We give you the top three reasons why private-hire drivers are more prone to getting into accidents.
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It is first taxi operator to sell the fuel, which is priced lower than at commercial pumps.
Having to fork out five times the normal taxi fare – or in the case of displaced train commuters, 80 times their usual MRT fare – is not something anyone relishes.
Uber and ComfortDelGro’s new ride-hailing option that uses surge pricing makes its debut.
Private-hire car drivers are a likely reason why Singapore’s petrol consumption is on the rise, despite the vehicle population shrinking, say experts.
Singapore is set to consume a record 6,453,600 barrels of petrol this year, according to oil industry data.
Five other taxi firms already offer dynamic pricing for bookings made with Grab app.
Faced with competition from private-hire firms, taxi operators threw in their lot with these operators that threatened to eclipse them.
Grab asked its rental fleet partners to install trackers in cars which will be used to collect data to generate daily reports of drivers.
Our consulting editor explains why there are more private-hire services than meets the eye, and why that is bad news for Singapore’s “car-lite” goal.