With the lockdowns lifted and many more allowed to go to work, getting to the office with the limited public transportation system may be difficult. The government’s physical distancing and health and safety guidelines designed to prevent the spread of the virus may mean that these transportation woes may not be solved anytime soon. In addition, a recent study suggests that the greatest risk of exposure to the virus is from large crowds of people, particularly in public transportation.

As such, it continues to be prudent to practice physical distancing and minimizing travel. For those times you have to go out, it’s important to consider a safer way of commuting.  One such way is investing in motorcycles as a means of solo transportation.

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Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI), the No. 1 Motorcycle Manufacturer in the Philippines, believes one of the most reliable and convenient modes of transportation, especially during these trying times, is the motorcycle. The motorcycle keeps the rider safe from crowds, and with the added protection of full-face helmets and face masks, reduces the likelihood of contracting the virus.

HPI joins the country as it works to meet the challenges posed by the global health crisis through promoting physical distancing and providing a safe and convenient mode of mobility.

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“This pandemic is expected to remain with us throughout the year. So, we must ensure the safety of Filipinos by providing the possible transportation solutions that will allow mobility at a reasonable price, yet keep them safe,” said Susumu Mitsuishi, President of of HPI.

Honda offers a number of solutions to get around, in the form of the BeAT, Genio, Click, and PCX150, all AT scooters that have helped Honda become the dominant motorcycle brand in the Philippines.

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“It brings us great fulfillment that our motorcycles are of great importance especially during these days, bringing safety for people against the dangerous virus,” Mitsuishi said.

Providing a safer way for people travel, access necessities, and return to work is proof of Honda’s commitment to its “One Dream” campaign, which is helping fulfill people’s dreams while experiencing the joy of mobility.

Honda will continue to offer products and ways for people to mobilize and achieve their dreams through their products.