A survey has found that 51 percent of e-hailing service drivers are making less than a year before, according to a survey commissioned by DAP.
Forty percent of respondents said they were unsure whether there was a difference while only three percent believed that they were making more this year.
The survey involved 297 respondents who were recruited to fill in the online questionnaire.
DAP researcher Ong Kiang Ming said that the results of the survey showed that driving for Uber and Grab may not be as lucrative as people think.
The most prominent complaint by respondents, said Ong, was the commission rates charged by the two companies...