The ride-hailing company received its licence this month.
The Transport Minister said the government currently has no plans to set a floor price for e-hailing fares.
The company allowed vehicles to operate without an e-hailing vehicle permit (EVP).
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For now, it's a trial service and only operates in Wangsa Maju and Alam Megah, Shah Alam.
Drivers will receive better compensation during peak hours and traffic jams due to a new fare structure that Grab has implemented.
It’s not a coupon or discount and you might have to wait a little longer, but at least you’ll save some money.
The company will be expanding to more tourist destinations in Sabah and drivers get to choose to become full-timers with a base salary of RM3,500.
Local taxi driver wants a local government run e-hailing service.
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