With Uber's exit in the country on April 16, commuting in the Metro Manila just got even worse. The app, despite sometimes being a more expensive option, threw a lifeline to commuters in the hellhole that is the Metro Manila public transportation system.
With Grab buying out their competition's business, it now seems that Grab drivers are taking advantage of its monopoly in the market (at least until Hype and Hirna begin their operations). We round up a few difficulties experienced by riders who are left with no choice but to book Grab for their daily commute.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.