Grab Driver

Transport network company Grab is set to start their in-car video and audio monitoring, today (Monday). In a statement issued by Grab, the audio and video recording is a pilot study done only in Metro Manila area. The said program is to identify whether or not installing such is an …

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Grab Brian Cu

Are you a Grab customer who used its services from February 10 to May 10 2019 and paid P1,200 fare? Or have you used their services from May 11 to August 10 and paid a P450 fare? If you’re from Manila and said yes to one (or both) of these questions, …

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Grab

The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has slapped another multimillion-peso fine against ride-hailing app Grab after the latter failed to comply with its commitments from May to August. A total of Php 16.15 million worth of fines was charged fo Grab Philippines, which includes Php 14.15 million for “extraordinary deviation on …

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The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has called for a meeting with Transport Network Companies (TNCs) this week to discuss complaints from commuters of alleged hike in fare prices. The board, in its statement, said that they receive complaints that some ride-hailing applications have started to charge higher …

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Grab Driver

And its on like Donkey Kong! Ride-hailing app Grab slammed a lawmaker after the latter expressed his firm belief that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) should slap a P15 billion fine for allegedly overcharging 3 million users of the said app. According to Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta …

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The Philippines’ antitrust body has ordered Grab to refund a total of around Php 5. 05 million to its customers. Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) issued the order to the ride-hailing app as the latter was  “overcharging” customers who used their service between February and May 2019. Aside from the Php …

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A Facebook post from Grab driver Sherwin Balolong confirms the buzz on social media last Friday, 31 October, that Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade took public transportation and made unannounced inspections in various transport terminals and offices. As further narrated by DOTr Assistant Secretary Goddes Hope Libiran on …

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Leading food delivery platform GrabFood launched its expansion into Bacolod City on Tuesday, October 22, making it its 35th location in the Philippines in less than a year. GrabFood is one of the features of Grab, a popular mobile application positioned as Southeast Asia’s “everyday everything app.” During the launch …

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Grab Food

Senator Sherwin Gatchalian has filed a bill which seeks to transfer the “risk” of customer no-shows to ride-sharing company Grab Philippines, following an incident where a GrabFood delivery personnel was allegedly forced to sell 14 unclaimed orders of milk tea due to a customer no-show. I file a reso to …

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The Philippines’ ridesharing industry has seen exponential growth in the few short years it has existed. Beginning with GrabCar in 2015, ridesharing apps have come (MiCab, Owto, HirNa) and gone (hello, Uber), but there’s no question the industry continues to thrive. Of course, as with anything that evolves, there’s bound …

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A viral video came out Tuesday, September 10, after a Grab driver-partner was assaulted by those who tried to book a Grabcar service for five. Napakayabang mo kuya!!!! Di ka na naawa sa driver, tinadyakan mo na yung kotse, nanakit ka pa. Pa viral po natin si kuya!!!!! #GRABPH #Grab …

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Grab Philippines is coming up with new features that allow users to buy tickets for point-to-point provincial buses, send packages across the country, book hotel rooms and salon services, watch videos, and pay online via their mobile phones. According to Grab Philippines Country Head Brian Cu: “Grab has introduced a …

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The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is encouraging drivers and commuters alike to file complaints against abusive public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers and LTO personnel following their recognition of multimedia reporter Gillian Cortez for filing a lasciviousness complaint against an abusive Grab driver. Atty. Clarence Guinto, LTO National Capital Region West …

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The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has revoked the Professional driver’s license of a driver for Grab Philippines for inappropriate behavior against a female passenger while aboard the vehicle. LTO National Capital Region (NCR) West Regional Director and concurrent Acting Director for Law Enforcement Service (LES) Atty. Clarence ‘Chuck’ V. Guinto …

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Grab Driver

Depending on who you ask, being a ridesharing driver is a lucrative business. You’ve probably heard some drivers say they earn upwards of PHP10,000 a week. I’ve actually encountered one who said he can pocket PHP60,000 per week cleanly. Although the claim sounds dubious, there’s no denying that driving for …

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