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        Backriding Shield
        The company will stage another protest ride on Sunday, December 6
        Rider training program and facility? Check. Official helmet and uniform? Check. Safety protocols? Yup. Backriding shield? To that, Citimuber can finally answer in the affirmative. The beleaguered motorcycle taxi company says its shield complies with the safety standards set by the government.
        ‘Operation Habal-habal Watch’ has been activated
        The Philippine National Police (PNP) welcomes the offer from 14 motorcycle clubs to help authorities implement the backriding shield policy in general community quarantine areas. Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar, commander of Joint Task Force COVID Shield, said in a statement that the
        “Gumastos sila ng perang pambili sana ng pagkain at gamot”
        Good riddance!
        Effective August 19, 2020, the National Task Force (NTF) for COVID-19 has issued new guidelines for pillion riders in areas placed under general community quarantine (GCQ), which includes Metro Manila and its neighboring provinces.Now, riders living in the same house
        Angkas' free-ride campaign to benefit 2,000 frontliners
        To augment the government's efforts in providing free rides to medical frontliners and other support personnel, ride-hailing motorcycle taxi company Angkas has included Pasig City hospitals for its 'libreng sakay' operations in these critical times.Pasig City is fast becoming
        We need all the help we can get
        Motorcycle-based ride-hailing and delivery service Angkas is stepping up the game with free rides for healthcare workers. The motorcycle-taxi service rolled out this program starting August 8, and it will continue until the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) in
        “Hintayin niyo kayo ang magka-virus bago kayo mag-komento”
        Contrary to claims by many of his critics, Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) secretary Eduardo Año asserted that he rides and knew much about motorbikes ever since he was a young officer of the Philippine Army.Año, a
        A sudden change of heart
        The National Task Force (NTF) against COVID-19 has had a sudden change of heart on the pillion riding ban in areas placed under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ). Joint Task Force COVID Shield commander Lt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar disclosed in a
        Backriding is now banned again, though
        Whether on mainstream news or social media, the government directive to make backriding shields mandatory has garnered a lot of opposition. Riders' organizations, motorcycle manufacturers, medical professionals, and even engineers have all spoken out against the use of this protective barrier, which
        We get our hands on a unit to give it a quick shakedown
        Social media is flooded with comments, analysis, and critical remarks about the backriding shields that have been approved by the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, for the use of couples and domestic partners riding a
        He's the symbolic ‘father’ of the riding community
        Many of us know that President Rodrigo Duterte is a true rider at heart. Before COVID-19 wrought havoc on the country, we saw the President go back to riding-as supposed preparation for the National Motorcycle Convention (NMC) originally scheduled to
        What could be the reason why riders are holding back?
        Tomorrow would have been the start of the implementation of the policy of the National Task Force (NTF) on COVID-19 on the mandatory use of the rider's shield, before the government decided to extend the deadline for motorcyclists for the
        You have until July 31
        The commotion surrounding the issue of pillion-rider protective shields doesn't look like it'll die down anytime soon, as groups and individuals objecting against the policy continue to come forward.Just a few days back, even the Motorcycle Development Program
        More sectors are coming out to express their objection
        More sectors are coming out in the open to express their objection to the mandatory backriding shields required by the government, based on claims that it will prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus.The latest to contradict the government's claim
        “Ours has been approved by the government”
        On July 26, the National Task Force (NTF) against COVID-19 will start apprehending riders and their passengers whose motorcycles do not come equipped with backriding shields. No ifs, no buts.Of the two prototype shields approved by the NTF, the version
        Finally, motorcycle manufacturers speak up on the issue
        The Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association (MDPPA) has finally come out in the open to oppose the controversial rider's barrier policy set to be implemented by the National Task Force (NTF) against COVID-19 on July 26, or six days from
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