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Motorcycle ride-hailing app Angkas on Wednesday reminded its riders to be courteous and respectful if apprehended by authorities.
'In fact, we have instructed our bikers to comply with the authorities should they be apprehended and always be courteous and respectful of the officers,' he added.
"Be courteous to your employer kasi sila 'yan nagbayad ng sweldo natin (because they are the ones paying for our salary).
A survey published last week for Continental Tyres found that 27 per cent of people make an effort to be courteous to people in the same make and model of car as them.
<The salesclerks were trained to be courteous always.>
Only 26% of car drivers let other vehicles out at busy junctions, with women three times more likely to be courteous in this respect than men;
Only 26 per cent of car drivers let other vehicles out at busy junctions, with women three times more likely to be courteous in this respect than men;
nonprofessional), customers expect service providers to be courteous. Usually, most conversations begin or end with a courtesy expression and include some form of personal connection content.
But toward persons one should, in addition, be courteous and accommodating.
Those who are given authority must strive to be courteous if they expect to use their power effectively.
Duterte also told government officials and employees in the bureaucracy to shape up and be courteous to the public.
"If they could just be courteous and keep the speed down they would be the best drivers in the country."