'Kuyas ng Kalsada' are easing the lives of commuters

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Posted at Aug 26 2022 04:11 PM

Photo source: Move It
Photo source: Move It

Filipinos are naturally warm-hearted and respectful especially towards others.

As many other Asian countries with honorifics in their language, Filipinos are one with this kind of culture of paying respect to people who are older by using the appropriate titles such as: Ate, Kuya, Tita, and Tito. Although these titles are used more colloquially and said towards any stranger regardless of age – using them maintains that sense of respect especially to people you have just met and said to those who offer services to us.

Many of our ates and kuyas have brought great help to us – from providing household care, services around the community, and now even providing safe, efficient, and fast rides for people to get around especially with the looming traffic in the metro.

So, to recognize our Filipino riders, a TNVS company has named their kuyas as: Kuya ng Kalsada. It is Move It's way of saluting the hard work that riders put in to provide everyone a safe, accessible, and affordable ride. 

Kuya ng Kalsada

Like a good friend or an older brother, Move It ensures that their riders are kind, trustworthy, and dependable on the road. 

These kuyas are experts in navigating through the streets of Metro Manila. Daily commuters may have probably seen the Kuya ng Kalsada  in their signature red uniforms picking up passengers who are in need of help in moving around the city. 

The Kuya ng Kalsada will always try to look after you and make sure that you are happy and safe on every ride.

Every Kuya ng Kalsada undergoes safety training before hitting the road to help ensure all commuters are safe and secure. They also respect and follow the law and observe proper protocols upholding Move It's safety standards. 

Moreover, every rider is required to wear protective gear such as helmets and long-sleeved tops, including high-visibility vests, to give overall protection on the road, especially at night. Riders also offer separate helmets and hairnets to passengers for security and hygienic purposes. 

As gas prices are rising and more people are on the road, especially now that face-to-face classes are back, commuters need a reliable, safe, and quick ride to get to work and travel to different places in the country. 

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Follow these steps to book a Kuya ng Kalsada. Photo source: Move It

Follow these steps to book a Kuya ng KalsadaPhoto source: Move It

Follow these steps to book a Kuya ng KalsadaPhoto source: Move It

Follow these steps to book a Kuya ng KalsadaPhoto source: Move It

Follow these steps to book a Kuya ng KalsadaPhoto source: Move It

To book a ride with a Kuya ng Kalsada, all you have to do is to follow these steps below:

1. Download the Move It Now app through your AppStore (iOS) or PlayStore
2. Register by adding your contact details, via Google, or via Facebook. 
3. To book a moto-taxi ride, choose the "Mototaxi" tile and input your pick-up and drop-off location.
4. To apply a promo code, tap "Coupon" and type the promo code TIME2MOVEIT to get P20 off your ride. Tap "Apply".
5. Tap "Move It Now" and get a Move It rider at your service.

Not only are passengers guaranteed low fares, but also discounts that can help commuters save more. 

As a bonus, by using the special promo code: TIME2MOVEIT you can get P20 off your ride, valid for four bookings. 

So, if you need a Kuya ng Kalsada to rely on, simply download the app and book your next ride.

To know more about Move It visit their website or connect with them in their official Facebook page.

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