A Car Lover’s Guide to Flood Protection



Calling all gearheads, the rainy season is coming and your beloved car could be in trouble! Cars are notorious for rapid depreciation, losing half their value once they are driven off the showroom, but every car enthusiast knows that there’s more to a car than it’s monetary value. Cars can be sentimental and become a part of family moments. Insurance, protective coatings, and regular maintenance are ways of everyday protection for your car. But have you prepared for car flood protection?

Would you let this happen to you? Let our guide show you how you can protect your car!

You already know that when the rainy season comes, floods follow. There are only a few things that can be more disastrous for a vehicle than flood. Guaranteed, a flooded car will experience multiple intermittent problems without proper restoration. Sometimes, the availability of replacement parts can be troublesome. Other times, specialized tools are needed which prevent the user from repairing the car on their own. Then, the car gets stuck at the mechanic’s shop – before you know it, the bills start stacking up and the repairs start costing more than the car.

Check out our car flood protection guide made by the experts!

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

Dry season is about to end. Are you weather-ready?



Scattered rains and thunderstorms brought floods to parts of Metro Manila and across the country the past weeks – an indication of the dry season’s end and the onset of the rainy season.

The rains are caused by various weather conditions:

  1. A frontal system or boundary between air masses that drenched and will continue to prevail over large parts of the country
  2. The southwesterly surface wind flow felt over Region 4A and Western Visayas and,
  3. localized thunderstorms that bring cloudy skies with isolated rain showers and thunderstorms.

cars and man riding a bike in the rain
Consecutive days of rain continue to dampen large swaths of the country. (Photo courtesy: Pixabay)

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

The cause of flood is not poor drainage system



People think the government is not doing enough to solve flooding. Do you think you are solving the problem by throwing trash everywhere?

Then what else is causing flood?

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Flooding is the most perennial natural disaster problem facing our country nowadays.

Floodings have been always been a problem for years for humanity.

With climate change already here, heavy rainfalls always follow floodings. Flooding in major cities have been always a huge headache for the local government.
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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

A Noob’s Guide to Flood Control (5 THINGS TO KNOW!)



A Noob’s Guide to Flood Control (5 THINGS TO KNOW!)

More and more people are recognizing the truth of climate change. As a result, various government agencies are frantically searching for solutions to climate change and its offshoots, which includes flooding.

flood control barriers, notebook with a check mark.

Before you rummage for tips from the Internet, allow us to make life easier for you. Listed below are top five indicators that a flood control program really works. If an idea is not on our list, it’s probably not a sign of a perfectly working flood control program.

flood control barriers, notebook with a check mark.A 5-POINT GUIDE FOR FLOOD CONTROL NOOBS. While everyone is in a panic solving the perennial problem of flooding, take a look on these five things that can help you survive.

More and more people are recognizing the truth of climate change. As a result, various government agencies are frantically searching for solutions to climate change and its offshoots, which includes flooding.

However, conventional measures like construction of dikes and canals are not always effective. Developing countries are still finding it hard to establish long-time and reliable solutions to flooding.

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

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