November 09, 2019 5:00 AMFood delivery riders are relieved that the authorities will help them switch to alternative modes of transport with the aid o
Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain

Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain

Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain

Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain

Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain

Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain
Relief for delivery riders after trade-in grant, but some concerns remain
  • 2019-11-08 21:50:26 13 days ago
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  • By: straitstimes.com
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Food delivery riders are relieved that the authorities will help them switch to alternative modes of transport with the aid of a grant.

Many told The Straits Times yesterday that they plan to trade in their e-scooters for a power-assisted bicycle, or e-bike.

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