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Puspakom gets association’s support in getting rid of touts

CAR dealers in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur have given Puspakom their full backing in its bid to weed out touts from inspection centres.

Metro News

CPO: Touts can be charged for being a public nuisance

JOHOR BARU: Parking touts, who are mushrooming in the city centre and asking for payment from motorists, can be arrested by the police for being a public nuisance, said Johor police chief Comm Datuk Mohd Khalil Kader Mohd.

Community

Touts in Banda Hilir are unlawfully soliciting parking fees

MALACCA: Labelled as Banda Hilir's 'gypsies', a group of touts are marring the image of the city as Malaysia's top tourist destination.

Letters

Long arm of the law can finally catch up with touts, pirate taxis

The public should be happy that the Transport Ministry is introducing changes to deal with illegal taxi operators and touts who have been fleecing passengers for years without fear of reprisal.

Nation

Puspakom bans touts

From Sept 1, touts and third parties are banned from driving commercial vehicles to Puspakom inspection centres nationwide.

Nation

Six held in first swoop of touts operating in KLIA

Six people were arrested in the first swoop of touts at KL International Airport now that an amendment to the Road Transport 1987 has been gazetted.

Community

Airport cabbies hard hit by touts

TAXI touts are now going aboutluring passengers discreetly atboth the Low-Cost CarrierTerminal (LCCT) and the KLIA mainterminal in Sepang.

Nation

Board: Gazette bus terminals to check touts

Bus terminals should be gazetted to curb the activities of touts, said the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB).

Community

Taxi touts mar country’s image

From SITI SHAFIAH ABDUL RAHIM of Shah Alam.

Nation

Undercover JPJ officers nab six taxi touts at Penang airport

GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): Wily Penang Road Transport Department (JPJ) enforcement personnel who masqueraded as passengers since February resulted in the detentions of six men suspected to be taxi touts at the Penang International Airport (PIA) to date.