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DOTr issues road safety tips amid Barreto sisters feud

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Oct. 24, 19 | 6:33 pm

PHOTO CREDIT: NEWS.ABS-CBN.COM

The feud involving the Barreto sisters has been the talk of the town and people are so agog over the controversy that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) issued reminders against distracted driving.

In news.abs-cbn.com report, the DOTr issued a step-by-step guide on how to keep up with updates on Barretto sisters Gretchen, Marjorie, and Claudine while on the road.

In reminder number 1, motorists are asked not to read social media posts while behind the wheel.

“May anti-distracted driving tayo (We have an anti-distracted driving law)!” read the DOTr infographic posted on Facebook.

For those who can’t resist to check on the latest news about the sisters, the DOTr pointed out that there plenty of other ways to keep track.

The DOTs said motorists on the road with a passenger may ask their companion to read updates for them.

If a friend, however, decides to call to gossip, motorists should ensure they are wearing headsets or have their phones on loudspeaker so they won’t lose sight on the road.

For those who are eager to check “La Greta’s” latest juicy Instagram story, the DOTr advised motorists to pull over at a safe place to check on their phones.

The DOTr post drew thousands of reactions and many of whom said it was a catchy way of promoting road safety. (CC)

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UAE mourns 97 victims of Pakistani plane crash

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The UAE extended its sincere condolences to the government and people of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for the victims of the plane crash in the Pakistani city of Karachi with reports that 97 individuals have died and have left many others injured. President His...

UAE announces 697 new recoveries, total now at 14,495

UAE announces 697 new recoveries, total now at 14,495

The UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has announced 697 new recoveries from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, bringing the total number of fully-healed patients in the country to 14,495. The total number of recovered cases of Coronavirus...

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