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GRABTAXI SHLD BENEFIT FROM SURGE PRICING TO PREVENT CHEAPSKATES

Grab is not being fair to us taxi drivers! They should put in the surge to GrabTaxi as well not be just surging GrabCar and justgrab! I find it really unfair for us as we are earning lesser because of this. Putting in surge for GrabTaxi as well will make things better for us taxi drivers as well as passengers are left with no choice but to pay for the surge when they book either a car or taxi! Of course cabbies like me on justgrab and GrabTaxi platforms will feel shortchanged! Now I urge LTA to step in now and make grab impose surge pricing on GrabTaxi too, Toa will deter people from being cheapskates! Desperate already still want to save???

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ANGRY TAXI DRIVER SUSPENDED FROM CALL BOOKINGS, BUT STILL ALLOWED TO PICK UP STREET PASSENGERS

The GrabTaxi driver who was alleged to verbally abuse and physically assaulted his female passenger had his account suspended by the company.

A TransCab spokesman had said that the driver has been suspended for all call bookings and investigations are ongoing. However, the driver is still allowed to pick up passengers on the street. Police are also investigating the case, as a report had been lodged.

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TAXI DRIVER: SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH SOCIETY FOR SUPPORTING GRAB & UBER!

Something is very wrong with our society, this man is the Co-founder of Grab. What he did to the business are considered to be successful by many. However the way the business was done was simply not correctly moral. Grab was originally known as GrabTaxi and during the initial stages, the business was supported by majority of taxi Drivers. As the business grew, GrabTaxi was renamed as Grab with the introduction of GrabCar. This incidentally created taxi Drivers own competitors for the sake of increasing profits. Is this act consider morally correct?

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LTA BEGINS CLAMPDOWN ON THIRD PARTY TAXI APPS

In a statement released by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) today, the authorities have laid down the ground rules for third party taxi app companies to operate in Singapore, putting out a list of rules which includes requiring taxi apps to only allow taxi drivers with valid taxi drivers' vocational licenses to serve customers.

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TAXI DRIVERS SHOULD STOP WHINING ABOUT GRABTAXI & IMPROVE THEMSELVES

I read in the news regarding taxi drivers and the car sharing companies here in Singapore(Uber and Grabtaxi). Taxi drivers here are concerned that this new companies are spoiling their rice bowls. I taken taxis most of my life until i own my own driving license and this taxis rides always makes me think i am in a F1 car. What i am trying to emphasize is taxi drivers should stop whining and start doing a real job. You can't beat them, join them. Uber and grabtaxi will always accepts drivers to join them.

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TAXI DRIVER RUDELY DEMANDED ME TO CANCEL CAB BOOKING BECAUSE HE CANNOT FIND ME

At 856am today Tuesday July 21st 2015, I managed to book a cab via GrabTaxi to get me to work. At 902am he called and shouted, "EH I THINK YOU BETTER CANCEL THE BOOKING! CANCEL THE BOOKING! I CANNOT FIND YOU!" Which he then hung up before I could even say anything. I called him back, trying to tell him my location nicely and that I am just straight ahead, keep driving straight. He lashed back and said, "NO NO NO! IT'S OKAY! JUST CANCEL MY BOOKING! I CANNOT FIND YOU! GO BOOK ANOTHER CAB!" Hangs up again before I could even utter a word.

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TAXI DRIVER: THANK YOU UBER, GRABTAXI, HAILO & EASY TAXI

I was flabbergasted after reading a news article in yesterday Straits Times with a heading… “Cabbies cry foul over rival drivers”. In the first place, the news article reported mainly the opinions of a single person, Mr. Ang Hin Kee, who is NOT a cabby but an adviser of the National Taxi Association (NTA) and a Ang Mo Kio GRC, Member of Parliament. Undoubtedly, his views cannot be depictive of Singaporean cabbies in general.

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