Sanya Municipal Government has approved a plan for the city to purchase 200 new cars for its taxi-hailing service by the end of this year.

In recent years, taxi-hailing apps such as Didi Dache, Uber, and Shenzhou have become extremely popular. However, unlicensed private cars, safety concerns and other problems have arisen due to a lack of supervision.

In order to meet the increasing demand for a taxi service, 200 new cars, most of which are medium- to high-class vehicles, are planned to hit the road by year’s end.

At present, three taxi companies granted with business licenses are discussing further implementation of vehicles purchased, differing operating schemes and altered charging plans.
Different from a regular taxi, the taxi-hailing service takes orders only by telephone or on mobile phone apps, with a higher cost. Unlike the on-call taxis operated by Didi and Kuaiche, the first batch of 200 cars is permitted to operation by certificates issued by the local traffic department.



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