Philippines’ motorcycle ride-hailing service JoyRide launched its on-demand delivery app called “JoyRide Delivery” to assist people and riders in Metro Manila and Metro Cebu amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
JoyRide said a group of its Kasundo bikers who are willing to lend a hand in these difficult times made the new services possible.
Users can download the JoyRide Customer App from iOS or Google Play Store, but for those with their existing app, they can simply update the app to latest version.
How it works?
- The user must open the JoyRide app and pick ‘Delivery’ to book in JoyRide delivery.
- The sender will match with a qualified Kasundo biker who will deliver the parcel to its drop-off destination.
- At the planned pick-up or drop-off point the sender or receiver will meet the Kasundo biker to send and receive the package.
The item’s approved dimensions are 17 x 15 x 10 inches with a maximum weight of 12 kilograms.
Things that can be delivered are foods, beverages, medicines, clothes, groceries, packages, and documents which are insured up to P2000.
Joyride reminded the public to avoid the following for safety reasons:
- High-value items
- Cakes and pastries
- Prohibited drugs
- Flammable or explosive items
- Suspicious-looking items
- Pets or animals in their parcel due to possible spoilage
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