting needs of mobile Filipinos.
The Grand Starex Super Express is the commercial version of the best-selling Grand Starex, which has received a wide-range of awards (from Most Comfortable Ride, Best Safety Features, Best Engine Performance, Best Full-size People Carrier, …
“Nearing the close of 2016, a more favorable outlook is seen for the remainder of the year as Hyundai is likely to maintain its growth momentum, mirroring the vitality of the country’s economy and its fast-growing automotive industry. With an endless potential, the company will continue to relentlessly satisfy its customers with its line-up of modern premium products and services.” - Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo, HARI President and CEO Performance and Drivers Hyundai Asia …
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) surprises customers with an early holiday promo. The Hyundai EON is now even more affordable with an amazingly low financing scheme. The “OMG (Oh My Greatest) EON Deals!” is made possible with HARI’s partnership with the country’s top banks. (L-R) Numeriano R. Cortez, Jr., SVP Trade Operations & Development Cluster, HARI; Israel S. Cruz, Department Head Auto Loans Division, BPI Family Savings Bank; Dennis T. Fronda, VP …
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.