The fee will go directly to the driver
Do you have a penchant for canceling on Grab drivers? You might want to be more mindful of this because the ride-hailing platform is now charging riders P50 for canceled bookings.The measure is part of the company's 'Better Everyday'
Our attempt to try a car-less future
When people ask me what car I drive to work, my answer usually surprises them: Whatever Grab car arrives at my village. The reality is, driving in our city isn't fun anymore. It's mind-numbing gridlock with a sprinkling of
Love is in the air
Afraid of being alone this Valentine's? Worry not, because Grab has something special up its sleeve for you from February 12 to 14, 2019.The country's leading ride-hailing provider is letting user book a 'GrabBae' on the aforementioned dates.
Let’s see how this plays out
Tired of the constant back and forth between Angkas and government traffic agencies? If yes, then you'll be glad to know a new bill filed in the Philippine Senate could put an end to it once and for all.Senate Bill
Further reducing our commuting options
Our country's hope of having multiple ride-sharing options has taken yet another hit. A report by Philstar.com reveals that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has rejected the Philippine entry of Go-Jek, an Indonesian ride-hailing
Were you one of them?
Did you find yourself ushering in the new year inside a Grab? If yes, you're not alone: You're just one of more than 63,000 people-both riders and passengers-in Southeast Asia who welcomed 2019 while using the popular
How dependent are you on the service?
Love it or hate it, there's no denying that Grab has become an integral part of getting around. And we aren't just talking about ride-hailing, either-the firm has embedded itself into the local transportation industry as a whole.
Is the service really that dangerous?
The new drama between the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and motorcycle ride-hailing firm Angkas is showing no signs of dying down any time soon.In a statement released by the government agency, it reminded patrons of the company that using the
About time
Having a hard time booking a ride lately? We know how it feels. Taking into account the Christmas season rush, countless year-ender parties, and the limited number of drivers available, we're not exactly surprised either.Thankfully, this might be
Are you in favor of this move?
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) have aired their side regarding the temporary restraining order (TRO) that now allows them to apprehend Angkas riders. Basically, this TRO overrides the preliminary injunction issued by the
Are you affected by this?
Bad news for Angkas customers. The Supreme Court has issued a resolution that essentially prohibits the motorcycle-based ride-hailing app's operations, and once again gives the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) the authority to apprehend its riders.You
Think twice
Have you made a habit out of canceling your Grab bookings because a) the driver is too far away, b) your ride is taking too long to arrive, or c) you just feel like it? If yes, you might want to change
Do you have insurance yet?
Insurance company Manulife has partnered with Grab to provide passengers with information on the importance of saving, investing, and life insurance.As a result of the collaboration, 200 Manulife-branded GrabCars are now operational on the streets of Metro Manila and nearby
Planning to get into ride-hailing?
There's a reason the Toyota Vios is one of our country's most popular ride-hailing vehicles: It's just so damn reliable. And now, the subcompact sedan is about to further cement its place as one of the industry's
This will be a big help
SM just gave us our first taste of 2018 holiday traffic madness with a three-day Megamall sale, and it's only going to get worse in the weeks to come. People have cash and things need to be bought, so it'
It’s called the ‘Safer Everyday Tech Roadmap’
It was a busy day for the country's biggest (and only?) ride-hailing service. Grab Philippines launched today its 'Safer Everyday Tech Roadmap,' which aims to, well, make the service safer for everyone who uses it-both driver and passengers.The
Do you agree?
By now you've heard that Grab's P2.00 per minute charge is back, and this time with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board's (LTFRB) approval. Bummed? Maybe you shouldn't be, because the ride-
Will things go back to normal now?
So that's that. Grab's time-based P2.00 per minute charge is returning, and you can expect it to be reflected in fares as early as 12am tomorrow (September 21, 2018).In a Facebook post released earlier tonight, Grab Philippines
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