How to report an overcharging taxi driver

By: Michelle Joy L. Padayhag March 10,2015 - 08:57 AM
LTFRB 7 head Reynaldo Elnar Chief places a  sticker notice on the P10 flag down rollback on the dashboard of a taxi at SM City‘s parking lot. Will passengers assert their right now? (CDN PHOTO/LITO TECSON)

LTFRB 7 head Reynaldo Elnar Chief places a sticker notice on the P10 flag down rollback on the dashboard of a taxi at SM City‘s parking lot. Will passengers assert their right now?
(CDN PHOTO/LITO TECSON)

1. Note the taxi’s body number or plate number
2. Call the hotline of LTFRB-7   231-6221
3. Or visit the complaints desk of the LTFRB office in North Reclamation Area, Cebu City
4. LTFRB will call the taxi operator and driver to ask their side.
5. If the offense is admitted, an Inspection Report Summons (IRS) will be issued for ”overcharging and fines will be imposed on the driver and operator.
6. If the driver denies the charge, LTFRB will inform the complainant and  set a hearing for all parties.

— Interview with LTFRB-7 OIC Reynaldo Elnar

 

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