With new e-hailing rules set to come into effect tomorrow, Grab says customers may experience longer waiting times and more frequent dynamic pricing.
Grab says those who are used to waiting for five minutes may now have to wait for 10 minutes.
“When there are more people booking than the number of driver-partners available in an area during peak hours, rainy weather, or in more secluded places, prices go up,” it said in a statement on its website.
“However, with the possibility of fewer drivers on the road, you may experience an increase in dynamic fares, especially during peak hours and rainy weather,” the statement said.
The government had set tomorrow for all e-hailing drivers to apply for a PSV licence, which is also required for taxi drivers.
The estimated cost to complete the requirements is RM800.Read more: Free Malaysia Today
Grab warns of increase in fares with new regulationPETALING 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 . Fare already incresed significantly when they bought over strong competitor Uber. Now another excuse to raise fare. I say BOYCOTT GRAB! Hope the proud Minister anthonyloke & MOTMalaysia will be proud of themselves as they managed to bring huge inconvenience to people and drivers. Bravo pakatanharapan_ as so far you guys have managed to screw up people and Malaysia as much as you can. So much for new govt? Another monopoly turn bully.
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Pengguna Grab berdepan kesukaranKualaLumpur Pengguna e-hailing bakal berdepan masalah kenaikan kadar tambang khususnya waktu puncak dan tempoh menunggu lebih lama berikutan penguatkuasaan peraturan baharu perkhidmatan itu mulai esok. Salahkan menteri MOT & semua angkatan Kerajaan yang semasa jadi pembangkang dlu 'semua utk rakyat' tp bila dah bkuasa 'terus menindas rakyat' Ini lah hasil daripada keputusan krg bijak kerajaan..org buat grab part time aje utk tmbh pendapatan lps keje..ni boleh lak suh amik PSV mcm pemandu teksi..
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