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Operations are still limited at 30% capacity
Food deliveries are allowed 24/7 in Metro Manila during the strict GCQ and riders are exempted from the region-wide curfew, authorities said Thursday.Restaurants and fast-food chains can also operate for 24 hours, Metro Manila Development Authority General Manager
If this bill passes, that is
Well, that escalated quickly. A bill filed in the Senate aims to penalize people who cancel orders on delivery riders with up to six months of jail time.Senate Bill 1677, filed by Senator Lito Lapid, will punish individuals who cancel confirmed
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The new system will not immediately cover all Grab merchants, but it’s a start
Cases of order cancellations and bogus orders have long been problems for delivery service providers and riders. This is one of the reasons why the House Bill (HB) No. 6958 or the Food and Grocery Delivery Services Protection Act was recently filed
We’re talking at least six months of jail time and a P100,000 fine
As the demand for delivery services skyrocketed in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it's inevitable that cases of order cancellations or bogus customers have increased alongside it. Fortunately, a new bill that seeks to protect riders in such situations
We’re very dependent on them
For the past few months hopefully you've been following social distancing and are staying home. Because of COVID-19 we saw businesses close and employees lose their jobs, but some people were able to find a side hustle or hustle even
Pinoys are ordering more food
Demand for GrabFood's online delivery has tripled in the first two weeks of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). This is according to the company's country head EJ Dela Vega, who had a Facebook Live interview with Unilever Food Solutions PH
Well, that was quick
Well, that was quick.Following the suspension of all its operations just this morning, Grab Philippines has now announced that GrabFood and GrabExpress will resume operations. As of this writing, both services are now back up on Grab's mobile app. Food
Among other violations
Grab is a service that goes both ways. It takes cooperation from both the passenger and driver's side to make this whole thing work. And if you think you can get away with being an inconsiderate user without repercussions, think again.
Because all of us deserve safer roads
As part of its efforts to improve road safety, the Legal Engagement Advocating Development and Reform, Inc. (LEADER, Inc.) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) NCR East conducted the second leg of the 'Ridelihood' program.Ridelihood is a training program for Filipinos
These apps bring convenience (and happiness) to our lives
Convenience is the name of the game when it comes to mobile apps. The usefulness of an app determines how much people would actually want it. Fortunately, when it comes to car-related apps, there have been a number of developers in
Fond of midnight snacks?
Grab has come a long way since its days as a simple taxi-hailing smartphone app. Over the past few years, the company has expanded to cover a handful of other operations, including courier services, hotel bookings, and yes, food delivery.The
It’s time to put a stop to this practice
Over the past few weeks, posts highlighting the plight of riders of GrabFood, Grab's app-based food-delivery platform, have been making rounds on social media. The problem? Customer 'cancellations,' and how helpless Grab's delivery personnel are in dealing with
Now’s your chance to try out the service
Given the density of traffic these days, a lot of people would rather stay at home rather than plunge into Metro Manila gridlock to head to their favorite restaurant for a quick bite. Even the most gut-wrenching cravings are tested when
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