Beyond a shadow of a doubt, drive with Smove if you can’t find a relief partner. It can be challenging to keep up with the planned schedule when you’re a uni student, as there are school commitments that you’ll have to consider.
I discourage leasing a vehicle for three months as you have not experienced PH driving. The convenience of a car is a pleasant thought but the financial commitment is a burden. PM me if you want me to assist you
I just got my pdvl and would like to drive part time. I was wondering what the best rental options for me are.
I will roughly be driving from:
Tuesday 6am to 9pm with about 2hr break - 13hr
Wednesday 6am to 9pm with about 2hr break - 13hr
Thursday 9pm to 12am - 3hr
Friday 7am to 11am, 5pm to 7pm and 11pm to 1am - 8hr
Saturday 9am to 12pm and 11pm to 1am - 5hr
Sunday 9am to 12pm and 9pm to 12am - 6hr
So total about 48hr per week
The options i know of are
1) toyota vios 3 month rental - 55 a day
2) relief driver
3) smoove or tribecar
Im looking to make about 1 to 2k a month for pocket money. I am still studying in Uni.
2nd that. If he she is studying full-time in the local uni, should concentrate get good grades. It's not a secret the FT students are winning the sinkie students by miles in grades. Else find internship also better
Thanks for ur replies!
This is my last semester and I already have a full time job from my internship at graduation. Also, I only have 3 easy modules this semester so i do have the time and energy to drive. This is just to make some pocket money to pay my school fees of 5000 and to make some pocket money.
For me its more about the flexible hours. As a previous poster said, we have assignments and projects, sometimes need to last minute chiong projects cuz groupmate is an idiot. Part time work's schedule cannot easily be changed once scheduled. Hence, for me its less about the money and more about the flexibility.
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