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The benefits of driving

Driving in Metro Manila is commonly equated to road rage; long hours spent in a traffic jam, made even worse by unruly motorists sharing the road. However, studies have shown that hopping behind a wheel and driving around can be quite pleasurable, even therapeutic. 

Getting behind the wheel of a car is enough to get anyone’s adrenaline racing and endorphins surging. Once muscle memory takes over and there’s nothing but clear open road ahead, driving serves as a means of personal meditation and reverie, giving a person the perfect avenue to vent out their anxieties, frustration, and stress.

If you happen to be worried about gas expense while driving for leisure, RCBC Bankard is the credit card that’s got you covered.

RCBC Bankard’s newest partnership with Phoenix Petroleum is the perfect solution to those with wanderlust just itching to get behind the wheel. 

The bank’s latest innovation allows its cardholders a 5% rebate at participating Phoenix gas stations and a 5% discount on diesel and gasoline engine oils.

New-to-bank clients who apply for the Phoenix RCBC Bankard Mastercard will receive a  P500 fuel welcome gift on the first P2,000 spent at any participating Phoenix gas station as well as a P1,500 Uniqlo Gift Card when they spend Php 20,000 anywhere within the first two months from their card open date.

So if the day-to-day doldrums are getting you down, jump in your car and get your pulse racing and your mind clear by driving around with your RCBC Bankard Phoenix Mastercard.  

Topics: Driving , Phoenix RCBC Bankard Mastercard , Phoenix Petroleum , RCBC Bankard
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