Grab Will Make a Vow with The Driver Does Not Perform Anarchist Actions

By : Ahmad Fadli Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, March 07 2018 - 17:00 IWST

Manjakan pengemudinya Grab meresmikan Grabbike Lounge di Daan Mogot, Jakarta Barat, Rabu 7 Maret 2018 (Fadli: INDUSTRY.o.co.id)
Manjakan pengemudinya Grab meresmikan Grabbike Lounge di Daan Mogot, Jakarta Barat, Rabu 7 Maret 2018 (Fadli: INDUSTRY.o.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Managing Director of Grab Indonesia, Rizki Kramadibrata will collect the community of online motorcycle drivers or drivers to prevent vigilante action. The ojol drivers vowed not to take anarchist action.

"We will collect some drivers to pledge together to reject anarchist and vigilante action," he said at the recently-inaugurated Grabbike Lounge.

It supports legal proceedings whenever a driver is involved in anarchist action. Because management does not tolerate all forms of violence and aggression committed partner grab. To minimize similar incidents, Grab's management will provide periodic retraining and warnings to their driver partners on the ethics of traffic.

It also apologized to the community who was troubled by the driver's driver to immediately report the matter to Grab's management.

"If people experience an unpleasant incident during a trip with Grab, we recommend reporting it immediately to Grab's customer service," he said.

In addition, through the shelter can be a place of socialization between fellow drivers to comply with traffic signs, obey road markings, not against the current, and not riding more than one passenger.

As is known, has occurred on Wednesday (28/2/2018) the act of persecution of two passenger cars Nissan X Trail.

Where in the video circulating in social media looks a group of online motorcycle taxi drivers do the beating and destruction of a white Nissan Xtrail car.

Car drivers had escaped by bumping into a motorcycle that allegedly belonged to an online motorcycle taxi driver. Online motorcycle taxi drivers then rushed after him. The car finally could not go further because stuck in traffic. Car drivers flee leaving their cars ravaged by online motorcycle taxi drivers.

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