Shortage of drivers driving up e-hailing fares


Noel Achariam

Grab Drivers Malaysia Association says high passenger demand, heavy traffic and a shortage of drivers are pushing e-hailing fares up. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 6, 2022.

HIGH passenger demand, heavy traffic and a shortage of drivers are pushing e-hailing fares up, Grab Drivers Malaysia Association (GDMA) said. 

GDMA president Arif Asyraf Ali said fares are not controlled because of the dynamic fare structure and open market system.


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