Thursday, December 29, 2016

Contract Expiring Soon Uber driver / GrabCar Non-Compliant Systems 'E-Hailing' - SPAD

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Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar
PETALING JAYA: Immediately terminate the contract drivers who reject the rules, thus firmly Chairman of the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Albar.

He thus called for service companies 'e-hailing', Uber and GrabCar to take immediate action against drivers who break the rules and do not comply with the prescribed system.

Syed Hamid said the two companies concerned should immediately terminate the contract drivers involved even have agreed with the conditions set when registering.

"I think people like this should be revoked or GrabCar work with Uber.

"We will bring the Uber and GrabCar to make sure they adhere to the 'e-hailing', if not they should cancel the contract drivers like this," he told.

He was commenting on The Star Online's exposure group action Uber driver / Grab that could be considered like a caterpillar to get passengers at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and klia2 for a tidy profit.

The news portal group named this driver as a 'chameleon' to differentiate it from the caterpillars' existing, in accordance with animal nature, which often vary according to the environment.

Syed Hamid said, should all parties involved, whether the company e-hailing or driver should respect the flexibility provided by the government to continue to operate.

"Strange as there is in default even though we had been quite flexible with them while the law has not been amended to implement regulation.

"Actually, they have not been able to operate but as already announced by the government approves it, so we allowed, but they must follow the system," he said.

Syed Hamid said, what is happening is totally contrary to the concept of e-hailing practiced worldwide.

"They can not take passengers from the road, it is provided that only take passengers through the application on the phone.

"I saw this thing in other places not so, only in Malaysia, there is a e-hailing when they do that anyway, it is contrary to the e-hailing, Malaysia must have a culture of law-abiding," he said.

Based on the review, greed activities 'chameleon', in addition to the existing worm, a daily income of between taxi drivers KLIA affected about 50 per cent.

The company also estimated Uber and Grab 'miss' a commission when the driver is registered with the deadly status they act as a driver who was on duty as soon as the customer, even before the name of the two companies was used to 'lure' attention 'victim'.

Up to press time, Uber and Grab have yet to make any comment or reaction related to this issue.

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