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Pay for Grab transactions directly using the mobile e-wallet
Regular Grab and GCash user? You can soon use GCash to directly pay for your Grab rides and deliveries thanks to a partnership between the transport app and the mobile wallet. Though there's no final date for implementation yet, both parties
They trick passengers into riding their vehicles then overcharge them afterwards
Here's a very important PSA for commuters who use ride-hailing apps regularly: Be wary of a new modus operandi involving individuals pretending to be legitimate Transportation Network Vehicle Service (TNVS) drivers.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has
Have you experienced this?
We understand that money's tight. With the way gas prices are going and potential tax hikes on the horizon, it's understandable that many are now trying to find way to earn a little extra income. We have to say, though,
Rent by Grab is now available in select cities in Metro Manila
In dire need of a new transport solution in Metro Manila? Check this out: Grab Philippines' newest car-rental service, Rent by Grab.The company is rolling this new service out in partnership with Hertz PH. It aims to "provide a more
It should be easier to book rides soon
How has your ride-hailing experience been ever since Metro Manila shifted to Alert Level 1? If you've been having a difficult time booking rides, your life might soon become a whole lot easier.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (
This will come in handy
Seaoil's latest promo should make rising fuel prices easier to swallow. Well, at least if you're a transport network vehicle service (TNVS) driver or delivery partner.Every Monday this March, Seaoil is giving TNVS drivers and delivery partners from select
PUBs and PUJ operations limited to 50% capacity, rail lines to 30%
We've now entered enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Greater Manila (or more awkwardly known as 'NCR Plus'). Again. It feels like we're back to square one after more than a year into this pandemic. Anyway...The government has already announced
How does that sound to you, parents?
It's been quite the week since the Land Transportation Office (LTO) began the initial implementation of 'Child Car Seats' law, and we know there's still a lot of unanswered questions out there.One common question is this: "Are child car
Something to think about
Bus drivers, tricycle riders, transportation network vehicle service personnel from Grab and Angkas-these people come into contact with dozens, in some cases hundreds, of passengers a day. Their work has been vital to keeping the economy afloat during the pandemic, and
The new payment method will be rolled out soon
Even before the pandemic, about 70% of GrabCar riders still preferred to pay by cash. But after the government-mandated cashless transactions to stop the spread of COVID-19, people have been slow to give up their cash in favor of safer
For Metro Manila, Cebu and Pampanga
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
You can book again starting tomorrow
Well, for better or for worse, Metro Manila is once again shifting back to general community quarantine (GCQ). President Rodrigo Duterte announced the move late last night during a press conference, and along with it, the resumption of public transportation in a
Be prepared for some changes
Transport network vehicle services will resume operations in a limited capacity in areas that have shifted into general community quarantine. This includes Grab, the country's largest and most prominent ride-hailing firm.If, however, you're expecting the service to go
Are you willing to shift to cashless?
The days of cash payments inside PUVs might be numbered.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) have teamed up with PayMaya to provide PUV operators with more cashless payment options. The move is in line
Failure to comply may result in fines
While Metro Manila shifted to modified enhanced community quarantine, some parts of the country transitioned to general community quarantine (GCQ) yesterday, May 16. In case you didn't know, for areas under GCQ, public transportation are allowed to operate in limited capacities.
Some will get below a peso, some over P100
Grab recently made headlines when the Philippine Competition Commission's (PCC) ordered the company to refund about P5 million to its customers due to alleged overcharging. Now, the ride-hailing service provider has released a statement regarding these recent events."Grab will
Expect a response from the Board in the coming days
A lot of controversies have surrounded the application process of transport network vehicle services (TNVS) units with the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) since last year. Now, the Board is being ordered by the Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) to
“If First World countries and cities allow it, why can’t we?”
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has instructed the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to allow hatchbacks-including the previously delisted units-to resume operations as transport network vehicle network services (TNVS) units.The agency released the announcement via Facebook earlier
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