Sarawak school bus drivers must wear uniforms


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  • Wednesday, 31 Dec 2008

KUCHING: More than 1,000 school bus drivers must now wear a uniform or face a fine of RM300 in Sarawak, believed to be the first state to introduce such a ruling.

The Federation of School Bus Association Sarawak has made it compulsory for the drivers to don the uniform as part of its commitment to ensure safety of schoolchildren.

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