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One very supportive friend of is an American guy, living in the Philippines as long as we do. And they have become very good friends. Art and his wife Ana recently bought a nice Suzuki Van, because the old Van they had broke down. After showing me the pictures of the turn-over at the Suzuki dealer he wrote me the following letter for publishing on this website:

Hello, My name is Art,

I have been told by many friends in the past months that, when they arrived in the Philippines, they were very disappointed with the Traveling arrangement options available to them. So Ana and I have decided to put our 2015 Suzuki APV Van (we call her Susie) available with our Personal Driver (Rick, seen in the Dealership photo) on a first come, first serve bases.

The Van is available from Metro Manila and surrounding areas (including Airport Pick-up/Drop-Off), to any point on Luzon Island. We are not doing this as a Business Scheme, but to help fill a need, that we had encountered ourselves on occasion here in the Philippines. Taxi Drivers are very hard to deal with in the Metro Area, with MOST not even allowed to take Passengers OUT of the Metro Area! I hope that this is a trend that others will take on to help our fellow ExPats and Visitors have a better experience here in the Philippines.

Car Rentals in the Philippines can range in Rates to more than P18,000 ($400) a week (as one friend found out). And that does not include fuel and Driver. We will charge only based on the number of Passengers, up to 6 guests (will hold 8 people total), 4 with big luggage, three rows of seating, and length of use.

We offer a Van service to/from NAIA, with Professional Driver from anywhere in Metro Manila Area- P2500. And Clark Airport P4500 to/from Metro Manila Area. Fuel & Tolls Included. Also, for visuals and day tours upon request for rates. One couple used our other Van for 3 weeks, opting to keep the Driver & Van with them for their entire visit to Sorsogon, Bicol Region South Luzon.

*NOTE*… Please see our unique “Mother-in-Law” riding location, as Ana demonstrates…HAHAHA.

Thanks for looking, Contact us by email via   van service or

by phone at (Smart) +63 908 86 56 806 (replace +63 with 0 if you are in the Philippines)


Sincerely, Art & Ana

So in short: Are you visiting the Philippines, or living here and in need of a nice Van for a day or longer? Just contact Art or Ana for the possibilities. Do not ask Expatinthephilippines, but contact them. Email and cell phone are mentioned above.

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  • HeyJoe commented on 19 February, 2015 Reply

    But no one takes taxis to the provice. That would would be crazy expensive. They take the bus or jeep. And it’s usually less that p100. Nowhere in the thousands.

    NAIA has millions of taxis that will go out of MM. It’s called “coupon taxi”.

    p2500 for MM is way too much. MM should not cost more than maybe p200.

    How is this not for a profit????

    • Arthur Netteler commented on 21 February, 2015 Reply

      Try using the Services you are quoting with 4-6 people and International Luggage. Also stopping for a couple hours at an SM Mall to do some shopping. Are you going to leave your luggage with a Cab Driver, while you and your friends have lunch/dinner, in a Mall?

  • HeyJoe commented on 19 February, 2015 Reply

    That’s p200 maximum, for private service.

    • Arthur Netteler commented on 21 February, 2015 Reply

      Name the Service that will pick up 4-6 people at NAIA and take them to Quezon City Hall area for P200. You are not telling the truth! Just ask Mark Landau, December 2014, four people 2 adults 2 children paid P3000 for Airport Taxi to drop them at their Hotel on Commonwealth 2km north of Quezon City Hall! The Taxi Driver did not even get out of his seat! (Our Drivers will take care of the moving of your Luggage to the DOOR!!) Airport Taxi was their ONLY option other than the WONDERFUL PHIILLIPINE BUS SERVICES! When was the last time you took the BUSES/MRT/LRT to/from NAIA to Q.C.??

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