KUALA LUMPUR, 24 March 2023:
Maxim e-hailing and a number of driving schools in Malaysia have forged a strategic partnership to help its e-hailing partner-drivers who would like to get PSV (public service vehicle) licence.
In a statement, Maxim said the strategic partnership had been formed with at least 21 driving schools located throughout Malaysia – from Sungai Petani Kedah, Kuantan, Melaka until the city of Labuan, Sabah.
“Partner-drivers can get access to the nearest driving school through the Taxsee Driver application.
“for the welfare of our partner-drivers, Maxim Malaysia reimburses the cost of PSV for our partner-drivers so that they are not financially burdened in order to bear the cost of PSV.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for us to support our partner-drivers financially so that it will encourage the partner-drivers to remain financially stable and support their families.”
Present in 18 countries, the Maxim mobile app is not only focused on e-hailing – the services have diversified into parcel courier, towing, jump start, cargo and food delivery.