Through the new service launched on Wednesday, users could now enjoy the GrabCar Plus service with fleet allocation priority and shorter waiting time, while with the Rent a GrabCar service, passengers could visit multiple destinations with just a one-time booking on the Grab app with an adjustable duration, the release said said. “We want to introduce the latest services, GrabCar Plus and Rent a GrabCar as a set of GrabCar services aimed to address various users’ needs and provide extra convenience to them,” Grab Indonesia managing director Ridzki Kramadibrata said in the release. “The launch of Rent a GrabCar also enables driver partners to get incomes through Grab, while at the same time enjoying incomes through fixed fares per hour. Grab app also has a real-time tracking feature, in which passengers can know the exact driver partners’ locations during the transit,” Ridzki added. Currently, the Rent a GrabCar service is available in various cities in Indonesia such as Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Manado and Makassar.
Source: The Nation Bangkok October 12, 2018 03:22 UTC