The national midterm elections are fast approaching, and it gives us Filipinos a time to reflect on our country’s future and to make our voices heard at the polls. To help voters make better choices, Grab Philippines, together with the Commission on Elections, launched the #OneDestination campaign.

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After helping spread the word on the importance of voting by fostering discussions online and displaying stickers and flyers on select Grab cars, Grab will offer voters in Metro Manila and Cebu who ride on May 13 a P50 discount with the discount code ONEDESTINATION.

GrabCar units will be more than mere vehicles of transportation, but vehicles for educating our voters on how to be better informed and guided come election day,” says Grab Philippines president Brian Cu. “We will also engage our social media influencers and partners to help disseminate these vital information to the voters and help create an atmosphere of discussion, vigilance, and awareness.

These elections are an important time in our country’s history, so if you want to take part, keep in mind that you can avail of a cheaper Grab ride on your way to the polls.

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This story originally appeared on Topgear.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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