Good news, commuters! Angkas is officially back in business!
This motorcycle ride-hailing firm is resuming operations after almost a year when the LTFRB suspended their business in violation of Republic Act No. 4136 or the Land Transportation and Traffic Code.
Angkas was given a preliminary injunction by the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court, which stopped the government from impeding its operations whether directly or indirectly.
The excitement about this news overflowed that even the official twitter account of Angkas tweeted, “Please give us time to adjust, alam namin excited kayo.”
“We’ll try to get more bikers to serve you all! #AngkasIsBack,” they added.
Guys, we're a little shookt. Please give us time to adjust, alam namin excited kayo. Konting patience muna, mga mumsh, we'll try to get more bikers to serve you all! #AngkasIsBack
— Angkas (@angkas) September 6, 2018
As of now, Angkas is allowed thirty days to conduct its motorcycle ride-hailing business freely, while waiting for the release of the final ruling of their case.
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