I'm interested in getting a dropside model for business use, but someone told me that multicabs can't be used in south , north, and coastal road expressways. Is is true? I want to use it from Cavite to Divisoria so I need to pass by coastal road.
I haven't heard any information that van or pick-ups are banned on major expressway. I still see a lot of them that travel and I just use my van sa South expressway and wala naman problema. Pascalhatesworm travels to Tarlac and nobody is stopping him. So I guess sa coastal road hindi sya bawal. Just be careful sa crosswind and pag nadaanan ka ng bus o truck especially if you have the origanal small tires.
KEI Van/Pick-up enthusiasts
So it's just rumors lang pala,
regarding po sa tires, balak ko sana mag 13inch na 50 series na 6inch ang lapad. meron po bang nabibilhan na ganun size na fit sa mga suzukis? gusto ko sanang gawin parang toy truck, yun bang nakalabas ng konti yun gulong sa body
For the tires, try Minerva Tire Gallery (Westgate, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City). For the positive offset wheels, try looking for old 13" wheels from the 80s with a bolt circle of 114.3mm.
its ok to use it in expressway everyweek we use our kei van to go manila and back here at bulacan it had no prob. its so fast can run 110-120 kph if i open my aircon 100kph is ok but when me and my dad use our suzuki carry 1992 w/ a/c on it can run up to 120kph but the machine is too angry bec. it has only 4 speed not like my van has 5speed
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