Tow truckers being kept busy during the rainy season

JOHOR BARU: Tow truckers in Johor, especially those operating in flood-affected districts, have seen a slight increase in the number of vehicles they have to attend to in the past week.

Tow trucker Chin Ting Wee, 43, said that there has been an increase of about 20% in the number of cars he and his colleagues attend to.

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