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Sabah Grab drivers fear for safety after colleague is murdered

As police reveal that two men have confessed to the robbery-cum-murder, fellow drivers call for better safety measures.

Uber, Lyft to offer drivers shares in stock market listing

Uber Technologies was reportedly planning such awards for a 'significant' portion of its 3 million drivers.

Grab drivers cannot wait for passengers at airports, says RTD

RTD says this follows amendments to the law, but it is unclear if Grab drivers can pick up a passenger who hails a ride using an online App at the airport.

Taxi drivers warned not to violate Peaceful Assembly Act

Police issue warning following a rally planned for next Wednesday by taxi drivers objecting to the e-hailing service.

E-hailing, taxi drivers must register with Socso from Nov 1

Human resources ministry is proposing that drivers show proof they are contributing to sceheme when renewing their licence.

Road safety: Time to stop talking and start acting

It's useless to call for an audit of vehicles and drivers after a major accident as people will forget about it in two or three weeks' time and the cycle will repeat itself.

Uber glitch leaves drivers unpaid and frustrated

An Uber spokesperson said the company has identified an issue with its "Instant Pay" feature and that drivers will be paid.

China’s Didi imposes strict driver requirements for late-night rides

Didi and other ride-hailing firms are currently under heavy scrutiny from the Chinese government, which has pledged to scrub the industry of vehicles and drivers that fail to meet safety standards by the end of 2018.

Denmark slaps massive fines on ex-Uber drivers

Launched in Copenhagen in October 2014, Uber pulled the brake on its services in April 2017 after the Danish parliament adopted new taxi laws requiring mandatory fare meters in cabs and seat occupancy detectors to activate the airbags.

Uber crash was not Volvo’s fault

It is best to continue the development of the self-drive car, while continuing to educate drivers on how to be more alert behind the wheel.

Plenty of driver interest in Haas F1 team, says Steiner

Haas are expected to make changes to their driver roster in the 2019 Formula One season.

London taxi drivers plot to sue Uber for £1.25 billion

The Licensed Taxi Drivers’ Association confirmed it was discussing a suit with its lawyers.

Amazon wants to foster small independent delivery fleets

Amazon will offer incentives to entice entrepreneurs to set up their own small package-delivery businesses.

Prolintas offers 10% toll discount on polling day

The expressways under Prolintas are the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway, Guthrie Corridor Expressway, Lebuhraya Kemuning-Shah Alam and Kajang SILK Highway.

10 problems with Malaysian motorcyclists

Because they're every local driver's pet peeve.

Are we on the brink of a serious bus fire tragedy?

Although most of those involved in recent bus fires escaped unharmed, we may not always be as lucky.

Indonesian motorcycle taxi drivers protest low online tariffs

The drivers are seeking a standard fare of 3,000 to 4,000 rupiah per kilometre.

Denmark hits nearly 1,200 former Uber drivers with additional tax

The Uber drivers will now be required to pay pay an additional 11.3 million kroner in taxes for 2014 and 2015.

Why Socso’s social security net plan is being ignored

It looks like Socso did not do its homework before introducing the Self-Employment Social Security Act 2017 on taxi and e-hailing drivers.

Only 5% of taxi, e-hailing drivers registered with Socso

Only 3,300 drivers nationwide have signed up to contribute to the Self-Employed Employment Injury Scheme.

Vettel quickest as F1 testing resumes in Spain

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel delivered the fastest time in Formula One testing on Tuesday as warmer conditions greeted drivers in Barcelona following last week's snow-hit sessions.

Tian Chua: Why see cabbies’ demands as a threat?

PKR vice-president says it is normal for voters to make demands in the hope of getting a solution to their problems.

13 bus drivers test positive for drugs

This is more than the six cases reported in 2015 and five in 2014 during the Aidilfitri holiday season.

Implement No Fault Liability scheme, not detariffication

Instead of detariffication, which will penalise good drivers, Bank Negara should introduce the NFL scheme which will cost only a fraction of most motor insurance policies.

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