Rules on e-hailing drivers to remain, says Loke


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 02 Jul 2019

Moving into the future: Loke (in blue suit) with participants of the special PSV licence programme for disabled e-hailing drivers in Putrajaya.

PUTRAJAYA: The rules and regulations imposed on e-hailing drivers will remain in place, says Anthony Loke.

The Transport Minister said the government did not introduce the new procedures such as a compulsory Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence for e-hailing drivers to make life difficult for them.

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