Daily I’ve been receiving inquiries regarding transport business and topics related to it. So I decided that once I’ve got the chance I’ll be writing blogs again re transport (I usually just post my thoughts and ideas on my Facebook Page Diaries of a Transport Queen or Road Rent-A-Car Transport Service Cooperative) in an attempt to answer (at least as far as what I know). I will also try to start blogging short write-ups of my learnings on the various activities of the Cooperative (these are posted on my fb page too!).
So from sharing it on my fb page, I will blog soon on the ff. topics;
Entering the Transport Business – what you need to know
Ways on how you can earn using your vehicle
How to be a Member of ROADRACTSC
and many more
Writing regarding Transport is quite challenging, sometimes I’m thinking if I will blog or just do a Vlog in order for my audience to understand. Or maybe write it in Taglish (tagalog and english), whatever.
Do you have other topics in mind? Care to comment below.
If you have read my last post regarding weddings, well here is just an additional information.
Bridal car and guests car service are important items too, add that on your wedding plan list.
Do not forget your mode of transport on your special day or you can also accommodate for your invited guests. If you do not have the luxury of renting a BMW, a Mercedes Benz, Jaguar or a Chrysler you can always count on ROAD RENT A CAR.
You may have other car options that will not hurt your pocket.
On pic, was the actual car rented of a walk-in inquiry wedding organizer via Road Rent A Car facebook page.
Example: Bridal car rates for sedan only cost P2,000/4Hours. Rates differ depending on the type of car and hours of actual use. It also comes with VIP premium driving service.
You can also use SUV like Montero or Fortuner, they look great too!
For your guests, you may hire a van suited for your guests needs. A van may seat a maximum of 14 guests.
Whatever type of car you will use on your wedding day, remember, that it’s just one part of the other details that you have to attend to. Always remember to give thanks and smile for your wedding day deserves to be the most memorable and cherished event of your life. 😙😙😙
More about cars?
Like their fb page: roadractsc
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For some sector of our society maybe the answer is Yes! But how about the Transport Sector?
On the daily news, reports about the daily apprehension against colorum vehicles were highly intensified even treating them as “criminals”, Grab fare went down despite of the rising cost of fuel, maintenance costs are high and yet renters kept on asking for lower fares. And because of these factors, transport partners are being forced to not to take a trip coz of fear of apprehension despite of their being “legal” in terms of having business permits, for TNVS they are forced to just park their vehicles at home (no income due to high fuel cost). Oftentimes, entrepreneurs in the transport sector are having a hard time to just “operate” and do business just like the others. Tourist franchise does not have moratorium but why is it so hard for our Govt. to release the franchise? Why do our transport partners often have to hide in order to operate just to avoid being impounded? When in fact, some already have applied for the franchise but still it can’t be released even after 2 years of waiting.
When can we be “independent” to make a living by using our own vehicles? When can our Govt truly make a “JUST and reasonable” guidelines and have an “express franchise” in order for all to operate legally specially in the Tourist Transport Sector.
For the TNVS, why do they have to compare the fare to a regular taxi when TNVS is very different, taxis do not have less 25% as TNVS do. They do not serve door to door. They do not have “ratings” wherein they could be de-activated anytime. When can they be independent from the scrutining eye of the LTFRB?
This photo was taken last year at one of our seminar for our Independence Day event. We aim as a group to be free from being “colorum” by forming a group and register as a “Cooperative.”
We as a group aims to work and comply with the legalities laid out by our Gov’t agencies. But despite of our being as one with the Gov’t ideals, we still suffer from the current transport system and the “old, traditional mindset” of those who are holding the position.
But maybe, yes we hope and pray, the eyes and ears of the Government will see us – not as a nuisance but as One united to elevate the situation of our Local Tourists as well as the riding public in general.
To be “free” from the claws of corruption sorrounding the transport industry. Thus, w that being said we can truly say;
“Happy Independence Day!”
We took the initial steps of coming together in one advocacy – a legal and a truly free (from corrupt) Operations of Transport Businesses, we hope to continue this journey in memory of Ka Agapay (wearing orange shirt beside me).
Interested? Want to join a Transport Service Cooperative? You may e-mail your intent to email@example.com.