E-hailing firms advise passengers to prepare for new rules


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  • Friday, 12 Jul 2019

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.

The operators expect fewer e-hailing drivers on the road from today, and said passengers have been given “notice” in order not to be caught unprepared.

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