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Affordable Transportation: Grab Introduces GrabCar Saver for Budget-Friendly Rides

(source: Grab Philippines)

A new feature that promises lower fares is now available on Grab App.

GrabCar Saver promises rates at up to 15% or less in exchange for longer waiting times. This is an alternative for budget-constrained customers who don’t find waiting longer a trouble. Like the standard service, it can seat a maximum of four people.

On the other hand, drivers would benefit from having more consistent bookings. Their cancellation rate will also not be affected, giving them more freedom to accept or decline bookings.

As of now, it’s only available at selected hours in Metro Manila and Pampanga in beta testing.

To use GrabCar Saver on the Grab App, follow these instructions:

  • Open the Grab Super App and select ‘Car’ among the featured services in the main menu
  • Pin your pickup and drop-off locations
  • On the booking screen, choose GrabCar Saver among the list of ride options
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