What connects the 7,100 Philippine islands from one another? Transportation can be the easiest tangible answer. Undoubtedly, our access to the extensive transportation system in the Philippines has enriched the profound evolution of our transporting culture. With that, let the byahe, begin.
Mass transportation was first introduced when the Spaniards brought the famous Calesa which are sparingly available nowadays at tourist spots like Intramuros, Manila and Vigan, Ilocos Norte. Later came the creation of iconic Philippine jeepneys from the up-cycled parts of the US Willys Jeepney from World War II, this omnipresent transportation is currently registered at approximately 250,000 vehicles. The versatile Philippine tricycles from the ingenuity of backyard rebuilders and assemblers with millions of it plying across the roads.
Bajaj Three-wheelers may be nowhere near the overwhelming numbers of the customary modes of transportation mentioned yet, but Trimotors will never lose hope in initiating the change in its landscape. It is Trimotors’ vision to continue providing the best products and services to more than 50,000 Filipinos who begun trusting Bajaj Three-wheelers, as well as, to become every Filipinos’ partner in fulfilling their dreams and aspirations. It is currently used as the main mode of land transportation in the cities of Tagaytay, Mati and Siargao. Since the latest release of Bajaj three-wheelers in the country, many entrepreneurs started customizing it for their start-up businesses, the same with courier brands and online marketplace whose been utilizing it for last mile deliveries. This only explains how Bajaj Three-wheelers can be the Bagong Biyahe for every Filipinos.