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SEREMBAN: Operators of driving institutes are today warned against soliciting bribes to approve public service vehicle (PSV) licence or commercial vehicle licences if they do not want their licence to...
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SEREMBAN: Operators of driving institutes have been warned against soliciting bribes to approve public service vehicle (PSV) licence or commercial vehicle licences if they do not want their licence to...
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Operators of driving institutes are today warned against soliciting bribes to approve public service vehicle (PSV) licence or commercial vehicle licences if they do not want their licence to be revoke...
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SEREMBAN, July 21 — Operators of driving institutes are today warned against soliciting bribes to approve public service vehicle (PSV) licence or commercial vehicle licences if they do not want thei...
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PETALING JAYA: It has been the bane of e-hailing drivers seeking to be licensed.
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SEREMBAN: Commuters have a choice of using the e-hailing services of other companies if they are faced with fare increases, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook.
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SEREMBAN: Commuters have a choice of using the e-hailing services of other companies if they are faced with fare increases, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook.
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LIVE: Transport Minister Anthony Loke's press conference on PSV licence...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Though the time frame for e-hailing drivers to obtain the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence has been extended for another three months from Friday, some e-hailing passengers in Klang ...
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LABUAN: The Sabah Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB) has issued a directive that e-hailing drivers, except those with e-hailing stickers on their vehicles, are no longer allowed to solicit for ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of the e-hailing policy has not been well thought out and is bound to cause nightmares for those involved, Umno Youth said today.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 13): Many users of e-hailing services were forced to look for alternative transportation today following long waiting periods.
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PUTRAJAYA (July 13): E-hailing drivers who have not complied with the condition to obtain the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence, will be allowed to operate for another three months from today, acco...
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KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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PUTRAJAYA: Although e-hailing drivers have been given extra time to get themselves licensed, enforcement towards operators who flout regulations will go on as planned.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) will be entering the e-hailing space by collaborating with four companies to list their members’ transport offerings on their e-hailing apps.
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KOTA KINABALU: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) will take action against e-hailing drivers if they fail to abide by a new ruling barring them from waiting for ride bookings at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA).
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysian E-hailing Drivers Association (MeHDA) president Daryl Chong has lauded the government’s move to allow unlicensed e-hailing drivers to operate for another three months from today.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): Many users of e-hailing services were forced to look for alternative transportation today following long waiting periods.
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Today marked the enforcement of PSV license ruling for e-hailing drivers in Malaysia.
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Cabinet has agreed to allow unlicensed e-hailing drivers to operate for another three months from Friday.This would allow more time for drivers to apply for passenger service vehicle (PSV) licences.Th...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Several e-hailing companies have welcomed the transport ministry’s decision to allow another three months for drivers to obtain their public service vehicle (PSV) licence after the ini...
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PETALING JAYA: Grab Malaysia says it is "truly appreciative" of the Government's announcement to allow unlicensed drivers to continue offering ride-hailing services for another three months until they obtain their passenger service vehicle (PSV) licences.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Cabinet has agreed to allow unlicensed e-hailing drivers to operate for another three months from today.
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Today, July 12, is the deadline for e-hailing drivers to obtain the mandatory Public Service Vehicle (PSV) license to continue to ply the roads, but they have received a reprieve.
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E-hailing drivers will be relieved to know that the deadline for them to obtain their Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licences has been extended by another 3 months from July 12th.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Cabinet here today decided that e-hailing drivers who have yet to obtain a public service vehicle (PSV) license are allowed to operate on the road for the next three months while enforc...
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PUTRAJAYA (July 12): E-hailing drivers who have not complied with the condition to obtain the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence, will be allowed to operate for another three months from today, acco...
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E-hailing drivers who have not complied with the condition to obtain Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licences will be allowed to operate for another three months from today, according to Transport Minist...
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 — Taxi drivers’ group Gabungan Teksi SeMalaysia (GTSM) has urged the Ministry of Transport (MOT) and its minister Anthony Loke to remain firm in enforcing the Public Service ...
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PUTRAJAYA: The government has announced it is allowing e-hailing drivers another three months to obtain their PSV licence, as a deadline passed today which effectively disqualified thousands of driver...
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KOTA KINABALU: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) will take stern action against e-hailing drivers if they fail to abide by a new ruling that bans them from waiting for ride bookings at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) here.
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PUTRAJAYA: Cabinet has agreed to allow unregulated e-hailing drivers to operate for another three months from Friday (July 12).
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The new e-hailing regulation is in full force starting today and it requires all drivers on Grab, MyCar and other e-hailing platforms to possess a PSV licence.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Between 20% to 50% of the 200,000 e-hailing drivers in the country may be driven off the roads as a new public services vehicle (PSV) regulation kicks in today.
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Grab Malaysia is recommending that users plan their booking in advance in order to avoid long waiting times starting from today.
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PETALING JAYA: Plan your journeys, make bookings earlier and ride during off-peak hours – this is the advice given to passengers by e-hailing operators with new rules to be enforced today.
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PETALING JAYA: Grab warned today that new e-hailing regulations may result in fewer active driver-partners and cause fares to go up.
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PETALING JAYA: With the possibility of fewer drivers on the road because of new regulations by the government, users may experience an increase in "dynamic" fares, says ride-hailing company Grab.
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PETALING JAYA: With the possibility of fewer drivers on the road because of new regulations by the government, users may experience an increase in “dynamic” fares, says ride-hailing company Grab.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 11): E-hailing operator Grab has told passengers to brace for longer waiting times from tomorrow, as new e-hailing rules taking effect are expected to reduce the number of driver-pa...
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THIS is my third letter to the press about the difficulties faced by e-hailing drivers due to the uninformed and unplanned decisions made by the Transport Minister.
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In addition to the expected fare increases due to the July 12 deadline for drivers to obtain the mandatory Public Service Vehicle (PSV) license which will result in reduced ride-hailing driver availab...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): E-hailing operator Grab has told its passengers to brace for longer waiting times from July 12, as new e-hailing regulations taking effect are expected to reduce the number of ...
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PETALING JAYA: There have been times when passengers of Siti Fatimah Badrun get a shock when they enter her car.
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From 12th July 2019, the new e-hailing regulation will come into effect and this will require all drivers to register for their PSV licence.
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PETALING JAYA: The government will ensure that the e-hailing fares will remain reasonable despite several e-hailing associations claiming that it is to go up once the July 12 deadline for all e-hailin...
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Grab is expected to raise e-hailing fares from July 12 onwards.
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Anthony Loke, Malaysia’s Transport Minister, recently said that there the government currently has no plans to regulate the fares of ride-sharing service.
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PETALING JAYA: The government has given an assurance it will take measures to ensure e-hailing service fares are “reasonable” after the July 12 deadline for drivers to take the Public Service Vehi...
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PETALING JAYA, July 9 — The government will ensure that the e-hailing fares will remain reasonable despite several e-hailing associations claiming that it is to go up once the July 12 deadline...
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PETALING JAYA (July 9): The government will ensure that the e-hailing fares will remain reasonable despite several e-hailing associations claiming that it is to go up once the July 12 deadline for all...
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PETALING JAYA: There are no plans yet to regulate the fares of e-hailing rides, says Anthony Loke.
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E-hailing services like Grab and (formerly) Uber have become a staple for the everyday Malaysian’s routine, with cheaper fares and reward points proving to be attractive points for commuters in the ...
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Consumers will likely experience higher fares and longer waiting time for e-hailing services after the July 12 deadline for drivers to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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PETALING JAYA: Higher fares and longer waiting time for e-hailing services are on the cards as the number of drivers dwindle by the July 12 deadline for them to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) l...
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Regulars of ride-hailing services like Grab are in for a bit of a shock this weekend, as fares and wait times are set to increase considerably come July 12, according to a report from The Star.
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You’ve probably already heard that e-hailing drivers will have to have a Personal Service Vehicle (PSV) license to operate after 12 July.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 — Several e-hailing companies have cautioned passengers to expect to pay higher rates and longer wait times for rides starting July 12 when the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) dead...
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PETALING JAYA: Higher fares and longer waiting time for e-hailing services are on the cards as the number of drivers dwindle by the July 12 deadline for them to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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Transport Minister Anthony Loke has rubbished claims that the public servicevehicle (PSV) licence exam is difficult.Loke said he was able to score 82% evenwithout attending any courses.Starting July 1...
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FRESH from the controversy over the car plates of “TMJ” and “RZ”, Transport Minister Anthony Loke has avoided further questions from the press on the issue, sticking to his reply from the day before.
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The transport ministry says that there will be no change in the policies regarding ride-hailing services, and those in the industry must abide by the rules and regulations that have been set for it.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 — The implementation of the policy to oblige all e-hailing drivers to sit for the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence test will not cause the service fare to change abruptly.
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Anthony Loke Siew Fook – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of the policy to oblige all e-hailing drivers to sit for the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) license test will not cause th...
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Transport minister Anthony Loke brushed off claims that e-hailing prices will go upfollowing the need for its drivers to obtain public service vehicle (PSV) licenses.Hesaid e-hailing companies underst...
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Transport Minister Anthony Loke on Tuesday said some 62% out of 16,338 drivers passed the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) e-hailing theory licensing test ahead of the July 12 deadline.He added that each ...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The transport ministry today denied claims by the Grab Drivers Malaysia Association (GDMA) of low passing rates for those sitting for the public service vehicle (PSV) licence test.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Some 62% out of 16,338 drivers have passed the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) e-hailing theory licensing test ahead of the July 12 deadline, says Anthony Loke.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Some 62% out of 16,338 drivers have passed the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) e-hailing theory licensing test ahead of the July 12 deadline, says Anthony Loke.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 — Transport Minister Anthony Loke refuted today the Grab Drivers Malaysia Association’s claim that as few as one in 10 e-hailing drivers managed to pass the Public Service Veh...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): Around 62% of public service vehicle (PSV) licence applicants between April and June have obtained the licence ahead of the July 12 deadline, says Transport Minister Anthony Lok...
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PUTRAJAYA: The attendance of e-hailing drivers with special needs (OKU) at a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licensing test today was very encouraging, with 256 out of 367 registered drivers turning up.
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PETALING JAYA: Members of the disabled community who drive for e-hailing services say they have been dealt a blow with the government decision requiring all e-hailing drivers to obtain a Public Servic...
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TWO events that may be considered revolutionary in the recent history of Malaysia’s transport sector were the establishment of low-cost carriers, starting with the AirAsia Group back in 2002, and th...
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There are many unknown facets to a Grab driver’s daily job, including navigating a semi-confusing incentive system, attaining a PSV license, and of course, handling a colourful variety of passengers...
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PUTRAJAYA: A group of disabled drivers have submitted a memorandum to the Ministry of Transport, asking for equal opportunity to provide e-hailing services.
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PUTRAJAYA: Disabled e-hailing drivers today accused the transport ministry of discriminating against them in their efforts to obtain a public service vehicle (PSV) licence ahead of the government’s ...
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KUALA LUMPUR (June 27): Icon Offshore Bhd says its wholly-owned subsidiary Icon Ship Management Sdn Bhd (ISM) as been slapped with a lawsuit for breach of contract in relation to the construction of a...
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PUTRAJAYA: A group of disabled drivers have submitted a memorandum to the Ministry of Transport, asking for equal opportunity to provide e-hailing services.
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TWO events that may be considered revolutionary in the recent history of Malaysia’s transport sector were the establishment of low-cost carriers, starting with the AirAsia Group back in 2002, and th...
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As the 12 July deadline for all e-hailing drivers to take obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) license looms closer, ride-sharing services are expected to lose approximately 50% of its drivers once t...
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PUTRAJAYA: A special programme taking effect on June 14 will be conducted for the existing 367 special needs (OKU) e-hailing drivers in the country to enable them to receive the necessary licences ear...
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PETALING JAYA: At least 50% of e-hailing drivers will “fall out” by the July 12 deadline for them to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence, according to their representative bodies.
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PUTRAJAYA: Online bidding for Kuala Lumpur’s newest series, the “VDN” plate numbers, will open on June 21.
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The government will have a special programme for the disabled (OKU) to obtain a public service vehicle (PSV) license, which will allow them to be legal e-hailing drivers.
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PUTRAJAYA, June 14 ― A special programme taking effect today will be conducted for the existing 367 special needs (OKU) e-hailing drivers in the country to enable them to receive the necessary licen...
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Back in April, Grab announced that it would implement facial recognition technology into its app.
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I HAVE been following the development of e-hailing regulations (e-hailing drivers are required to go through the same permit process as taxi drivers soon) and applaud the Transport Minister’s decisi...
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SUBANG JAYA: The government has been urged to look into the new system for e-hailing drivers, especially special-needs (OKU) drivers and the regulation of fares.
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 24): The Malaysia E-Hailing Drivers Association (MeHDA) believes claims of e-hailing drivers facing issues in obtaining their Public Service Vehicle licence (PSV) are mere excuses to...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia E-Hailing Drivers Association (Mehda) believes claims that e-hailing drivers are facing issues in obtaining their Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence are mere excuses to de...
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KUALA LUMPUR: There will not be a ceiling price for domestic airfare tickets during the festive season, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook.
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PETALING JAYA: Two groups representing hundreds of taxi drivers have hit out at the transport ministry for allowing e-hailing drivers to apply for the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence online, sayi...
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 21): Big Blue Taxi Facilities Sdn Bhd is disputing the Ministry of Transport (MoT)'s call that e-hailing vehicle drivers be given the flexibility to take the Public Transport Vehicle...
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KUALA LUMPUR, May 21 — Big Blue Taxi Facilities Sdn Bhd is disputing the Transport Ministry’s call that e-hailing vehicle drivers be given the flexibility to take the Public Transport Vehicle (PSV...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government has made the option available for e-hailing drivers to take the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) course electronically as they work towards getting their PSV licence by July 12.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Transport is willing to make it easier for e-hailing drivers to clock in the six hours of course time required to obtain a Public Transport Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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In conjunction with the new e-hailing regulations set to go into effect on 12 July this year, many Malaysian drivers under ride-hailing services such as Grab will be required to take undergo Personal ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, May 17 ― The government now allows e-hailing operators and their drivers to conduct the public service vehicle (PSV) classes electronically.