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Do you know that you can Earn up to Php 70,000 as GrabCAR Driver?

GrabCAR is now in Cebu
GrabCAR is now in Cebu

Cebuanos now have the freedom to choose the way they travel. Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing platform, is bringing GrabCar to Cebu, giving Cebuanos more options to get to their desired destination.

GrabCar, the company’s chauffeured private car service, is now made available for Cebuanos, offering them a wide array of commuting solutions to bring them wherever they want to go.

During a press conference held at the SM Seaside Cebu, Grab Philippines’ Country Head Brian Cu said that as Metro Cebu steadily grows, the transportation needs of the public grow with it as well.

GRAB Country Head Brian Cu
GRAB Country Head Brian Cu

“As transportation serves as catalyst toward sustained development and improvement of people’s quality of life, Grab is committed in making transportation readily available to Cebuanos by offering alternatives to existing transport services. GrabCar is a car-booking app that revolutionizes the way you move by sending a private vehicle along your way at the tap of a button,” Cu said.

Cu said that Grab offers Cebuano passengers hassle-free riding options around the metro by offering them GrabTaxi and GrabCar (Sedan).

GrabCar enables passengers to commute within their comfort zones, especially during rush hour. With this service, they can enjoy the exclusivity, comfort and reliability of a private car.

Tired of metered fares? For GrabCar, once the passenger has placed their pick-up and drop-off locations, the Grab app automatically computes the fares at fixed rates, no need for fare shock.

Backed up with GPS technology, GrabCar need not necessarily follow the usual, congested route. It works by getting around congested roads and hazards, going through the fastest possible way to the drop-off point.

To ensure the safety of their rides, Cu added that once a passenger is matched with a driver, the passengers can see their driver’s name, license plate number, and photo, so they know who’s picking them up ahead of time. GrabCar drivers go through a rigorous screening process and safety trainings for their own benefit aside from the passengers’.

Aside from GrabCar, Grab also launched its transport and management expense system, Grab for Work.

“Logistics and mobility is a big aspect in managing a business, and Grab wants every Cebuano firm to consider Grab for Work as their partner in accomplishing this critical corporate task. After its successful debut in Manila, we now offer the same innovation to companies based here in Cebu.,” Cu said.

Grab Services available
Here are the complete list of services currently being offered by Grab. As of the moment only GrabTAXI and GrabCAR services are available.

How to Use GRAB Car App

With the recent launch of these new services, Cebuano passengers will get to enjoy PHP 100 off on 5 GrabCar rides when they use the promo code CEBU until July 31. To avail of the discount, passengers just need to follow these steps:

  1. Open the Grab app.
  2. Tap the GrabCar icon from the list of services.
  3. Input the pickup and drop-off points.
  4. Input “CEBU” as promo code.
  5. Confirm booking.
GRAB Country Head Brian Cu with ESCoopers Channel Imperial and Ruben Licera.
GRAB Country Head Brian Cu with ESCoopers Channel Imperial and Ruben Licera.

Do You want to Earn as much as Php 70,000 driving your own car?

If you are up to the challenge, you need to visit the Grab Exhibit at SM Seaside City Cebu until Sunday (July 31, 2016). You will be able to get all the details and requirements to join Asia’s leading ride-hailing platform and at the same time earn income using your own car and managing your own time!


For more details on promotions and updates on Grab Philippines, follow their Facebook page,  or visit their website.

To share your Grab in Cebu experience, use the hashtag, #GrabinCebu.

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Written by Ruben Licera

Ruben Licera Jr. is a father of two awesome boys, a full time digital marketing strategist and blogger, a social media strategist, a new media influencer,  community lead, servant leader, social good advocate,  a voluntourist and a full-time diaper changer. Read more about Ruben here.


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  1. Good idea but I don’t think I let someone that I don’t know to ride in my car unless accompanied by my friends or relatives

  2. I saw this on news. I forgot what channel but I don’t know if this is really that safe as what they think.

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