The motorcycle taxi company promises to cooperate with the government to verify the safety record

Photo by a Move It rider in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

MANILA, Philippines – Motorcycle ride-hailing company Move said it is working with the government to verify its passenger safety data and other necessary measures to ensure its app users are protected.

This was the company’s response on Thursday following a statement by Land Transport Office (LDO) chief and assistant secretary Atty. Vigor Mendoza II revealed to the House Committee on Transportation that the agency is verifying safety data submitted by three motorcycle taxi companies involved in an ongoing pilot study.

„Making passenger safety a priority is one of Move It’s seven commitments,” said Move It General Manager Wayne Jacinto. -TWG) and we will share any information necessary to verify its safety data.”

Jacinto added that their company continues to use technology to „enhance the user experience, especially in relation to security.”

According to Jacinto, „One of the strengths of the Move It app is the ability to closely monitor how our partner-riders are driving.”

„With this information and customer feedback, we can monitor behavior and assess our drivers’ driving skills, and emphasize specific areas for improvement or need for additional training,” he said.


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The Move It executive noted that the company has a 99.9% safety rating and is benefiting greatly from its technology partnership with Grab.

Grab also operates in Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, and has a 99.9% safety rating in the Southeast Asia region.

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