JoyRide to have 4-wheel ride hailing service soon

2-wheel courier and ride hailing service JoyRide will soon dip its toes into the world of Grab Car. JoyRide is set to offer ride hailing services for cars (aptly called JoyRide Car).

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Photo Credit: JoyRide Philippines

JoyRide says it’s secured the appropriate approval from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). Effectively the approval of the LTFRB, makes JoyRide Car the newest Transport Network Company (TNC) allowed to operate locally.

JoyRide received their TNC certificate of accreditation last February 24 from the LTFRB. “We view this as a good development as commuters will now have another viable choice for safe, comfortable, and affordable car rides to their destination,” JoyRide Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs Noli Eala said.

The company is now accepting application for TNVS drivers and operators to register as partners. Having another new player in the ride hailing sector should be seen as good thing, as our country eases restrictions all modes of transportation will be needed.

Pablo Salapantan

Pablo Salapantan

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