July 25, 2017

These aren’t GrabBikes – they’re Grab’s enforcement team

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By Grab (Grab official website) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Grab has introduced the Grab Enforcement Team, where enforcement officers ensure Grab drivers display the proper PHV decals and have their PDVL or concession letter. Grab today (July 3) announced it has formed a team of enforcement officers to ensure its driver-partners have the correct licenses.

Called the Grab Enforcement Team (GET), the “small team” of enforcement officers, who have several years’ experience working in law enforcement and security, will be riding “Grab-branded” motorcycles and cars around the island.

Their job is to ensure that all Grab driver-partners display the proper serialised tamper-evident decals, and that they are carrying their PDVL (Private Hire Car Driver’s Vocational Licence) or concession letter, and checking that they comply to the GrabCar Driver Code of Conduct.

The Land Transport Authority said last Thursday that private-hire car drivers who fail to display a licence or special decals on their windscreens may have their license revoked, and will face a fine or even jail time.

Any tampering, including defacement, altering, covering or obscuring of the decals is an offence under the Road Traffic Act. First time offenders may face a fine of up to $1,000, or a jail term not exceeding 3 months, or both, while repeat offenders may […]

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