Articles about GrabTaxi

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Grab, which resumed operations under general community quarantine (GCQ) on August 19, has just announced it is extending the operating hours of its ride-hailing services.GrabCar and GrabTaxi, which could only accept passengers until 10pm upon resuming trips during GCQ, will
And it's only been 30 days
Thirty days after Grab rolled out its 100-day campaign to improve service, the ride-hailing app has announced that driver cancellation is now down by 50%.According to Cindy Toh, Grab country marketing head, from an average of 9% back in
In celebration of Independence Day
There's just something about vintage cars that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Today, Grab Philippines offered us a ride around Bonifacio Global City in some timeless automobiles. We said yes, of course.The good news is that you,
Airport taxis now have to shape up
Finally. After having to deal with opportunistic airport cab drivers for so long, arriving passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport will now be able to book Grab rides after the transport company's official accreditation with airport management.Grab and the
Available in Baguio City
You've got to hand it to Grab--the company never leaves any form of transportation off the table. First was GrabCar. It was followed by GrabBike and then GrabHeli. What on earth will the transportation network company launch next? Well, the
Courtesy of Grab
If you've ever wondered just how busy things get during rush hour in Manila (though we think it should be pretty obvious), maybe the image above will give you an idea.The image is a shot of Grab's "demand heat
Because it's PH Grab Freedom Day
We hope you read our report yesterday that GrabTaxi is now known as just Grab. The app-based transport giant made the name change along with a complete logo redesign. The new logo, according to the company, represents the freedom the service
Announced in Singapore today
GrabTaxi, in line with its continued growth in Southeast Asia, has undergone a rebranding. From this time forth, you can simply call it Grab. The region's largest app-based transport company unveiled its new name, logo and visual identity at a
It's a lot harder than you think
Here's a situation the common carless Pinoy faces far too often: It's the end of the day, you're exhausted after a busy nine-to-five at the office, and all you want to do is change into a loose
Filed by taxi drivers and operators
They say December is the only time traffic can be considered forgivable. Yes, gridlock is worse than ever, but this is because of people scurrying about to parties, gatherings and reunions, so the mood offsets the hassle. And now that we have
Perhaps you'd like to propose up there
Not one to get left behind, MyTeksi--or more popularly known as GrabTaxi--has launched its new e-hailing service, GrabHeli. Commuters will be able to ride a helicopter thanks to the company's partnership with PhilJets. The price? P3,888 per
Our new 10-minute motoring talk show
Hello, guys! Welcome to the very first episode of Straight Torque, our new 10-minute motoring talk show. This will appear weekly on this website, and will be shared via our social-media channels. Also, an audio-only version will be broadcast
Learn more about its provisions
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board has posted a memorandum on its website regarding implementing guidelines for the opening of a premium taxi service (PTS), just days after the agency had announced its ultimatum for unregistered Transportation Network Companies (TNC) such
To complement mainstream fleet
Nearly a year after GrabCar launched its ride-sharing program in the Philippines, the company is now repackaging its operations by launching the GrabCar+ premium service.For GrabCar+, the service deploys midsize sedans and SUVs like the Toyota Camry and Fortuner. Also
And now working closely with LTFRB
When GrabCar launched its private-vehicle ride-sharing service in May 2014, it initially tapped licensed car-rental companies to form its fleet. Nearly a year later, GrabCar has updated its service by opening it to private-vehicle owners who would like
See for yourself
Contrary to what some people think, members of the Top Gear staff don't drive a different new car every week. We don't have a basement parking garage full of the latest in automotive metal. There are maybe three or four
Watch out, Uber
GrabTaxi, Southeast Asia's largest taxi-booking mobile application, has launched the GrabCar private-vehicle service for the Philippine market.Accessible via the very same GrabTaxi app that is popularly used within Metro Manila, GrabCar is a brand-new service "that provides
Available for iOS, Android and Windows devices
Christmas is just around the corner, and along with Santa\'s season come the parties and the paranoia induced by the rising incidence of theft. Thanks to today\'s connected world, you don\'t have to worry about driving after going to
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