School bus drivers plead for moratorium on vehicle loans
Not knowing how long schools will remain shut, they have run out of funds to keep up with instalment payments.
Copy URLWith schools shut for an extended period, bus operators say the RM2,000 aid from the government for two months is not enough to pay their vehicle loans that typically range from RM1,800 for a new van to RM8,000 for a new van. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 17, 2021.
SCHOOL bus drivers in dire straits want Putrajaya to help them get moratoriums for their vehicle loans now that the full lockdown period has been extended.They said any issuance of moratorium for loans now fall within the purview of financial institutions that come under the Ministry of Finance (MoF).Read more: TheMalaysianInsight »
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