Cases VS. GrabCar, Uber Dismmissed

Cases VS. GrabCar, Uber Dismmissed

Uber and Grab
And progress continues as planned

Both GrabCar and Uber has had their fair share of legal battles in the country lately, namely against transport groups complaining about their unfair advantage over more traditional means of public transport. Well, the two ride-sharing apps can now rest easy, for the time being anyway – the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has dismissed all the motions filed by 1-United Transport Koalisyon (1-UTAK) against the ride-sharing apps because of lack of merit.

1-UTAK pointed out in their motion that ride-sharing apps like Grabcar and Uber are infringing on equal protection of other public utility vehicles when its comes to franchising, and asserts that the use of surge pricing is unfair compared to the legal hoops that they face when it comes to raising fares on PUVs.


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