Fellow Malaysian Neil shared his horrifying experience when he decided to take a GrabCar home one day.
With much frustration, he shared his post on Facebook, writing:
“All these while, I’ve only heard stories and saw picture but now, I’m experiencing it myself. It happened in KLCC. Should they do this to a GrabCar driver? [Insert cuss words here] taxi drivers.”
“Hey! The stone almost hit me. The glass almost entered my eye. Are you going to pay for my medical fees if anything happened to me?” he wrote, aimed towards the rude taxi driver who decided to throw a stone at the car’s window, shattering the glass.
“I pray that whoever [insert more cuss words here] threw that stone will be cursed seven generations of suffering.”
“Come on la. We are all looking to earn a living. Don’t hate.
Seriously. I’m bleeding but my heart hurts even more. I pity the GrabCar driver. He kept his cool and didn’t even worry about his vehicle. Instead, he was more worried for me who was bleeding.
This should be an example for other taxi drivers, UBER or even GrabCar. To always put passengers first.”
A recent SPAD statistics showed that a shocking 80% of Malaysians favoured Grab and UBER.
SPAD chairman Tan Sri Syed Hamid Syed Albar said the commission completed its online survey launched last year and it revealed that accessibility was the main factor Malaysians chose to use their services.
We are pretty sure some taxi drivers’ attitude are also a reason for it.
“I would not consider this as ‘ride sharing’; I prefer to see it as ‘e-hailing’ as ride sharing has got it own problems. We have looked into it and we will submit all of our views on how we should tackle this issue to the government.”
He also stressed that the taxi issues of the country must be address and tackled as soon as possible before it got even more out of hand. As if it’s not already.
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