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    #31
    Magbabike na lang talaga ko pag nagkaganun..

    bigalng magbabagsakan presyo ng sasakyan niyan pag nagkataon... hehehe

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    #32
    Pag nag kataon.. sisikat si Daniel Dingle..

    Baka sumikat na ring yung Water powered Car nya... (hydrogen power )

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    #33
    inaanticipate ko na yun mataas na presyo nagsasanay na ako magcomute/magkakad, 2x a week ko nlang gamitin oto ko or pag umuulan nlng.

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    #34

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    #35
    Hahaha!!! Instead of the Insight and Prius we got 3.0 24v V6s!!! hahahaha. Ang saya talaga! As if people need all that horsepower in traffic! :bwahaha:

    We got a lot of V8s uselessly guzzling a quickly diminishing and as of yet still irreplaceable resource.

    Bring me a JDM 660cc car when this 50Php/L hits us!

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    #36
    if the price of gasoline does hit P50 (which is grossly exaggerated by our pathetic media), i'd expect traffic to improve because of the following reasons:

    - operating dilapitated vehicles would be more senseless as the expense to operate these gas guzzlers outweigh the convenience / benefits of using them.
    - old cars would be used less and less.
    - public utes would be more efficient since the operators would try to maximize passenger load for every trip. no more buses / jeeps queuing up on corners - burning gas.
    - carpools would become more popular.
    - using a car with only the driver as the passenger is now senseless (unlike now where you see a lot of cars with only the driver in it - especially the yuppies).
    - mass transport systems would be fast tracked
    - motorcycles as a form of transportation would boom.

    although kung P50, medyo ok pa naman yan... just double your gasoline expense. so if you want to still ride your car then cut down on other *unnecessary* expenses.

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    #37
    don't forget that not only cars/jeepneys/buses are using fuel. the rise in fuel cost also affects businesses, for delivery and production, which will also raise prices of goods.
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    #38
    Yep. Affected lahat. Kapag tumaas din ng ganyan eh ganyan din ang itataas ng presyo ng basic needs ng mga Filipino. Sana tumaas din yung income natin.
    Last edited by FrankDrebin; August 5th, 2004 at 01:26 PM.

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    #39
    Originally posted by boybi
    don't forget that not only cars/jeepneys/buses are using fuel. the rise in fuel cost also affects businesses, for delivery and production, which will also raise prices of goods.
    in business.. magiging mas efficient muna ang pag deliver ng mga goods bago tatamaan ang product.... just compute.. say isang truck ng sardinas.. assume mo na sa truck eh may 5000 cans of 35g na sardines... from the current price of diesel na nasa P20.. to say P50.. that's Php30.00 divide mo by 5000, that's only 0.0006 pesos per liter per can.... hindi sya ganung kalaki...

    magde depende talaga yan sa:
    - process ng pag produce ng product.. kung malaking component ay fuel.. o petroleum based (note na pati ibang products like packaging materials, kung petroleum based eh sasabay sa pagtaas)
    - electricity costs ng pag produce... mas marami atang mga IPP ay bunker oil ang fuel to produce electricity.. kaya pati kuryente tatamaan...

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    #40
    Sana wowsie isang litro lang ang konsumo ng isang biyahe ng cargo truck mo

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gasoline at P50 - P60 ????????