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Government to give RM500 one-off payments to help e-hailing drivers

Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has just announced an updated version of the Economic Stimulus Package or "Prihatin" as he prefers...

E-hailing drivers won’t be excluded from upcoming stimulus package, says MOT

A second economic stimulus package is due to be announced tomorrow and Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has reportedly assured that...

Tired of Grab? Here are 4 other alternatives you can opt for

Ever since the acquisition of the Uber operations in South East Asia back in March 2018, Grab has been ubiquitous in the...

Grab says 27% of its drivers are now licensed

Ever since Grab drivers were required to acquire the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) license at the beginning of 2019 at the cost...

Grab is going to charge you RM3 for cancelling your ride

Grab has just announced that they have updated their cancellation policy where customers will be charged a minimal fee when they cancel a ride.

Toyota’s Total-care Service targets ultra-efficient vehicle maintenance for Grab

In June 2018, Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) invested US$1 billion into Grab, the regions leading O2O mobile platform, to transform the Japanese automaker into...

Hyundai and Kia to invest an additional USD250 million in Grab

It's not only that, the deal will also see the Korean giants establish a partnership with Grab to spearhead electric vehicle (EV) programmes across...

Windfall for Grab drivers in the Proton Wealth on Wheels Challenge

In a bid to prove just how rewarding it is for Grab drivers to use Proton cars as their revenue-generating ‘partners’, Proton Edar organised...

Toyota invests US$1 billion into Grab, accelerates development in mobility services

After acquiring Uber’s Southeast Asia operations early this year, Grab has announced that it has reached an agreement with Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) to...

Can ride-hailing companies finally be profitable by eliminating its drivers?

While it's clear that companies like Uber, Grab and Lyft are aggressively expanding and changing the way of modern mobility, it's also no secret...

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