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July 12, 2011

The Capable Commuter: 15 Tips for Getting to and from Work in Rainy Weather

The rainy season poses a huge hassle for anyone who commutes. Prepare yourself with these rainy-day travel tips! By Tala Dayrit
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rainy_day_commuting_inside.jpgWe all know that commuting can be a hassle and that the rainy season only makes it worse. It’s bad enough that we have to ride stuffy jeepneys or buses, but a downpour can make the annoying street congestion we have to suffer through before we get to work, school, or home downright unbearable. Don’t add to your rainy day worries by being caught unprepared during a storm.

It never hurts to be prepared during these times, and we’ve prepared a list of tips to help you get to your destination safely during rainy-day commutes.

For more on commuting, read these other FN articles:

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  • clermont Jul 12 2011 @ 12:40pm Report Abuse
       
    Rainboots should be included in this list since there are a lot of flooded areas here in Metro Manila, especially during typhoons and employees still need to go to work.
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