Follow new rules at KK airport

first_img Nation 07 May 2019 Loke: E-hailing drivers don’t have to change status of vehicles to e-hailing private vehicles Related News Related News Only three e-hailing operators are currently recognised by the Sabah Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (LPKP), namely Grab, MyCar and Borride.“Drivers must obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence and display the e-hailing stickers on their cars. “They are not allowed to pick up passengers from KKIA if they fail to display the stickers, and will be issued with a summons,” Sadim told reporters.Related stories:‘Mighty painful’ on the wallet and clock for someDrivers given extra timeMATTA members’ vehicles on e-hailing appsThree-month extension a breather for drivers Nation 02 Jul 2019 Rules on e-hailing drivers to remain, says Lokecenter_img Reports by JOSEPH KAOS Jr, ALLISON LAI, CLARISSA CHUNG, NATASHA JOIBI and ILI AQILAH KOTA KINABALU: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) will take action against e-hailing drivers if they fail to abide by a new ruling barring them from waiting for ride bookings at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA).The ruling, effective yesterday, requires e-hailing drivers to instead wait at a reserved staging area in Terminal 2 if they want to receive bookings from passengers at KKIA, located 6km away. Sabah JPJ director Sadim Abdul said those who failed to comply with the new rule could be served with a summons ranging from RM150 to RM300. {{category}} {{time}} {{title}} Airlines 09 Jul 2019 AirAsia receives most air traffic rights approvals from MavComlast_img